College football is back, and it’s going to be an action packed weekend. Here are three things to watch for.
Gary Kloppenburg has gone 4-2 since earning the interim-head coaching job and Seattle is now in the 8th seed.
The Los Angeles Dodgers have assembled baseball’s version of a “Super Team”, and they’re the most likely team to reach the World Series because of it.
Three different teams have had a chance to take over the AL Wildcard race…neither of them have been able to due to injuries.
Injury issues on OSU’s defensive line opened up Colorado State’s offense, while the Beavers’ offense turned the ball over five times.
The Mariners are one of the teams that will benefit most from the 40 man roster expansion.
James “Boobie” Williams is the most explosive member of WSU’s running back trio. Their arrival last season was a huge difference for the offense last season.
Washington State women’s soccer opened up its season with a 0-0 draw in the recently renovated Lower Soccer Field.
Despite losing Christian McCaffrey, the Stanford Cardinal offense will be just fine in 2017.
USC closed out last season with nine straight wins, and they’re returning their star QB. So let’s take a look at the runaway favorite for the South division title.
Corey Kluber is the only other pitcher who has a shot at the AL Cy Young award this season. The 2014 award winner is in he middle of another sterling campaign.
We start off our Pac-12 football previews with a look at the defending conference champions.
Bryce Harper reminded everyone why charging hard on an obvious out is a bad idea. We also have updated playoff odds.
Red Sox’s ace Chris Sale is currently the frontrunner for the AL Cy Young award. We take a deep dive into what he’s done this season.
This fall camp has been calm so far this season for Washington State…and that’s surprising.
Seattle has parted ways with head coach Jenny Boucek after two and a half seasons at the helm.