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August 31, 2007 at 4:21 PM

More from the Dome

The entire team has now come out on the field for warmups, and I was curious to see if Chris Stevens still had his left hand and thumb wrapped up.
We’ve never been told he was hurt but we noticed the injury at practice on Tuesday. Stevens does, indeed, still have his left hand wrapped pretty well. Not sure how that will impact his playing time tonight or not as he looks ready to go. But worth watching.
There’s a pretty good turnout of UW fans already here, most seated in the end zone, or above it. Some of them are wearing T-shirts that read “Locker 3:16.”
Another small tidbit is that walk-on WR Charles Hawkins appears to be the backup holder to Carl Bonnell.
Around the time of kickoff, we’ll do a running blog during the game with thoughts, notes, etc. We’ll do it like Geoff Baker does with the Mariners where I’ll keep it all on one file to make it easier to write and view comments.

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