Seatowning: 1/24/12

Jon Kitna is expected to be named head football coach at his alma-mater, Lincoln High School in Tacoma. Lincon’s athletic director, Char Davenport said that she wasn’t aware of any other applicants — my guess is the announcement will come soon after the opening closes on Wednesday. Kitna used to play for the Seahawks — […]


Seatowning: Kevin Millwood Joins The Mariners

Veteran starting pitcher Kevin Millwood will be joining the Seattle Mariners in Spring Training. Kevin Millwood has signed a minor-league contract with the Seattle Mariners. He will likely earn a spot on the big league roster and in the rotation. Millwood isn’t amazing and he isn’t terrible — he’s average. So, expect average and maybe […]

Seatowning 1/21/12: Peyton Siva’s Story

Weekend links for everyone: Peyton Siva is the best basketball player I have ever seen play in a live high school game. That, along with the fact that he’s from Seattle makes him one of my favorite ballers. I had a hard time holding back tears after watching this short CBS Sports video feature on […]

Seatowning: 1/11/12

Today’s links: Edgar Martinez received 36.5% support in this year’s Hall of Fame voting; Jeff Sullivan from Lookout Landing seems apathetic in his latest post. To an extent he is right; Edgar not getting into the hall of fame isn’t the end of the world. His plaque in Cooperstown doesn’t determine his legacy in Seattle. […]

Seatowning: Is Tony Wroten Pac-12 Player Of The Year Material?

Doug Haller from AZ Central asks if Tony Wroten could win Pac-12 player of the year. Wroten is now starting to cut down on his turnovers and free-throws, if he can continue improving on those two aspects of his game, he is for sure a candidate to take home the award. I’ll admit that I […]


Seatowning: Wilcox And Sirmon Join UW, Polk Enters Draft

Justin Wilcox was named Washington’s Defensive Coordinator on Sunday. The Huskies hired Justin Wilcox as defensive coordinator and Peter Sirmon as their new linebackers coach. Both coaches played together and were roommates at Oregon from 1996 to 1999. They both will leave the same positions they held at the University of Tennessee to come back […]

Seatowning: 12/28/11

Art Thiel from Sports Press NW writes about Baylor’s sudden success in sports this year. Their men’s basketball team is ranked No. 15 while their women’s basketball team is No. 1. And their best athlete on campus might not be the Heisman-trophy winning Robert Griffin III (see: Brittney Griner) Here’s what the guys on ESPN […]

Seatowning: Huskies Prepping For Alamo Bowl

Does anyone else out there believe the Huskies can knock off Baylor this Thursday at the Alamo Bowl? With ample preparation time and a healthy Keith Price, I don’t think an upset is completely far-fetched. Sure, RG3 is a Heisman winner and is really good at throwing the football. And sure Washington’s biggest weakness is […]

Seatowning: Logan Morrison Tweets A Prank

The Huskies dominated Cal State Northridge last night at Hec Ed. N’Diaye was back in action after missing two game, he added 11 points and eight rebounds in 16 minutes. UW starts conference play next Thursday against the Beavers. Florida Marlins outfielder Logan Morrison had fun on Twitter tricking some people (including me) into thinking […]

Seatowning 12/19/11: Huskies In Panic Mode

If you consider yourself a Husky fan, you should be in panic mode. Things aren’t right in Montlake. After losing against the South Dakota State Jackrabbits, it’s difficult telling how this team will fare during Pac-12 play. It’s no longer about the players executing their roles, it’s about if the players are even being given […]


Seatowning: Prince Fielder!

Where will Prince Fielder land? Jeff Sullivan from SB Nation says these are the teams left in contention: Blue Jays, Cubs, Rangers and the Mariners. If the Mariner Prince Fielder, would he be the biggest free-agent signing in Seattle sports history? Larry Stone from the Seattle Times explores the question at his Hot Stone League. […]


Seatowning: Seahawks Keep Winning, Doug Baldwin Is Ballin’

Seattle’s new star at the wide receiver position, Doug Baldwin. Are you jumping on the Seahawks bandwagon? The Seahawks came out with a decisive 30-13 victory over the lowly Rams on Monday Night Footbal. The team has now won four of its past five games and has an outside shot of stealing a Wild Card […]

Seatowning: Slowing Down…

I’ll be eating skittles to help me go Beastmode on my schoolwork. Being in college means I have tests to study for these next two weeks. By December 16th, I’ll be free though. The blog will probably slow down just a tad bit. See some Seattle sports links after the jump.  Marshawn Lynch put a […]

Seatowning: 10/26/11, Back In Action!

Wow. No link post since September 9th? I forgot what being busy was. Free time found its way into my life today, and I finally soldiered my way through all the stuff I’ve favorited on twitter and starred on Google Reader for the past month or so. I digress. Here are your links!  Former Seattle […]