1. NCAA Tournament 2010: The Washington Huskies March on to the Sweet Sixteen

    A short two months ago on January 23rd, many people gave up on the 2009—2010 Washington Huskies team...

    Kevin Cacabelos Written by Kevin Cacabelos about over 4 years ago 1,752 reads 0 comments

  2. Rating the Pac-10's NCAA Tournament Hopes: Who's In and Who's Out?

    Since 2004, the Pac-10 has gotten at least three teams into the tournament. This year, it is questionable if the Pac-10 will get more than the conference tournament champion's automatic bid...

    Kevin Cacabelos Written by Kevin Cacabelos about over 4 years ago 234 reads 0 comments

  3. Can the Washington Huskies Still Dance in March?

    When I turned off my television after witnessing Arizona demolish the Huskies last Sunday, the feeling was all too familiar. Just three years ago during the 2006-07 season, the Huskies were coming off a banner year...

    Kevin Cacabelos Written by Kevin Cacabelos about over 4 years ago 319 reads 0 comments

  4. Pac-10 Power Rankings Week 1

    Here's a kickoff to a new weekly feature, the Pac-10 Power Rankings. Votes are collected from four of our Pac-10 featured columnists on bleacher report...

    Kevin Cacabelos Written by Kevin Cacabelos about over 4 years ago 288 reads 1 comments

  5. Washington Huskies All-Decade Basketball Team

    The Huskies have had a memorable decade of college basketball. Though the Huskies have not played basketball past the round of 16 in the tournament in this decade, this team has won the conference ...

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  6. Washington Huskies Basketball: Perimeter Play Needs Improvement

    Though the Georgetown loss was disappointing, it was a great measuring stick to see exactly how good this Husky team really is. The biggest weakness of this team is its performance down low, both on offense and defense...

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  7. The Evolution of Washington Huskies' Quincy Pondexter

    The Washington Huskies looked solid last night despite former Husky Adrian Oliver torching them for a good 30 points. Quincy Pondexter had some interesting things to say about Oliver leaving the Husky program...

    Kevin Cacabelos Written by Kevin Cacabelos about over 4 years ago 382 reads 0 comments

  8. Can the Washington Huskies Live Up to the Hype?

    Buzzer beaters, upsets, and Cinderella teams—it has finally arrived: The college basketball season is officially underway. For the first time since 2006, the Huskies are entering this season ranked in the top 15 both in the AP and ESPN/USA Today polls...

    Kevin Cacabelos Written by Kevin Cacabelos about over 4 years ago 244 reads 0 comments

  9. Washington Huskies Basketball Non-Conference Schedule Analysis

    Which top teams will the Huskies be taking on in their non-conference schedule? The Huskies will be hosting the Athletes in Action Basketball Classic at Hec Ed to kick off the season...

    Kevin Cacabelos Written by Kevin Cacabelos about almost 5 years ago 211 reads 2 comments

  10. The Sarkisian Era Begins Optimistically in Washington

    Coach Sarkisian did not make excuses after last night's lost, he refused to take out any "moral victories" after the loss. This winning attitude did not necessarily translate into a win, but Husky fans saw a different team...

    Kevin Cacabelos Written by Kevin Cacabelos about almost 5 years ago 129 reads 0 comments

  11. Seattle Mariners: Playoffs, Trades, and My Math Teacher

    It was a glorious day in June when I made a bet with my math teacher that the Mariners would return to the playoffs for the first time since their unforgettable yet increasingly distant season in 2001...

    Kevin Cacabelos Written by Kevin Cacabelos about 5 years ago 241 reads 5 comments

  12. Seattle University Basketball: The Next "Gonzaga"

    I think we have all come to the conclusion that the NBA returning to Seattle now stands as a distant possibility. The current economic climate has further hindered the chances of the return of professional basketball in Seattle in the foreseeable future..

    Kevin Cacabelos Written by Kevin Cacabelos about 5 years ago 630 reads 1 comments

  13. A Statistical Look at the Seattle Mariners' Season So Far

    With the Mariners only a couple games out of first place in the AL West, it is time to start looking deeper at some statistics to see whether the Mariners truly have a shot at making the playoffs...

