Aaron is an author, journalist and blogger originally from Connecticut who now lives on the West Coast. He is the managing editor of the college football website CrystalBallRun.com, founder of AaronTorres-Sports.com and has also had work published for Fox Sports, Sports Illustrated and Slam Magazine. He published his first book, "The Unlikeliest Champion" in December 2011.
Desmond Trufant turns attention to the NFL
With Desmond Trufant's college career now done, he will turn his attention to the NFL where he is projected as a mid-round draft pick this spring. Trufant was named to the All-Pac 12 first team this past season.
Seahawks looking at NFC Wild Card berth
Barring a collapse from the San Francisco 49ers, it appears as though the Seattle Seahawks will end up as one of the NFC's Wild Card winners. The good news for Seattle fans though is that the last two Super Bowl champions were Wild Card winners
Ref struggles following Packers-Seahawks call
Three months after a controversial call ended the Packers-Seahawks game, former replacement ref Lance Easley has struggled to move on. Easley received death threats after the game and has quit refereeing all together.
Seahawks wary of San Francisco's front seven
Entering their showdown Sunday with the San Francisco 49ers, the Seattle Seahawks know they need to slow down the 49ers' front seven. Seattle is looking to win its fifth straight game Sunday afternoon.
Big things ahead for Washington's Desmond Trufant
Desmond Trufant will close out his college career on Saturday when the Washington Huskies take on the Boise State Broncos in the Las Vegas Bowl. Trufant is looking to follow in his older brothers' footsteps, by playing in the NFL.
'Gangam Style' rapper to perform at NFL game
In attempt to get more people in the seats of the Rogers Centre for Sunday's Bills-Seahawks game, organizers have invited "Gangnam Style" rapper Park Jae-song to perform at halftime. Jae-song's music video has received close to a billion YouTube hits
Mariners won't make quick fixes this off-season
Although Seattle finished in last place in the American League West in 2012, they won't be making any quick fixes this off-season. Expect them to hold onto their top pitching prospects and instead pursue players in free agency.
Philadelphia offers Josh Hamilton three-year deal
Reports out of Philadelphia on Wednesday indicate that the Philadelphia Phillies have offered slugger Josh Hamilton a three-year, $80 million deal to join their team. Hamilton finished the 2012 season with 43 home runs and 128 RBI.
Washington struggling to sell bowl tickets
With just 10 days until their bowl game with Boise State, the University of Washington is struggling selling tickets. They've sold just 4,000 of their 11,000 ticket allotment.
Russell Wilson is NFC Offensive Player of the Week
For the first time since 2005 a Seattle Seahawk was named the NFC Offensive Player of the Week. Wilson won the award after throwing for two touchdowns and 293 yards in a come-from-behind win against the Bears on Sunday.