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Times reporter Bob Condotta keeps the news coming about the Montlake Dawgs.
July 24, 2008 10:58 AM
Posted by Bob Condotta
Here's a bit more from Pac-10 media day focusing first on UW's first opponent of the season, the Oregon Ducks:
Oregon coach Mike Bellotti said that all of his team's injured players --- QB Nate Costa, RB Jeremiah Johnson, and LBs John Bacon and Jerome Boyd --- are completely healthy and cleared for all football activity.
Bellotti said Costa goes into the fall as the No. 1 QB but that Justin Roper is closed behind based on his play in the Sun Bowl.
Bellotti said he likes playing Washington in the opening game because it's a Pac-10 game that has the attention of his players, it's on TV, "and we get three weeks to prepare for Jake Locker, who is one of the most difficult athletes in college football to defend.''
Bellotti also said he envisions using both Johnson and LeGarrette Blount failry interchangeably in the backfield.
Bellotti led off his comments with a tribute to recently deceased safety Todd Doxey and was accompanied to the podium by safety Patrick Chung who said that Doxey's death "is hard to talk about, but it's made our team stronger.''
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