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October 1, 2009 at 12:08 PM

Early-afternoon notes — UW marching band to perform in South Bend

Percy Allen is actually covering practice today as I prepare for the trip to Notre Dame, so he’ll be along in a little while with whatever personnel/injury updates there are.
In the meantime, a couple quick notes. …
— The UW marching band will perform at the College Football Hall of Fame in South Bend Saturday at 11 a.m. Here is more info.
— Handicapper Lee Sterling was just on with Dave Mahler on KJR and picked Notre Dame to win 37-33 but that he expects UW to have no problem covering the 13.5-point spread. He said Notre Dame is not the same since losing WR Michael Floyd and that the Irish defense “is a step slow” and UW should have the speed to make some plays on it. “I think this game goes down to the wire,” he said before picking ND to win in a close one. This might be a good omen for UW as Sterling is among those who picked Stanford to win handily last week.
— ESPN’s Greg Biggins has a couple of updates on guys UW is recruiting, including OL Nick Rowland. BIggins reports that Rowland is suddenly being heavily pursued by UCLA and will take a trip there, increasing the competition for his services. Rowland was among those who visited UW for the LSU game.
All for now.

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