SEATTLE - Thursdays are usually a time when college football teams start to wind down the practice week and get focused on the game plan against their Saturday opponent. During days like that, there aren't too many visitors that show up to watch practice, but this past Thursday was an exception.
Former UW offensive lineman Stanley Daniels, who is now with Green Bay, was on the track at Husky Stadium, soaking everything in. With the Packers having already played a game Monday against Minnesota, Daniels found himself with some free time and an urge to get back to Seattle.
Chris Fetters with Dawgman.com caught up with Daniels after practice to find out more about Stanley's first trip back to Husky Stadium since his final game back in 2006, a memorable 20-3 loss to Stanford. To listen to the whole conversation, click on the title link.
Friday, October 9, 2009
Posted by Sports Washington at 10:28 AM