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December 29, 2008 at 10:06 PM

Monday night notes

The wind has died down, but there’s still a few notes and links to, uh, blow your way tonight. …
— One reader asked if there were any coaches on any of the NFL staffs that were fired today who might make sense to come to UW in some capacity. There are two on the Detroit Lions —- Phil Snow and Jimmy Lake. Snow as UW’s defensive coordinator in 2003 and 2004 and Lake was defensive backs coach in 2004. Both were obviously fired along with the rest of Keith Gilbertson’s staff. I have no idea if either would be a candidate now, or if Steve Sarkisian knows either of them, but Lake is a Washington native who grew up in Spokane and later played and coached at Eastern Washington. Snow was also a former defensive coordinator at UCLA and was hired at UW by Rick Neuheisel so I’m thinking he might be a candidate to take over the DC job for the Bruins if DeWayne Walker leaves.
— Speaking of Walker, sounds as if he may be named head coach at New Mexico State tomorrow. This story also notes that former WSU QB Timm Rosenbach is in line for an assistant’s job of some sort there.
— Here’s another Rose Bowl story with a few comments from Sarkisian on handling two jobs for a few more days.
— A Bleacher Report columnist says he wasn’t sure it would be a good idea for Sarkisian to continue to be OC for USC but that after watching practice today he thinks it will turn out just fine.
— Missouri coach Gary Pinkel talks about why he didn’t pursue the UW job in this blog item from the New York Times.
— For those wondering about the potential availability of Ed Orgeron, this report says he’s staying with the Saints (it’s about halfway down).
All for now.

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