Archive for November, 2011

Washington State fires football coach Paul Wulff

Citing apathetic fans and low donations from alumni, WSU Athletic Director Bill Moos said Wulff’s 9-40 career as head coach was not what he hoped for the program. “We’ve either got to run with the big dogs or admit that we’re a doormat,” said Moos. Continue Reading → Bookmark It Hide Sites

Seattle’s big receivers not having impact

11 games into their first season together, Rice and Williams have a combined 46 catches, just three touchdowns and have failed to provide the impact the Seahawks hoped. Continue Reading → Bookmark It Hide Sites

Tuesday’s Prep Basketball Scores

Tuesday’s boys and girls prep basketball scores. Continue Reading → Bookmark It Hide Sites

Thiel: For Pac-12, best to be ‘only’ embarrassing

When one considers how many blows the college sports industry has taken in the last year, the fact that the first Pac-12 Championship football game Friday will feature a 6-6 team that lost its last game 50-0 and already has fired its coach, is barely a scratch. If the worst thing that can be said […]

Mariners GM dances around Fielder talk

SEATTLE (AP) — Mariners general manager Jack Zduriencik carefully danced around the question of whether Seattle will pursue slugging first baseman Prince Fielder, whom Zduriencik drafted while with the Brewers organization. Continue Reading → Bookmark It Hide Sites

Herman Cain reassessing his campaign

Embattled presidential candidate Herman Cain told staffers Tuesday that he’s reassessing his campaign a day after an Atlanta businesswoman alleged a 13-year extramarital affair with the Republican. Continue Reading → Bookmark It Hide Sites

Newly elected Pacific mayor wasn’t even on the ballot

Election Day was three weeks ago but it wasn’t until just a few hours ago that people in the city of Pacific found out who their new mayor is. Continue Reading → Bookmark It Hide Sites

Protesters disrupt budget meeting again at state Capitol

State lawmakers are trying to find out how to overcome a $2 billion budget shortfall. They’re also contending with activists from the occupy movement at nearly every turn. Continue Reading → Bookmark It Hide Sites

More women choosing the ‘vampire facelift’

As Twilight “Breaking Dawn” continues to dominate the box office, another vampire craze is gaining some buzz– and this one is all about looking younger Continue Reading → Bookmark It Hide Sites

FCC had ‘questions of fact’ on AT&T-T-Mobile deal

The staff of the Federal Communications Commission concluded that the information supplied by the companies to justify AT&T’s acquisition of T-Mobile USA was flawed. Continue Reading → Bookmark It Hide Sites