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September 10, 2010 at 2:53 PM

Day-before odds and ends

A few notes as we head to kickoff:
— The school announced today that the 1960 and 1961 Rose Bowl teams will be honored today as the Husky Legends at the end of the third quarter.
— Remember, parking and tailgating will be impacted greatly by the SoundTransit project. For all the info on the changes, click here.
— The game will air live on FSN-NW at 4 p.m. There will also be a replay at 11 a.m. on Monday on FSN-NW.
— Former Husky Nate Robinson had his jersey retired today at Rainier Beach High, and Mason Kelley has some video.
— Here’s the Associated Press preview of the game focusing on Jake Locker’s debut performance against the Orange in 2007.
— Also, here is some audio from an interview with Mason Foster on Monday. Meant to transcibe this earlier but didn’t get around to it, but he talks about the game this week, and his change in position to weakside linebacker helping him get a few more tackles last week:

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All for now.

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