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  • A tough job, but someone has to do it

    We view the sports world this week from the outback of La Quinta. Rugged duty. As the tournament, the Humana Challenge, moves from one lush golf course to another, players overcoming the occasional hardship of a shadow in their putting line, we find the...
  • There is no shortage of candidates for NFL coach-of-year honors

    There is no shortage of candidates for NFL coach-of-year honors
    They are scorching-hot as NFL coaches. Their chairs, for the moment, are comfortably cool. This season features an unusually high number of coach-of-the-year candidates, making that one of the more competitive races. There's no time to campaign...
  • Seahawks' Walter Thurmond set to return after four-game suspension

    Seahawks' Walter Thurmond set to return after four-game suspension
    Although unapologetic, Seattle Seahawks cornerback Walter Thurmond assured reporters on Friday that he has learned a lesson after his four-game suspension for violating the NFL's substance-abuse policy. The former Oregon and West Covina High standout is...
  • As the L.A. sports world turns, we watch the young and the restless

    As the L.A. sports world turns, we watch the young and the restless
    The sands of sports shift quickly in Los Angeles. A day passes and the landscape is brand-new. Steve Sarkisian is the new horizon, the new big story. Brett Hundley is the soon-to-be-biggest buzz. We live at warp speed. Technology promotes it and we...
  • Steve Sarkisian isn't Lane Kiffin and that's a good thing for USC

    At first glance, sure, it seems USC is outrageously placing its wobbly football program in the hands of a guy who was part of the regime which sent it staggering. How could the Trojans hire Steve Sarkisian when he is so closely tied to a coach they just...
  • NFL playoffs: Saints vs. Seahawks preview

    NFL playoffs: Saints vs. Seahawks preview
    The Seahawks face the challenge of avoiding overconfidence in light of their 34-7 demolition of New Orleans in Seattle five weeks ago. "The first thing I addressed with the team when we came back together was, 'What happened in the past doesn't tell the...
  • New age will meet future Hall of Famer in Super Bowl

    New age will meet future Hall of Famer in Super Bowl
    DENVER — After nearly five months of NFL games, it has come down to this: Four teams. Four possible matchups for Super Bowl XLVIII. For Denver, New England, Seattle and San Francisco, looking that far ahead could spell doom. But the options have...
  • Seahawks' Derrick Coleman thrives despite his hearing impairment

    Seahawks' Derrick Coleman thrives despite his hearing impairment
    RENTON, Wash. — For Seattle fullback Derrick Coleman, the Seahawks' home field is the loudest stadium he's never heard. Coleman is legally deaf, and has been since he was 3, so he won't have need for earplugs Sunday when the Seahawks play host...
  • Seahawks' Derrick Coleman thrives despite his hearing impairment

    RENTON, Wash. — For Seattle fullback Derrick Coleman, the Seahawks' home field is the loudest stadium he's never heard. Coleman is legally deaf, and has been since he was 3, so he won't have need for earplugs Sunday when the Seahawks play host...
  • Blind but determined

    Blind but determined
    When Jake Olson isn't playing football and golf for his high school, he's often offering inspiration or promoting his new book on his life. While all his activities would be a lot for an average 16-year-old to handle, Jake is blind. When people ask...
  • USC linebacker Hayes Pullard has grown up in his time on the field

    USC linebacker Hayes Pullard has grown up in his time on the field
    Sharon Pullard sat in her car last August and watched her oldest son walk away. She had just dropped him off at school, and as parents often do on their children's first day of kindergarten or college, she let her gaze linger on his receding figure....