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Husky Football Blog

The latest news and analysis on the Montlake Dawgs.

August 23, 2007 at 8:13 AM

Thursday morning notes

The Huskies finished two-a-days Wednesday, and that was the topic of my story for today’s paper which also has some notes about some positions still unsettled.
The Huskies will now practice just once a day as they begin preparation for the opener at Syracuse. Today is expected to be the team’s last major scrimmage of the fall, one that figures to be important in determining how some of those unsettled positions will play out. It is closed to media and public, however.
The Huskies will practice Friday and Saturday, take Sunday off, then practice Monday and Tuesday, then fly to Syracuse on Wednesday, have a walk-through there next Thursday, and then play a game.
So the upshot is, UW has just five real practices left until it plays a game.
Speaking of Syracuse, here’s the daily report on the Orange. You may notice the name of backup QB Cameron Dantley there — he’s the son longtime NBA star Adrian Dantley.
ALUMNI REPORTDamon Huard is in a big fight for the QB job at Kansas City with Brodie Croyle, but unfortunately it sounds as if he may not play in tonight’s exhibition game.
— Here’s yet another look at how Reggie Williams may or may not fit in to the receiver situation at Jacksonville. The Jags will play on national TV tonight against Green Bay.
Dane Looker is cleared to return to practice in St. Louis.
Joe Toledo is still on the physically unable to perform list in Miami.
AROUND THE PAC-10
We’ll try to link some more stories around the Pac-10 as the season hits full stride. Here are a few interesting ones we found today:
— First is this column from our Bud Withers on the future of Bill Doba at Washington State.
— There’s also my story on Arizona as part of our Pac-10 preview.
Oregon State is going to go with two QBs in its opener and could go that route for a quite a while, according to head coach Mike Riley.
— USC may have entered the season with 10 high school All-Americans at tailback, but suddenly it is down to just three healthy ones.
— Here’s an interesting column from Greg Hansen in Tucson on some interesting clauses in the contracts of some conference coaches.
PROGRAMMING NOTE (Added 9:30 a.m.) — Meant to write earlier that for those of you who asked for an updated depth chart, I think I’ll wait until Friday. We may know a few more things then about where some things stand following today’s scrimmage. If not, I’ll do it then anyway. An official depth should be released Monday.

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