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Husky Football Blog

The latest news and analysis on the Montlake Dawgs.

August 10, 2007 at 8:45 AM

Friday potpourri

We’ll try to get back to normal after the hectic events of the past few days and resume our morning links post.
First, here’s our story today with the latest on the Jordan Murchison situation, including some new details on his second arrest.
Second, here’s a Redshirt Freshman All-American Team from CollegeFootballNews.com that includes Jake Locker and also names Ryan Tolar as honorable mention on offense and Matt Mosley and Cameron Elisara as HM on the defense.
A NEW HUSKY? Scout.com is reporting that UW has gotten a commitment from Anthony Gobern, a running back/cornerback from Del Campo High in Fair Oaks, Calif. He’s UW’s 10th commitment for the Class of 2008.
AROUND THE NFL: Isaiah Stanback may begin the season on the Non-Football Injury List, which could mean he doesn’t do much this season.
— Here’s a story out of 49ers’ camp about Dashon Goldson leveling former Cougar Jason Hill during a recent practice, with Goldson apparently ending up a little shaken up.
— Here’s a story on Damon Huard’s battle to get the starting QB job in Kansas City. By the way, if you watch any of HBO’s Hard Knocks, which this year is following the Chiefs’ training camp, Huard was proudly wearing Husky gear in just about every interview.
ON JC TRANSFERS: At least one person criticized my post on the JC transfers saying I mixed in some players who were recruited by UW but never signed, but that’s not true. Every single guy I detailed on that list signed a letter with UW, including Qwenton Freeman, who has a bio in the 2005 UW media guide.

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