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November 27, 2007 12:41 PM

Locker, Tolar named to All-Freshman team

Posted by Bob Condotta

QB Jake Locker and guard Ryan Tolar have been named to the 2007 Freshman All-America Second Team.

(Though officially listed as sophomores by UW, the two are redshirt freshmen).

Here's the team:

QB Sam Bradford, Oklahoma, (RS), 6-4/214
HIGH SCHOOL: Oklahoma City (Okla.) Putnam City North
BUZZ: Though a concussion knocked him out of the Sooners' loss to Texas Tech, Bradford still led the nation in passing efficiency for most of the season. He is the fifth starting quarterback to lead OU to a Big 12 title game.

RB Knowshon Moreno, Georgia (RS), 5-11/207
HIGH SCHOOL: Bedford (N.J.) Middletown South
BUZZ: By topping 100 yards in each of his final five SEC games, Moreno became Georgia's first 1,000-yard back since Musa Smith in 2002. Moreno has 1,335 yards this season, and only Herschel Walker had more yards as a freshman at Georgia.

RB LeSean McCoy, Pittsburgh, 5-11/210
HIGH SCHOOL: New Berlin (N.Y.) Milford Academy
BUZZ: Despite splitting time with LaRod Stephens-Howling, McCoy became the third Pitt freshman to top 1,000 rushing yards. Going into the season finale against West Virginia, McCoy has 1,180 yards and 14 touchdowns.

WR Michael Crabtree, Texas Tech (RS), 6-3/208
HIGH SCHOOL: Dallas Carter
BUZZ: Crabtree rewrote the record books, setting national freshman records for receiving yards (1,861), touchdowns (21) and receptions (125). He led the nation in all three categories.

WR Marcus Barnett, Cincinnati (RS), 6-1/175
HIGH SCHOOL: Upper Marlboro (Md.) Douglass
BUZZ: Flourishing as QB Ben Mauk's top deep threat, Barnett finished the regular season with a school-record 13 touchdown catches to go with 845 receiving yards.

TE Rob Gronkowski, Arizona, 6-6/250
HIGH SCHOOL: Pittsburgh Woodland Hills
BUZZ: He became more involved in the offense toward the end of the season. A big target in the passing game, Gronkowski had 26 catches for 496 yards and five touchdowns going into the regular-season finale against Arizona State.

OT Lee Ziemba, Auburn, 6-8/297
HIGH SCHOOL:Rogers (Ark.) HS
BUZZ: Only the third true freshman at any position and the first true freshman lineman to start a season-opener during the Tommy Tuberville era, Ziemba has started every game at right tackle and graded out as one of Auburn's top linemen.

OT Trinton Sturdivant, Georgia, 6-5/293
HIGH SCHOOL: Wadesboro (Ga.) Anson County
BUZZ: Sturdivant made every start this season at left tackle for the Bulldogs. He became the first true freshman offensive lineman to start an opener for Georgia in the Mark Richt era.

OG Maurkice Pouncey, Florida, 6-4/311
HIGH SCHOOL: Lakeland (Fla.) HS
BUZZ: Pouncey started 10 games, including the season-opener, and helped pave the way for Tim Tebow's 838 rushing yards and 22 touchdown runs.

OG Anthony Davis, Rutgers, 6-6/350
HIGH SCHOOL: Piscataway (N.J.) High
BUZZ: Davis helped re-ignite Rutgers' running game. Since Davis became a starter midway through the season, the Scarlet Knights have rushed for more than 230 yards per game.

C Ryan McMahon, Florida State (RS), 6-3/275
HIGH SCHOOL: Rome (Ga.) Darlington
BUZZ: Florida State's offensive line has struggled in recent seasons, but this converted defensive tackle is a bright spot. He started every game at center.

