1. It's Almost Here: Five Games To Watch in Week One

    It's getting real close. And by "it" I mean the college football season. We have struggled through a long summer of who's better, Colt McCoy or Sam Bradford. A long summer of baseball, steroid talk, and more baseball have bored many to tears...

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  2. Injuries Look To Plague Seattle Seahawks Again in 2009

    Same tune, different season for the Seattle Seahawks. At least that's what it seems like so far during the 2009 preseason. Last year was a wash out for many Seahawks fans as injuries decimated the majority of the offense...

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  3. My Little Fantasy: Handcuffed In The Backfield

    It's an ongoing dilemma in many fantasy backfields, and there usually is not much anyone can do about it. Your starting running back is handcuffed by his fellow teammate...

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  4. My Little Fantasy: Wide Receivers Flying Under The Radar

    Ah yes, it's that time of the year when the football isn't quite good enough to watch from start to finish. We're getting there, but in the mean time, the fantasy side of the sport is in full swing...

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  5. Pac-10 Preview: Cougars Are The Definition of Rebuilding

    Much like their cross-state rivals, the Washington State Cougars are thirsty for success. It has been years since the Cougars were regarded as one of the better teams in the conference, let alone the country...

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  6. Feel The Heat: Top 10 Arizona State Defenders

    The House of Heat. At least that's what Sun Devil fans have called their stadium on obnoxiously hot Saturday nights in Tempe...

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  7. Pac-10 Preview: Wildcats Will Look to Ride Bowl Win Momentum

    It has been a long time since the Arizona Wildcats played in a bowl game. Nine years to be exact. Last year broke the bowl drought as Arizona beat in state rival Arizona State to secure a spot in the Pioneer Las Vegas Bowl...

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  8. Nothing Is Forever: Five Defining Moves in Seattle Mariners History

    Heartbreak. This is a word that is used all too often in several Seattle sports circles, especially with the Mariners. Many could argue that the Seattle Mariners have had some of the greatest players in the game on that roster...

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  9. Pac-10 Preview: UCLA Looks to Share the Socal Spotlight

    2009 will prove to be the second full season under head coach Rick Neuheisel. Although the record may not show it, his first season provided the Bruins with a great foundation to build on for the future...

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  10. NBA Pipeline: Top 10 Players Born in Washington

    With the talent that comes out of states like California, New York, Florida, and Texas, many tend to overlook the Northwest. In particular, the state of Washington. Washington has quickly become a hot bed for basketball talent...

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  11. Pac-10 Preview: Oregon State Will Look to Build Off Last Year's Success

    The Beavers have made a habit of surprising the Pac-10 over the last few years. Over the last three seasons, Oregon State has been selected to finish in the back half of the conference...

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  12. Last Line Of Defense: The Top Five College Football Safeties

    Many see the safety position as the quarterback of the defense. The safety has the luxury of seeing the entire field before the ball is snapped. If an adjustment needs to be made, quite often he is the guy to do it...

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  13. Pac-10 Preview: Stanford Is Poised For a Bowl Berth This Season

    Three years ago, mentioning the Stanford Cardinals and a bowl game in the same breath would have been blasphemy. The 2006 campaign concluded with the Cardinals finishing 1-11 and rock bottom in the Pac-10...

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  14. Top Five Dual Threat Quarterbacks Not Named Tebow

    The quarterback position has evolved quite a bit in the game of football, especially in the college game. Quarterbacks are asked to not only survey defenses and make the appropriate read, but ...

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  15. Pac-10 Preview: A New Coach Means a Fresh Start In Washington

    Programs as prominent as the University of Washington's may fall from grace every once and a while, but never to the severity that the UW program has crippled to. Changes were imminent following another disappointing season in Seattle...

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  16. Pac-10 Preview: Sun Devils to Rely Heavily on Defense This Fall

    The 2008 football season was one to forget for the Arizona State Sun Devils. A season that opened with ASU in the nations top 20, quickly diminished to a 5-7 record and no bowl game...

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  17. Oklahoma City Among The Winners From The NBA Draft

    Many saw this season's NBA draft as one that lacked star power. Not enough big names to get excited about. Regardless, there were a few teams that embraced the moment and found themselves ...

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  18. Under The Microscope: A Word with First Round Pick Aaron Curry

    Many times the NFL Draft can be a hit or miss event. More often then not, players drafted in the first round never reach their complete potential. Aaron Curry does not seem to be one of those players...

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  19. Seattle Seahawks Coaching Staff: New Culture in the Northwest

    "Out with the old and in with the new." I guess that is one way to look at it here in Seattle; the only problem is that the old was Mike Holmgren. As Holmgren flew off into the sunset from Sea-Tac airport, Jim Mora Jr...

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  20. Key Additions Look To Bring The Seahawks Back To Prominence

    There was a point during the 2008 season when it seemed that nothing worked for the Seahawks. That goes for both the offense and the defense. Injuries plagued the offensive line, eliminating any thoughts of a running game...

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  21. NFC West Preview: A Division Up For Grabs, Again

    It would be difficult to consider the NFC West one of the premiere divisions in the NFL today. Over the last several years it seems that one of the teams is completely rebuilding, two others are struggling for a ...

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  22. Taking Flight: Seattle Seahawks Look To Bounce Back

    The 2008 NFL season was one to forget for both Seahawks fans and players alike. Injuries plagued the team from the start of the season...

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