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Huskies quarterback Cyler Miles goes down after a fumble in the fourth  quarter and  suffered an apparent concussion on the play. He did not return to the game.
Dean Rutz / The Seattle Times
Saturday, October 18
Huskies still getting humbled

Once again, Washington and Oregon played a football game that wasn’t worth watching to the end.

Tuesday, October 14

Stars have yet to align for Seahawks offense | Jerry Brewer

Trying to get all the offensive talent working smoothly not going so smoothly just yet

Monday, October 13

Seahawks Morning After: What Pete Carroll must do to fix what’s broken | Jerry Brewer

The Seahawks’ many problems can be fixed. This is when Pete Carroll will earn his paycheck.

Sunday, October 12

Loss to Cowboys gives the Seahawks a reality check | Jerry Brewer

The Dallas Cowboys served the Seahawks a heavy dose of humility Sunday, beating them at their own game. Now Seattle must refocus and fix what’s wrong.

Saturday, October 11

A lesson the Seahawks can take from the Cowboys’ tradition: Embrace the hate | Jerry Brewer

Love ’em, hate ’em, laugh at ’em for their struggles the past 18 years, but you can’t ignore the Cowboys. There’s a lesson in this for the Seahawks and their fledgling significance. The Cowboys understand the scrutiny and envy the Seahawks are currently experiencing.

Thursday, October 9

Nigel Williams-Goss eager to lift the fortunes of UW men’s basketball | Jerry Brewer

Coming off an impressive freshman season, Nigel Williams-Goss appears determined to expand his game and enhance the prospects of a UW team that isn’t expected to be much.

Tuesday, October 7

Russell Wilson saves Seahawks from themselves | Jerry Brewer

The Seahawks were rusty against Washington on “Monday Night Football” but quarterback Russell Wilson came to the rescue in a 27-17 victory that improved Seattle’s record to 3-1.

Thursday, October 2

Seahawks season now shifts into overdrive | Jerry Brewer

It’s time for the longest, hardest stretch of the season. It starts with a seemingly manageable six games against opponents with a combined 9-14 record. And it ends with what figures to be seven of the most competitive games in a row that any team will face this season.

Tuesday, September 30

Jack Zduriencik’s job is simple: Build Mariners’ offense | Jerry Brewer

The Mariners have had trouble scoring runs in recent years. If the Mariners are going to build on their 87-win season of 2014, GM Jack Zduriencik must finally get the offense right.

Sunday, September 28

Mariners come up short, but show signs of promise | Jerry Brewer

The 2014 season felt like a breakthrough in a long rebuilding process for the Mariners, who have wiggled back into the hearts of many who have abandoned them during their 13-year playoff drought. For a franchise that came so close this time, it should fuel their passion to finish the task.

Saturday, September 27

Huskies’ offense was a bust, but so were Chris Petersen’s late calls | Jerry Brewer

He called for a fake punt on fourth down midway through the fourth, a play that got stuffed by Stanford.