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October 2, 2006 at 2:14 PM

Team mostly healthy

The Huskies should again be pretty healthy heading to USC. The only player who might be a question mark is WR Anthony Russo, who suffered a concussion.
UW coach Tyrone Willingham said Monday that more should be known about Russo’s condition in a day or two.
The only other players who were sidelined Saturday at Arizona were QB Isaiah Stanback and LB Chris Stevens. Stanback said he suffered a shin bruise but should be fine. Stevens suffered an asthma attack, something that has apparently happened before. But Willingham said Stevens should also be fine.
Of course, the Huskies did a good job of keeping it quiet last week that Scott White had suffered a shoulder sprain, so we don’t always really know everything. White said today he’s getting better.
Willingham said the only previously injured player who might return is TE Robert Lewis, which would mean the Huskies would again be at full strength at that spot if he can make it back. LB E.J. Savannah is likely out for one more week.

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