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Husky Football Blog

The latest news and analysis on the Montlake Dawgs.

January 2, 2010 at 7:38 PM

Saturday night notes

Here are a few quick items to pass along. …
— First, here’s a story on Nick Montana from the Under Armour All-America Game today, noting that coach Sam Wyche also coached Joe Montana and says he sees a lot of similarities. Montana rotated with two others at QB so no one put up huge numbers. But he threw for 38 yards and a touchdown in his time on the field. He was the only UW commit in the game.
— Here’s a wrapup of the game itself, won 32-7 by the Black team for which Montana played.
— As noted in the earlier entry, four other UW commits played in the Offense-Defense Bowl today, as well. Here’s a pay story from Scout.com with the details of what was a 35-0 win for the West, the team for which all of the UW commits played. However, none of the future Huskies are mentioned in the story. The web site for the game promises to have more info soon (and I’ll update this later as it comes along). I was not able to watch the game, covering the Seattle U basketball game, instead, but will try to watch a replay later. The game will be shown again tonight at 10 p.m. on FCS, channel 415 on Comcast in the Seattle area.
— Cal’s Jahvid Best announced today he is heading for the NFL, news that wasn’t a real surprise to anyone. He’s the third Pac-10 player to officially announce — the others are USC DE Everson Griffen and UCLA DT Brian Price (here’s a good wrapup of who has said what so far). Stanford’s Toby Gerhart, listed as a senior but with a year of eligibility left, is also expected to turn pro, and most seem to think USC’s Joe McKnight will, as well, though he has yet to say anything. The deadline to declare is Jan. 15.
All for now.

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