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September 15, 2012 at 6:20 PM

A few quick post-game notes

A few quick post-game notes:

— We are not really getting injury updates anymore. But UW coach Steve Sarkisian said Danny Shelton will be okay. Shelton apparently injured his foot in the first half and was on street clothes in the second half. But as Tweeted by Elise Woodward, who conducts the post-game interview for the school’s radio network, Sarkisian said Shelton was held out for precautionary reasons.

— Woodward also Tweeted that Sarkisian said Talia Crichton and Kevin Smith will be back next week.

— Sarkisian was asked about Colin Tanigawa, of whom it was Tweeted by the school has a knee injury. Sarkisian said only he did not know the status of Tanigawa.

— No other injuries were apparent in the game.

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