DE Cameron Heyward, Ohio State, 6-6/282
HIGH SCHOOL: Suwanee (Ga.) Peachtree Ridge
BUZZ: Heyward, the son of former NFL running back Craig "Ironhead" Heyward, took over the starting spot midway through the season for one of the nation's best defenses. He finished the regular season with nine tackles for loss.

DE Everson Griffen, USC, 6-3/265
HIGH SCHOOL: Avondale (Ariz.) Agua Fria
BUZZ: Griffen, the No. 6 overall recruit in the 2007 class, did most of his damage in the second half of the season. He had 5.5 sacks this season, and 4.5 of them came against Oregon State on Nov. 3 and Arizona State on Nov. 22.

DT Gerald McCoy, Oklahoma (RS), 6-4/291
HIGH SCHOOL: Oklahoma City (Okla.) Southeast
BUZZ: McCoy, the No. 4 recruit in the class of 2006, occupied opposing offensive linemen on the Big 12's top run defense. He goes into the Big 12 Championship Game with six tackles for loss.

DT Scooter Berry, West Virginia (RS), 6-2/285
HIGH SCHOOL: North Babylon (N.Y.) HS
BUZZ: Berry played a big role on a vastly improved defense. West Virginia is in the top 10 in total defense and scoring defense this season. Berry has 4.5 tackles for loss going into the final regular-season game against Pittsburgh.

LB Rennie Curran, Georgia, 5-11/220
HIGH SCHOOL: Snellville (Ga.) Brookwood
BUZZ: Curran worked his way into the starting lineup for the Florida, Auburn and Kentucky games. Georgia won all three. Against the Wildcats, he had a career-high 13 tackles.

LB Greg Jones, Michigan State, 6-1/220
HIGH SCHOOL: Cincinnati Archbishop Moeller
BUZZ: Jones started six games at outside linebacker and became the Spartans' leading tackler with 73 stops and 7.5 tackles for loss.

LB Scott Lutrus, Connecticut (RS), 6-3/220
HIGH SCHOOL: Brookfield (Conn.) High
BUZZ: Lutrus helped lead Connecticut's surprising season by finishing the regular season with 98 tackles and four interceptions, including two returned for touchdowns.

CB Tavious Polo, Florida Atlantic (RS)
HIGH SCHOOL: Plantation (Fla.) South Plantation
BUZZ: For most of the season, Polo led the nation in interceptions - including the pick that ended Kentucky QB Andre Woodson's record-setting streak of 325 passes without an INT. Four of Polo's seven interceptions have come against BCS-league opponents.

CB Kareem Jackson, Alabama, 5-11/185
HIGH SCHOOL: Macon (Ga.) Westside
BUZZ: Jackson started the season opener and never looked back. He's fourth on the team with 61 tackles and has three interceptions, including two picks in a rout of Tennessee.

SS Eric Berry, Tennessee, 5-11/195
HIGH SCHOOL: Fairburn (Ga.) Creekside
BUZZ: Berry, the third-ranked prospect in the class of 2007, didn't disappoint with four interceptions and starts at cornerback and safety. His 207 yards on interception returns are an SEC freshman record.

FS Deunta Williams, North Carolina (RS), 6-2/195
HIGH SCHOOL: Jacksonville (N.C.) White Oak
BUZZ: On a team that played a ton of freshmen, Williams was one of the best. He started every game and recorded a team-best three interceptions.

K Thomas Weber, Arizona State (RS), 6-1/202
HIGH SCHOOL: Los Angeles Loyola
BUZZ: A Lou Groza Award finalist, Weber started his career by converting his first 17 attempts. He is 20 of 21 overall. Weber is 6-for-6 on attempts of longer than 40 yards, including a long of 53.

P Ryan Shoemaker, Auburn (RS), 6-0/188
HIGH SCHOOL: Birmingham (Ala.) Oak Mountain
BUZZ: Auburn's punting duo of Shoemaker and true freshman Patrick Tatum ranks fourth in the nation in net punting. Shoemaker led the SEC with 43.2 yards per punt.

