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August 25, 2006 at 11:12 AM

Wallace out, but back

Washington strong safety C.J. Wallace was back, though not in uniform, when the Huskies took the field for their first of two practices today.
The Huskies are conducting their final two-a-days of the year today, and the first practice began around 10:30 a.m.
Wallace, who was knocked out and taken to Harborview Medical Center after hitting helmet-to-helmet with a receiver on Thursday, was there and took part in conditioning, though he wasn’t wearing any pads — the rest of the team was in shells. But Wallace appeared to be fine, at one point engaging in an animated discussion with coach Tyrone Willingham.
Wallace was injured in UW’s last major scrimmage of the fall Thursday afternoon. There appeared to be no other injuries from that workout as everyone else was on the field and working out Friday, including every receiver. The only other player who appeared to be somewhat limited was safety Chris Hemphill.
Willingham will meet the media around 12:30 p.m. or so and more on Wallace will become known then.
The scrimmage appeared to have the makings of a defensive struggle during the portion that was open to the media. Further proof that the defense might have had the upper hand came today as the only gold jersey wearer was defensive end Daniel Te’o-Nesheim.

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