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    Commentary: Apple Cup or not, Luke Falk needs the week off

    With Apple Cup now less than a week away, let me reiterate what I say every year: I have no stake in this game. But if Washington State quarterback Luke Falk plays, I’ll be a bit disappointed. Listen, I’m not a doctor nor do I profess to know a thing about his health or what’s going on behind the scenes. What I do know is, I watched Falk take a massive blow to the head last week against UCLA, and […]

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    Secret Is out: World Squash Championships take over Bellevue

    It’s a sport that’s often overlooked. “It’s like a well-kept secret,” said Azam Khan, head squash pro at PRO Sports Club in Bellevue. But this week at the Meydenbauer Center in Bellevue, the secret is out. The best men’s squash players in the world are competing for a World Title for the first time on American soil. “It’s kind of like having the Super Bowl here, or the NBA Finals,” added Azam Khan. It’s a huge step forward, thanks to […]

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    Commentary: WSU Football is the feel-good story of the Pac-12

    We start with the most surprising – and most refreshing – story in the Pac-12 this year: The Washington State Cougars rise to relevance. You could call their final-minute comeback win at UCLA last night a defining moment – or simply another stop in a revenge tour that continues to break long-standing stigmas. Either way, it’s officially become a season of redemption for the Cougs, who are one missed-field goal away from controlling their path to the Pac-12 title game. […]

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    Men’s World Squash Championships Comes to Bellevue

    For the first time in its history, the Men’s World Squash Championships are being held on U.S. soil – and Bellevue, WA is the host. Beginning on Sunday, 112 of the best squash players in the world will compete for the crown. The Main Draw will be held at Meydenbauer Center in Bellevue. Tickets are available at

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    Sounders FC analyst Taylor Graham breaks down the end of the season

    Former Sounders FC player and current team analyst Taylor Graham joined Q13 Fox Sports Director Aaron Levine on “Q It Up Sports” on Sunday night, breaking down the end of the Sounders season, following a loss to FC Dallas in the Western Conference Semifinals.

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    Commentary: Mizzou’s potential boycott is a fascinating study

    We start by bringing attention to the ongoing situation with the Missouri football team. A group of players has threatened to boycott all football activities until their school president, Tim Wolfe, resigns. It comes in the wake of racially charged incidents at the school, and their contention that Wolfe has failed to respond appropriately to student concerns. For now, Wolfe has no plans on stepping down. Today, Missouri’s football coach and former Huskies assistant coach Gary Pinkel tweeted this powerful […]

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    Commentary: A Pirate on Halloween Night? For WSU, You Couldn’t Write a Better Script

    We start with a simple thought: That there’s nothing much better than a pirate on Halloween night. College Gameday or not, it’s safe to say next Saturday will be a wild scene on the Palouse. It really has a lot of people shaking their heads: How did the Cougs get here? From one of the most embarrassing losses in school history to Portland State in Week One – and now a chance to take control of the Pac-12 North with […]

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    Commentary: The Huskies Need To Close ‘The Zone’ at Halftime

    We start with the idea of enabling – which, by all intents and purposes is being done at the University of Washington. The school is enabling some members of its fan base to look like embarrassments by opening “The Zone” during halftime. For those unfamiliar, “The Zone” is really a fantastic spot, right next to Husky Stadium, where fans can tailgate before games, providing activities and (most importantly to some) alcoholic beverages for purchase. Yes – alcohol that is not […]

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    Seahawks release B.J. Daniels, Rod Smith

    SEATTLE — The Seattle Seahawks released B.J. Daniels on Tuesday along with running back Rod Smith. Daniels made his lone catch as a Hawk on Monday Night Football against the Detroit Lions, as he made the transition from quarterback to receiver. The Hawks — with injuries to Tharold Simon, Tye Smith and Marcus Buryley — are now expected to sign a cornerback to fill that void. Smith was likely released to make room for Marshawn Lynch, who is expected back […]

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    Commentary: Sarkisian’s plight is no longer a joking matter

    Until today, I admit to trolling Steve Sarkisian and USC – for making fun of his tumultuous time there, including a couple of bad losses, which included Thursday night’s loss to the Huskies. Tonight though – all of those jokes come to an end. Earlier today, USC Athletic Director Pat Haden announced that Sarkisian was taking an indefinite leave of absence from his head coaching position. The LA Daily News reports that players noticed Sark wasn’t sober at a special […]