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Toronto wins, will host Sounders in MLS Cup

Posted on by SPNW Staff

Toronto FC defeated the Montreal Impact in extra time in the second leg of the MLS Eastern Conference finals Wednesday. Toronto will host the Seattle Sounders Dec. 10 for the MLS Cup.

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Game recap: Horned Frogs 86, Huskies 71

Posted on by SPNW Staff Posted in Basketball, NCAA, Pac-12, University of Washington | 5 Comments
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Thiel: Super Bowl hangover staggers Panthers

Posted on by Art Thiel

Teams with a vivid rivalry are more concerned this week with their own vulnerabilities than the caliber of the opponent. Seahawks shook up the O-line by making Bradley Sowell the starting right tackle.

Posted in Football, NFL, Seattle Seahawks, Weekly Roundup | 10 Comments

Seattle, city of . . . well, um, champions?

Posted on by Art Thiel

The Sounders are a win away from a national championship, the Huskies are a win away from a Pac-12 title and a bid for a national crown. Will we be overdosing on sports success?

Posted in Football, MLS, Pac-12, Seattle Sounders, Soccer, University of Washington, Weekly Roundup | 33 Comments

Huskies land key No. 4 spot in CFP rankings

Posted on by Steve Rudman

Washington advanced one spot to No. 4 in the new College Football Playoff rankings, clearing a path to the national semifinals if the Huskies defeat Colorado Friday night.

Posted in Football, Pac-12, University of Washington, Weekly Roundup | 2 Comments

9 Huskies, 2 Cougars make first-team All-Pac-12

Posted on by SPNW Staff

A record nine Washington Huskies and a pair of WSU Cougars were named to the All-Pac-12 first team Tuesday. UW’s Jake Browning earned Offensive Player of the Year.

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Seahawks vow fixes after debacle in Tampa

Posted on by Steve Rudman

The Seahawks put up a brave front after losing to Tampa Bay Sunday and vowed to rectify their issues, which were numerous, especially in a historically bad passing performance.

Posted in Football, NFL, Seattle Seahawks, Weekly Roundup | 12 Comments

Mariners trade former top pick for two pitchers

Posted on by SPNW Staff Posted in Baseball, MLB, Seattle Mariners | 4 Comments

Carroll grows weary of Seahawks’ O-line queries

Posted on by Art Thiel

Pete Carroll grew sufficiently weary of question about the offensive line that he asked to move on. But when the line gave up 20 pressures and produced 3 points, it’s hard avoid to the room’s elephant.

Posted in Football, NFL, Seattle Seahawks, Weekly Roundup | 5 Comments

If Huskies win, Petersen confident about final 4

Posted on by Art Thiel

If his Huskies defeat Colorado for the Pac-12 title Friday in Santa Clara, CA., Washington coach Chris Petersen trusts that his team will be included in the college football playoffs.

Posted in Football, Pac-12, University of Washington, Weekly Roundup | 12 Comments ← Older posts