Seattle Mariners 2020 offseason plan: Time to spend some fuckin’ money Playoff baseball is currently happening, but as Mariners fans, these times are not for us. As the Reds and … Continue Reading Britt’s Seattle Mariners 2020 Offseason Plan: Time to Spend Some Fuckin’ Money
General manager John Schneider and head coach Pete Carroll need to take the offense to that next level if their team is going to be a serious Super Bowl contender.
WSU is bringing in a brand consultant to help its student-athletes benefit from the new NCAA rules.
Seattle’s bullpen will be thin, and heavily right handed as we head into the 2020 season.
After 48-years, Washington’s NFL team is finally doing the correct thing and changing its branding.
The consideration of allowing fans into the stadium is irresponsible.
The Seattle Mariners have a young and promising lineup heading into 2020. Let’s take a look at it
Rob Manfred’s desire to sculpt baseball into a quicker paced sport takes effect heading into 2020.
New England will have a three-way quarterback battle to replace future hall of famer Tom Brady.
Washington State baseball is looking to resume its historic place in the college baseball landscape by building a shiny new clubhouse.
The Mariners six-man starting rotation will give them flexibility and depth after a shortened training camp.
Due to inconsistent attendance, the Memphis Grizzlies could be positioned to terminate its lease at its current home.
We preview the COVID19 shortened Seattle Mariners’ season.
The owners have approved a 60-game season with a July 1st start to Spring Training, and a July 24th start to play.
Kyle Smith’s first season on the court was a huge success; off the court, it’s become an even bigger one.
Well that was terrible and awful and we hated it. Brent and I flush this turd quickly, because boy is it ever a stinky one. We discuss the turning points–notably … Continue Reading The BS Show – WSU football: UCLOLA, Yeet the Utes