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April 7, 2008 at 7:53 PM

Montgomery to WSU

James Montgomery, the running back who committed to UW in the summer of 2005 then decommitted and signed with Cal, is now headed to Washington State.
Here’s a story on his new plans from the Sacramento Bee.
Tyrone Willingham envisioned Montgomery as a centerpiece of his first full recruiting class at UW, hoping he would team with Jake Locker to form the Husky backfield of the future. But after being a UW commit for six months or so, Montgomery changed his mind and decided to stay near his home of Sacramento and attend Cal. He played last season, then decided to transfer. He’ll have to sit out 2008 and then have two years of eligibility remaining.
Here’s a Seattle Times story from 2006 detailing UW’s recruitment of Montgomery and here’s his bio.

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