KR DeMarco Murray, Oklahoma (RS), 6-0/203
HIGH SCHOOL: Las Vegas Bishop Gorman
BUZZ: A member of the Sooners' three-man attack at tailback, Murray was a one-man wrecking crew as a kick returner. He returned two kickoffs for touchdowns among his 15 total scores.

PR David Gilreath, Wisconsin, 5-11/160
HIGH SCHOOL: New Hope (Minn.) Robbinsdale Armstrong
BUZZ: Gilreath led all freshmen with 14.9 yards per return, though none resulted in a touchdown. He also is a good kick returner, as well.

ALL-PURPOSE Jeremy Maclin, Missouri (RS), 6-1/200
HIGH SCHOOL: Kirkwood (Mo.) HS
BUZZ: Maclin has set an NCAA freshman record with 2,509 all-purpose yards (954 receiving, 309 rushing, 947 on kickoff returns, 299 on punt returns) heading into the Big 12 Championship Game. He accounted for 16 touchdowns through the first 12 games. 2007 Freshman All-America Second Team

QB Jake Locker, Washington (RS), 6-2/225
HIGH SCHOOL: Ferndale (Wash.) High
BUZZ: Locker is helping to revive the Huskies. He has 1,920 passing yards, 14 touchdowns and 14 interceptions while running for 910 yards and 12 scores.

RB Terry Grant, Alabama (RS), 5-10/188
HIGH SCHOOL: Lumberton (Ala.) High
BUZZ: Grant helped to ignite Alabama's running game with 891 rushing yards and eight touchdowns.

RB Harvey Unga, BYU (RS), 6-0/221
HIGH SCHOOL: Provo (Utah) Timpview
BUZZ: Unga has 1,050 yards and 10 touchdowns on the ground headed into the regular-season finale. He has added 600 receiving yards and three more TDs.

WR Arrelious Benn, Illinois, 6-2/215
HIGH SCHOOL: Washington (D.C.) Dunbar
BUZZ: The Big Ten freshman of the year, "Rejus" was a matchup nightmare. He finished the regular season with 989 all-purpose yards (596 receiving, 158 rushing and 235 on kickoff returns).

WR Dez Bryant, Oklahoma State, 6-2/210
HIGH SCHOOL: Lufkin (Texas) High
BUZZ: The Cowboys will be in OK shape even when Adarius Bowman leaves because of this physical receiver. Bryant finished the regular season with 34 receptions for 505 yards and four touchdowns.

TE James Casey, Rice, 6-4/245
HIGH SCHOOL: Azle (Texas) High
BUZZ: A former minor league pitcher, Casey - who is 23 - returned to college to catch 46 passes for 585 yards and four touchdowns. He also rushed for five scores and saw time at five positions, including defensive end and quarterback.

OT Gabe Carimi, Wisconsin (RS), 6-8/292
HIGH SCHOOL: Cottage Grove (Wis.) Monona Grove
BUZZ: The mammoth tackles fared well in spite of taking over for No. 3 overall NFL draft pick Joe Thomas.

OT Stephen Schilling, Michigan (RS), 6-5/298
HIGH SCHOOL: Bellevue (Wash.) High
BUZZ: Despite his struggles against Ohio State, Schilling has been solid in 10 starts at right tackle and two at right guard.

OG Clint Boling, Georgia, 6-5/290
HIGH SCHOOL: Alpharetta (Ga.) Chattahoochee
BUZZ: Along with tackle Trinton Sturdivant and guard Chris Davis, Boling is one of three freshman starters on the Bulldogs' line. Boling has started at right tackle and right guard, and Georgia's running game has taken off during the second half of the season.

OG Ryan Tolar, Washington (RS), 6-5/310
HIGH SCHOOL: Pasco (Wash.) High
BUZZ: Tolar has started 11 games at left guard, paving the way for the two-pronged rushing attack headed by QB Jake Locker (910 yards, 12 TDs) and TB Louis Rankin (1,149 yards, six TDs).

