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December 3, 2013 at 7:03 AM

Tuesday Memo: Seismic Seahawks … Sark poll … Man missing in grain disaster

A whole lotta shaking going on: Jumping fans register a magnitude 1 or 2 quake during Seahawks TD fumble return. What can you say about the Hawks, but they’re the best. Some numbers: 68,387 at CenturyLink Field did all that jumping;  34-7 win against the Saints; an 11-1 record; Russell Wilson throws for 310 yards; total net yards 429.

Speaking of football: How can Steve Sarkisian’s decision to leave the UW for USC, immediately, sit well with most anyone (except USC), especially with a chance the UW could see itself in a bowl game? Do you think it’s fair to the Huskies that Sarkisian is leaving right now? Vote in our poll.

How tragic is this? A man at a farm in Roy in Pierce County is missing after two grain silos holding some 1,000 tons of corn collapsed yesterday afternoon. It has been too dangerous to go in and look for him.

Cold this morning, isn’t it? Look out for black ice in spots on your way to work. These chilly days could last all the way through the weekend, and there’s a chance of snow on Sunday. We’ll see about that. National Weather Service forecast

Amazon and delivering packages on small drones: How many of you believe it was merely coincidence that Jeff Bezos told “60 Minutes” about the pie-in-the-sky idea of the drone delivery scenario the day before cyber Monday?

Most-read stories on seattletimes.com:

  1. Victoria Clipper theft suspect just ‘wanted to go to W. Seattle’
  2. Time is right for Jim Mora and Huskies | Larry Stone
  3. Steve Sarkisian’s UW legacy: middle rung in the Pac-12 | Bud Withers
  4. Russell Wilson finally gets to face the quarterback he has looked up to
  5. Twitter blows up after reports that Sarkisian headed to USC

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Nick Provenza: 206-464-2142 or nprovenza@seattletimes.com

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