They were due for some good news. Goodness knows, they were due. Seattle sports fans have spent the past couple years feeling like the early worm that has an unfortunate encounter with the early bird. The Seahawks, Mariners, and Huskies have ranged from dreadful to bland; the Sonics have been relegated to the dust bin of history.
It's like an alternate universe. You wake up in the morning in Vancouver, safely across the river from Portland, and flip on the TV hoping to watch the newly minted Pac-12 Networks. You expect to see the Washington version of the Pac-12 Networks, aware that the conference's effort to take over the world consists of seven -- yes, seven! -- different channels. And instead, you are reminded that Comcast thinks Clark County is in Oregon.