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Jeff was born and raised in the Seattle area. He grew up a Seattle sports fan and fell in love with all things Mariners, Seahawks, and college sports. Jeff is 18 and is currently a freshman at Washington State University. He plans to major in Broadcast Communication from the Edward R. Murrow College of communication and want to get a job in sports broadcasting in the future. Jeff also writes a column for the WSU student newspaper "The Daily Evergreen" that appears both online and in the paper (almost) every week.
David Stern doesn't see a problem with Clay Bennett heading the relocation committee and he resents you for even thinking there would be one
Oregon coach Dana Altman led his new team to his former home, but the Ducks fell short against Creighton on Monday night. The Blue Jays from Creighton made nine of their first ten shots and were up...
One of the best basketball finishes ever is capped by a fantastic call on the mic by a Spanish announcer.
Washington has all but locked up a bid to the NCAA Tournament and now the only question is where they will be seeded. Meanwhile, Washington State's NCAA Tournament hopes have been officially dashed and they look towards, hopefully, hosting a couple NIT games.
Tonight's Washington vs. Washington State game could go a long way towards seeing who is going to make the NCAA Tournament.
The final stretch run into Selection Sunday is upon us. We take a look at where some of the most reliable sources in bracketology place our favorite teams.
Both Washington and Washington State lost on Saturday, putting NCAA Tournament hopes in jeopardy for both schools. With a matchup between the two on the horizon we look at what could be the past-season destinations for both schools.
Washington State has had an up and down year, but all of their hope hinge on the final couple games of the season. How can The Cougars make it into the NCAA Tournament?
With Selection Sunday just a week and a half away, we start to step up our Bracketology coverage. Today, we take a look the latest bracket projections from bracketology leaders from around the internet.
Washington suffered a heartbreak in the desert on a national stage. Does that loss hurt them in seed projections when it comes to the NCAA Tournament?
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