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September 26, 2011 at 1:30 PM

Quick press conference notes and Sarkisian video

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

Here are a few quick highlights:

John Timu has a sore neck — Sarkisian referred to it as whiplash — but otherwise is fine and there are no restrictions on when he can return to practice.

Johri Fogerson is having an MRI on his injured knee and his status for now is uncertain.

Greg Ducre should be able to return in a few days from his concussion.

Nate Fellner should be able to return this week.

Hau’oli Jamora should be eligible for a redshirt year. Josh Shirley and Talia Crichton, who will move back to weakside end from strongside, will be his primary replacements, with Andrew Hudson primarily backing up Everrette Thompson on the other side.

Here’s some video — I’ll have more detailed quotes later:

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