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August 25, 2010 at 3:44 PM

Early Wednesday practice notes —- Bellotti talks about Locker, and BYU still hasn’t named a starting QB

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The Huskies are on the field for what may be their final sun-drenched practice of camp. The weather’s supposed to take a turn for the worse tonight, and maybe lasting a week or so according to the much-too-perky weathercaster I heard on the way in. So pictures like the one at right of the UW OL going their early paces with a bright sun beating down may soon become rare.
As UW began practice, only two players appeared to be out — DE Kalani Aldrich, who I think is just on his regular rotation of sitting out to rest his knee; and WR James Johnson, still battling an ankle sprain. Johnson was in full pads, but didn’t appear to be doing anything.
But other guys who have been limited lately, such as LB Cort Dennison and OT Senio Kelemete, were out there during the early drills (I caution that we’ll get a better reading during the team period that will conclude practice).
IN OTHER NEWS. …
— Former Oregon coach Mike Bellotti heaped a lot of praise on UW QB Jake Locker in his new role as an ESPN analyst today, saying that he has has the strongest arm in the conference and is the best in the conference under pressure and the best leader:
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— Also, BYU ended its fall camp today without naming a starting QB. Here’s more on BYU’s practice today.
Ted Miller looks ahead to Kasen Williams’ pending decision and links a story in which ESPN.com’s Greg Biggins reiterates what he’s said several times before, that it will be a big shock if Williams doesn’t pick UW.
More after practice.

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