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Husky Football Blog

The latest news and analysis on the Montlake Dawgs.

December 10, 2009 at 10:26 PM

Thursday night notes — UW commits prepare for title games, and more

First off, thanks for all the great participation so far in our Second Annual UW Football Blog Bowl Contest. Up to 93 entries as I type this, which means that if no one else enters, I’m guaranteed of finishing in the top 100, so I’ve got that going for myself.
Anyway, on to some late-night links. …
— I think there are only three UW 2010 commits still playing their high school seasons. Two are Nick Montana and Erik Kohler, whose Oaks Christian team plays for a Northern Division title Friday night.
— The other is Keanon Lowe, whose Jesuit of Portland team plays for the Oregon 6A state title Saturday. As noted in the story, Lowe was his league’s MVP on both offense and defense this season at receiver and free safety. He’s set to get his first look at WR at UW.
— Commit Colin Porter, an OL from Bothell, is set to play in an all-star game in Hawaii this weekend. The story also notes that Porter and Bothell teammate Michael Hartvigson, also a UW commit, will each play in an all-star game in Florida in January.
— In case you missed it earlier, Stanford RB Toby Gerhart won the Doak Walker Award Thursday night as the best running back in the country.
— This isn’t on-topic to much of anything, but I found this a fascinating look at all the gifts the bowl games are giving out this season to the participating players.
— Former Husky Charles Frederick has signed to play for the Jacksonville entry of the new arena football league.
All for now.

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