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Super Megapost II

Admittedly, we’ve missed a number of impactful stories in the past few days. March Madness will do that to you. But since many of you have looked for our take on these issues, we’re here to offer the official Seattle Sportsnet opinion up in the second all-time edition of our Super Megapost.

Because some things are simply too big to be ignored.

Charlie “The Second Coming” Whitehurst

I’m not going to pretend I’m some expert on Charlie Whitehurst. The only thing I really know is that he bears a strong resemblance to Ryan Gosling’s character in The Notebook.

But here’s the rub. Whitehurst is the first major acquisition for the new Seahawks braintrust of general manager John Schneider and president/head coach Pete Carroll. These three guys are now and forever inextricably linked to one another. They are a tripod, in essence. If one leg falls, the entire pod comes crashing down.

Which means that Charlie is under some serious pressure for a guy that, two weeks ago, was a glorified clipboard-holder in San Diego.

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The Seattle Sportsnet Super Megapost!

It’s finally here. The first ever Seattle Sportsnet Super Megapost. Like a Black Friday sale on DVDs of movies you can get for free on demand.

Fueled by a 16 oz. Red Bull and based off of suggestions for topics that you, our loyal readers, have sent our way, we have created this enormous monstrosity of an article weighing in on every single subject posed to us.

To be a part of the next Super Megapost, simply add us as your friend on Facebook and watch our status updates for the next Super Megapost announcement. Thanks to those of you who participated in our initial foray into the world of Super Megapostdom!

In chronological order of submission, here we go…

Topic No. 1: UW Mexican Cultural Day, 2010

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What Is The Super Megapost?

The Seattle Sportsnet Super Megapost is a collection of topics suggested by you, our readers, and addressed by us, the Seattle Sportsnet staff. Anything is fair game, so long as it doesn’t cross our fairly lenient decency boundaries, and all the suggested topics will be addressed in the coming days in our Super Megapost.

This is your opportunity to be a part of the site and send in your suggestions for our articles.

To participate, you can comment on this post with your suggestions, or contact us through Facebook.

Thanks for your help!