*My* must watch Seattle Seahawks games of 2013

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NWSB Editor and Insider Chris Anderson talks about the top 5 games on Seattle’s schedule that you must tune into this next season. With the Seahawks priming themselves for a run at the NFC and the Super Bowl, there will be plenty of opportunities for other teams to play the role of the spoiler next year. Among Seattle’s top opponents in 2013 are San Francisco, Houston, and Indianapolis. Tune in!

Reasons to attend the UW Men’s Basketball alumni event!!!

Nate Robinson (left) and Brandon Roy (right) will be in attendance for the 2013 UW Alumni Event.

NWSB Insider and University of Washington Blogger Erin Acacio breaks down why every UW fan should attend the 2013 Alumni event. Among the reasons are an All-Star-type atmosphere, a three-point contest, a dunk contest and a number of returning superstars. Those expected to be in attendance are Brandon Roy, Nate Robinson, Terrence Rosee, Spencer Hawes and more. Tickets are cheap, so all true UW fans should check this event out.

Felix gets downright Franklin against the Padres

Felix gets win number 100 in Houston on Monday night

NWSB Insider and Seattle Mariners’ blogger gives you his love ‘em and hate ‘em from the final game of the brief series down in San Diego. With the Mariners coming away with a 7-1 triumph that saw Seattle crush five home runs, there was clearly plenty of love to give. Not only does Nick Franklin deserve praise for blasting two home runs in the game, Brendan Ryan found the home run swing as well!

Must watch Ducks games in 2013

Can the Ducks continue to build their national brand in 2013? (Photo: oregonlive.com)

NWSB Editor and Insider Chris Anderson talks about the top 5 games on Oregon’s schedule in 2013. While the schedule is riddled with high-profile contests and nationally televised games, none are more enticing than games against Tennessee, Washington, Stanford, Oregon State, and UCLA. Tennessee will become the first SEC in quite some time to make the trip to Autzen, signaling the first great game of 2013 for the Ducks.

Message from management: Perform, or else

Jesus Montero Seattle Mariners

NWSB Insider and Seattle Mariners blogger Clinton Bell tells us what Jesus Montero and Dustin Ackley will have to do to make it back up to the big league club. With a slew of roster moves the past week and a half, the two biggest names to be shuttled down I-5 were Montero and Ackley. Both seem to have lost the hitting feeling, and have been given the chance to go down to Tacoma to work on it. With Montero though it seems his catching days are over…

Mariners’ organization lacks organization and plans

Wedge is done after three seasons in the Emerald City

NWSB Insider and Seattle Mariners’ blogger Jeff Budke has had it with the Mariners’ front office. From the top management to Eric Wedge, Jeff voices his opinion on how lowly the organization has been the past decade. Seeing an excess of talent shipped away only for drearier results, Seattle’s organization must change if it is to succeed at any point in the future. The time for Eric Wedge may be running out.

Seattle Mariners rookie Brandon Maurer needs to be sent down

Maurer struggled initially to find any rhythm. (Joe Nicholson/USA Today Sports)

NWSB Insider and Seattle Mariners’ blogger Jonas Hyde asks what do the M’s have to do with rookie pitcher Brandon Maurer. Perhaps Andrew Carraway can show a little something. While Felix Hernandez and Hisashi Iwakuma hold down the top end as two aces should, and Joe Saunders and Aaron Harang at least offer some promise. News broke. Maurer has been sent down. Alex Liddi is on his way up.

Football trend is complete in the Trufant family

2011 Apple Cup Observations

NWSB Insider and Washington Huskies’ blogger Eric Acacio talks about the Trufant brothers and how they have become a trio in the NFL. Desmond is the last Trufant brother to finish his college football career in the state of Washington. Each of them started their football careers at Woodrow Wilson High School in Tacoma and then parted ways as they played football at different colleges. Although their choices in college were different, they all finished with the same result by making football into their career.

2013 Heisman odds: Ducks Thomas & Mariota among favorites

De'Anthony Thomas and Marcus Mariota are Heisman hopefuls entering the 2013 season. (Photo/Don Ryan/AP)

NWSB Editor breaks down why the Oregon Ducks’ De’Anthony Thomas and Marcus Mariota are Heisman Trophy hopefuls entering the 2013 college football season. According to Cappers Picks, Thomas is a 14/1 odds favorite while Mariota is 16/1. Both players are among the top 11 Heisman favorites, and the only other Pac-12 player to make the list is Marquis Lee out of USC.

Kam Chancellor’s new role with the Seahawks

Kam Chancellor Seahawks Safety

NWSB Editor and Insider Chris Anderson talks about Kam Chancellor’s new role with the Seattle Seahawks. A new extension added to his contract, Chancellor will be expected to become a leader for the Seahawks. Recently speaking out about Bruce Irvin’s four-game suspension and the attitude of the team, Chancellor made sure to point out that he is already en route to becoming quite the leader in Seattle.

Mariners absolutely dominate Padres 9-0 on Memorial Day

Three cheers for Aarong Harang! Hip Hip! No....

NWSB Insider and Seattle Mariners’ blogger Jeff Budke talks about the Seattle Mariners win over the San Diego Padres today. It would appear the M’s are feeling the positive vibes right now. Jesus Montero and Dustin Ackley have both gone down to AAA, in their place are Jesus Sucre, Nick Franklin, and Carlos Triunfel. They’ve won 2 in a row now. And are playing some great baseball. Go M’s, let’s get a winning streak going this time.

Whan can the Mariners expect from Nick Franklin?

Nick Franklin

NWSB blogger and Mariners blogger Jon Irwin gives his take on what to expect from top prospect Nick Franklin’s call up. As announced on Monday the M’s have optioned Dustin Ackley to Triple-A Tacoma in order to bring up Franklin. It’s expected that the top prospect will need an adjustment period, but with some time he could turn into a big offensive weapon for the Mariners.

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