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October 3, 2009 at 7:50 AM

Good morning, Indiana

Morning broke pretty clear out at our hotel in Valparaiso — just a mile or so from the school of the same name. Not sure if this weather will hold up about five hours and 35 miles a way from here, but for now, not a bad morning.
Here’s what it looked like a few minutes ago outside our hotel — the team is staying in Michigan City, not too far away (and if you look closely, you’ll see Husky flags on the red car in the picture as I’ve spotted a few UW fans here this morning):
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IN OTHER NEWS….
—- In case you missed it, here’s my preview story from today’s paper, my take on how the Huskies are trying to approach this game as a business trip. They may be the only ones from what I can tell.
— Here’s the coverage this morning from The South Bend Tribune (though somehow, no mention of our trip to the Linebacker Lounge).
— A few notes and predictions on today’s game from a Notre Dame perspective.
— The NBC Sports Notre Dame blog has more about the Irish than just about anyone could probably want. Scroll down a little bit and there are some clips of Steve Sarkisian and Randy Hart.
Nick Montana had a decent game for Oaks Christian last night, going 15-27 for 120 yards in his team’s 33-13 win (running back Malcom Jones had a big night). This note also says to soon expect a story on Montana and his father, Joe, in The New York Times.
— The one recruit visiting today who also has interest in UW is linebacker Hayes Pullard of Crenshaw in Los Angeles. Here’s a story on the recruits Notre Dame expects in attendance today.
More later from the stadium. I may try a live chat about 90 minutes before the game or so, so check back for that.

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