Sports enterprise and investigative reporter for Seattle Times. A reader claims: Like a terrier on a rat. Bite down hard, shake him till head flies off.

Bob Ernst fired after UW women’s rowers ‘lost confidence’ in him, dismissal letter said

seattletimes.com — Bob Ernst, Washington's longtime women's crew coach, said he would quit after stormy meeting, then changed his mind and was fired Nov. 24, according to new documents released Friday. Share story Bob Ernst, Washington's longtime women's crew coach, was fired because his rowers "lost confidence" in him, according to documents released Friday.

Higher costs alters the strategy for Super Bowl ads

seattletimes.com — Share story There's nothing like the pressure of competing on Super Bowl Sunday. Yeah, the Denver Broncos and Carolina Panthers experienced some. But the guys really sweating it were the advertising directors of major companies spending nearly $5 million for every 30-second commercial during the CBS telecast.

Super Bowl tickets still not sure thing since little has changed

seattletimes.com — Remember last year's Super Bowl ticket debacle, when fans who thought they had seats never got their tickets? Many factors that led to it - primarily too many tickets in too few hands - are still in place.

NFL’s fledgling resale ticket empire under scrutiny

seattletimes.com — Share story New York attorney general Eric Schneiderman is the last guy the National Football League needed crashing its Super Bowl party. Other than some concussion litigators wandering in, it's tough to imagine another party crasher wiping smiles off NFL faces faster than the sports world's version of Eliot Ness on another cleanup crusade.

Canada’s falling dollar could be raising hopes for a Seattle NHL expansion team

seattletimes.com — Share story It turns out the prediction of a January vote by Seattle City Council on a Sodo District arena was not only optimistic, but downright delusional. City Hall sources now indicate a vote to cede Occidental Avenue South for Chris Hansen's project won't happen before late March, early April at best.
Jan 24, 2016

No Seattle arena vote until late March/April. But falling CDN dollar may buy some #NHL time. bit.ly/1K5PDVB pic.twitter.com/6cw2XArRvK

Jan 25, 2016

How a plunging Canadian dollar can buy Seattle time to get arena act together for #NHL. bit.ly/1K5PDVB pic.twitter.com/mqkf0NidSi

Jan 25, 2016

RT @SportTechie: Canada’s falling dollar could be raising hopes for a Seattle NHL expansion team: ow.ly/XtN7X by @GeoffBakerTIMES #sportsbiz

Jan 25, 2016

Canada’s slumping dollar raises hopes for an NHL expansion team in Seattle. seattletimes.com/sports/hockey/…

Jan 25, 2016

Canada's plunging dollar buys time for Seattle to approve arena, rejoin #NHL expansion race bit.ly/1K5PDVB pic.twitter.com/QEgEfJx7x4

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Why Rams’ return to L.A.can be viewed as a mixed blessing for Seattle NBA fans

seattletimes.com — Moving the NFL's Rams back to Los Angeles gives Sonics fans hope that the NBA eventually may return to Seattle, but it also shows how fickle pro owners can be. Football fans in St. Louis got a taste last week of what Sonics supporters here know too well: team history being wiped off the map.

Seahawks fan has plan to attend all road playoff games

macon.com — Victor Alcantara doesn't consider himself a Seahawks "Super Fan" despite his penchant for following them around the country. In fact, he wasn't feeling super at all by the fourth quarter of last Sunday's NFC wild-card game in Minneapolis, when he lost feeling in his toes during the Hawks' comeback win over the Minnesota Vikings in subzero temperatures.

Seahawks fan has plan to attend all road playoff games

ledger-enquirer.com — Victor Alcantara doesn't consider himself a Seahawks "Super Fan" despite his penchant for following them around the country. In fact, he wasn't feeling super at all by the fourth quarter of last Sunday's NFC wild-card game in Minneapolis, when he lost feeling in his toes during the Hawks' comeback win over the Minnesota Vikings in subzero temperatures.

Seahawks fan has plan to attend all road playoff games

newsobserver.com — Victor Alcantara doesn't consider himself a Seahawks "Super Fan" despite his penchant for following them around the country. In fact, he wasn't feeling super at all by the fourth quarter of last Sunday's NFC wild-card game in Minneapolis, when he lost feeling in his toes during the Hawks' comeback win over the Minnesota Vikings in subzero temperatures.

Seahawks fan has plan to attend all road playoff games

heraldonline.com — Victor Alcantara doesn't consider himself a Seahawks "Super Fan" despite his penchant for following them around the country. In fact, he wasn't feeling super at all by the fourth quarter of last Sunday's NFC wild-card game in Minneapolis, when he lost feeling in his toes during the Hawks' comeback win over the Minnesota Vikings in subzero temperatures.
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Feb 08, 2016

@ryansworld66 @SeaTimesSports It's got nothing on that used shaver that keeps popping up right in the middle of me eating something.

Feb 08, 2016

@Kevinbrubaker Would sure take some of the cheap shots we see out of the game.

Feb 08, 2016

No, but field position occasionally has been known to decide games where neither offense can move the ball. twitter.com/bytimbooth/sta…

Feb 08, 2016

RT @RattoCSN: I will always remember this game as the one that convinced Marshawn Lynch to retire.

Feb 07, 2016

Companies advertising during Super Bowl forced to define goals/strategies given higher cost. bit.ly/1SY3iQb pic.twitter.com/Yy8fenItA5


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