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All the scores from around the Northwest Conference.
Even though UW is averaging more than 200 yards on the ground, California expects the Huskies to come out throwing the ball.
The NFL has fined Seattle tackle Justin Britt, Vikings safety Antone Exum, and Tampa Bay wide receiver Louis Murphy
If Locker cannot play Sunday at Jacksonville, the former Ferndale star would miss his 16th start in 38 games since becoming the Titans' starter in 2012 and his second in three weeks.
David Shaw's Stanford squad has the country's best scoring defense and is ranked second in total defense and passing defense per game.
Blazers 4-3 early in the new season
Highly-ranked Sehome and Lynden Christian volleyball teams win
Volleyball sweeps Western Oregon
Lummi beats Taholah in Thursday night game 63-6
It is the third player of the week honor for Wilson.
Amaya and the team will play 12 games in 12 different Chinese cities over the next three weeks.
Michael Roos, out of Eastern Washington University, will have surgery to repair his right knee and may have played his final game with the Titans.
Lummi football playing tonight after schedule change
Ryan Miller made 23 saves to win his Vancouver debut and the Canucks beat the Calgary giving new coach Willie Desjardins a victory in his first game at the helm.
The undefeated Lynden Lions remain the highest ranked local squad, checking in at number one in the 2A classification.
Manager Jeff James, who led the Bells to the West Coast League championship in his inaugural season with the Bells in 2014, will enter his second season with the Bells.
Sehome girls soccer gets shutout win over Sedro-Woolley
Best coached the expansion Seattle Sounders in the North American Soccer League from 1974 to 1976. He was General Manager for the club in 1982 and was part of the ownership group for the Tacoma Stars of the Major Indoor Soccer League.
Arizona was a unanimous pick to win the conference
Sherman accuses Garcon of hair pulling and says last years top pass catcher in the NFL "doesn't matter in the league".