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November 30, 2012 at 4:32 PM

Friday afternoon notes — Recruiting stuff, and more

One other thing UW coach Steve Sarkisian mentioned in his KJR-AM interview earlier today is that the Huskies will have nine official visitors next weekend — though he obviously can’t say who and the various recruiting sites appear to still be trying to piece together who will be showing up.

As for this weekend, it’s not looking as if it will be as busy. As of Friday afternoon, Dawgman.com had just one visitor listed for this weekend — DT Lyndon Tulimasealii of College of the Desert, who also reports offers from Oregon State, PItt and Utah. More may show up — this stuff changes by the minute this time of year. But for now, it appears this won’t be among UW’s busier weekends.

IN OTHER NEWS. …

— For some more recruiting news, tere is a recap of Mason Kelley’s chat on ESPN’s HuskyNation today.

— Boise State may be the next two opponents for UW. A good place to follow the Broncos is the BroncoBeat blog. Boise State plays Nevada Saturday at 12:30 p.m. — here’s a preview — after which some of the bowl pieces may start to fall into place.

Rob Moseley of the Eugene Register-Guard puts some perspective on the Chip Kelly-NFL rumors.

— Utah State’s Gary Andersen, thought a candidate at both Cal and Colorado, announced this afternoon he is staying put.

— I missed this the other day, but this is a good look at what went wrong at Colorado.

— Cal kept five assistant coaches who are continuing to work during the search for a new coach.

— One Denver columnist offers his thoughts on what Colorado should do.

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