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Husky Football Blog

The latest news and analysis on the Montlake Dawgs.

January 4, 2010 at 9:53 PM

Monday night notes

Former UW coaches and players making moves, and the proverbial more. …
— Former UW assistant Bobby Hauck named a few coaches with UW ties to his new staff at UNLV today. J.D. Williams, brother of Curtis Williams and a UW assistant during the Tyrone Willingham era, will be assistant head coach, passing game coordinator and defensive backs coach (try to fit all that on a card); former UW OL Dominic Daste, who played on the 2000 Rose Bowl team, will be tight ends coach; and Ty Gregorak, a grad assistant at UW in 2001-02, will be LB coach. All those coaches will have a few returns to the Palouse on tap with a game at Idaho in 2010 and at Washington State in 2011.
Dick Baird had a nice story today on Dawgman.com about former UW LB Lester Towns now being an assistant strength coach at Alabama, meaning he’ll be there for the national title game Thursday night. (It’s a pay story, but you can find it here). Towns is officially termed an “athletics intern” on the Alabama athletic directory (and I also note a whopping 11 employees in the strength and conditioning department).
— UW’s on-line roster has not been updated in terms of any personnel movement. But I noticed today that the individual player bios have been updated, listing their stats and other accomplishments of this season, so if there’s something about what a player did this season you are curious you can just check out his page. You can find the roster here.
— Arizona State hired Noel Mazzone as its offensive coordinator today. Here’s more from the Arizona Republic.
Nick Daschel lists his top five Pac-10 underachieving games of 2009 (none of which involves UW).
— OSU DT Stephen Paea is considering coming out early, though one draft analyst says he should stay put.
All for now.

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