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The Seattle Sockeye

Photo credit: SeattleSockeye.org When you talk about Seattle Sports, teams like the Seahawks, Mariners and Huskies come up, and rightfully so. They are established, participate in popular American sports and are big money makers. But there’s one Seattle team out there that doesn’t get enough credit for being exciting, being masters of their craft and […]

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Join The SeaTown Sports NCAA Tourney Bracket Group!

It’s that time again! Join the 2012 SeaTown Sports NCAA Tourney Bracket Group. Why? Because you can witness history as all of the top basketball minds of the world come together, join a group, put together brackets, and put on a show for the ages. Or something like that. The group is public and through […]

A Message From The Editor

I am very excited to take over as the new head editor of SeaTown Sports. But first, I’d like to take the time to say that this website would not be possible without the hard work put forth before me by Kevin Cacabelos and his staff. I have only been at SeaTown Sports for about […]

A New Chapter At SeaTown Sports

I’m happy to announce that I’ve handed off head editor duties to Alex Gallant. As you might’ve noticed, my contributions to SeaTown Sports have reduced in the past couple of months. I’ve decided to focus my energy towards writing for SB Nation Seattle, but plan on continuing to stay on in an emeritus role here […]

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Defending The Indefensible: Why Skip Bayless Is OK By Me

“I hate him more than any person in the world.” – Charles Barkley on Skip Bayless American sports fans love to be critical of commentators, announcers and analysts. We all believe we can somehow talk about the current game better than the dressed up guy on the screen. While every analyst gets picked on to […]

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Raising Breast Cancer Awareness: Climbing Denali

Next June, a former classmate of mine at Seattle Prep, Kristen Burrows will climb Mount Denali (also known as Mount McKinley). Leading up to her climb up the tallest mountain in North America, Burrows is raising money for the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center to fight Breast Cancer. Burrows, an aspiring mountaineer has already climbed […]

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Mailbag: Favorite Sports Nickname?

Every Tuesday, Brian Elsner (Wait For It Seattle) and I will be answering questions from readers. These questions will vary from sports specific to awesome specific. Keep them coming. Send all questions to our Facebook pages at Wait For It Seattle or SeaTown Sports. Or leave us a comment here. Best nickname you’ve ever heard in sports? […]

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Mailbag: Happy With The Huskies?

Every Tuesday, Brian Elsner (Wait For It Seattle) and I will be answering questions from readers. These questions will vary from sports specific to awesome specific. Keep them coming. Send all questions to our Facebook pages at Wait For It Seattle or SeaTown Sports. Or leave us a comment here. Husky FB expectation question. Not suprising the […]

Seatowning 11/15/11

The Huskies crushed the Portland Pilots 93-63, and ended their three-game stretch in The World Vision Classic with a 3-0 record. Terrence Ross dropped 24 points and a career-high six three-pointers. Washington’s next game is on the road at St. Louis. The Mariners are willing to include some cash for any team that is willing […]

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Mailbag: Who Will Have A Better Season, Gonzaga Or Washington?

Every Tuesday, Brian Elsner (Wait For It Seattle) and I will be answering questions from readers. These questions will vary from sports specific to awesome specific. Keep them coming. If you have a question for us, go to the Facebook page of Wait For It Seattle or SeaTown Sports. Or leave us a comment here. Who finishes […]

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Mailbag: Are Sounders FC Fans The Best Fans In Seattle?

Every Tuesday, Brian Elsner (Wait For It Seattle) and I will be answering questions from readers. These questions will vary from sports specific to awesome specific. Keep them coming. If you have a question for us, go to the Facebook page of Wait For It Seattle or SeaTown Sports. Or leave us a comment here. After listening […]

Mailbag: Can 2011-12 Huskies Advance Past Sweet 16?

Every Tuesday, Brian Elsner (Wait For It Seattle) and I will be answering questions from readers. These questions will vary from sports specific to awesome specific. Keep them coming. If you have a question for us, go to the Facebook page of Wait For It Seattle or SeaTown Sports. Or leave us a comment here.     […]

Learning Lessons From Katie Collier And Andrew Moritz

Complaining, whining and making excuses is the easiest way we deal with our problems. They momentarily distract us from confronting our real problems. They provide temporary relief to our pain.  And they give us a false sense of security. Today, I had a below average day. I took my Spanish midterm and I’m sure I […]

The Sportisphere – Weekly National Roundup 10-9-11

Sportisphere is a weekly column on SeaTown Sports that covers what has happened over the week in sports across the nation, with a Northwest spin on it. Al Davis Death On Saturday, Raiders owner and general manager Al Davis passed away at the age of 82. From 1966 until his death, Davis was the Raiders […]

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