From 107 rivalry games between Washington and Washington State, a series that dates to 1900,15 players went on to become pro or college football hall of famers.
Author: David Eskenazi
The 1959-60 Washington Huskies outscored 22 opponents by a combined 525 points to 180 and won back-to-back Rose Bowls, defeating Wisconsin 44-8 and Minnesota 17-7.
The Seattle Rangers of the Continental League succeeded the Seattle Ramblers and provided the city with pro football prior to the arrival of the Seahawks in 1976.
Author Jeff Obermeyer has written an informative and entertaining new book chronicling the rise and fall of the Seattle Totems, who played from 1958-75.
Master shell builder George Yeoman Pocock will enter the State of Washington Sports Hall of Fame Tuesday at Safeco Field, some 55 years after he should have been enshrined.
Forty-seven years after establishing an NCAA record that still stands, Washington’s Al Worley is a nominee for the College Football Foundation Hall of Fame.
This week’s U.S. Open at Chambers Bay will mark the 10th major championship, pro and amateur, conducted in Washington state by the USGA or PGA.
The Mariners and Red Sox will celebrate black baseball history Saturday in a a “Turn Back The Clock” garbed as the Seattle Steelheads and Boston Royal Giants.
Tacoma’s Herman Brix starred in football and track at the University of Washington before becoming a fixture in Hollywood films from the mid-1930s through the 1960s.
Nearly 50 years ago, the Seattle University Chieftains, led by Tom Workman, handed eventual national champion Texas Western its only loss in the Miners’ 28-1 season.