SAN FRANCISCO — It was all there for the Seahawks on Sunday — a chance to win the division title on the home turf of the defending champs (and their most heated rival) and send a message that the balance of power in the NFC West had changed for good.
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Washington State football players probably weren’t surprised when the news came down Sunday that WSU is headed to the New Mexico Bowl on Dec. 21. Their coach, Mike Leach, hadn’t done much to keep them in suspense.
SEATTLE — As expected, the Fight Hunger Bowl on Sunday evening officially announced its Dec. 27 matchup: Washington (8-4) vs. Brigham Young (8-4) at San Francisco’s AT&T Park, home of MLB’s San Francisco Giants.
SOUTH BEND — Riding tremendous advantages in shooting and rebounding, South Bend stunned Hoquiam, 57-44, in a non-league girls basketball game Saturday night at Koplitz Fieldhouse.
PORT ANGELES — Bryan McGriff poured through 30 points as Grays Harbor College held off the Blue Angels, 91-87, in the Peninsula Pirate Classic on Saturday in Port Angeles.
INDIANAPOLIS — Big Ten, there will be no national championship for you.
Wrestling, basketball postponed
TEMPE, Ariz. — Minutes before Stanford charges onto the field Saturday to defend its Pac-12 title and define its legacy, the Cardinal’s heart, soul, guts and conscience will rise to address the team.
When New York City and Orlando add Major League Soccer franchises in 2015, the league will have more than doubled in size since the 2004 season.
Verne Lundquist has had a wonderful broadcasting life. The veteran CBS play-by-play man has been fortunate enough to call some of the most iconic moments of the past 30 years.
In this corner, NASCAR and one of its crown-jewel facilities: Texas Motor Speedway in Dallas-Fort Worth.
HOUSTON, Texas — The Houston Texans relieved Gary Kubiak of his duties as head coach on Friday, less than 24 hours after the team was dealt its 11th consecutive loss with a 27-20 setback at Jacksonville.