Yes, I have Linsanity fever too

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If you have been living under a rock for the past week or so, you have not witnessed perhaps the greatest one-man show the NBA has seen in its history.  Jeremy Lin, point guard for the New York Knicks, has come out of nowhere to lead the Knicks to 6 straight victories, including beating the Lakers at MSG.  Lin was an undrafted point guard out of Harvard and was cut by several NBA teams, before securing his place in Knickerbocker lore.

Lin is an inspiration to all Asian American ballers now, and those Asian ballers of the past (yours truly), who didn’t think Asian Americans could impact college basketball, let alone the NBA and one of the league’s storied franchises.

Lets see how long Lin can keep the Knicks winning and perhaps leading them to the playoffs.  Regardless of the outcome of the Knicks’ season in 2012, everyone will remember this year as the emergence of Linsanity!

UDub crushes the Buffs; Luck looms

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In another game showing the Huskies’ college football resurgence, UDub beat their Pac-12 rival, Colorado, 52-24.  The Huskies’ defense showed much improvement, allowing a season low 269 yards of total offense by the Buffaloes.

However, next week’s match should tell how far Washington football has come.  They will face Andrew Luck and the 7th ranked Stanford Cardinal.  Luck will be the #1 pick in next year’s NFL draft, is the most-ready NFL QB prospect in the past decade.

If the Huskies keep it close, they have a chance for the upset.  However, my gut feeling says that Luck will be too much for the Huskies’ defense.  UDub will learn from this game, and hopefully, it will set them up to win their remaining games of the season.

Huskies demolish Utes

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The visiting Huskies gave the Utes a demoralizing, Pac-12 home debut.  UDub defeated Utah 31-14.  A game that was close in the first half, became a blow-out in the second half as Keith Price threw for 3 TDs and Chris Polk ran for almost 200 yards.  Although the Huskies are 4-1, they have a brutal 5-game stretch of Pac-12 games, which includes @Stanford, Oregon, and @USC.

Huskies now 2-0; sport white helmets

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For the first time since 2007, the Huskies are 2-0 after beating Hawaii, 40-32.  Although undefeated, it is worrisome that the Huskies’ defense has given up over 300 yards passing in the past two games. As a surprise to the fans in Husky Stadium, the Huskies wore white helmets, I believe, for the first time in their football history.

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Let’s Fix the Seabirds – Challenge Accepted!

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On the website, Phil Hecken challenged the Seabirds … I hope he meant the Seahawks … fans to come up with a uniform redesign.  The link to Phil’s original blog article is here.  I have willingly accepted this challenge. Although there may be some prize involved for the best redesign submission,  winning the prize is not my goal.  My goal is to bring the Seahawks uniform back to the glory days of past and make it a more classic design, by which other uniforms are judged.

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