Young Passes 2,000 Points, Oregon Beats Washington 78-74

Joseph Young scored 32 points to surpass 2,000 for his four-year career and lead Oregon to a 78-74 over Washington on Wednesday night. Young, who scored 916 points in his first two seasons at Houston, floated in a driving shot with 23.8 seconds left for the winning points. Young, who now has 2,002 points, is the fifth active NCAA Division I player to reach the milestone. Elgin Cook added 16 points for the Ducks (16-7, 6-4 Pac-12). Nigel Williams-Goss led the Huskies (14-8, 3-7) with 19 points, Andrew Andrews added 14 and Shawn Kemp Jr. had 12.

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Sports Briefs Feb. 4

sports3Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman will wait until after the birth of his son to make a decision on how to move forward with his injured left elbow, according to coach Pete Carroll. On his radio show on the team's flagship station yesterday morning, Carroll said that he may have been misled on what type of surgery Sherman might need to repair the ligament damage

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Sports Briefs Feb. 3

sports5The Atlanta Falcons have announced that Seattle defensive coordinator Dan Quinn will be the team's next coach. The Falcons yesterday said Quinn will be introduced at a news conference today. Quinn replaces Mike Smith, who was fired following a 6-10 finish in 2014.

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Seahawks Back In Seattle

crowd hawksA small group of Seahawks fans greeted the team after their plane landed at Sea-Tac Airport on Monday afternoon. The team went straight from the charter plane to waiting buses and did not go through the airport terminal. Some fans were there, holding flags and signs, to greet the team on the tarmac. Quarterback Russell Wilson and coach Pete Carroll walked past and acknowledged them.

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Dealing with Defeat- Shane Rivers From Super Bowl XLIX

SB49-FinalI’m mad. I’m upset. I’m not going to try to pretend that I’m not. I feel that, and it’s going to take me a while to process what happened during the Super Bowl. Let me start by addressing the play that will live on in infamy. When you have Marshawn Lynch and the ball on the one yard line – you run the ball. Period.

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