Saturday, December 02, 2006

Saturday Notes

Bellevue beats Kennedy in OT

Good game to watch last night if you were home in front of the TV, or at the Tacoma Dome. I Tivo'd it and watched it laste because we had folks over who don't really care about HS football in Washington on a Friday night. Nate Williams looks like he is going to be a fine LB, or Safety. Read some comments on Williams offensive performance and take it with a grain of salt since he was playing against the best team in the state which happens to be a dynasty.

Eric Block definitely looks like a kid the Huskies should offer, he played one helluva game on both sides of the ball. The kid is a real leader and as Scott Ecklund pointed out is still only 16 years old....wow. I know I am going against what I said yesterday, but he looked good last night.

Everette Thompson looks like a blue chipper for next year. the kid made some nice catches and has a very nice 6'5 frame to build one.

Can see why the Huskies didn't go after Frietag, he doesn't move that well.

Stanford about to fire Walt Harris

Stupid is as stupid does is my comment on this one. Why fire an excellent coach in his second year? This will set their program back even farther and harm recruiting. Dumb move by the Tree. SF Herald Examiner reports that Walt will be fired after the Big Game today. 1-11 is never pretty, but the Cards never had a chance this year with all the injuries.

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