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Bryant Still Has Purple and Gold Plans

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When Steve Sarkisian left Washington for USC, it was hard on a lot of players and recruits. But there was one recruit out there who had been planning on playing for Sark for some time - Tumwater's Jaimie Bryant. When the news hit that Sark wasn't going to be at Washington anymore, he didn't know what to think.

"It was hard," Bryant told Dawgman.com Thursday. "It sucked because I built a relationship with them. To have them leave and to have to build a new relationship, it happens." The 6-foot-5, 300-pound Bryant, who didn't sign with the Huskies last year because he was asked to delay his enrollment, was left in a little bit of a spot - especially when Sark never called Bryant when he took the head...

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