Trey Adams is back. The senior offensive tackle from Wenatchee made that clear on Saturday when he and some of his teammates met with Seattle reporters after practice. Out with a back injury that sidelined him for the first nine games of the season, Adams eased his way onto the field, reclaimed his starting job when his replacement, Jared Hilbers, got injured, and worked his way into football shape. He feels renewed heading into the Rose Bowl against Ohio State. He feels healthy and motivated. He's looking forward to playing yet another season. He also surprised his audience by stating his formal name. It's not Trey Adams. Listen to the big man talk about a number of subjects.