C Kristofer O'Dowd, USC, 6-5/300
HIGH SCHOOL: Tucson (Ariz.) Salpointe Catholic
BUZZ: O'Dowd was limited by injuries, but few freshmen were as effective in the offense as he was in his three starts. He was the first Trojans true freshman to start at center.

DE Greg Romeus, Pittsburgh (RS), 6-5/250
HIGH SCHOOL: Coral Springs (Fla.) Coral Glades
BUZZ: He made most of his time with four sacks and 11.5 tackles for a loss, which is tied for the team lead.

DE Kirk DeCremer, Wisconsin (RS), 6-5/238
HIGH SCHOOL: Middleton (Wis.) Verona Area
BUZZ: He was used in a reserve role for most of the season before starting the final two regular-season games. He has 5.5 sacks.

DT Brian Price, UCLA, 6-1/295
HIGH SCHOOL: Los Angeles Crenshaw
BUZZ: The Bruins' veteran defense didn't miss a step when Price entered the lineup because of injury. He has four tackles for losses, a pass breakup and a forced fumble heading into the regular-season finale against USC.

DT Marvin Austin, North Carolina, 6-3/295
HIGH SCHOOL: Washington (D.C.) Ballou
BUZZ: Austin started four games for the Tar Heels, recording 26 tackles, six tackles for a loss and four sacks.

LB Lawrence Wilson, Connecticut (RS), 6-1/220
HIGH SCHOOL: Tuscaloosa (Ala.) Paul W. Bryant
BUZZ: Along with Scott Lutrus, Wilson makes up an outstanding tandem of freshman outside linebackers. Wilson finished the regular season with 106 tackles for the surprising Huskies.

LB Rolando McClain, Alabama, 6-4/255
HIGH SCHOOL: Decatur (Ala.) High
BUZZ: McClain started the season on a tear but cooled off late. He still finished the regular season with 69 tackles.

LB Obinna Ezeh, Michigan (RS), 6-2/243
HIGH SCHOOL: Grand Rapids (Mich.) Catholic Central
BUZZ: Ezeh made eight starts and is fifth on the Michigan team in tackles. He made a total of 35 stops in the final three regular-season games.

CB Donovan Warren, Michigan, 6-0/173
HIGH SCHOOL: Long Beach (Calif.) Poly
BUZZ: The former five-star prospect has a bright future after starting the final 11 games of the regular season. He sealed a victory over Illinois with his first career interception.

CB Omar Bolden, Arizona State, 5-11/200
HIGH SCHOOL: Ontario (Calif.) Colony
BUZZ: Bolden has five pass breakups and an interception for a defense that ranks 17th in pass efficiency heading into the regular-season finale against Arizona.

SS Zac Etheridge, Auburn (RS), 5-11/200
HIGH SCHOOL: Troy (Ala.) Henderson
BUZZ: Second on the team in tackles, Etheridge has five pass breakups and two forced fumbles. He started in all but one game this season.

FS Major Wright, Florida, 6-1/205
HIGH SCHOOL: Fort Lauderdale St. Thomas Aquinas
BUZZ: The hard-hitting Wright played out of position " he's a natural strong safety, a position he'll likely play next season " and has forced three fumbles on the season. He became a starter early in the year.

K Daniel Lincoln, Tennessee, 6-4/204
HIGH SCHOOL: Ocala (Fla.) Forest
BUZZ: The Volunteers had few reservations about sending Lincoln out for a long field goal. He attempted 10 between 40-49 yards and made seven. He heads into the SEC Championship Game 21 of 26 on the season.

P Keenyn Crier, Arizona (RS), 6-1/200
HIGH SCHOOL: Spring (Texas) Westfield
BUZZ: Crier leads the Pac-10 in punting with an average of 43.4 yards per kick.

