Jeff Collier


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.


Super Bowl 2011 Score: Mike Wallace Score On Beatiful Pass From Roethisberger, Steelers Add Two Point Conversion To Cut Into Packer Lead 28-25

Here come The Steelers! Ben Roethlisberger was able to cut into the Green Bay lead by launching a beautiful touch pass into the corner of the endzone to MIke Wallace. The score was from 25 yards...

Super Bowl 2011 Score: 38 Yard Pass From Aaron Roders to Jordy Nelson Sets Up Score To Make It 28-17

The touchdown came off of an eight yard pass to Greg Jennings, but the big play was a 38 yard pass from Aaron Rodgers to Jordy Nelson where he very nearly out ran Troy Polamalu into the endzone....

Super Bowl 2011: Tramon Williams Costs The Packers Valuable Field Position

Late in the Third quarter, Green Bay is sliding. They had a monster lead and now it's down to only four points. A good drive, of course, would remedy this. How do you start a good drive? There is...

2011 Super Bowl Commericals: Bieber And Ozzy Steal The Show

Does anyone else think it's ironic that Best Buy is doing their biggest spot of the year complaining about how technology moves too fast. Don't bite the hand that feeds you guys... Odd couple...

Super Bowl 2011 Score: Steelers Turn Back To Run Game, Cut Green Bay Lead Down To 21-17

I have been saying all along that Pittsburgh needs to get their pass game going to get back into this game. Looks like I was wrong. Pittsburgh just took the ball 50 yards in five plays, all five...

2011 Super Bowl Halftime Show: Black Eyed Peas, And Special Guests, Perform Best Halftime Show In Years

We may have ruined the surprise early, but that doesn't mean it was any less awesome. The Black Eyed Peas, with their special guests Slash and Usher, gave Super Bowl audiences the best halftime...

2011 Super Bowl Commercials: How Does Snickers Replace Betty White? With Roseanne Of Course

Snickers has always been know for great commercials, and last year's Betty White and Abe Vigoda ad took the cake.  This year they went a little bit of a different route. Instead of really old...

Super Bowl 2011 Score: Roethlisberger To Ward Gets Pittsburgh Back Into The Game, Green Bay leads 21-10 At Half

The Steelers desperately needed to regain some momentum before they enter the locker room, and they did just that. Two straight passes from Ben Roethlisberger to Hines Ward ended with a touchdown...

Super Bowl 2011 Score: Aaron Rodgers To Greg Jennings Gives The Packers A 21-3 Lead

Aaron Rodgers is on the top of his game, and the Steelers are have a difficult time trying to stop him. Aaron Rodgers led his team on a four play, 53 yard drive that concluded on a 21 yard pass to G...

Super Bowl Score: Packers Lead 14-3 After Sean Suisham Puts The Steelers On The Board

After throwing an interception on the last drive, Ben Roethlisberger rebounds and leads his Steelers on a 13 play drive that spanned 49 yards and drained 6:27 off of the clock. While they would...

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