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October 29, 2006 at 8:56 PM

Injury updates, etc.

Here are a few quick personnel updates:
—- Word today is that Carl Bonnell suffered a mild concussion in the game Saturday and should be able to play against Oregon next weekend. If so, he’ll start with Johnny DuRocher as the backup. Felix Sweetman would be after that. Sweetman saw some time as the up back on the punt team wearing No. 40 but reverts to No. 17 for QB duties.
— Word also is that the knee injury suffered by safety Jason Wells may not be as bad as it first appeared and he could possibly be able to play this weekend. If not, Chris Hemphill would likely get the start there.
— As sometimes happens in the newspaper biz, you write stuff that doesn’t get in for space reasons. So I’ve been reminded that a few injury things from yesterday may not have gotten in the edition you get — or on-line. So to recap: Johnie Kirton sat out much of the game with an illness said not to be serious; LB Donald Butler suffered a calf injury but it was also said not to be serious; OLB Jordan White-Frisbee has his arm in a sling with an injury that apparently occured some time ago.
— Here’s a good recap of Oregon’s game Saturday and the Ducks’ injury situation entering this week’s game from the Eugene Register-Guard. Apparently Jonathan Stewart is day-to-day with that abdominal strain and should be able to play against UW.
— UW may find out Monday if the Stanford game Nov. 11 will be on TV. Nine of UW’s 12 games this year are assured of being on TV and if the Stanford game makes it, that would be 10, as the Oregon game will be on TBS Saturday and the WSU game will be on FSN.

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