Dave Boling Newsletter


Boling: Gonzaga’s lesson from BYU loss: Time to be aggressive

Upset probably cost Zags a No. 1 seed, but should have them angry for conference tournament

Gonzaga coach Mark Few instructs his team during the second half Saturday against BYU. The Cougars won, snapping the long home winning streak for the Zags but the loss might be a needed wake-up call for Gonazga. “They came in here and, again, were just far more aggressive than we were,” Few said.

Dave Boling: Los Angeles raises stakes in NFL relocation roulette

With reports of two new stadium projects, three teams eye L.A. market

Rams fans wanting the team to stay in St. Louis might be out of luck because team owner Stan Kroenke already has property and approval of Inglewood, California, to build an 80,000-seat stadium.

Dave Boling: Dear NFL, please don’t confuse us any more than you have

The NFL’s competition committee meets this week, and that doesn’t always make the game simpler

Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant (88) tries to make a catch against Green Bay Packers cornerback Sam Shields late in the fourth quarter of a NFL playoff game on Jan. 11. The play was originally ruled a catch but a video review the call was reversed, which required a lengthy postgame explanation from the referee.

Baldwin’s second thoughts on end zone act a good sign for Seahawks

Rare opportunities to score in a Super Bowl deserve celebrations that are memorable for reasons other than their outlandishness

Seahawks wide receiver Doug Baldwin (89) said in a recent radio interview that he’s going to try to tone down the “Angry” Doug Baldwin” in the future.

Dave Boling: Return or retire? Lynch drama will likely linger

Money, pain, legacy all have to factor into what happens with Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch in 2015.

Seattle Seahawks fans hold up a picture of Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch before an NFL divisional playoff football game between the Seahawks and the Carolina Panthers at CenturyLink Field in January.