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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.

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Pac-12 TV Contract: Details About New TV Deal Starting To Emerge

It's time for a new TV contract in the Pac-12. We take a look at where the deal could go and what it means for the Pac-12 network.

Angelo Chol Narrows List Of Schools, Eliminates Washington

Chol was seen as a lock to be a Husky, but in a surprise move, the superstar forward narrowed down his list of schools and left Washington out of the top 3.

Bracketology: Washington Stays Steady After Strong Week

Washington covers from it's losing streak and remains in a good position. Meanwhile, Gonzaga and Washington State are on the outside looking in. See where your favorite teams fall in this weeks bracketology projections.

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Spring Training 2011: Examining The Mariners' Depth Chart

Spring training has kicked off and baseball season is finally underway. Before any position players even report, we take a look at what a potential depth chart may look like for the 2011 Seattle Mariners

Spring Training 2011: Examining The Mariner's Depth Chart

Spring training has kicked off and baseball season is finally underway. Before any position players even report, we take a look at what a potential depth chart may look like for the 2011 Seattle Mariners

Bracketology: Washington Tries To Stay Alive During Three Game Losing Streak

Selection Sunday is getting closer, and with Washington, Washington State, and Gonzaga all faltering last week, where do the experts place our favorite teams.

Super Bowl 2011 Final Score: The Green Bay Packers Defeat The Pittsburgh Steelers 31-25 To Become Super Bowl Champions

Super Bowl 2011 MVP: Aaron Rodgers Wins MVP After Leading Green Bay To 31-25 Victory

Super Bowl 2011 Score: Green Bay Scores And Extends It's Lead to 31-25, Sets Up For One Great Finish And Possibly Even Overtime

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