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Husky Football Blog

The latest news and analysis on the Montlake Dawgs.

August 26, 2007 at 10:00 AM

Sunday morning notes

A lot of years at the Seattle Times we’ve published a special college football section.
We’re not doing one this year for a variety of reasons. Instead, we put all the same elements usually found in the special section concering the Huskies into today’s paper, so want to make sure you see them.
The center piece is a feature on Jake Locker. A lot has been written on Locker through the years and I tried to focus more on the football aspect of things in this story, particularly the fact he could be the first redshirt freshmen QB to start the first game of a season for the Huskies since the dawn of two-platoon football.
Also included in that package is this look at five keys to the season, an overview of UW’s quarterback history, and a breakdown of UW’s schedule.
Also included in that package is this look at the QB situation for each Pac-10 team this season, and a look at freshman QBs in Pac-10 history.
Lastly, here’s a notebook leading off Tyrone Willingham’s thoughts on preparing for Syracuse.
ALUNMI REPORT
Isaiah Stanback had a more modest second game with the Cowboys, catching one pass for five yards last night.
Marques Tuiasosopo might not have helped himself much last night, losing one fumble in his brief time in the game while Kellen Clemens was leading the Jets to a couple of scores.
— I didn’t see any stats for any of the three former Huskies playing with Tampa Bay — Sean Douglas, Zach Tuiasosopo and Jerramy Stevens. Also not appearing in the box score was Sonny Shackelford with the Chargers, who I don’t think has made a catch all pre-season. The first cut down, to 75 players, is Tuesday.
A few of you have asked for an updated depth chart. I’ll try to get to that a little later. An official depth chart will be released Monday morning, as well.

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