From No. 1 to 'bust': Former star QB Max Browne is still standing — and sharing his story

SEATTLE — Max Browne’s story is written on the wall. There are two pictures hanging above the desk in his office, stark examples of athletic extremes. The first is a photograph taken Dec. 1, 2012, 28 minutes and 29 seconds before kickoff of the Washington Class 4A championship game. The Skyline Spartans stood on the precipice of a second consecutive state football title, with the nation’s premier passer flame-throwing the field. In an undefeated 14-0 season, they scored a KingCo-record 715 points and eviscerated opponents by an average of nearly five touchdowns. And Browne — a five-star recrui…

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