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Husky Football Blog

The latest news and analysis on the Montlake Dawgs.

November 25, 2009 at 5:56 PM

Wednesday practice update

The Huskies are off the field after about an hour and 40 minute practice at the stadium.
Washington’s starting unit remains healthy for the game. However, the Huskies may be down a couple of backups as WR Jordan Polk missed his third straight practice with migraine headaches while LB Alvin Logan suffered a broken fibula in practice on Monday and is out for the final two games. UW coach Steve Sarkisian said Polk’s status for Saturday’s game against WSU is uncertain.
The rest of the personnel situation looked pretty status quo with the exception of seeing Anthony Boyles getting significant work with the No. 1 defense at cornerback and in nickel situations.
Sarkisian said Boyles continues to improve and is inching closer to seeing action and could see the field Saturday against WSU.
Boyles saw a few reps at WR on Tuesday but Sarkisian said that is simply to keep him up to speed at that position should he be needed to play there — and the Huskies could be down in the depth there this week if Polk can’t play. Sarkisian said Boyles typically gets reps at WR during the Friday walk-through, as well, and that it could happen more in the future that players are prepped to play spots on both sides of the ball.
DE Kalani Aldrich also remains out with knee problems. Asked if they could be a long-term problem, Sarkisian said they could be but it was too early to tell now.
And if it needs repeating, LB E.J. Savannah will not play Saturday, Sarkisian said. He indicated it’s unlikely Savannah will be able to play in the season finale against Cal.
DT Cameron Elisara made it through another practice just fine and it looks like he’s in line to start on Saturday.
I’ll have more later from Sarkisian.

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