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Husky Football Blog

The latest news and analysis on the Montlake Dawgs.

October 22, 2009 at 5:44 PM

Thursday practice notes — Steve Sarkisian has the flu

Coach Steve Sarkisian didn’t look sick, but he said he was bitten by the flu bug last Friday.
“I got it Friday before the Arizona State game,” he said. “I’m just kind of getting over it now. So stand back.”
On Tuesday, he spotted Husky basketball player Matthew Bryan-Amaning, who was sick and wearing a surgical mask, in the hallways, ran past him and yelled: “Stay away from me. Keep that stuff over there.”
WR Anthony Boyles has been out this week with an illness. Cody Bruns is expected to pick up the slack and work into the receiver rotation like he did last week at Arizona State.
OTHER NOTES:
— No major changes from Wednesday. Sarkisian said it’s been the best week of practice of the season.
“I thought it was a great week of work,” he said. “I’m sure there’s a lot of concern about how we would respond, and our guys have responded with probably our best week of practice yet.”
— Sarkisian has not ruled out DT Cameron Elisara even though he has not practiced and Everrette Thompson ran with the defensive starters.
— FS Nate Fellner remained with the No. 1 defense, however, Sarkisian said Victor Aiyewa will be avaiable Saturday.
FINALLY A FEW COMMENTS FROM SARKISIAN:
(Thoughts on the schedule.) “It’s not surprising because we knew it going in. We knew going into the season the types of opponent we were facing. We knew how strong this conference is. From top to bottom, there’s great coaches, great players, it’s physical. We face another really good rushing offense this week, another really good, physical defense. It is what it is. It’s going to remain that way until the end of the year.”
(Who might benefit from next week’s bye?)Jordan Polk is going to be the biggest one just from the time off and being able to come back for that UCLA week. He’s the one that really jumps out. We just got a lot of other guys on the team that are nicked up. (They’re) playing through nicks and bumps and bruises and those are always great during bye week to kind of let heal. But Jordan I think will be the biggest one to get back.”
***UDATED 6:37 P.M.***
Chris Fetters from Scout.com is reporting UW received its 19th commitment from Hawaii receiver Dalaunte ‘Taz’ Stevenson. He’s rated the No. 81 receiver in the country and received offers from Washington State, Utah, Wyoming and Hawaii.

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