It’s that time of year again: IT. IS. HATE WEEK! There’s no love lost between the Cougars and Huskies, and once again, this game will decide the winner of the … Continue Reading The BS Show: Hate Week II: The Apple Cuppening
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Sorry guys, the Zunino trade news broke after we finished recording for the day. That always seems to be our luck with these kind of things. BS luck, one might … Continue Reading The BS Show: Stop running on second and long!
Happy Halloween everyone, from your favorite spoopy sports podcast hosts! Lots to talk about this week, as WSU debuted at No. 8 in the College Football Playoff rankings, everything is … Continue Reading The BS Show: The one where WSU is ranked and UW is not
Brett is off in Europe, so this one is all Shane. No pressure, buddy. I’ll clue you in right now–it’s Brett writing this description after listening to Shane’s solo episode. … Continue Reading The BS Show: No B, all S: Twice as handsome, half as interesting
Shane is back from Chicago, and boy did he ever do a vacation. He starts the show by talking about his celebrity encounters, delicious dishes consumed, and his continuing losing … Continue Reading The BS Show: So college football is basically the only good thing
Welcome back to another week of the BS Show, and in this one Shane is feeling particularly nude for reasons that are revealed at the very beginning. Don’t worry, we … Continue Reading The BS Show: The one where Shane feels nude; also what the heck is a Felix Hernandez?
A win is a win…but the Seahawks offense continues to be a major are of concern.
The Seahawks engineered another late touchdown drive to beat the Texans.
Russell Wilson threw for 321 yards and three touchdowns in the blowout victory.
Seattle’s defense forced five turnovers and only allowed the explosive Rams offense to score one touchdown.
Seattle’s offense finally looked competent against a weak Colts defense.
Tennessee’s controlled the ball for 20 minutes in the first half, wearing out Seattle’s defense in the heat. The defense then fell apart in the second half.
Paul Richardson ended the Seahawks touchdown drought at 7.5 quarters as Seattle beat the Niners by three.
The Seahawks offense was punchless in a week one loss to Green Bay.
The Seahawks new look secondary will be tested early and often against Aaron Rodgers.