Bulyca confident in commitment

Casey Bulyca is a 6-7, 290-pound offensive lineman from Woodinville, Washington, and Bulyca made an early decision to verbally commit to Washington. He did so, in part, so that he could focus his energies on winning a KingCo championship. The season is complete. Did the Falcons get the job done?

"Well, we're in a mini-playoff on Tuesday," Bulyca told TheInsiders.com. There is a three-way tie for third between Woodinville, Lake Washington and Redmond.

There will be two 12-minute games, with a 5-minute break between games. Woodinville and Redmond square off in the first game, and that winner goes on to face the Kangs in the playoff final.

"We beat Redmond at our homecoming game," Casey said. "We haven't played Lake Washington yet this year."

Bulyca tore his labrum earlier in the season, but it isn't hampering his play. "I'm wearing a brace for my shoulder, and since I started wearing it I haven't had any problems," Casey said. "When I visit U-Dub, Gilby (Keith Gilbertson} said that they'll have a doctor check me out."

Casey will be making his official visit to Washington starting December 5th. He stands by his commitment, but continues to weigh his options in light of possible sanctions against the University.

"I'm pretty confident things will be fine, but if they (NCAA) pass restrictions, I'm not sure I could play for a school that couldn't go to a bowl," he said. "The coaches have been upfront and straightforward with me, but I don't think they even know when something like that will happen."

He doesn't have any other official visits set up at this time.

Bulyca didn't make it to the Huskies' 42-10 win over Oregon this past weekend, but did see it on TV. "It was a good game," he said. "I was glad to see them win. It's been a weird season. Sometimes they've played absolutely amazing, but other times not as well."

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