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October 6, 2007 at 8:44 AM

Boyles on his test

Talked with Anthony Boyles last night who said, among other things, that he has changed his plans on coming to Seattle and won’t do so now until shortly before he enrolls in January.
Boyles had originally said he planned to come up this fall so he could at least work out informally with some of the players on the team, but he said he plans now to stay in California and work until coming up to enroll.
Boyles said he got a 77 when he needed a 67 and that he’s confident all of his transcripts will pass muster with the school and the NCAA Clearinghouse.
“I’ve been really stressing about all of this,” he said, adding he lost almost 10 pounds in the month before taking the test while worrrying about and preparing for it. He also said he hasn’t been doing much football-related activity while trying to concentrate on the test.
As I wrote here yesterday, a UW spokesman says nothing is official and it could be a little while until it is.
I’m out of town (actually, in Pullman checking out the Cougars and Sun Devils) so there may not be much else on the blog over the weekend.

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