The Huskies landed someone that many regard as a top-five coach. Here’s the catch, though: You might not be able to embrace him, at least not regularly, unless Petersen tailors his approach. You’ll have to settle for respecting him. It should be all that matters.
In the third entry of a special series as the Seahawks’ season unfolds, Jerry Brewer says the team isn't surprised that a sweep of their past four games leaves them 11-1, atop the NFC. “We already know what we can do,” says cornerback Richard Sherman.
The Seahawks are rolling, Chris Petersen became the new Washington football coach, and Robinson Cano is about to sign with the Mariners. Can it get any better than this, Seattle?
Huskies should attract more proven head-coach candidates this time, as they search for a replacement for Steve Sarkisian.
They’re in their own world, again. In another marquee matchup, it seems the Seahawks are playing at a level that only they can reach. It’s like an exclusive party, fun for all invited, except for the whippin’ fodder known as their opponent.
Marshawn Lynch’s legendary 67-yard touchdown run against the Saints nearly three years ago epitomizes the identity of the Seahawks, a team that refuses to give up.
Huskies star Bishop Sankey will let others do the talking. The junior running back ran for 200 yards, leading UW to a 27-17 victory over Washington State in the Apple Cup.
With seven Seahawk drug suspensions in three years, the team’s problem is starting to feel like a crisis.
It didn’t end until the Huskies had pulverized their road woes.
Seahawks have more than met expectations with the NFL’s best record, but history has taught us that doesn’t mean anything.
Harvin played sparingly in the Seahawks’ 41-20 victory over Minnesota. It was only a sip of what he could do. Still, his talent left you laughing so hard that you spit out your drink.