Washington plays its final game at Husky Stadium Saturday before a $200 million renovation that will close the facility until 2013. Part 2 of 4: A look at the great moments of the 1980s.
Author: Steve Rudman & Art Thiel
Washington plays its final game at Husky Stadium Saturday before a $200 million renovation that will close the facility until 2013. Part I: A look at the wild 1970s.
Red zone failures and special teams flubs factored big in the Seahawks’ 34-12 loss to Cincinnati. Despite a 2-5 record, Seattle remains in second place in the horrid NFC West.
The Cincinnati Bengals come to town Sunday with a quarterback, Andy Dalton, that the Seahawks could — and maybe should — have taken in the April draft. The debate:
With RB Marshawn Lynch a pre-game scratch, the Seahawks generated 137 total yards of offense in a ghastly 6-3 loss to the Cleveland Browns; Whitehurst no match for no-huddle
The Andrew Luck-led Stanford Cardinal, ranked No. 7, had no trouble obliterating Washington in Palo Alto. Unbelievably, Stanford rushed for a record 446 yards.
Sportspress Northwest columnists Rudman and Thiel mull the possibilities attendant to potentially the best UW game of the year so far — at Stanford on Saturday evening.
The UW scored touchdowns on its first five possessions and became the first team in school history to score 30+ in its first six games in routing Colorado at Husky Stadium Saturday.
The Seahawks hadn’t beaten the Giants in the Big Apple since 1983. Then they lost their starting quarterback, Tarvaris Jackson, and still managed to escape with a win.
After a sluggish first half, quarterback Keith Price and running back Chris Polk led Washington to a decisive Pac-12 victory over Utah in Salt Lake City.