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November 14, 2010 at 6:19 PM

Sunday night practice update

I couldn’t be at UW’s practice tonight due to other obligations. But I got a couple of notes from people who were there.
Most notably, QB Jake Locker again practiced, appearing to split reps with Keith Price, another step on the way to being able to play Thursday against UCLA. UW coach Steve Sarkisian was not available to the media tonight since this was essentially a Tuesday practice (the day he doesn’t speak) so there wasn’t anything new from him on Locker.
Sarkisian will meet with the media as usual Monday at noon, his usual weekly press conference, so there might be more of an update on Locker then.
Also, safety Sean Parker appeared to get hurt and was replaced in the nickel by fellow true frosh Taz Stevenson. UW already thin at safety with Justin Glenn still out with a concussion suffered against Oregon.

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