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Husky Football Blog

The latest news and analysis on the Montlake Dawgs.

October 1, 2009 at 10:08 AM

UW’s schedule this weekend

The Huskies are on the field for practice as I type this, a final workout at Husky Stadium before leaving in a few hours for Notre Dame.
Here is the team’s schedule for today from the CoachSark.com web site. The team will arrive in South Bend at about 8:25 tonight (though the team isn’t actually staying right in South Bend but in Michigan City, about 30 miles away).
The Huskies will work out somewhere near the hotel on Friday, then head to South Bend for a walk-through at about 4 p.m. on Friday. That is not open to the public but fans would be welcome to meet the team buses at the stadium if they want (and one thing to remember is that it’s still Eastern Time right now in South Bend and Central Time in Chicago and Michigan City).
On Saturday, the team is scheduled to arrive at Notre Dame Stadium around 1:50 p.m. Eastern Time if you want to greet the team then.
Otherwise, the Huskies really aren’t doing anything open to the public during their time there. As Steve Sarkisian said earlier in the week, the coaches are treating this as a business trip, so no visits to the College Football Hall of Fame or anything like that.
As for events for fans making the trip, as noted earlier in the week, there is no Husky Warm Up being hosted by the UW. But another option is Notre Dame’s Irish Green, which is similar to UW’s The Zone. Here is a schedule of events at the Irish Green this weekend.
And again, if any of you know of any other events surrounding the game, feel free to post those in the comments section.
We’ll have more from UW’s practice in a little while.

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