Husky Football Blog
Times reporter Bob Condotta keeps the news coming about the Montlake Dawgs.
July 28, 2008 2:52 PM
Posted by Bob Condotta
The blog has been quiet so far today because I spent the morning and early afternoon at the annual UW coaches and media golf outing.
It's an event that originated in 2005 when Tyrone Willingham became coach, allowing media to play alongside Husky coaches and other athletic department staffers, helping each side to get to know the other a little better in an informal setting.
We don't take notepads or do interviews, so I don't have any news to pass along other than the fact that I'm still pretty bad at golf.
Among the golfers in my group today was receivers coach Charlie Baggett, and as I said, this was an off-the-record type of deal, but I'm sure it's okay to pass along that Baggett is pretty darn excited about his receiving corps this year despite the lack of experience there.
For both media and coaches, this event helps signify that the season is closing in. For a lot of the coaches, this may be the last time they play golf for a while as they will begin working regular hours in the office this week in preparation for the beginning of practice next Monday after taking some of July off --- July is typically the month to take vacations in the college football world.