Seattle Seahawks Exhibit Opens At EMP Museum

Seahawks fans can see the Lombardi trophy at an exhibit that opened Tuesday at the EMP Museum at the Seattle Center. It's called "We Are 12: the Seattle Seahawks and the Road to Victory." In addition to the Super Bowl trophy the exhibit includes interactive displays and artifacts such as a game football and handwritten coach's notes. SEATTLE (AP) – October 15, 2014

Seahawks Exhibit Opens At EMP Museum

hawks12Seahawks fans can see the Lombardi trophy at an exhibit that opened Tuesday at the EMP Museum at the Seattle Center. It's called "We Are 12: the Seattle Seahawks and the Road to Victory." In addition to the Super Bowl trophy the exhibit includes interactive displays and artifacts such as a game football and handwritten coach's notes.

Huskies set to face nemesis No. 9 Oregon

wa huskiesChris Petersen knows about the rivalry between Oregon and Washington and how one-sided it can be. Except when Petersen was an assistant at Oregon back in the late 1990s, the rivalry had a definite lean toward the Huskies. At his introductory news conference last December, Petersen was asked if he was going to be able to end the Huskies' drought against the Ducks.

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Seattle Banged Up After Loss To Dallas

On top of questions about what they're trying to accomplish on offense, the Seattle Seahawks were left dealing with a list of injuries after losing to Dallas. Cornerback Byron Maxwell suffered a calf strain, while middle linebacker Bobby Wagner is dealing with turf toe that knocked him out for most of the second quarter in Sunday's 30-23 loss to the Cowboys. Seattle coach Pete Carroll said the status of both for Sunday's game at St. Louis is unknown. Carroll said there is no timetable for Maxwell yet, while Wagner's injury will be assessed later in the week. Center Max Unger is also in the same category after missing Sunday's game with a strained foot and tight end Zach Miller will not be back after having ankle surgery during the bye week. RENTON, Wash. (AP) – October 14, 2014

Cougar Football Can't Get Going at No. 25 Stanford

cougs2014Kevin Hogan threw for 284 yards and three touchdowns and No. 25 Stanford slowed down Connor Halliday and the Air Raid offense in a 34-17 victory over Washington State on Friday night. Greg Taboado grabbed his first two career TDs and fellow tight end Eric Cotton had his first scoring catch to help the Cardinal (4-2, 2-1) rebound from a nonconference loss at Notre Dame and renew their chase for a third straight Pac-12 championship.

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