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November 17, 2009 at 6:16 PM

Tuesday practice notes

I’m actually down in Portland tonight for the Seattle University basketball game, but Percy Allen checked into practice this afternoon and sounds like nothing out of the ordinary.
Pretty much status quo on the injury front with nothing new of any note.
So in the absence of any news from UW, I’ll pass along a few other notes and links. …
— A couple of you asked whether anything was said today on the Pac-10 coaches conference call about Jim Harbaugh going for two against USC. Here’s Ted Miller’s report on that. And here’s a good review of it from Jon Wilner.
— Miller also has this look at which Pac-10 coaches may be on the hot seat, leading off with WSU’s Paul Wulff, whom he says has a “toasty” backside. However, I heard an interview on the way down here that Ian Furness of KJR-AM had with WSU defensive coordinator Chris Ball in which Ball said the coaches have been told they will be back next season.
— However, in bad news for the Cougars, the Spokesman-Review is reporting tonight that DT Toby Turpin, who has started six games this season, has been suspended for the last two games for an unspecified violation of team rules. The SR also notes that LB Jason Stripling, who was arrested for fourth-degree assualt over the weekend, was not at practice today with no reasoning apparent in the story.
— With all the other stuff, I didn’t make mention of Isaiah Stanback’s sudden emergence as a WR for the Patriots. But this story has a good overview of it (it’s in the last item) and it all sounds good for Stanback.
All for now.

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