First off, we’ll hold a live chat at noon to talk about the halfway point of spring football.
Now, on to some links:
— For my main story for today, I wrote about Demitrius Bronson (pictured right last year against Oregon) and his experiment at fullback, as well as how some of the rules changes yesterday could impact the Huskies. Bronson said he’s up to about 225 pounds, having put on about 10 from last year, so he feels he can handle the demands of fullback.
— Coach Sark’s Daily Top Five includes naming Mason Foster as Player of the Day.
— The National Football Post takes a look at the Huskies.
— I should have made clear in my post last night that Chandler (Ariz.) High coach Jim Ewan is here to speak at the coaches clinic this weekend. Here’s a look at who will participate and more details.
— As I noted earlier, SI.com’s Stewart Mandel attended practice yesterday. He Tweeted that he came away impressed with Jesse Callier.
— I neglected to get this up yesterday when it was announced, but the former Emerald Bowl in San Francisco now has a new name and date — Jan. 9, a day before the national title game. I’m sure most of you have higher hopes than this for UW, but reality is this could easily be a landing spot for the Huskies next year.
— Tony Barnhart cites the Jake Locker play against BYU in 2008 to say that the NCAA got it right in changing the taunting rule yesterday.
All for now.
April 16, 2010 at 7:37 AM
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