SEATTLE (AP) -Washington has committed a minor recruiting violation and intends to report itself to the Pac-10.
School spokesman Richard Kilwien confirmed Wednesday that the school will report a secondary violation to the Pac-10 after it was determined new coach Steve Sarkisian and his staff violated an NCAA rule regarding game-day simulations while recruits are on campus.
The violation came to light after Desmond Trufant, who has verbally committed to the Huskies, described to Dawgman.com a simulated game-day entrance during his on-campus visit last weekend. An NCAA bylaw prohibits prospects from participating in any type of ``game-day simulations'' during a visit, but the violation is considered minor.

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