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Husky Football Blog

The latest news and analysis on the Montlake Dawgs.

June 17, 2009 at 12:23 PM

Wednesday afternoon notes

Sorry for the lack of activity on here the last day or so, but actually had to fit some more “furlough” hours into this week and that was part of it. Anyway, a few notes to pass along.
— The new graduate assistant/tight ends coach is expected to be Brent Miller, a former player at Arizona State who may be best known to UW fans for catching the winning TD pass in overtime here in 2006. He is the older brother of Zach Miller of the Raiders. At ASU, Miller played for current UW offensive line coach/run game coordinator Dan Cozzetto. Miller would replace Klayton Adams, who left after spring ball for a full-time position at Sacramento State.
— Linebacker Bradly Roussel has reportedly left the Huskies to transfer to a school closer to his home in Louisiana. Dawgman.com reported that Roussel is looking for a school where he might be likely to play more than he figured to at UW. He redshirted as a true freshman last season. This will obviously open up another scholarship for the Class of 2010, and with a new coaching staff in its first season, I would expect more such moves before next February, when that class will officially sign, one reason it is expected that the Huskies will likely take a lot more commitments than it might appear they would have room for on paper. (I’ll have a post breaking down the scholarship situation in detail soon).
— Dawgman.com and Rivals.com are each reporting that WR Tevin Carter of Santee in Los Angeles is now a soft commit to the Huskies. Sounds ominously as if USC is the school to beat for Carter now as he noted that the Trojans have just begun to really recruit him and that he considers the Trojans, Cal and UW as his top three.
— BusterSports.com rates UW at No. 89 in its countdown of Division-I teams.
— ESPN.com’s Ted Miller writes about the transfers from Oregon.

— The South Bend Tribune has this note on Joe Montana playing in Charlie Weis’ charity golf tournament over the weekend a few days after his son, Nick, spurned Notre Dame to commit to UW.
Jon Wilner has an interesting look at what he wishes the Pac-10 bowl lineup could be. But as his wish list lineup shows, it’s hard for the Pac-10 to break much past Texas as those bowls simply aren’t interested in the conference for geographic reasons.
All for now.

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