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August 19, 2011 at 9:52 PM

Video: Steve Sarkisian after Friday’s practice

The Huskies are off the field following their Friday night practice, which also concluded what is their second-to-last two-a-day of camp.

In the big personnel news, UW coach Steve Sarkisian announced that running back Kyle Lewis, will not be part of the team after not being cleared by the NCAA Clearinghouse.

Lewis was a late addition to the class, with UW coaches hoping he could add depth at tailback. That’s been a hard-hit spot with the loss for the season to the injury of Deontae Cooper and, for a week or so, the loss of Chris Polk to a knee injury.

I’ll have a bit more on practice later.

Here’s video of Sarkisian’s post-practice meeting with the media, including his comments on Lewis and an update on Polk:

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