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September 20, 2006 at 9:37 AM

Bruins to challenge secondary

That’s what it says in this story in today’s Los Angeles Daily News, anyway.
And it only makes sense given UCLA has a good young quarterback and a lot of veteran receivers while I think UW’s secondary still has to be considered a question mark despite the improved play of last week.
This story jibes nicely with what will be the theme of the day on Montlake, as this is the day we are allowed to talk with defensive coaches and players. So expect a lot of defense-oriented stuff today.
I wrote two stories today that I’ll point to here . First, our take on the Washington-Oklahoma scheduling controversy that I think is much ado about nothing. This will get worked out and OU will be here.
Second, here’s a little story I wrote today on receiver Marcel Reece and the interesting cirumstances of his birth.
Also, to pass along a few notes from Tuesday that didn’t make it in.
We asked Tyrone Willingham a question many of you have asked — why does Roy Lewis return kickoffs when the team is so thin at cornterback? Willingham’s response was that Lewis is good at it and wants to do it so that’s all that matters.
As for Jordan White-Frisbee, official word is that he is working on the offensive line in practice but is still somewhat limited due to his foot. Sounds like it could be another lost year for White-Frisbee with hope that maybe by next season, he can step in somewhere on the O-line.
There remains no official word on Ashlee Palmer and Aaron Mason despite rumblings elsewhere. Willingham said only that the deadline when something had to happen was coming soon. Obviously, school starts next week so something has to happen by then.
And I was remiss in not mentioning the eight members of this week’s Victory Club. They are C.J. Wallace, Jason Wells, Scott White, Daniel Te’o-Nesheim, Isaiah Stanback, Stanley Daniels, Mark Palita and Thaj Bomar.

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