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November 15, 2006 at 9:42 AM

The young and the restless

I’ll start today by linking a couple of our stories from today.
First is a story you might find a little optimistic — a report on what some of the true freshmen think about this season and where the program is headed.
Jake Locker appears to have no regrets over how the season has turned out and the decision not to play him this year.
One quote that didn’t make it into the story was when I asked UW offensive coordinator Tim Lappano about J.R. Hasty. Lappano said “has been taking care of business” in the classroom and that having slimmed down “he looks like he did last year” when he was so impressive in practice that the coaches thought about taking him out of his redshirt year. Obviously in hindsight, maybe they should have.
On the other end is this notebook with some new developments on the Michael Braunstein-Chris Hemphill issue.
I’ll leave it to you guys to weigh in on that one.

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