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THE SEATTLE TIMES Sports Digest

Friday, September 19, 2014

Seahawks perspective? TV’s Jim Nantz brings plenty to Broncos showdown | Jerry Brewer

Jim Nantz, CBS’s longtime announcer, has plenty of Seahawks and Seattle sports history, thanks to being Fred Couples’ former college roommate.

MLS commissioner pleased with league’s growth, success

Don Garber, Major League Soccer’s commissioner, said that in 2002 if anyone had suggested the league would become a destination spot for top U.S. players, “people would have thought you were nuts.”

Hope Solo extends U.S. shutout record to 73

Former Huskies star Hope Solo extended her shutout record to 73, and Amy Rodriguez, Tobin Heath, Alex Morgan and Megan Rapinoe scored to help the U.S. women beat Mexico 4-0 in an exhibition game Thursday night in chilly conditions in Rochester, N.Y.

Remember Joe Jarzynka? Huskies looking for a punt returner who can bust it

The Washington Huskies haven’t had a punt return for a touchdown since 2003, when Charles Frederick had an 86-yard return at Oregon State. (Thu. 9/18)

UW volleyball rolls past Maryland in Big Ten/Pac-12 showcase

In the debut of the Big Ten/Pac-12 Showcase, a four-team mini-tournament of college volleyball’s power conferences, the fifth-ranked Huskies (10-0) were too much for unranked Maryland in a 3-0 sweep, and the fourth-ranked Badgers (9-0) took down No. 10 USC, 3-1. (Thu. 9/18)

Take 2: Adrian Peterson and what we expect from our sports heroes off the field

BY CLINTON PAWLICK (Thu. 9/18)

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