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Husky Football Blog

The latest news and analysis on the Montlake Dawgs.

August 16, 2006 at 1:49 PM

Wednesday update

No huge news from Montlake today as Tyrone Willingham met with the media following the team’s morning practice, which was in full pads. They will work out again this afternoon though only in shells (helmets and shoulder pads).
Winners of the gold jersey awards were fullback Mark Palaita (offense), cornerback Roy Lewis (defense) and Trenton Tuiasosopo (special teams).
That Lewis has now won the award a couple times now is encouraging as he is a key player to UW’s success this season. Cornerback was a struggle for UW a season ago but with Lewis and Matt Fountaine back and Dashon Goldson moving over from safety, it looks a lot better on paper.
In what might be the day’s most discouraging news, however, Willingham said Goldson continues to be bothered at times by a high ankle sprain. He said Goldson is able to go full go some days, and not so much the next.
Another cornerback also ailing is Jordan Murchison, who has been bothered by a knee injury that he brought with him from junior college.
There was better news for DT Jordan Reffett, who is now back after suffering a knee sprain last week.
A Bellingham radio station was in town to do some interviews with and about Jake Locker. Willingham told them what they surely wanted to hear, that Locker is progressing quite well.
“He gets some oohs and aahs from his teammates, and that’s what coaches like to see,” Willingham said.
Still, with Isaiah Stanback and Carl Bonnell 1-2 at QB, and apparently having good camps of their own, it still seems a longshot, barring injury, that Locker plays at quarterback this season.

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