Washington starting left guard Dexter Charles was stretching and jogging on his own on one side of the Dempsey Indoor field while the rest of the UW offensive line worked on blocking drills on the other side of the field during practice Wednesday morning.
Can’t draw any conclusions from that, of course, but it seems that Charles is still questionable for Saturday’s game at Arizona State.
During special teams drills, the starting kickoff coverage unit allowed a long return to Marvin Hall. Gulp.
— A tough day for the UW defense hasn’t shaken the Huskies’ confidence.
— Bud Withers says Tyrone Willingham will do a fine job on the College Football Playoff selection committee.
— A look at the names that have surfaced for the selection committee.
— It’s been a noteworthy season so far for UW safety Will Shamburger.
— ESPN lists Tosh Lupoi as one of the Pac-12’s top recruiters.
— Has Arizona State’s Will Sutton, the reigning Pac-12 defensive player of the year, lost a step?
— ASU’s De’Marieya Nelson is expected to play both offense and defense against UW, the first Sun Devil to do that since 1999.
— More coverage of Arizona State from the Arizona Republic.