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December 14, 2009 at 10:02 PM

Story on secondary recruiting violation posted

Here’s the story on the secondary recruiting violation that KING-5 TV broke tonight.
What’s in the story is all I know about it at the moment. As you can read, we did confirm through UW officials that they did self-report what was classified as a secondary violation in relation to the incident.
What’s important to note is that this apparently happened last year sometime, either December or January, and is not related to the Class of 2010.
The KING-5 story says it happened during Steve Sarkisian’s first weekend as head coach. However, UW did not have any recruits in for visitors until January, so that seems a more likely time for when this violation occurred. Other than getting confirmation that UW did self-report a secondary violation in connection with this, however, more information was not available tonight other than what was in the KING-5 report.
Here’s KING-5’s story.

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