1. Losing Terrence Jones and What It Means for the Washington Huskies

    The Washington Huskies underachieved through most of the 2009-10 season, and a surprising run in the NCAA Tournament showed what they were actually capable of. Next year, this squad will have everyone returning with the exception of Quincy Pondexter...

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  2. Could the Seattle Mariners Be Cursed?

    As the season continues to slip into nothingness for the Seattle Mariners, the fans are left to ponder what has become of their team. Honestly, what gives? The 2010 season had promise...

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  3. NBA Playoff Grades Thus Far

    Like any year in the NBA Playoffs, 2010 has had its fair share of surprises. Some teams who looked potentially threatening ended up rolling over in round one. There have been heroes, injuries, and stars...

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  4. Seattle Mariners Hit The Road, Hope To Turn Season Around

    The MLB season is young. With a little over a month in the books, things are now starting to pan out a bit, and teams are starting to show their true colors...

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  5. Emotionally, Brandon Roy Makes the Difference

    The Portland Trail Blazers looked done. Prior to Saturday's victory, Portland had lost two in a row to a hot Phoenix Suns squad that didn't look like it would be letting up at all in Game Four...

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  6. Bryan-Amaning Proving His Worth for Washington

    The majority of the Washington Huskies' season was the same story: win at home, lose on the road, and deal with being undersized...

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  7. What Could Have Been: Washington Huskies To Face Former "Future Jon Brockman"

    At 6'9", 220 pounds, and averaging over 20 points with nearly 10 boards a game, Seattle University standout Charles Garcia was supposed to be playing for the other Division I team in the city...

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  8. Washington Huskies: Who Are These Guys?

    It seemed as if the Washington Huskies had gotten out of a slump and rejuvenated their season completely with a successful home stand...but that is wrong...

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  9. Five Things on the Washington Huskies' Holiday Wish List

    The Washington Huskies have been viewed as one of the front-runners to take the Pac-10 this year. Expectations for 2009-10 have been pretty high after winning the conference last year, and with ...

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  10. If Jake Locker Enters The Draft, The Seattle Seahawks Have To Take Him

    Let's face it Seahawks' fans—Matt Hasselbeck is old and on his way out. At age 34, Hasselbeck has endured a plethora of injuries to say the least, and I can't imagine he has more than a couple seasons left in the tank...

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  11. Washington-Oregon State: Last Chance For The Dawgs

    Still yet to win a game on the road, and riding a three-game losing streak, the Washington Huskies will head in to Corvallis in an absolute must-win situation...

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  12. Washington Huskies: 10 Plays That Have Defined the Season

    Coming into the season, nearly everyone had the Washington Huskies locked in to finish ninth at best in the Pac-10. Sure, right now they're sitting eighth, but the Huskies may have had one of the more interesting campaigns in college football this year...

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  13. Washington-UCLA: A Win in LA Would Mean the World to the Huskies

    After a much-needed bye, the 3-5 Washington Huskies are headed to Cali to face UCLA.  Both the Bruins and the Huskies badly need wins this week to try to save their seasons...

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  14. Washington Huskies' Bowl Hopes Nearly Disintegrated in Loss to Oregon

    After a pathetic effort on Saturday against Oregon, it's clear the Washington Huskies will have a very tough time making it to a bowl game this year.  Currently with three wins, Washington will need win three of their last four to be bowl-eligible...

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  15. Washington Huskies' Achilles Heel Is Road Games, Team Limping Towards Bowl Bid

    It's happened multiple times this year for Steve Sarkisian's team—they'll build up momentum after a big home win, only to hit the road and make mistakes that cost them football games.  After the colossal upset of No...

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  16. ASU Versus UW: A Must Win For The Huskies

    Heading into Tempe, the Washington Huskies have got to be feeling good about themselves. Mason Foster's off-the-foot pick to seal the deal versus Arizona put the Dawgs at 3-3 and 2-1 in Pac-10 play...

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  17. Upset of USC Begins Restoration of Tradition For Washington

    The Washington Huskies' 16-13 win over USC on Saturday will likely turn out to be the most important sporting event I ever attend...

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  18. Locker, Huskies Crush Idaho

    The losing streak is over! On a blistering hot Seattle day, the Washington Huskies earned coach Steve Sarkisian his first victory as a head coach, 42-23 over the Idaho Vandals...

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  19. 2009 AFC East Predictions: Brady, Pats Take Division Back

    4. Buffalo Bills: 6-10 So they got Terrell Owens. This doesn't really mean all that much. Owens can't single handedly take a lame Bills team and make them a contender. However a Lee Evans-Terrell Owens tandem could really help quarterback Trent Edwards...

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  20. 2009 AFC South Predictions: Houston Improves, Tennessee Repeats

    4. Jacksonville Jaguars: 6-10 Bringing up the rear in the AFC South this year will be the Jacksonville Jaguars. The reason? A mediocre defense and the lack of good receivers...

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  21. Washington Huskies Hang With LSU as Offense Shines

    The Steve Sarkisian era got off to a quick start last night, as the Washington Huskies played four strong quarters of football. Given, the LSU Tigers were in town and are ranked 11th in the country and walked away with a 31-23 victory...

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  22. 2009 AFC North Predictions: Champs Edge Birds

    4. Cleveland Browns: 3-13 Eric Mangini takes over a franchise that has talent but lacks leadership.First and foremost, the quarterback issue needs to be addressed...

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  23. 2009 AFC West Predictions: Bolts Cruise

    4. Kansas City Chiefs: 4-12 Matt Cassell isn't as good as people think he is. Look at all of the talent that he had around him in New England. The Patriots pass blocking was ranked 11th last year, as opposed to the Chiefs who ranked 30th...

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  24. 2009 NFC East Predictions: Giants Take It Again

    4. Washington Redskins: 9-7 The quarterback issue in D.C. isn't pretty. The Redskins shopped around for other quarterbacks this offseason, but they have decided to stick with Jason Campbell for the last year of his contract...

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  25. 2009 NFC South Predictions: Panthers, Saints Look Good

    4. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: 5-11 There are a lot of uncertainties about Tampa Bay this year. When Jon Gruden was let go, the Bucs got rid of virtually all of their coaches, and the ...

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