KR Antonio Brown, Central Michigan, 5-11/175
HIGH SCHOOL: Miami Norland
BUZZ: Brown averages 27.7 yards per kickoff return, including one touchdown. He also has 92 receptions for 879 yards and five touchdowns going into the MAC Championship Game.

PR Joe McKnight, USC, 6-0/180
HIGH SCHOOL: River Ridge (La.) John Curtis
BUZZ: Though not quite Reggie Bush yet, McKnight averaged 8.8 yards per punt return to go with his offensive totals. A 45-yard return against Arizona turned the tide in a Trojans win.

ALL-PURPOSE Charles Clay, Tulsa, 6-3/222
HIGH SCHOOL: Little Rock (Ark.) Central
BUZZ: The fullback/H-back has been a key weapon for the Golden Hurricane. Clay goes into the Conference USA Championship Game with 843 receiving yards and five touchdowns to go with 255 rushing yards and a score.

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Posted by Treadmill Fan

12:56 PM, Nov 27, 2007

Enough of this! When are you going to do an exclusive with the 18 mph treadmill???

Posted by Brian

1:10 PM, Nov 27, 2007

Rivals sucks. Scout is way better, and actually balanced to the west coast.

Posted by Husky Fan In New York

1:11 PM, Nov 27, 2007

Good stuff. Other than USC, UW is the only other Pac-10 with 2 position players on the rivals team. I tell you, other than Roy Lewis, Reffert, Rankin, and Garcia, almost all of the talent is in the underclassmen. Besides Locker and Tolar, you have Savannah, Daniel T., Brandon Johnson, Mason Foster, Cody Habben (will greatly benefit from another year in the weight room), Cameron Elisara, Donald Butler (hurt for half the year though), Nate Williams, and I expect big things from Chris Izbicki, Nick Wood, Boyles, Aguilar, Griffin, Shaw, and Goodwin. Fancher and Sedillo should be studs down the road too.

Posted by Brian

1:15 PM, Nov 27, 2007

Hey Bob, just saw something on the last post, but there's already a ton of comments, so I'm posting it on here.

In regards to offering schollies, I think those 8th/9th grade offers are verbal offers. Players have to be a signifcant portion through their sophomore year to get an official. I'm pretty sure Ty would have offered Heaps even earlier if he could have because his son is on the team and he sees him play all the time.

Posted by huskythor

1:16 PM, Nov 27, 2007

damn your quick Bob, I was just logging on to point that out to the guys.

Posted by Husky Fan In New York

1:27 PM, Nov 27, 2007

Ryan, I did answer you previously but like answering again b/c it makes me forget the pain of Teddy Baer and think about a new DC who is more line with Husky tradition/fans' expectations of a defense. If Dorrell is fired, I'd love to try to get DeWayne Walker from UCLA. He is pretty young/aggressive and has great ties to LA area (recruiting hot-bed). If the new HC at UCLA keeps him or he goes elsewhere, I'd also look at Ed Orgeron or Ken Norton Jr. Both also have ties to the LA area and I know for a fact that Orgeron is an excellent position coach. He may have been promoted beyond his competency, so DC would be a nice step down for him. Ken Norton Jr. hasn't been coaching long but he has been a DC at the high school level and USC LBs from 2004 to the present have been nasty! The DC from Boise State is also aggressive though young and doesn't have the connections to the LA area the other guys do but more money and a chance to coach in the Pac-10 could lure him. I'll try to think of more names for you as well.

Posted by Mike D

1:31 PM, Nov 27, 2007

What about Randy Hart?

Posted by Husky Fan In New York

1:32 PM, Nov 27, 2007

Someone on also brought up the name Nigel Burton. He's done a heckuva job at OSU and must have learned a lot from OSU's extremely aggressive DC. He's a Husky, from WA State, and a great recruiter (from what I've heard as well). Here's his bio:

Posted by MelloDawg

1:37 PM, Nov 27, 2007

Turner (yes Turner, not Willingham) will never hire Nigel Burton. Why? Because Turner has no idea what Husky football means, nor does Willingham. Burton would be the logical hire. Expect a stale retread who will be a yes-man to Willingham and Turner, just so they can delegate blame elsewhere.

