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April 15, 2010 at 4:35 PM

Early Thursday practice notes, and Spring Game on delayed TV

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Practice has begun out here at a sunny Husky Stadium, and after four straight practices in full pads, the team is going a little lighter today, in helmets, shoulder pads and shorts.
The pictures at right are of former Husky Daniel Te’o-Nesheim talking with the injured Everrette Thompson and Kalani Aldrich during conditoning, and Deontae Cooper during an early return drill.
Not much new. No new injuries, and no one really new that’s back. Maybe most notable is that D’Andre Goodwin remains out with a hamstring injury. Cody Bruns is back but still wearing red, as he was Saturday. Desmond Trufant is still limited but was on the field for some of the helmets-off play run-through early on, which is an important part of practice (Chris Polk also goes through all of those drills).
I didn’t notice any changes to the lineup of note (Demitrius Bronson appeared to still be running primarily as a fullback, for instance).
SPRING GAME TO BE ON DELAYED TV: Also today, the school announced that the University of Washington television station, UWTV, and regional sports network FSN Northwest and UW Athletics will produce and televise a delayed, 90-minute version of “Friday Night Lights,” the Husky football program’s annual spring game, scheduled for Friday, April 30 at 6:30 p.m. in Husky Stadium.
The press release states that the telecast will debut on UWTV Saturday, May 1 at 8 p.m. with additional airings throughout the week. FSN Northwest will televise the game three times beginning Monday, May 3. The game will also feature a live stream through the subscription-based Dawg Channel All-Access on GoHuskies.com. A separate broadcast will air live on the radio throughout the Puget Sound by 950 KJR AM.
For more, read here.

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