Quick Hits: Congrats to Michael Krug, Seahawks’ links & more

Port Orchard’s Michael Krug is one of four finalists for the US Youth Soccer’s national Competitive Coach of the Year award. Don’t know why the word competitive is included. Perhaps they have a rec coach of the year. Anyway, congrats are in order. The WestSound FC soccer coach — he guided South Kitsap to a Class 4A state title in his only year on the job at that level — is one of the best around.

More links

Seahawks ranked fourth in CBS’ power rankings.

Can Seahawks follow in the steps of George Halas and Sid Luckman?

Lots of newsy stuff in this seahawks.com blog by Clare Farnesworth. I especially like the quote from San Jose Mercury News columnist Mark Purdy: “Oh, I realize that the 49ers-New England matchup was supposed to be the most epic event in the history of the free world. But when you consider all the factors, beating Seattle is more paramount.”

Catching up with Isaiah Thomas, the former Washington star who is in some sort of sophomore funk with the Sacramento Kings. At least, that’s the tone of this story.

Not that we need to be reminded how much money today’s baseball stars are raking in, but check out this Joe Posnanski post on what some 30somethings are being paid.

Think Tim Tebow might be a good fullback for the Seahawks? He could learn from Michael Robinson and take over the position in a couple years. Meanwhile, Doug Farrar of Yahoo! Sports thinks the Canadian Football League could be Tebow’s salvation.

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