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Impatient to get the COVID-19 vaccine? So am I. Desperate for Gonzaga and Baylor to find a date to play basketball in the next couple of weeks? Not so much.
Can't say the sun came out shining any brighter Thursday morning, but shades came in handy. The air going into the lungs felt fresher.
Shhh. Don't mention the you-know-what Gonzaga has going.
They passed more COVID-19 tests than any other NFL team, unofficially anyway. So maybe the Seattle Seahawks can hang that banner.
Before the grand old sports banquet was consigned to Spokane's reliquary, Tommy Lasorda returned in February 1992 to regale the adults with a few gags in the evening and proselytize education to the teens at the afternoon.
For scouting and preparation purposes, this scheduling on the fly has to induce at least a little stress.
On a day that changed nothing -- not their playoff seeding, not their maddening version of momentum -- the Seattle Seahawks could at least savor the sentimental moments in their 26-23 escape over the San Francisco 49ers.
One of the ubiquitous explainers for the civic mania that attended the nascent stages of Gonzaga's basketball rise was the only-game-in-town factor.
Now the Seahawks are champions of the NFC West for the first time since 2016. And the reason is their defense.
Right at the top, let's turn it over to Geno Crandall, whose insight and perspective might be the only thing the Gonzaga Bulldogs haven't replaced in their lineup since his departure in 2019.
So who agrees to play the No. 1 team in the country not just once, but twice – on back-to-back nights?
The American West is the land that college football forgot this year, so in these parts any outrage over the post-season matchmaking that screwed Cincinnati and indulged the fraud that is Notre Dame – among other things – has been muted.
Questions, questions. Man, do the Seattle Seahawks love to leave us with questions.
But it's not where the fun stops, you know – and exhibit A, as opposed to the fourth option, is Joel Ayayi.
Sustaining a basketball season until the denouement in March seems so distant and iffy at the moment that there's a hyperfocus on daily developments – both the factual and the fantastic. We can thank the Zags for delivering.
The best revenge is living well and winning by 37 points, even if it’s over the New York Jets.
And that's the ballgame. At least, it should be.
It took Washington State to make a USC quarterback look good on a Sunday.
You may have heard. Gonzaga's got guys
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