SEATTLE — The 32nd meeting between Washington and Seattle University looked a lot like several previous basketball battles between the city’s Division I men’s basketball teams — a dominant Huskies win.
Technique: It’s true that if you can walk, you can snowshoe. You just have to widen your step. The first couple of steps feel awkward, but your body quickly adjusts to the width of the snowshoes. Walking backwards or turning takes a little practice. You may fall, but the snow is soft.
Freshman forward Zach Collins made all nine of his field goals, leading hot-shooting Gonzaga to a 102-65 victory over visiting South Dakota on Wednesday in Spokane, Wash., in their last non-conference game of the season.
On this, we can all agree: If the No. 4 Huskies are to have any real shot of knocking off No. 1 Alabama in their national semifinal on New Year's Eve, they have to give sophomore quarterback Jake Browning some time to throw from the pocket.
CHENEY — They took it away so cruelly: Youngstown State scored the winning touchdown with 1 second left to claim a 40-38 victory over the Eagles and a spot in the FCS title game in Frisco, Texas, on Jan. 7.
During a phone conversation last week, Jeff Choate promised his old boss he wouldn’t give away any of his secrets. But Choate will tell you this: If anyone can find a way to beat Alabama, it’s Chris Petersen.
The University of Minnesota football team on Saturday said it would not boycott its upcoming bowl game this month to protest the suspension of 10 players in connection with a sexual assault investigation.
WENATCHEE — The Wenatchee Valley College women’s basketball team withstood a vicious onslaught from an aggressive Tacoma Community College team to nab a narrow, 60-56 win at the Wenatchee Valley Crossover on Saturday night.