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August 6, 2007 at 8:39 AM

Monday morning buffett

A few links to throw your way on a Monday morning.
First, here’s our story from Sunday’s practice. It contains a lot of the same info as was on the blog, but that won’t always be the case from here on out. The first day of practice, however, always results in a little bit of news that there is little choice but to replicate.
Here’s out the AP reported from yesterday’s practice.
Here’s the latest on Isaiah Stanback with more worries that his lingering injury is causing him to fall behind.
Speaking of UW alums, Corey Dillon decided to retired. He’ll probably always have the greatest statisical quarter for a UW running back with that 222-yard performance against San Jose State in 1996.
We start the regular camp schedule today with media interviews around noon and practice in the afternoon, so watch for more coverage here.

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