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- A Grip on Sports: As local universities deal with coronavirus-caused budget issues, the financial woes will filter down to the athletic departments
- A Grip on Sports: Our heroes arrive in all shapes and sizes, but they stay forever where they matter most
- Montana State Linebacker Troy Andersen will Redshirt 2020 Season
- A Grip on Sports: A box and one? It's not just a basketball term. It's also how many doughnuts should disappear in each sitting
- A Grip on Sports: Baseball is going to have to overcome years of labor tension before the games can begin again
- A Grip on Sports: A Sunday seems like a good day to reflect on the changing fortunes of local sports heroes
- A Grip on Sports: This is the month of many tradtional Spokane events – though one of the best has been 'postponed'
- A Grip on Sports: Everyone is planning a return of live sporting events but we're still a ways away from experiencing most of those happy moments
- A Grip on Sports: The PGA Tour's long absence ends with a surprise or two thanks to Bryson DeChambeau
- Spokane Indians season put on hold as Northwest League announces postponement
- A Grip on Sports: Baseball's inability to come to an agreement may leave fans standing in the cold once again
- A Grip on Sports: Might as well enjoy another day in the park on another Sunday with little in the way of live sports to watch
- A Grip on Sports: The pent-up demand for selling things overflowed on Sunday's golf coverage, swamping one of the few live events on the weekend
- A Grip on Sports: The new-look for Joe Albi Stadium moves forward while virus numbers don't, putting a question mark on school sports' return
- A Grip on Sports: Today's Gonzaga basketball stories caused enough sparks to bring down computers all over ... well, at least one
- A Grip on Sports: If and when baseball returns, a wrong that has lasted almost 50 years will be corrected
- Father's Day turns 110
- A Grip on Sports: Summer starts tomorrow, but building memories will have to happen without summer's best sport
- A Grip on Sports: This year's Belmont is going to be like none other and, hopefully, will never be like this again
- A Grip on Sports: When it comes to Father's Day and sports moments, even the ones that seemed out of sorts at the time turn out to be worthwhile later
- A Grip on Sports: The WIAA's guidelines for high school sports to return makes it clear numbers must improve before athletics begin again
- A Grip on Sports: Are we about to enter the most recent Golden Age of Inland Northwest college basketball?
- A Grip on Sports: Every local school's athletic department is dealing with intangibles that go beyond their financial issues
- A Grip on Sports: We have to wait until August this year but that doesn't mean we can't remember Hoopfest today
- A Grip on Sports: As we bid adieu to June, we look forward to July and beyond including, hopefully, the return of college sports
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