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.
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.
NWSB Insider Blair Thomas asks five very important questions regarding the Portland TrailBlazers. With the off-season off and running for the Blazers, Blair poses some good questions to the franchise. What are the teams areas of concern and who will take over both the Coach and GM positions? The team has two players that other teams have strong interest in: Nicolas Batum and LaMarcus Aldridge.
NWSB Insider and Huskies blogger Brandon Choate brings us a look back at the 2011-2012 Washington Huskies Mens Basketball team. With all the pressure on Terrence Ross and Tony Wroten, then team had it’s moments – good and bad. Through the ups and the downs, the Huskies found a way to stay in it on their way to winning the Pac12 conference season title.
NWSB Insider and Pac 12 college basketball blogger Rick Stella tells us Over the next week, all eyes will be on Jared Cunningham and the decision he needs to make about whether or not he will enter the NBA draft. The only thing Rick wonders is wouldn’t it have been nice If only he was writing this article after they hoisted the CBI trophy; there’s always next year Beavers nation…
NWSB Insider Jason Green and Pac 12 hoops blogger Jason Green has his WSU Cougars recap article. Five things he learned about the Cougs hoops team. This season gives WSU fans hope for next season. The players that are coming back give the Cougars a lot of high hopes. Brock Motum (18.1 ppg 6.5 ppg) had a good season and he and 3rd leading scorer Reggie Moore (10.2 ppg) will be back.
Q the Senior editor here at NWSB has the Washington season recap article. The Huskies had a great year offensively with Chris Polk rushing for 1,488 yards with 12 TD and Keith Price passing for 3,063 yards with 33 TD. On defense though the UW gave up 777 yards in the 2011 Alamo Bowl game and Robert Griffin III did major damage to Nick Holt’s defense. Bye Bye Nick Holt. Hello Justin Wilcox.
Seattle Seahawks blogger C-Mac weighs in with his 2011 No holds barred assessment of the 2011 Seattle Seahawks. This is it. The last game of the season was yesterday for the Seahawks. C-Mac points out with the Seahawks current situation though, alongside John Schneider, Pete Carroll has some time to build a winner. Year Three will be the best indicator and it can’t come soon enough.
NWSB insider Matt Martz brings us the year in review for the 2011 Inaugural season for the Portland Timbers. This season saw a stunning upset over the eventual champions as well as some highlight reel moments from Darlington Nagbe and Troy Perkins. Rookie Deigo Chara shone while veteran Jack Jewsbury helped guide the Timbers squad.
Jason Green one of our Pac 12 bloggers has the Washington State Cougars season recap article. The Cougars didn’t achieve the success they hoped for in 2011. Firing Paul Wulff at the end of the year and bringing in Mike Leach (Former Texas Tech coach). Connor Halliday, Marquess Wilson, Rickey Galvin and Carl Winston all return in 2012.
Jason Green one of our Pac 12 bloggers has the Oregon State Beavers season recap article. The Beavers had a nightmare of a season going 3-9 and failed to make it to a bowl game for the 2nd straight season. The Beavers have the tools on offense to turn things around next season. Sean Mannion and Malcolm Agnew are back in 2012.