    Kevin Cacabelos Written by Kevin Cacabelos about 5 years ago 190 reads 2 comments

  14. The Campaign for Ichiro's Entry into the Home Run Derby

    This is a public service announcement. Ichiro Suzuki must compete in this year's Home Run Derby. He was asked last year, but declined due to his hamstring...

    Kevin Cacabelos Written by Kevin Cacabelos about 5 years ago 104 reads 1 comments

  15. Scouting Sarkisian's Class of 2010: QB Nick Montana

    SeaTown Sports will be profiling Sarkisian's Class of 2010 commitments. We will provide you with a general look at each recruit and what they will bring to the Husky football program. The first player we will be taking a look at is Nick Montana...

    Kevin Cacabelos Written by Kevin Cacabelos about 5 years ago 463 reads 1 comments

  16. Why Ibanez is Legit and the Life of a Teenage Sports Blogger

    Update 6/19-Article links fixed. So last week there was a huge fiasco made over Raul Ibanez's attack on a blog that allegedly accused him of using Performance-Enhancing Drugs...

    Kevin Cacabelos Written by Kevin Cacabelos about 5 years ago 47 reads 0 comments

  17. UW Basketball: Recruiting the Class of 2011

    After taking a look at UW's potential recruits for the Class of 2010, we will now take a look at potential recruits for the Class of 2011...

    Kevin Cacabelos Written by Kevin Cacabelos about 5 years ago 1,034 reads 0 comments

  18. High School Basketball: An Early Look at Teams and Players to Watch

    High School basketball is by far the most popular high school sport in the Seattle area. By churning out top talent yearly, fans, parents and players are all guaranteed to see some great basketball being played around the area...

    Kevin Cacabelos Written by Kevin Cacabelos about 5 years ago 108 reads 0 comments

  19. Nick Montana and Jesse Scroggins: Montana Leads Prospective UW QBs

    Now that Jake Heaps has committed to BYU, which QB prospects are Sarkisian and his staff recruiting? There are two four-star recruit QBs that currently list the Huskies as one of their schools of interest, Nick Montana and Jesse Scroggins...

    Kevin Cacabelos Written by Kevin Cacabelos about 5 years ago 379 reads 1 comments

  20. Steve Sarkisian's Big Impact: Huskies Class of 2010

    Although Steve Sarkisian has yet to coach a game for the Huskies, he has already provided immense energy in one vital aspect of a successful college football program—recruiting...

    Kevin Cacabelos Written by Kevin Cacabelos about 5 years ago 37 reads 0 comments

  21. Quaker Summer Slam Day 1: Brett Kingma Scouting Report

    I headed over to Franklin yesterday and watched the first round games of the "Quaker Summer Slam." This is the first chance to see what all the high school basketball teams in the area will look like for next school year...

    Kevin Cacabelos Written by Kevin Cacabelos about 5 years ago 494 reads 0 comments

  22. Ken Griffey Jr.'s Impact: For Better or For Worse

    When the Seattle Mariners signed Ken Griffey Jr., I was hoping for at least a 20 HR, 85 RBI season. I felt if the Mariners used him as their everyday DH, he could produce moderate power, something the Mariners have not had since Edgar Martinez left...

    Kevin Cacabelos Written by Kevin Cacabelos about 5 years ago 246 reads 0 comments

  23. UW Basketball: 2010 Recruiting Update

    Before I start this, I want to give credit to a great Gonzaga blog, The Slipper Still Fits. I am kind of taking their format from their recruiting post and applying it to Husky basketball...

    Kevin Cacabelos Written by Kevin Cacabelos about 5 years ago 254 reads 0 comments

  24. Ichiro Suzuki May Lead Mariners to Playoff Contention in 2009

    Ichiro is heating up right now and he could very well put the Mariners back into contention if he keeps it up. Yesterday against the Angels, Ichiro went 4-for-5 with a home run, two doubles and a single...

    Kevin Cacabelos Written by Kevin Cacabelos about 5 years ago 318 reads 1 comments

  25. Jake Heaps Update

    When talking about the class of 2010, without a doubt, Skyline Quarterback Jake Heaps is the most sought after prospect concerning Husky fans, Husky coaches, and a handful of other colleges alike...

    Kevin Cacabelos Written by Kevin Cacabelos about 5 years ago 38 reads 0 comments