From Oregon Live Here’s another sneak peak, as we take a look at what the Oregon Ducks can expect from Cal this weekend. Threat level (1-5 scale): 2. When the nation’s second most productive offense (Oregon) goes against the nation’s third most forgiving defense (Cal), it suggests a blowout. The intrigue lies in seeing how […]
NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks blogger Reggie Gill weighs in today with some opinion on the Marshawn Lynch DUI arrest news coming out of Oakland this past weekend. He states this just couldn’t have happened at a worse time. He asks the questions, are the Seahawks prepared to start rookie Robert Turbin, Leon Washington, or gasp… Kregg Lumpkin? Maybe move Michael Robinson up into Lynch’s position?
NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks blogger Brett Bivens brings us up to speed on the NFL news released tonight by the Mercury News and the Contra Costa Times that Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch was cited for the charges and released on Sunday the 15th of July. He was arrested on suspicion on driving under the influence by the California State Patrol and booked into Santa Rita Jail.
NWSB Insider and Washington Huskies blogger Brandon Choate brings us his reasons why Washington Huskies football head coach Steve Sarkisian is the best coach in the Pac-12. With his player’s coach mentality, his previous experience, and his stellar coaching staff, Sark and the Huskies are looking to reach new heights in the Pac-12.
NWSB writer and Oregon Ducks football insider Chris Anderson gives us his five top reasons why the University of Oregon is the kings of the Pac-12 in recruiting. Head Coach Chip Kelly may miss out on a couple 5 star recruits to the likes of USC or Cal, but he will win over the future players that he knows will help his Ducks team win games. Just look at the likes of De’Anthony Thomas, LaMichael James, and LaGarrette Blount.
NWSB Insider and Oregon Ducks football blogger Bryant Knox weighs in with an opinionated take on the 5 BEST Ducks uniform combinations in recent years. LaMichael James sporting a Nike Pro Combat uniform proved to be hands down the team’s best look of the 2011 college football season. You’ve got to love the Ducks who have become known for their uniforms and their cheerleaders.
Seahawks insider Brandon Choate reached out via Twitter and snagged Seattle Seahawks Tight End Cameron Morrah to ask him a few questions. Morrah dishes about playing TE, playing for Pete Carroll and his future and role with the Seahawks. After starring at Cal, Seattle chose Morrah in the 2009 NFL draft. He suffered an unfortunate turf toe incident before making a comeback at the end of last season.
NWSB Insider and Oregon State Beavers blogger Blair Thomas tells us the belief is cultivating at Gill Coliseum. Everyone in the gym knows that junior guard Cunningham is more than capable of turning Staples into Hinkle Fieldhouse. If UW gets eliminated early, why can’t the Oregon St. Beavers spoil the fun at the 2012 Pac 12 conference basketball tourney?
Washington Huskies beat blogger Clinton Bell tells us that with Doug Nussmeier gone to be the new offensive co-ordinator at Alabama for Nick Saban it is believed that head coach Steve Sarkisian will remain the one in charge of calling the plays for the Huskies in the future. With that in mind, Clinton gives you 5 big reasons why this will not turn out to be such a great idea for coach Sark.
NWSB insider Jason Green breaks down the week 10 matchup between WSU Cougars and the California Golden Bears on Saturday, November 5th, 2011. Washington State had 16 3rd downs in the game on offense and only converted 4 of them. Plus WSU QB Marshall Lobbestael did not have a good game.
Husky insider Brandon Choate breaks down what the Washington Huskies need to do to finish the season out strong against conference foes like Oregon, Stanford and USC. Defense is the key to the Huskies future. With QB Keith Price and RB Chris Polk both finding their rhythm, it is going to take a lot to overcome the Husky offense.
Ducks insider Travis Koehler gives us a rundown of the injury LaMichael James suffered in the blowout win vs Cal. Although it looked and sounded bad on television, the injury to the Ducks running back may not be as bad as people are making it out to be.