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March 28, 2010 at 11:31 PM

Sunday night notes — how to catch Sark’s presser Monday, and more

Spring football kicks off Tuesday at 4 p.m., but first UW coach Steve Sarkisian will meet with the media Monday at noon to talk about it.
You can watch the press conference live on UWTV (Channel 27) or catch a replay Monday night at 9:30.
Sarkisian also was on Q It Up Sports tonight and talked about a variety of topics (you can see the video and read a transcript of some of it here). Nothing really new personnel-wise as he said again that he supports whatever Jake Locker does baseball-wise and that there is nothing definitive yet on the future of Andru Pulu.
Sarkisian wrote on his Twitter page earlier today that Nick Montana, Jesse Callier and Victor Burnett have enrolled, so all good to go for the beginning of spring.
Also, I missed this a few days ago but “Dr. Saturday” highlighted Jermaine Kearse as a coming attraction for the 2010 season.
And CollegeFantasyFootballInsider also mentioned Kearse as a reason to think UW will have an explosive offense in 2010.

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