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Husky Football Blog

The latest news and analysis on the Montlake Dawgs.

September 26, 2006 at 4:22 PM

Tuesday update

It was expected that there might be final resolution today on the status of the players who have been out for academic reasons with classes beginning this week and the roster now able to expand.
But UW coach Tyrone Willingham said Tuesday afternoon that nothing becomes official until class officially starts on Wednesday so no news will be forthcoming until then. It’s not expected, however, that there would be any additions of players who would be able to help the team this season.
The additions will include walk-ons, players who have been out due to injury and those sidelined due to academics who could now return to begin the process of regaining eligibility for next season.
So with that delayed, there was little to report from Montlake today in terms of personnel matters.
Scott White and C.J. Wallace were each in red but Willingham didn’t mention either as being injured when he met with the media before practice so it’s uncertain what their injuries may be. However, each was in full pads and going through drills during the time that the media could see practice so neither appears to be hurt in any manner that would restrict their playing time Saturday.
Six players wore gold jerseys symbolizing their entry into the team’s Victory Club for this week. The six were Isaiah Stanback, Jason Wells, Dan Howell, Sonny Shackelford, Tahj Bomar and Anthony Russo.
Interestingly, not all of those players were among the team’s Players of the Week. The Players of the Week as announced on Monday were Stanback and Shackelford for offense, Roy Lewis for defense and Chris Stevens for special teams.

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