Posted by Caldawg

1:37 PM, Nov 27, 2007

Nice to see something doing with player's rankings that doesn't have USC stamped all over it. Also concerning to see so many Sooners with them coming to town next year. Should be fun, number 1 vs number 2 QBs. Go Dawgs!

Posted by Gorman

1:38 PM, Nov 27, 2007

What about Chris Tormey as DC?

Posted by ryan

1:39 PM, Nov 27, 2007

orgeron would be great , not so convinced on dwayne walker, they seem to be extremely inconsistent on d - but that's their whole team really.
nigel burton seems like he'd be a good secondary coach if jd williams is let go w/ baer, but i wonder if he's ready to be a full time dc. i definitely like the idea of the USC LB coach. thanks.

Posted by jon

1:44 PM, Nov 27, 2007

Just a devastating loss for Willingham and the Huskies, but the most troubling aspect of the loss to Washington State is the lack of reaction by the Husky fan base. Losing is becoming commonplace at Washington, where at one time a 4 loss season would have had people jumping off buildings, 8 losses in 2007 seems ho-hum. Another very troubling thing about the 2007 Washington team is the defense, which has been shredded by several teams, and seems to have unbelievable breakdowns at the most critical moments. Whether it is a matter of talent of coaching, something has gone very wrong with the UW defense, and this is something that Willingham must address very quickly with a trip to play Hawaii only a week away. If a 5-7 Washington State team can throw the ball all over the field, can you imagine with June Jones and Colt Brennan are going to do to these Huskies?

this is from, and I have to say, it captures the two things I hate the most about being a husky right now.

1. our defense is atrocious. we are going to get manhandled by Hawaii.

2. No one cares that we're losing. Everyone moans, but I live in the u-district, where all the dawg pack lives, and while saturday was the worst day of my entire life, sunday didn't look too bad. being accustomed to losing sucks, and that's not the way to raise money for a new stadium.

fire todd turner, I hate our AD, he's a slimy form of a football politician who says the same damn thing over and over and over, about how he's confident where husky football is going. Well, I'm not. At all.

And really, Kent Baer needs to go. no matter how okay of a coach he is when the kids are just messing up, we need a DC that will insipre our secondary and defense to play majestically, and with passion knowing that they're going to make a play on a football. We need someone else, I dont' care that TY and KB are butt buddies since '94, divorce it, cause it aint' working.

Posted by Mike D

1:48 PM, Nov 27, 2007 you read this blog? You might want to check the majority of posts over the past three days if you still feel there is a "lack of reaction."

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2:04 PM, Nov 27, 2007

Poor Locker..the kid is a stud but his head coach and coordinator need viagra to get up for games..

Posted by Brent

2:29 PM, Nov 27, 2007

Just think how good our O-Line would be next year if Ty could have landed Schilling. The guy only lives about 5 minutes away from UW and we couldn't get him. I once heard Hugh Millen politically say that they screwed up recruiting him and he wanted to be a Husky, but Paint Dry Ty couldn't seal the deal.

Posted by Tee Time Ty

3:00 PM, Nov 27, 2007

Brent, Ty went golfing, Schilling went to Michigan. Ty burned his bridge with Bellevue High School, one of the best HS programs in the state. Way to go Tyrone!

Posted by John

3:02 PM, Nov 27, 2007

Hey Bob,

Any idea if Washington has ever placed two freshman on the All American team before, and if so when and who were they?

Posted by blidawg

3:03 PM, Nov 27, 2007

Tee Time Ty name a player beside Schilling from Bellevue that the Huskies have lost to another school. Bellevue is a great program but not alot of 3 and 4 star players.

