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September 12, 2011 at 1:30 PM

Video: Sarkisian talks about Hawaii, Nebraska and more

UW coach Steve Sarkisian’s weekly Monday press conference has concluded.

And it was fairly bereft of big news, as the Huskies didn’t have a lot of personnel question marks exiting the Hawaii game.

Sarkisian said starting free safety Nate Fellner is the one question mark with a hamstring pull. He was replaced by Justin Glenn, and Sarkisian said Taz Stevenson is also getting back to full strength and is able to add depth there as well, if needed. Sarkisian also said James Sample should be back this week. Also, Greg Walker (concussion) should be able to return.

Cort Dennison has a thigh bruise but should be fine for the game, and Sarkisian said Keith Price and Chris Polk each came through the game just fine (though Price called his knee “a work in progress” and said he hopes to be 100 percent by kickoff).

In the video below, he reviews the Hawaii game and previews the Nebraska game while also touching on a few other topics:

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