UW coach Steve Sarkisian was a guest on KJR-AM today with Dave “Softy” Mahler.
I’m not able to provide a big transcription, but a few things he touched on are how the recruiting class is coming along, the quarterback competition and how the team has responded to the disappointing end to the 2011 season.
“That season didn’t end the way we wanted it so we have a bad taste in our mouth,” Sarkisian said.
In a couple of personnel notes, he also said Hau’oli Jamora “will be a challenge” to be ready for spring ball and said it is an ACL injury to the knee and said it is too soon to know what they will get out of him this spring. And he said receiver James Johnson should be ready to go in the spring.
He also said he was not interested in pursuing potential NFL opportunities this off-season and that he is excited for the future at UW and that “the last thing I want to do is go somewhere else and have somebody else reap the benefits of all the work we have put in” rebuilding the program at Washington.
Here’s the link.
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