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Archives: Oct. 2006

Oct.
31st

Husky Walk could become Husky tradition

Coach Tyrone Willingham said he was pleased enough with the inaugual Husky Walk into the stadium Saturday that he plans to repeat it before the UW-Stanford game and beyond.


“It was wonderful,” he said. “I thought that was really one of the bright spots of our day. Hopefully it will be one of the bright spots of our program in the future, to add another touch of connection with our fans, but also another sense of tradition and pride that we have as a football program that we want to share with our fans.”


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Oct.
31st

Lacey’s Jonathan Stewart day-to-day for Ducks

Jonathan Stewart, Oregon’s star tailback from Lacey, is listed as day-to-day with rib and abdominal injuries suffered Saturday against Portland State.


Still, Stewart is always part of the story when UW or WSU plays Oregon. So, here is a good update/profile written a couple of weeks ago by our Washington State reporter, Todd Milles.

Oct.
30th

Carl Bonnell to start

Coach Tyrone Willingham and Carl Bonnell himself both said the junior quarterback should be ready to practice this week and start Saturday at Oregon despite his pre-existing shoulder injury and the new concussion suffered in the weekend loss to Arizona State.


Other injury news wasn’t as good. Safety Jason Wells (knee) is not expected to be ready this week, although Willingham said he expects him back before the end of the season. Willingham said either Mesphin Forrester or Chris Hemphill will likely fill in, because Dashon Goldson is too valuable to shift from cornerback.


Willingham said tailback Kenny

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Oct.
28th

Locker to redshirt

UW coaches said Saturday night that they have decided against playing former Ferndale star quarterback Jake Locker this season.


If Carl Bonnell can’t go next weekend at Oregon, Johnny DuRocher will start and Felix Sweetman will be in reserve.

Oct.
28th

ASU 26, UW 23 (OT)

Player of the game

Arizona State tailback Keegan Herring led the Sun Devils with 98 rushing yards, including a 65-yard touchdown run late in the third quarter that moved ASU ahead, 20-6. Herring also was tied for the ASU lead with three catches for a team-high 43 yards.


UW player of the game

Safety C.J. Wallace led Washington with nine tackles – one behind the line and several of them jolting. He also forced a fumble.


Key statistics

Starting UW quarterback Carl Bonnell completed nine of 23 passes for 67 yards with two interceptions and

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