Seahawks 39-30 Victory Over The Pittsburgh Steelers

jeremylane hawks112915Pete Carroll opened his postgame press conference with the obvious.

“What a football game that was today,” the Seahawks coach said after his team’s thrilling 39-30 victory over the Steelers.

Even as the Seahawks head coach was busy trying to help his team hang on for a win, Carroll could also appreciate what was one of the most exciting games of the season.

In a game that featured big plays and clutch third-down conversions from both the Steelers and the Seahawks, there were five lead changes, including three in the fourth quarter in a span of just over four minutes. And unlike in their five losses this season, the Seahawks finished strong against a very good opponent to improve to 6-5.

A big finish against a quality opponent leads our five takeaways from the Seahawks Week 12 win over the Steelers.

1.The Seahawks finished, and they might just have some momentum going in their favor.

2. he offense “looked familiar again.”

3. Once again, Richard Sherman was up to the challenge of guarding an opposing team’s top target.

4. DeShawn Shead also stepped up to a big challenge.

5. The Seahawks finally won the turnover battle and a game on the same day.

November 30, 2015 - full Article at

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Seahawks Fans Invited To Participate In Annual Toys For Tots Drive

hawks toays usmarinecorpRENTON, Wash. - The Seattle Seahawks announced fan activities for the Seahawks vs. Steelers game at CenturyLink Field on Sunday, November 29.  Kickoff is scheduled for 1:25 p.m. and all gates open at 10 a.m.  Boeing is the gameday sponsor and will provide a special edition flag to the first 44,000 fans to arrive at the stadium.
The Seahawks and U.S. Marine Corps Reserve Toys for Tots Foundation will have representatives at CenturyLink Field for the annual toy drive.  Volunteers will be collecting new and unwrapped toys or cash donations.  Fans are encouraged to drop off their donations at one of two Bekins Northwest trucks which will be located on the north and south ends of Occidental Avenue South or at any Edward Jones branch through December 11.  A map of gameday drop off locations can be found at  
Throughout the game, the Seahawks will celebrate youth who have pledged to play 60 minutes a day and stay active.  12 PLAY 60 Ambassadors will join the team on the sideline during pregame introductions.  The youth ambassadors were selected due to their commitment to being healthy through programs like NFL Flag Football, NFL Punt, Pass & Kick (PP&K),  PLAY 60 Challenge and Fuel Up to Play 60 - a program focusing on nutritional education and healthy eating habits for youth. The program is a part of the PLAY 60 umbrella and is supported by the Seahawks and the Washington State Dairy Council.  The Seahawks will also recognize the 40 regional finalists from the NFL PP&K program.

Seattle native and contestant on season eight of NBC's The Voice, Kimberly Nichole will perform the national anthem.  Immediately following the national anthem, The Boeing Company will perform a flyover with the 747-8 Spirit of 12s freighter which features joint Seahawks and Boeing colors.  The flyover is subject to weather conditions.

The team's #12sCam will stream live video of fans from Touchdown City from 10 a.m. - 1 p.m.  The #12sCam captures the mood and excitement of gameday and provides a platform for fans to share messages, cheers and shout-outs to players, coaches, family and friends.
The band Curb Appeal will perform rock music on the outdoor stage located at the northwest entrance to the stadium from 11-11:35 a.m. and from 11:45 a.m.-12:15 p.m. Mycle Wastman will perform soul and R&B music in the Brougham Beer Hall from 11:45 a.m.-12:45 p.m.

The gameday hashtag is #PITvsSEA. Fans are encouraged to check-in to CenturyLink Field on Facebook and tweet their gameday photos to @12s, an account curated by the Seahawks, using the hashtag #GoHawks.  For stadium and traffic updates, follow and direct questions to @CenturyLink_Fld utilizing the hashtag #AskCLF.  The customer service staff at The Pro Shop is also ready to address retail related gameday questions at @SeahawksProShop.

November 28, 2015

APPLE CUP – WSU Cougars @ UW Huskies

applecup2015APPLE CUP – WSU Cougars @ UW Huskies
10:30 AM Pregame
12:30 PM Kickoff



All the football games will be aired on KMAS 1030AM & 103.3FM only. Streaming online at will have previously played programs during the special holiday broadcasts.

November 27, 2015


UPDATE: Gonzaga Over UW 80 - 64

gonzaga uw battle4atlantis#10 Gonzaga reaches #Battle4Atlantis semi-final with 80-64 win, handing Washington its first loss. Gonzage will play the winner of the Texas A&M vs. Texas tomorrow at 10 AM PST. Texas A&M vs. Texas play at 4PM PST today.

PARADISE ISLAND, Bahamas - Gonzaga's men's basketball team will take on Washington in the opening round of the Battle 4 Atlantis on Nov. 25 in Paradise Island, Bahamas.

The Zags will renew the in-state rivalry with the Huskies one year earlier than planned, as the teams had inked a four-year home-and-home series to begin in 2016-17. The teams last played Dec. 9, 2006, in the McCarthey Athletic Center, with the host Bulldogs taking a 97-77 victory. The Huskies had snapped a seven-game losing streak in the series the previous season with a 99-95 home victory.

Gonzaga is coming off a school-record 35-3 season accompanied by a record 22-game win streak, WCC regular season and tournament titles, and a trip to the Elite Eight last season. The Zags return leading scorer Kyle Wiltjer, leading rebounder Domantas Sabonis and two-year starter Przemek Karnowski. All three were All-WCC performers, with Wiltjer earning multiple All-America honors.

The first day of the 2015 Battle 4 Atlantis welcomes four games, beginning with the below matchups, with all Tournament games times to be determined at a later date:

Gonzaga University vs. University of Washington will broadcast on KMAS 1030 and 103.3FM, starting at 8:40AM.

November 25, 2015 - KMAS Newsradio


Butler Scores 22, Bulls Beat Blazers In Rose's Return

PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) - Jimmy Butler scored 22 points, Derrick Rose added 17 in his return to the lineup and the Chicago Bulls held off the Portland Trail Blazers 93-88 on Tuesday night.

Rose had missed two games with a left ankle injury. His floating jumper stretched Chicago's lead to 78-65 early in the fourth quarter, but Portland rallied within 78-76 on Ed Davis' tip shot.

Damian Lillard missed a 3-pointer to tie it for Portland with 2:25 left, then missed the second of a pair of free throws with 20.7 seconds left that would have also pulled the Blazers into a tie.

Lillard finished with 19 points, 10 rebounds and eight assists. He shot 4 of 22 from the field. CJ McCollum added 18 points.

November 25, 2015