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Husky Football Blog

The latest news and analysis on the Montlake Dawgs.

September 10, 2007 at 1:32 PM

Press conference notes

Nothing huge on the personnel front today although Tyrone Willingham did mention two new injuries — LB Dan Howell and guard Casey Bulyca.
Howell said he suffered a slight knee strain in the first half and that it stiffened on him at halftime and he wore a brace the rest of the game. But he said he’ll be fine and expects to practice Tuesday.
Bulyca apparently suffered some sort of chest or upper body injury, but Willingham said he expects Bulyca to be fine. He said FB Luke Kravitz will also be watched this week to see where he is on his recovery but that he expects Kravitz to play.
Also, Willingham said the team’s players of the week were Roy Lewis for defense, Anthony Russo for offense and Chris Stevens for special teams.
Russo might seem like a surprise on the offensive end as he had four catches for 37 yards, but Willingham said Russo “did all of those little things that you need to do to win a football game.”
The scout team Players of the Week were Willie Griffin (offense), Fred Wiggs (defense) and Tobias Togi (special teams).
Unlike a week ago, when Willingham had a much different take on Jake Locker’s performance on Monday than he’d had on Saturday, this time he said his assessment didn’t change much.
“It was what you saw Saturday,” Willingham said, adding that he thought Locker might have tried to “force the action” a little bit too much. “That’s something you always have to guard against with young players,” Willingham said.
Interestingly, Locker was selected today as SI.com’s National Player of the Week.
Otherwise, the theme today was the difference in the type of opponent the Huskies will face this week opposed to Boise State.
“This is going to be more of a knockdown, dragout affair,” Willingham said. “Probably not a lot of adjusting and motions. They are going to line up and come right at us.”

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