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May 7, 2009 at 1:09 PM

Thursday news, notes

A few post-chat notes to pass along. …
— It has been announced today that there will be no special legislative session this year, which means no more movement on SB 6116. No one at UW expected any differently, which is why Husky AD Scott Woodward made the comments he did a few weeks ago that elicited some controversy on the other side of the state. Still, for anyone who held out hope of any action this year, it’s officially dead now.
— A couple of you wondered if there will be names on the back of jerseys after seeing the video yesterday of a few players trying out the new uniforms. I have been informed again that the names will be on the backs of the jerseys. The ones in the video were just demos.
— I can confirm that UW offensive graduate assistant Klayton Adams is leaving, apparently for a full-time spot at Sacramento State. Adams had been working with UW’s tight ends so no matter how the Huskies fill the GA spot now they will need to cover the TE position in some manner, as well.
— Some interesting recruiting news in this item from Greg Biggins of ESPN.com. Most notable may be an item on Nick Montana where he says he’s hoping to set up a visit to UW.
— You guys may not like this, but I’ll pass it along anyway for discussion’s sake, if nothing else. The Orange County Register asserts that USC’s coaching staff is better this year than it was last year with Steve Sarkisian and Nick Holt and details some reasons why it thinks so.
All for now.

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