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November 23, 2010 at 4:40 PM

Tuesday practice reports

Yes, reports, as both UW and Cal are already done for the day.
You can find Cal’s here via the BearTalk blog. Sounds as if Cal is getting healthy at cornerback and tight end. Included is a transcript of the press conferences this morning for Cal coach Jeff Tedford and running back Shane Vereen. Tedford discusses the probable return of Cal’s starting cornerbacks in that transcript.
As for UW, the Huskies got off the field at about 3:45 p.m. or so.
The most notable news is that starting nose tackle Alameda Ta’amu did not practice, bothered by a sprained ankle suffered against UCLA. He practiced some on Monday but it did not get better so he sat out today with the hope that he can return tomorrow. Chris Robinson took the snaps with the ones in his place.
And guard Ryan Tolar was again out with a sprained knee, with Erik Kohler taking his place in the starting lineup.
Safety Sean Parker wore red but was on the field.
Otherwise, no changes to the lineup.
UW coach Steve Sarkisian does not talk after Tuesday’s practice so nothing new from the coach today.

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