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September 28, 2006 at 4:39 PM

UW-Arizona game shown at Hec Ed

The Washington-Arizona game will be on TV after all. Just not on the one in your house.
Instead, UW officials announced Thursday that they have worked out a deal to show Saturday’s UW-Arizona game on a closed circuit broadcast at Edmundson Pavilion. The school will use the raw feed from Arizona Stadium — the one shown over the replay scoreboard there — and combine it with the local radio broadcast on KJR-AM. The broadcast is free.
Here is the official release with more details from gohuskies.com.
Also, there was little new today from Montlake. Tyrone Willingham said LB Scott White and safety C.J. Wallace continue to wear red jerseys for minor injuries suffered against Arizona. And while he said he couldn’t guarantee the two would play Saturday, they are expected to play and start. Both looked active and running around during the portions of practice open this week to the media.

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