Posted by Tee Time Ty

3:13 PM, Nov 27, 2007

David Casto (sp?), one of the top centers in the country committed to Stanford over UW this year. Even if they don't have a lot of 3 and 4 star players, is it really a good idea to burn bridges with local HS programs?

Posted by Eugene Husky

3:17 PM, Nov 27, 2007

I have seen some comments touting our great offense this year. And yes, what a difference. Great job 2 Offensive Dawgs making the all freshman team!

But Lappano is still no god--he baffles me with some of his play calls, such as the long bomb on 3rd and 2 against WSU. Timmmmy is still Timmmmy, but with a guy like Jake that wills himself to first downs.

And the only reason why we have so many more points than most of the time, is that we allow other offenses to score quicker! If we really had a robust offense, don't you think we would have blown out people when our defense had a few good games? Other than the Syracuse game, our O played to the level of the opponent.

OSU shut out our offense accept for 2 long plays with a little bit of luck. Ohio State stymied us for the last half of the game. ASU did as well. The Ducks scored within 2 minutes on almost every scoring drive, so we had many opportunities with our backs against the wall. Same against UCLA--we scored on longer plays when we were having to heave it down field to catch up.

So it doesn't matter that we scored a lot of points....we had to. And no, we aren't nearly as bad as Gilby's last year, but A) Paus isn't our quarterback and B) It would be hard to suck that bad twice.

So don't mistake STATS for progress. All that matters is that our number is bigger than the other team's number on the board. And that only happened 4 times this season!

And Kent, you made some stupid comparisions...I hate political comments on this blog. And by the way, '04 we elected our president not based on fear, but lack of other options. Right now, we HAVE options for h.c. if we needed them, and next year who knows.

I say make a change at the top (AD), and see where we go from there!

Eugene Husky

Posted by Husky Fan In New York

3:29 PM, Nov 27, 2007

How did Ty burn his bridges with Bellevue? EJ Savannah and Hasty both are at UW and are just one class ahead of Schilling!

Posted by Jim Basnight

3:56 PM, Nov 27, 2007

Rivals is the best. Scout is on the way out. They are losing ground every day nationally and regionally. They are weat coast heavy, but not too accurate. Brian probably works for Scout.

Posted by resonance

5:03 PM, Nov 27, 2007

Didn't Ty drop Bolden CB ASU, he was supposed to visit last week of January and UW cancelled the visit?

I guess in Ty's infinite wisdom we didn't need a really fast good young CB.

Posted by Tk

7:56 PM, Nov 27, 2007

Jon stay away from bridges.Brent your pathetic and Eugene maybe someday you will go to a game. Go Huskies

Posted by Tk

8:00 PM, Nov 27, 2007

Oh and resonance Bolden was gone as soon as we lost our db cord. to ASU

Posted by edmonds husky

8:27 PM, Nov 27, 2007

And to think...we have a left guard pro prospect even better than Tolar sitting on the bench (JWF)

Posted by Bomberboy

10:16 PM, Nov 27, 2007

Man oh man...are we pathetic or what?? Let me respond:
1) Hugh Millen says Ty blew it that Schilling wanted to go to UW? What is he (Schilling) a complete idiot??? If Schilling wanted to be a Husky he would be one.
2) Hugh Millen does not like Ty one bit, he dislikes him. Hugh is slightly less bright as a KJR blabber than he was as a QB. Check out his stats, he shared time with Paul Sicuro and helped run the worst offense in the James era (3 first downs vs Oregon). Of all the poeple to listen to, pleae, ignore temperature IQ at best.
And for those of you who don't like play calls (throwing deep on 3rd & 2) get off the OC butt!!! That is ALL on Locker and he admits it. Jake specifically said he should have run on that play and he made similar poor decisions on other plays. If you want to take shots, aim them at the right guy!@!! Jake has decisions to make on almost EVERY play, including throwing long, short or running. Jake giveth and Jake taketh away. I love the guy, but like Tui as a young QB he made really bad mistakes in every game and was a 33% passer in the WSU calling indeed!

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