John McGrath HEADLINES
Future Pro Football Hall of Fame safety John Lynch, who covered the Seattle Seahawks’ dominant-in-all-phases performance Sunday as a TV booth analyst for Fox Sports, never ran out of superlatives.
The two interceptions Colorado quarterback Sefo Liufau threw in the third quarter Saturday were not the primary reasons his team suffered a 59-7 clobbering at the hands of the Washington Huskies.
New Seattle Mariners manager Lloyd McClendon spent his childhood in Gary, Ind., birthplace of the fictional Harold Hill, the Music Man, and Michael Jackson, the music man so gifted he became known as the “King of Pop.”
As college rivalries go, Pacific Lutheran University and the University of Puget Sound never will be confused with, say, Georgia versus Florida. While spirited, the mood before kickoff and after the final gun is more convivial than combative.
While the search for the next Seattle Mariners manager is drawing shrugs and yawns from fans who’ve forgotten how to care, it’s almost impossible to imagine a candidate capable of making a splash.
The news that Sidney Rice suffered a season-ending knee injury Monday night further deflated a victory the Seattle Seahawks would just as soon forget.
After a second consecutive Sunday afternoon without a Seattle Seahawks game to watch, I counted the days on the calendar since the Hawks were in action. That would be 10, and by the time they visit the Rams for a Monday Night Football contest, the lull will have reached 11.
Tyler Melling is a 25-year old Single-A pitcher in the St. Louis Cardinals organization. I’m not sure a major-league future awaits the left-hander – 25 is fairly old for a prospect to be stalled in A-ball – but if this baseball thing doesn’t work out, he might want to think about a career as a private detective.
The 109th World Series, which begins Wednesday night, will be a test between the best team in the National League and the best team in the American League.
This sh-boom, sh-boom, life-is-but-a-dream football season is getting better all the time for the Seattle Seahawks.
Before I knew about Don James, who died Sunday, I was lectured about Don James.
Last we saw of Tyrone Willingham, he was wearing the well-practiced frown of a college football coach who couldn’t wait to become an ex-college football coach.
When the Seattle Seahawks revisit Arizona on Thursday night, it will have been a little more than a year — 13 months and eight days, to be precise — since they last faced the Cardinals at University of Phoenix Stadium.
There were two seconds remaining in the first half Sunday, and Jon Ryan’s pulse was pumping. A rare field-goal opportunity awaited the Seattle Seahawks punter, serving as an emergency substitute for sidelined kicker Steven Hauschka.
About 20 minutes after his team’s border-state rivalry game ended with a typical 45-24 stomping Saturday – about 3 hours after the talent gap between Washington and Oregon became apparent – a reporter asked Steve Sarkisian if he’d seen a Heisman Trophy-worthy performance from Ducks quarterback Marcus Mariota.
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