Washington State Cougars top 5 commitments on 2013 National Signing Day

Mike Leach

NWSB Insider and Washington State Cougars blogger Jordin Ereth breaks down the top 5 letters of inent from National Signing Day. The Cougars recruiting class is only ranked 10th in the conference, but that is due in large part to the elite recruiting classes above them. Mike Leach will look to bounce back in his second season with more talent. Vince Mayle, Paulo Lepua, Tyler Bruggman, Daquawn Brown, Robert Lewis all make the list.

A glimpse to the future of the Seattle Seahawks: 2013 NFL Draft

Seahawks 2012 NFL Draft

NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks blogger Jordin Ereth gives you his top 5 wish list for the upcoming NFL Draft picks for the Seattle Seahawks. Jordin goes defense mainly, with big picks out of the one, two, and four picks, and has quite a little surprise at the number three pick. But you will have to read the article to find out just exactly what that surprise is. Spoiler alert, he’s a beast from the East Side.

2013 Washington St. Cougars Basketball: Month in review

Brock Motum and D.J> Shelton

NWSB Insider and Washington State Cougars basketball blogger Jordin Ereth talks about the month of January for the Cougars. The games have been intense, stressful, competitive, and all of the other anxiety-producing emotions under the sun. Yet the Cougars have not come out victoriously very often. The Cougars are coming off of a nail-biting win over Oregon State. Hopefully this will boost Brock Motom, DaVonte Lacy, and Mike Ladd to greater heights.

Seattle Seahawks 2013 personnel in review: the class of 2012

Pete Carroll & Russell Wilson

NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks blogger Jordin Ereth gives you his analysis of Seattle’s draft picks that ended up impressing instead of disappointing Seattle fans. Mel claimed that Bruce Irvin was more of a late-second round value, Bobby Wagner could have been taken a round later, and he questioned the Russell Wilson pick, considering the Seahawks recently brought in Matt Flynn to likely be the starter.

Seattle Seahawks 2013 personnel in review: The Offense

Lynch

NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks blogger Jordin Ereth weighs in with part 2 of his year in review. A look at the Seahawks 2013 offense. The offense begins and ends with rookie 3rd round draft pick Russell Wilson. The words describing the greatness of this young man are endless. To put it simply, there is no quarterback on this earth I would rather have leading my team than Wilson. Such a positive attitude and he brought life to a city that needed it.

Seattle Seahawks 2013 personnel in review: The Defense

Bobby Wagner

NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks blogger Jordin Ereth weighs in with part 1 of his year in review. A look at the Seahawks 2013 defense. The Seattle Seahawks season began with a certain level of expectations. The defense was youthful with loads of promise and the offense held a top rushing attack. Playoffs were a reasonable goal, and then Russell Wilson threw the ball. The city of Seattle has never been more excited in the history of this franchise.

What I’m watching for Sunday in the Seahawks vs. Falcons match up

Zach Miller vs. Bills

NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks blogger Jordin Ereth brings us up to speed on the storylines he’s watching for Sunday when the Hawks play the Atlanta Falcons on Divisional playoffs Weekend. Jordin says the most intriguing match up is the combination of Richard Sherman and Brandon Browner against Roddy White and Julio Jones. Kam Chancellor has his work cut out for him guarding the Falcons’ Hall of Fame tight end – Tony Gonzalez.

Washington State Cougars football: Five things we learned

Mike Leach

NWSB Insider and Washington State Cougars blogger Jordin Ereth recaps the 2012 college football season and tells us five things he learned about WSU. The Cougars finished their season at 3-9. The wins were few and far between, but they did end the year on a high note with an Apple Cup victory over the bowl-bound Huskies. We learned that the offense was more complex than some expected…

What I’m watching for in the Seahawks vs. Redskins wild card match up

Sherm + Browner 2

NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks blogger Jordin Ereth brings us up to speed on the storylines he’s watching for Sunday when the Hawks play the Washington Redskins on Wildcard Weekend. Jordin says both defenses will be well prepared for their opponents due to the familiarity of the two in practice. This is why the showdown of offensive coordinators could very well decide the outcome. He says watch for Earl Thomas and Bobby Wagner to impress.

What I’m watching for Sunday in the Rams vs. Seahawks matchup

Russell Wilson vs. Rams

NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks blogger Jordin Ereth brings us up to speed on the storylines he’s watching for Sunday when the Hawks play the St. Louis Rams. Richard Sherman’s Pro Bowl selection and appealed suspension should give him motivation to play well, while the team as a whole can’t look past a weaker opponent. Ereth also breaks down the different postseason scenarios.

What I’m watching for Sunday in the Seahawks vs. 49ers match up

Sunday Night Football

NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks blogger Jordin Ereth brings us up to speed on the storylines he’s watching Sunday when the Hawks host divisional foe the San Francisco 49ers & Colin Kaepernick. Marshawn Lynch is the league’s second leading rusher with 1,379 yards and 10 touchdowns on the season. He’ll have to find room to run on Sunday for Seattle to get the W. Russell Okung better bring his A-game protecting Russell Wilson too.

2012 Washington St. Cougars basketball: Month in review

Brock Motum and D.J> Shelton

NWSB Editor and Insider Jordin Ereth reviews the first month of the Washington State Cougars basketball season. After the abysmal year from the Washington State Cougars football program, there was an aura of optimism surrounding the upcoming basketball season. One month into the 2012-2013 campaign, and the Cougars stand at 7-4. Brock Motum is the head of the pack, Mike Ladd is the biggest surprise and Royce Woolridge has the most room for improvement.