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Husky Football Blog

The latest news and analysis on the Montlake Dawgs.

September 21, 2007 at 8:37 AM

Friday morning links, notes

A couple of quick notes for Friday morning:
— Here’s my story today examining UW’s tight end position and its use to date. An interesting aspect of it is that the new spread option package eliminates the TE to a degree and is keeping all of them off the field more than in the past. As you can tell by the comments of some of them, it’s something they are adjusting to, happy at the moment to be winning but wishing they could be out there more.
Steve Kelley writes about E.J. Savannah.
— Here’s our notebook from Tom Wyrwich, focusing on the new Husky Stadium plan.
Bud Withers writes about endangered Pac-10 coaches, including Karl Dorrell, and also picks UW to win 26-23.
NOTES
— The Huskies will leave for LA around noon and will have a walk-through at the Rose Bowl later this afternoon. They don’t always have walk-throughs in opponent stadiums, but this will make them 2-2 this year as they also had one at The Carrier Dome. They don’t typically go out for a team meal but have one at the hotel where they are staying, usually staying at really nice hotels that can do that quite well.
— To answer some questions on the stadiim: The track will definitely come out, and that’s been said from day one. There has never been a proposal that didn’t involve removing the track; and they don’t really want to increase capacity much, feeling that they want to keep the stadium full as much as possible and the last few years have proven the fan base is a little more fluid than some might have thought.
— There will definitely be some California-area recruits at the game this weekend, one notable one is DT Craig Noble, who has been listed as a soft commit to UW but is also considering UCLA.

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