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October 24, 2007 at 8:13 PM

Couple quick notes

Had a chance to talk with Lorenzo Romar for a little while today, and a lot of that is for a story that will run in the next day or two. But here are a few notes and quotes from that conversation
— He’s really happy with the way the freshmen are playing, and more importantly, the attitude they are bringing. He says the plan right now is that all four will play this season, with no plans to redshirt anyone. Justin Holiday has been playing particularly well, though he was slowed for a day or so by a knee infection this week.
— Romar always raves about the play of Jon Brockman and today was no different as Brockman was the first player he mentioned when I asked how the “veterans” of the team were doing.
— Others Romar said have played well or late are Tim Morris, Justin Dentmon, Ryan Appleby and Joel Smith. Dentmon, he said, “has done really well the last few days” and has been cutting down on turnovers. Appleby “has been very consistent.” Morris was bothered for a little while by a leg injury but has been fine the last few days.
Joe Wolfinger is still limited to 90 minutes a day but Romar said he is doing well.
— Romar said there is “probably more emphasis” on defense in this pre-season than any of his others at UW. “That’s what we’ve got to get better at,” he said.

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