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Husky Football Blog

The latest news and analysis on the Montlake Dawgs.

August 24, 2010 at 9:17 PM

Tuesday night news and notes

I wasn’t at practice tonight, taking the night off, but I’ll be out there the rest of the week.
But word is nothing significant in terms of injuries. The team was in shells (helmets and shoulder pads) so no real hitting. Also sounds as if it was a night for some of the younger guys as Nick Montana and Keith Price took most of the reps at QB (nothing wrong with Jake Locker, just a night devoted to some of the younger players). UW coach Steve Sarkisian may be trying to get all the info he can to make a decision on a backup — he has said he will make a decision in his own mind before the BYU game, even if he may not announce it publicly immediately.
Also, a few other notes to pass along:
Mason Kelley’s story for Wednesday’s paper focused on DE De’Shon Matthews, quietly having a solid camp and in the running for a starting spot, and at the least, a regular role in the rotation.
KJR-AM will be on the air from the “Raise the Woof” Husky Football kickoff celebration live Friday night at 7 p.m. Here are details on the “Raise the Woof,” one of the highlights of which is the naming of the team captains for the season.
— It has also been announced that UW coach Sarkisian’s coach’s show will air each Monday night at 4:30, a little earlier than some previous years. Also, it will originate from the Don James Center and is open to the public.
— Syracuse’s, UW’s second foe on Sept. 11, is running into a slew of injuries.
— Former Husky Marcel Reece is making a run at Oakland’s No. 1 fullback spot.
Rob Rang of CBSSports.com delivers a feature on Locker.
— PointSpreads.com has Locker at 8-to-1 to win the Heisman.
— The big Pac-10 news of the day is that Colorado apparently won’t become a member of the conference until 2012. As the story details, Colorado apparently couldn’t work out a deal to leave the Big 12 early without paying a hefty exit fee. Utah is expected to join in 2011, so looks like the conference will have an odd number of teams for one season. And also worth wondering if this teams they put off the decisions on how to divide the conference for a little while.
Dennis Dodd of CBSSports.com picks Locker as the Pac-10’s best offensive player and the Huskies to finish third in the Pac-10 this year.
All for now.

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