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Thiel: Is Sherman showing us a Voldemort side?

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Seahawks CB Richard Sherman confounded fans and media Monday in an interview in which he said no one cares about the truth anymore, then made up stuff to make his point. What?

Posted in Football, NFL, Seattle Seahawks, Weekly Roundup | 20 Comments

Broncos tap Huskies aide Strausser to coach OL

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Huskies’ Plum selected Pac-12 Player of Year

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Following Giuilana Mendiola in 2002-03, Kelsey Plum is the Huskies’ second player to be named Pac-12 women’s Player of the Year. She and teammate Chantel Osahor are on the 15-member all-conference team.

Posted in Basketball, NCAA, Pac-12, University of Washington | 7 Comments

Huskies finish 3rd, open Pac-12 tourney Friday

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The Huskies are seeded third in the Pac-12 Conference women’s tourney that begins Thursday at KeyArena. Washington opens Friday against the winner of the Oregon-Arizona match.

Posted in Basketball, NCAA, Pac-12, University of Washington, Weekly Roundup | 9 Comments

After loss, Gonzaga falls to 4th in AP hoops poll

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Thiel: ‘Whatever it takes.’ Do the Mariners know?

Posted on by Art Thiel

The Mariners have adopted an in-house slogan, “Whatever It Takes.” How would they know? It’s been 15 years since the playoffs. But it’s OK as long they’re not using PEDs, and Jerry Dipoto avoids it.

Posted in Baseball, MLB, Seattle Mariners, Weekly Roundup | 20 Comments

Game recap: Cougars 79, Huskies 71

Posted on by SPNW Staff Posted in Basketball, NCAA, Pac-12, University of Washington, Washington State University | 6 Comments

Plum scores 57, sets NCAA all-time career mark

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With a lefty runner in the lane and four minutes remaining Saturday at Hec Ed against Utah, Washington’s Kelsey Plum became the NCAA career scoring leader, finishing with 57 points.

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Seahawks receive two compensatory draft picks

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As a result of losing four primary free agents in March, while adding two, the Seahawks received two compensatory picks Friday in the 2017 draft. Seattle has eight draft picks.

Posted in Football, NFL, Seattle Seahawks, Weekly Roundup | 4 Comments

Thiel: Seahawks could use a little grizzle in ’17

Posted on by Art Thiel

Both offensive tackles from the Seahawks’ Super Bowl champion team, Russell Okung and Breno Giacomini, will be available in free agency. Time to go back to the future? Sure. Or do you want a repeat of ’16?

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