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August 26, 2010 at 8:33 PM

Sarkisian video, and Thursday night notes

First off, here’s some of the video of Steve Sarkisian’s meeting with the media today after the morning practice:
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The Huskies were scheduled to practice again this afternoon, a workout that was closed to the public. UW is also having its “mock game” on Friday, which is also closed to the public. So no practice-type reports again until Saturday.
UW players and coaches, however, will participate in the “Raise the Woof” celebration Friday night at 7 p.m. — here are details, along with some other notes from practice today from GoHuskies.com.
The other big story today will be the announcement of Skyline High receiver Kasen Williams, generally considered the No. 1 recruit in the state and one of the top two or three receivers in the nation. Mason Kelley of our staff will cover the announcement, and his high school blog and Twitter page will be good places to follow Williams-related developments. Kelley reported on his Twitter page tonight that Williams has made his decision.
The decision of Williams will leave QB Brett Hundley of Chandler, Ariz. as the last of UW’s big three targets still uncommitted. Hundley will make his third unofficial visit to UW this weekend, but won’t do so until after Chandler plays its first game Friday night (there’s a short preview of that game here).
IN OTHER NEWS. …
— The Sporting News lists Jermaine Kearse as one of five players who could shape the Pac-10 race this season.
— BYU held a closed practice today, so not a lot of news out of camp there, but what’s available is here, here, and here.
Daron Thomas had a good scrimmage for Oregon today in the race to be the team’s QB.
— The LA Sentinel has an update of UW commit Matthew Lyons.
Daniel Te’o-Nesheim is expected to get some significant action for the Eagles Friday night against Kansas City.
Michael Rosenberg of SI.com says college football players should be paid.
All for now.

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