Month: January 2014

Three Things I Want to See from the Seahawks on Super Bowl Sunday

For the cities of Seattle and Denver, the anticipation has been gradually building over the last two weeks. The 12th Man sent the Seahawks to New York in style — they lined the streets from the Hawks’ training facility to… Read More ›


The Extremely Cliche Super Bowl XLVIII Preview

It’s Super Bowl week, and the football fans in Seattle and Denver are really starting to get excited about their favorite team’s chances at winning the Lombardi Trophy. This game is incredibly important for both franchises, as each team looks… Read More ›


Garcia Dominant over Burgos; No KO this Time

Knockouts are the keystone of boxing. Their brutality and execution are what draws fans, yet even the biggest punchers must settle for decisions on occasion. Mikey Garcia (34-0 28KO) defended his title by outclassing formidable challenger Juan Carlos Burgos (30-2-2… Read More ›


Some Rambling Thoughts on the Seahawks Being in the Super Bowl

The Seattle Seahawks are making the franchise’s second ever appearance in the Super Bowl — the first was in Super Bowl XL back in 2006. Let’s all take a moment to let that sink in, because that’s just incredible to… Read More ›


NFL Conference Championship Picks

Well what do you know I actually did well in football this week.  I went 3-1 with my only loss being the delusion that Andrew Luck could beat Tom Brady and the New England Patriots at home.  Denver gets a… Read More ›


What the 2014 NFC Championship Game Means to Both Cities

The Seattle Seahawks and the San Francisco 49ers  have made it to the NFC Championship Game, this is the third match-up of the current seasn between these two teams. This means that arguably the two best teams in the NFL… Read More ›


Comparing the Offensive Production Between the Pac-12 Men’s and Women’s Basketball Teams

One of the complaints about women’s basketball in general is that there isn’t enough offense involved in games to capture the public’s interest, and keep it. After the offensive slow down in men’s basketball after the last couple of seasons,… Read More ›


NFL Divisional Round

It is time for Round 2 of the NFL Playoffs!  Saints at Seahawks (11-5-0) Saints — (13-3-0) Seahawks — It is probably going to look a little different than that 34-7 blowout on Monday Night Football, but going off of… Read More ›


According to a Report: the Cleveland Indians are Changing Their Primary Logo

By making the block “C” logo the primary logo, the Cleveland Indians have made an astute public relations move. This decision shouldn’t really surprise anyone since the Indians started to see how their fans felt about the “C” logo versus… Read More ›


Dodgers Extend Mattingly’s Contract

Los Angeles Dodgers’ manager Don Mattingly was unable to attend a news conference on Wednesday that announced a three-year contract extension for the former MVP. His absence was due to a snowstorm which struck his home in Indiana, preventing him… Read More ›


Major League Baseball Announces the 2014 Hall of Fame Class

After a disappointing Hall of Fame class in 2013 (as in zero elected players), the 2014 Hall of Fame class looks promising. There are several former players who are eligible for election for the first time in 2014. Thanks to… Read More ›


Anti-Arena Groups Attempt to Gain Momentum in Seattle

Hansen and his ownership group have remained relatively quite in the last eight months and the anti-arena groups have been dominating the headlines during that time period. These anti-arena groups were drowned out during the early portion of 2013 (thanks… Read More ›


Welcome to the NFL Playoffs

Welcome to the second season of the NFL.  In these grueling weeks to come we will have 12 teams battle it out to decide who will ultimately take home the Lombardi Trophy in New York City this February.  First though… Read More ›

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