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Husky Football Blog

The latest news and analysis on the Montlake Dawgs.

October 15, 2007 at 9:15 AM

Monday notes

Some notes for a drizzly Monday morning:
DEPTH CHART OUT: This week’s depth chart is out and while there are no huge changes, there are a few small ones:
— WR Quintin Daniels is not listed on the two-deep, meaning that knee sprain he suffered is apparently enough to keep him out this week, if not beyond. We’ll find out more at the press conference today.
— OT Ben Ossai is listed on the depth chart indicating his injury isn’t all that serious.
Jordan Murchison is now listed as a backup to Roy Lewis at one corner spot with Vonzell McDowell and Matt Mosley behind Byron Davenport at the other.
J.R. Hasty is listed as the backup TB with Brandon Johnson and Curtis Shaw behind him. That position figures to remain in flux the rest of the year, however.
Darrion Jones is listed as a backup DE to Daniel Te’o-Nesheim, his first appearance on the depth in a while. He got a few snaps Saturday.
— As became evident Saturday, Mason Foster is running ahead of Chris Stevens as the backup to E.J. Savannah at weakside linebacker, making you wonder what the future if for Stevens, a seemingly talented player who is now halfway through his junior year with no real defined role. Foster started in place of Savannah for the first series with Savannah benched for disciplinary reasons (as was Casey Bulyca). UW coach Tyrone Willingham did not detail what those reasons were per his long-standing policy on such matters.
OTHER NOTES
— Here’s our story today that tries to put into perspective some of what happened Saturday night in Tempe.
— The Eugene Register-Guard’s blog reports that Oregon RB Jeremiah Johnson tore the ACL in his right knee Saturday and is out for the year. That’s a big loss for the Ducks, and as the report notes, is the third offensive starter now out for the year for Oregon.
— We’ll have more later today after UW’s weekly Monday press luncheon.

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