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A GRIP ON SPORTS • If you need another sign football season is here, we have one for you this morning: The Spokesman-Review’s annual football preview section. Only one word describes it: wow. Read on.
So much has changed since EWU quarterback Gage Gubrud stepped onto the turf last September at Washington State. Except Gubrud.
Perhaps the biggest surprise on the team last year, nose tackle Jay-Tee Tiuli went from backup to first-team all-Big Sky.
The Spokesman-Review selects the five best quarterbacks to play at Eastern Washington University.
The Eagles are coming off another Big Sky Conference championship season, their fourth in five years, and are picked to contend for another despite a major coaching change and the loss of some serious star power on both sides of the ball.
Texas Tech quarterback Nic Shimonek can find an open receiver 40 yards downfield. He also can restore your furniture.
These are desperate times at Texas Tech, and the Red Raiders have responded in kind.
A GRIP ON SPORTS • As the Mariners slowly sink in the American League wild-card race, we thought it would be a good day to talk about shifting gears. Though we’re not talking auto racing. Read on.
According to Aaron Best’s master plan, an emphasis on physicality will pay off for Eastern Washington come playoff time, in the bitter cold of December.
Former Eastern Washington football star Bo Levi Mitchell is struggling to keep his mind on the game.
A GRIP ON SPORTS • Jud Heathcote died yesterday. If you’ve been around Spokane for any time at all, you probably have a story about the legendary basketball coach. We have one to pass along this morning. Read on.
For three Eastern Washington football players, the opening-week depth chart is much more than a sheet of paper. It’s sweet redemption, the tangible reward for overcoming injury, idleness and self-doubt.
The Eastern Washington basketball team will earn most of its nonconference wins the hard way this season – on the road.
Texas Tech football coach Kliff Kingsbury knows it better than most: Football Championship Subdivision programs are not created equal.
A GRIP ON SPORTS • This is transition week. The freedom of summer for our children is fading into the reality the school year is underway. The baseball pennant races and playoff chases are shifting into high gear. And college football is in full-game mode. Read on.
EWU football photos for wallpaper use
A GRIP ON SPORTS • The days are getting shorter, though it’s still light at 8 p.m. And the time until the NFL infects our Sundays with its virulent strain of fanaticism is growing shorter as well. Read on.
A GRIP ON SPORTS • I’m really not sure how they are doing it. Are the M’s magicians or sorcerers or what? They won again last night, 2-1 in 11 innings at Yankee Stadium. They are 5-2 on their key road trip. They are right in the wild-card race. And it’s almost impossible to figure out how. Read on.
One play spoke volumes in Friday night’s scrimmage at Roos Field.
A GRIP ON SPORTS • The Mariners are in a playoff chase, albeit quite possibly the worst one since the advent of the second wild card. The Seahawks are pushing toward the regular season, trying to answer crucial questions in what could be a special year. Their worlds collide tonight. What to do. Read on.