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February 28, 2007 at 10:11 AM

Luke Huard to UW as a GA

In more coaching news, Luke Huard — the younger brother of Brock and Damon Huard — is expected to join the Washington staff as a graduate assistant working with the offense.
“He’s been trying to get into college coaching for a while now and had a hard time so he’s really excited about this,” said his older brother, Brock.
There may not be any official announcement of this for a while, however, as Huard likely won’t enroll in graduate school until late March and won’t become an official member of the staff until then.
Huard played quarterback at Puyallup High and then went to North Carolina, where he played for four years. He has been the head coach at Interlake High the last four years and is also the school’s athletic director.
Luke is expected to work primarily with Tim Lappano and the UW quarterbacks.
“Me and Damon got to be Huskies so now it’s his turn to be a Husky,” Brock said.

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