So, I'm a day late on posting this article, but I have a great reason for it: I was one of the 10,000 plus in Beasley for the hardwood Apple Cup part one. That was obviously the game of the week (Unless you just love all-star exhibition football). For all of SB Nation Seattle's coverage of this week, read on.
Monday, Jan 24
Results: MBB: Fresno State Bulldogs Def. Seattle University Red Hawks (86-56) [Covered by Seattle Times]
- While going after Diego Forlan may represent a change for The Seattle Sounders, The Sounders themselves are insisting, they are not going after the European superstar
- The latest mock drafts have The Seahawks taking some guy named Locker... Never heard of him
- Speaking of Locker, he was the center of attention during Senior Bowl week.
Tuesday, Jan 25
- Michigan's Tate Forcier is planning on transferring, rumor has it that The Washington Huskies are on the short list
- With the NFL offseason only a week away, we take a look at the top Quarterback and running back who may be on the market
Wednesday, Jan 26
- This week's new bracketology has The Huskies soaring... And The Bulldogs sliding
- Washington State's star recruit decommits and heads across the mountains
- Washington commit Kasen Williams was named Parade Magazine High School Player of the year. In other news: Parade Magazine has a sports section
Thursday, Jan 27
Results: MBB: St. Marys Gaels Def. Gonzaga Bulldogs (73-71) [Covered by SB Nation's The Slipper Still Fits]
- More soccer? Sure, why not. Steve Zakuani makes a slo-mo goal
- Mariner infielder Adam Kennedy was popped for a DUI
- Matt Hasselbeck gets in a Twitter fight
Friday, Jan 28
Saturday, Jan 29
Pro Bowl day!!!
Results: MBB: Gonzaga Bulldogs Def. San Diego Toreros (86-53) [Covered by The Spokesman Review]
- Jake Locker was the main attraction...
- Whose stock went up? Whose stock went down?
- After all was said and done, Mason Foster was the winner of this game
Sunday, Jan 30
Results: MBB: Washington State Cougars Def. Washington Huskies (87-80)
- We look forward to signing day
- Klay Thompson took control and lead WSU to a big victory
- Meanwhile, another Pac-10 player of the year candidate takes responsibility for UW's loss
This week the Washington schools renew the northwest rivalry as both The Cougars look to continue their path to the coveted northwest championship... There's also another game, but I don't know if any of you would be that interested in it...
Of course, it's the Super Bowl. Stay tuned to SB Nation Seattle as we have coverage of the big game all week long.