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"Coach (Mark) Few always says it, there’s this huge learning curve that you have to go through,” senior forward Corey Kispert said.
Throughout its franchise history, the Seattle Seahawks have never started a season 5-0.
Lane Kiffin gets the chance to snap one of the more interesting streaks in college football.
If not an insult, it was at least an indignity – not that Pete Carroll would necessarily cop to personalizing it in such a way.
For the first time in 20 years, the Seattle Mariners will begin a season without Ichiro Suzuki or Felix Hernandez on the opening day roster.
Gonzaga knows what’s coming next: bruises.
New year, new concert calendar. No matter your genre of choice, Spokane’s winter concert lineup has got you covered.
For last Monday’s practice, Mt. Spokane coach David Pratt finally had his entire squad together for practice for the first time this preseason. All was right with the world.
If Mt. Spokane is fortunate enough to make another trip to the state title game – as they did last year with a senior-laden squad – they will most likely find a familiar face waiting for them.
High-powered Eastern Washington has recently embarrassed some of the Football Championship Subdivision’s worst defenses.
Idaho has two games remaining to validate a season that has come up short on expectations.
The Gonzaga coaching staff will be doing some cramming this weekend.
Eastern Washington isn’t sure which quarterback it will face when the Eagles face explosive, up-and-down Idaho State on Saturday at Holt Arena in Pocatello.
Mike Leach and Justin Wilcox would never admit to envy, but if they could each borrow something from the other’s football program, it’s hard to imagine they’d pass up the opportunity.
Here’s few things to watch for as the 2019-20 college basketball season gets underway.
With what lies ahead, the Seattle Seahawks better enjoy what appears to be the final “easy” week on the schedule.
When Idaho early this season began a second year of uncertainty over who would be its quarterback, coach Paul Petrino pounded on a theme that in the Big Sky Conference it is often necessary to have more than one.
Gonzaga has just four returning players, but don’t expect to see the 2018-19 versions of Killian Tillie, Corey Kispert, Filip Petrusev and Joel Ayayi this season. All four are slated for larger roles on the court and in the locker room.
“We’re really counting on those two grad transfers,” Few said of the likely starting backcourt duo. And the Zags are counting on contributions of varying degrees from at least three or four freshmen who helped comprise the 13th-ranked recruiting class in the country, according to 247sports.
Ol’ Doc Frankenstein – movie Frankenstein, anyway – had it easy.