When I moved up to the land of the long gray cloud in the early '80s, I had no idea what was really happening in the local sports scene. I had heard of the Sonics and Seahawks but not much else.
The Seahawks went 12-4 in my first year and I was promptly hooked into my new hometown teams. The trials and tribulations of the Seattle fan are well documented but I will never quit on these teams.
I plan on covering everything under the sun (well the gray skies and rain more often) in the Pacific Northwest. From the Seahawks to the Sounders, the Storm to the Mariners without forgetting the lesser known local things like Ironman Cour d'Alene and the Seattle Marathon, I'll be sure to give every sporting event its fair shake.
Playoffs? Playoffs? That kind of thinking is DangeRuss!
It looks like a bumpy flight ahead for the Seahawks.
Another year in the MLS Playoffs, another drought of scoring for the Seattle Sounders FC.
The Seahawks defense picks a bad day to stop sniffing glue.
Seattle keeps the Cascadia Cup just out of Portland's grubby reach.
Seattle wins its first game on the road with strong defense and just enough offense.
One failing grade can ruin your GPA.
Seattle gets a big win against Big D in the Emerald City.
Seattle is finding their stride at exactly the right time.
2012 is a make or break season for the Seahawks under Pete Carroll.
A win and Steve Zakuani's return means fireworks in Seattle.
The Sounders winless streak grows to a team record seven with the loss.
Seattle can't get the ball into the net unless it's some kind of spectacular shot.
It's the Montero Show as Fredy doubles against FC Dallas for Seattle.
Seattle's dynamic duo take out the Galaxy.
Seattle's scoring drought ends with an unlikely hero.
It's a St. Hatrick's Day celebration in Seattle!
Seattle finds skittles on the road as well.
Marshawn Lynch shows the world another example of running in Beast Mode.
Seattle gives up 16 unanswered points in the fourth quarter to lose 23-17.