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November 19, 2007 at 9:58 AM

Monday notes

The depth chart is out for this week, as well as a list of the 21 seniors that the school says will be making their final appearance at Husky Stadium.
There are no surprises in that group as it includes only those players who are listed as fifth-year seniors plus a few walk-ons. Juan Garcia is not among them, either. We’ll see later if this is a complete list.
Also, the depth chart is out and still lists Jake Locker and Carl Bonnell as co-starters at QB. But based on the comments of UW offensive coordinator Tim Lappano, the expectation is that Locker will be back this week and will start Saturday.
Byron Davenport is again listed as a starter at cornerback after missing Saturday’s game with a thigh bruise.
ALSO,
— This is our main story on the Apple Cup today, focusing on the stakes involved for the two teams, including the job status of WSU coach Bill Doba.
— Here’s our notebook for today focusing on UW’s diverse offense, which was able to maul Cal on Saturday despite the loss of Locker, which meant no use of the spread option.
Ken Goe of the Oregonian contributes a column contrasting how Tyrone Willingham dealt with Locker’s injury with how Mike Bellotti handled Dennis Dixon.
UPDATE: HERE’S A LIST OF THE SENIORS: Wilson Afoa, Erik Berglund, Carl Bonnell, Linus Chou, Quintin Daniels, Cody Ellis, Greyson Gunheim, Tim Harris, Dan Howell, Robert Lewis, Roy Lewis, Erick Lobos, Chad Macklin, Louis Rankin, Caesar Rayford, Marcel Reece, Jordan Reffett, Anthony Russo, Kyle Trew, Corey Williams, Sho Yoshinaga. Again, this is what’s on the UW press release today as the seniors playing their final home game this weekend. Several of you have asked me questions about this. This is all I know, that this is the list on the UW media release today. We’ll ask later if this is the complete list. But I’m assuming for now if they are not on this list, they are not seniors. All of these are fifth-year (or fourth-year seniors who have no eligibility left) or walk-ons. None of these are fourth-year juniors, as was the case last year.

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