Sunday, November 18, 2007

Sunday notes from Storrs

Sunday's news

  • Tight end Steve Brouse practiced Sunday and will play against West Virginia.
  • Lawrence Green was "nicked up" during the Cincinnati game, and Edsall made the decision to play his five healthies offensive linemen.
  • Notice Larry Taylor tried to run after making a fair catch yesterday? The refs were actually watching this time. Edsall scolded Taylor for making the signal at the time because he had about 15 yards of open field in front of him at the time. On Sunday, Edsall wondered if Taylor even realizes he is making a fair catch signal at times. "We just finished talking to him about it," Edsall said. "We told him 'you moved your hand, whether you think you did or you didn't. You did it.' I'm not so sure he realizes he's doing it." Edsall noted Taylor is right-handed, and makes fair-catch signals with his right hand. But his bad habit involves Taylor's left hand.
  • No one was injured Saturday, and the Huskies are in pretty good shape health-wise heading into the 12th game of the season.
  • Lou Allen will still remain suspended for the West Virginia game. However, all 10 seniors received game balls in the locker room after the Syracuse win. That included Allen.

2 Comments:

Anonymous SeanO'sGhost said...

Chip,

The Larry Taylor stuff is hilarious.

Here's a few explanations: Maybe LT's left arm is inhabited by an extraterrestial being. Or maybe its a spirit, a la the god awful Angels in the Outfield movie, is doing strange things for the benefit of the team.

Ghost

November 18, 2007 5:57 PM 
Blogger Chip Malafronte said...

Maybe he bumped his arm on a desk and its now moving involuntarily, just like George Costanza. Perhaps he should see Lloyd Braun's doctor. He used to work on Mayor Dinkins.

November 18, 2007 8:56 PM 

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