Month: February 2015

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

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

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

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

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

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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Predictions for the 2015 MLB season

My predictions for the upcoming 2015 baseball season.

Finally: Mayweather v. Pacquiao Set for May 2

Mayweather v. Pacquiao is finally happening, as the two fighters have agreed to terms for a fight on May 2nd.

WSU women’s hoops blows out UW in Hec Ed, 83-72

Washington State women's basketball picked up a much needed upset victory over in-state rival Washington on Friday.

MLB introduces “significant” changes to pace of game rules in 2015

Major League Baseball announced significant changes to the pace of game rules in 2015. We take a look at their impact on the game, and how it could help shorten the length of a baseball game.

San Diego Chargers and Oakland Raiders are prepared to share a $1.7 billion stadium in LA

The two AFC West rivals are planning on sharing a $1.7 billion stadium in Carson Stadium, Calif. if Oakland and San Diego aren unable to conclude a stadium deal.

2015 MLB post season award predictions

My predictions for the upcoming 2015 baseball season.

Chargers make it clear to San Diego, shape up or we’re out

The San Diego Chargers have made it clear that they need a new stadium, and need it soon. Mostly because of the Rams push to relocate to Los Angeles.

PODCAST: Our interview with SonicsRising author Paul Rogers

We discussed the potentia Tukwila arena, as well as comments made by the NBA commissioner with SonicsRising author Paul Rogers in our latest podcast.

Padres reportedly sign SP Shields, continue to build roster for wildcard berth

The San Diego Padres have made another addition that will hopefully push their roster into a wildcard berth by signing James Shields to a four-year.

Dolphins pull out all the stops with limited edition luxury stadium seats

Miami Dolphins seek to entice upper-class fans with seats customized to resemble the comfort of a living room at home

WSU women’s basketball loses 70-69 heart breaker to Oregon

Washington State women's basketball lost a heart breaking game to the Oregon Ducks on Friday night. The Cougars got the ball into the hands of play maker Lia Galdeira at the end, but the shot didn't fall.

UCLA survives a frantic Stanford comeback attempt, picks up resume building win

The Stanford Cardinal overcame a 22 point second half deficit to make it a game against the UCLA Bruins. Unfortunately for the Cardinal, their final shot bounced harmlessly to the court

Examining which Pac-12 basketball team is likely to surprise everyone and reach the NCAA tournament

Arizona, Utah, and Stanford are pretty much locks to get into the NCAA tournament after some impressive non-conference and conference performances. There are two Pac-12 teams that are currently on the bubble, and we take a look at their resumes.

NHL commissioner Bettman says Bellevue and Tukwila could be sites of an NHL arena

NHL commissioner Gary Bettman said that the NHL has received multiple overtures from prospective owners in the Seattle area. These owners have discussed arenas in Bellevue or Tukwila with him.

WSU women’s basketball remains firmly in NCAA tournament conversation, despite a disappointing weekend

The Washington State University women's basketball team was swept by No. 12 Stanford and California over the past weekend. But the Cougars remain firmly in the NCAA tournament discussion.

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