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June 20, 2007 at 3:35 PM

Douglas signs with Bucs; Pac-10 announces TV sked

Two quick items for today:
First, the Tampa Bay Bucaneers have signed former UW punter Sean Douglas to a free agent contract. You can read more about that here from Douglas’ hometown newspaper in Nebraska. I also checked Tampa Bay’s roster here and Marlon Wood, who had signed with the team in May, doesn’t appear on it anymore.
Second, the Pac-10 today announced its TV schedule for the 2007 season. This isn’t every game that will be on TV — many others will be picked once the season starts on a six- or 12-day notice. But these are games that as of now, are assured of being on TV. Nothing new involving UW on the schedule other than tentative times for the game at Hawaii Dec. 1 of either 8 p.m. or 9 p.m. Pacific Time (which would be two hours earlier in Hawaii).

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