NCAA Tournament Post #2: Who’s the Cinderella?

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A quick summary of the early action of the NCAA Tournament and the storylines going into the Sweet 16.

Mariner Diaries #1: Will Ferrell a Mariner?

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A recap of the highs and lows of being a Seattle Mariners fan.

An NL Central Preview

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The NL Central has been largely dominated by St. Louis for the past decade, even with the loss of Albert Pujols. That all could change this year with a few teams in the… Continue reading

An NL West Preview

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Spring season is at its midpoint which means the regular baseball season is just around the corner.  Now, the spring season cannot be trusted to be a predictor of how the regular season… Continue reading

2015 NCAA Tournament Post #1: So the Field is Set

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My preview of the 2015 NCAA Tournament.

NBA Roundup Post #3: The Playoff Picture Gets Clearer (Part Two)

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An update on NBA action during the 2014-2015 NBA Season.

NBA Roundup Post #3: The Playoff Picture Gets Clearer (Part One)

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An update on the NBA action throughout the 2014-2015 season.

Seahawks, Lynch agree to new contract

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The Seahawks and Lynch have reportedly agreed to a new contract.

WSU women’s basketball picks up a narrow 66-64 victory over Oregon in Pac-12 tournament

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Lia Galdeira was on fire as Washington State beat the Oregon Ducks 66-64 in the first round of the Pac-12 women’s basketball tournament.

Three reasons every team in the AL should be worried about the 2015 Houston Astros

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We take a look at three reasons why the Houston Astros are going to be scary in 2015.

WSU women’s basketball loses must win game to UCLA, 74-69

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Washington State’s offense struggled in the second half, and UCLA took advantage. As the Cougars lost a must win game to UCLA.

Seattle mayor says arena FEIS is due on May 7th, NHL first option is real possibility

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Seattle mayor Ed Murray has set a due date of May 7th for the environmental impact statement, and that he would be behind a reasonable NHL first MOU amendment.

PODCAST: Our interview with The Spokesman-Review’s Jacob Thorpe

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The Spokesman-Review’s beat writer for WSU athletics, Jacob Thorpe, was kind enough to call into the radio show on Monday. Here is the interview for those of you who missed the show.

WSU women’s basketball loses to in-state rival Washington by 40

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The Washington Huskies blew out in-state rival Washington State by 40 points on Sunday. It was a huge win for the Huskies, that severely damaged WSU’s NCAA tournament chances.

PREVIEW: WSU women’s basketball host UW with NCAA tournament hopes on the line

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The Washington State women’s basketball team host in-state rival UW today. It’s an important game for the Cougars NCAA tournament hopes.

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