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November 29, 2010 at 1:28 PM

A few quick notes from Sark’s press conference

UW coach Steve Sarkisian’s press conference for Monday has concluded. Here are a few quick notes:
— Sarkisian said LT Senio Kelemete has a sprained ankle and is still in a boot. He said Kelemete has made good progress but that he can’t say yet whether he can play. He confirmed that Kelemete was hurt when Drew Schaefer landed on his leg on the final play of the game. If Kelemete can’t play then Erik Kohler will shift to tackle with Ryan Tolar improving enough that he could return at guard.
— He said P Kiel Rasp should be fine.
— And of Sean Parker Sarkisian said he may be back this week but that they are not going to rush it. There don’t appear to be any other injury issues (we’ll see later at practice if some of the guys who have been out for a while have a chance to get back for this week, though judging by last week, I’d doubt it).
More detailed quotes from Sarkisian later.

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