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  • Commentary: Sounders MLS Cup unifies city, community in celebrating a collective title

    SEATTLE — Today was more than a celebration of soccer in this city. Today was a much-needed celebration of our city: a celebration of civic pride – and, for a few hours at least, one unified purpose and cause. MLS Cup 2019 wasn’t just the highest attended soccer match in this state’s history. It set an attendance record for any sporting event ever held at CenturyLink Field. It was a stadium bursting at the seams with people, with energy, with […]

  • Seattle Dragons president talks draft results, schedule release on ‘Q It Up Sports’

    XFL Seattle Dragons president Ryan Gustafson joined Q13 Fox Sports Director Aaron Levine on ‘Q It Up Sports’ on Sunday night to discuss the recent XFL draft and schedule release. The Dragons have five home games at CenturyLink Field this season, starting in consecutive weeks on Saturday February 15 and Saturday February 22. Both games will be on Q13 Fox. Interview above.

  • Commentary: Proper evaluation of Seahawks won’t be valid until after upcoming stretch through mid-December

    Halfway into the season, the question is simple: How good are the Seahawks? My answer: We’re about to really find out. Believe me, a 6-2 start has been exceptional – I’m hardly complaining. We all know it’s never easy to win games against anyone in the NFL. But those six wins have come against teams that are a combined 13-31-1 this season, while the two losses have been against teams that are combined 12-3. It basically means that they’ve won […]

  • Commentary: Jordan Morris is much more than just your undoubted MLS Comeback Player of the Year

    If there was any question before yesterday, there shouldn’t be now: Jordan Morris is Major League Soccer’s Comeback Player of the Year (he’s a finalist – but he is in my mind). And he’s officially a bonafide star who gets to play for his hometown team. I don’t need to remind anyone that this time last year, the Mercer Island native was recovering from a torn ACL, suffered before last season even began. Yesterday, he was scoring three goals, including […]

  • Commentary: It’s still early, but Russell Wilson is currently the league’s MVP

    We start tonight with the league MVP. Because that’s what Russell Wilson is. And our commentary might be an opinion. But it’s one loaded with facts. Russell Wilson now has 14 touchdown passes – 17 total touchdowns – and no interceptions this season. He’s completed about 73% of his passes. He’s now thrown 207 straight passes without an interception, which is a franchise record. But most of all: He just wins games – and he gets his teammates to believe. […]

  • Seattle T-Birds goalie Roddy Ross on “Q It Up Sports”

    Seattle Thunderbirds goaltender Roddy Ross joined Q13 Fox Sports Director Aaron Levine in-studio Sunday night on “Q It Up Sports.” Ross, a sixth-round pick by the Philadelphia Flyers, is starting his second season playing for the T-Birds after spending time with the Flyers at training camp. He’s already been named WHL Goaltender of the Week once this season after making 50 saves in their season opener. Interview above.

  • Commentary: Alzheimer’s takes a life but not a spirit that lives on through Mariners outfielder

    I did not know Suzy Bishop. But thanks to former Huskies and current Mariners outfielder, Braden Bishop, I feel like I did. Sadly, Mrs. Bishop passed away this weekend, about five years after being diagnosed with early-onset Alzheimer’s disease. A few years back, Braden started the 4MOM Charity, raising money for Alzheimer’s research. It was the continuation of what began when every player on the Huskies and Arizona wrote “4MOM” on their arms, shoes and wristbands on a Mother’s Day […]

  • Commentary: A thank you – and an apology – to “The King,” Felix Hernandez

    I want to start tonight by apologizing to Felix Hernandez. No one deserves a bigger apology than “The King.” Yes, Thursday night was emotional. It was special. It was memorable. Watching Felix take the mound one last time, seeing his affection for this city, his genuine love for the fans – and that incredible reciprocation back – was one last reminder: Felix has been (and is) an extraordinary sports figure who will be forever loved in this city. And all […]

  • Commentary: Antonio Brown was a locker room cancer the Seahawks didn’t need

    I start with a sigh of relief that the circus did NOT come to town this weekend. Because it would have been a gong show with the clown named Antonio Brown. Now don’t get me wrong: Is Brown one of the most talented and dangerous receivers in the league? Yes. Could the Seahawks use help at the receiver position this season? Sure. And if you threw out all the distractions and baggage and attitude and ego and entitlement and just […]

  • Commentary: Clowney trade is crowning achievement in masterful offseason by Seahawks GM

    This week, there were a couple stories involving Seahawks general manager John Schneider: First, that John Schneider finally met John Schneider the actor from The Dukes of Hazzard. How that didn’t move the needle more, I’ll never know. And second, only the biggest, most lopsided and incredible trade I can ever remember: The Seahawks acquisition of Jadeveon Clowney. To recap, Clowney, one of the most dominant defensive linemen in the league who has made the Pro Bowl three straight years, […]

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