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Thursday, 29 January 2009 14:20
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 SEATTLE (AP) -The University of Washington is self-reporting to the Pac-10 Conference a second minor violation this month by new coach Steve Sarkisian.
Huskies athletic director Scott Woodward said Thursday a violation occurred when Sarkisian and defensive coordinator Nick Holt met with two high-school seniors and their coach last week in Los Angeles. A reporter from the Los Angeles Times and a junior teammate of the two players were also present.
The Times reported Wednesday the meeting with Jordan High School senior James Boyd, a quarterback and defensive end who has committed to Southern California, along with Jordan High coach Elijah Asante, senior Delvon Purvis and junior Deshawn Beck took place at a hair salon and then a coffee shop.
or to their senior year. It is also forbidden to have contact with recruits in the presence of media.
 

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