WSU Changing QB Again. Quick Links.

Sep 16, 2009, 9:46 AM | Updated: Apr 4, 2011, 7:51 pm

By: Mike Salk

Quick links because the show is at the VMAC starting at 10 this morning. Enjoy…

Seahawks

San Francisco’s defense will give us the first chance to see what Seattle’s offense really looks like.

John Boyle writes that there is still plenty of improvement to be made after week 1.

John Morgan breaks down the Seahawks trick play from Sunday that looked successful in every way.

Tim Ruskell’s success with 2nd round draft picks over the past 5 years has been impressive.

The PI gives you some Seneca Wallace highlights that show why he needs the ball in his hands more.

John Carlson is no longer a secret weapon, the secret is out.

Danny O’Neil writes how Matt Hasselbeck and Nate Burleson were able to burn the Rams cornerbacks.

Will Herring was ready to fill in last week, now he’ll benefit from a week of practice where he knows he’ll be starting.

Derek Walker was added to the practice squad after being released from the active roster.

Clare Farnsworth gives an early preview for Sunday’s game against San Francisco.

Mariners

The M’s bullpen pitched poorly, giving up eight hits and four runs, in a 6-3 loss.

Larry Stone gives a look at the new schedule and relays the message that Russell Branyan wants to remain a Mariner.

Ian Snell needs to show that he can be a starter that the Mariners can count on next season.

Don Wakamatsu recognizes how impressive Ichiro’s two recent records are.

Huskies

The Huskies are going to give Chris Polk the ball as much as he can handle.

Husky left guard, Gregory Christine, has worked his way from the scout team to the starting lineup.

USC true freshman Matt Barkley says that the jump from 8th grade to high school was tougher than becoming USC’s starter.

The News Tribune gives a scouting report on USC.

As Steve Sarkisian watched the Trojans play last Saturday he found himself wanting them to win.

Misc

Paul Wulff has changed his mind again. He know says Marshall Lobbestael will be the starter and Jeff Tuel will burn his red shirt.

Leodis McKelvin lawn was vandalized after he fumbled the kickoff that gave the ball back to the Patriots.

Ohio State coach Jim Tressel will continue to call plays for the Buckeyes.

Notes:

Ryan Rowland-Smith (3-3, 3.88) takes the hill trying to prove that he can be Seattle’s #2 starter next year.

Gavin Floyd (11-10, 3.98 ERA) has looked great some nights and terrible others for the White Sox.

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