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April 9, 2007 at 6:13 PM

Practice over

I’ll have some more details later, but UW’s first practice has concluded and there was little in the way of real news.
Every player practiced, no one got hurt, and all the starters were as portrayed on the depth chart released last week.
It was an especially blustery spring day — at one point, the wind blew the pages of a playbook out in the direction of Lake Washington — but each of the four QBs had some solid moments.
Jake Locker looked like the real deal at QB, running for a 77-yard TD on a simple read option at one point (granted, there was no contact, but he wasn’t whistled as down and clearly outran the defense on the play).
The two new QBs, Ronnie Fouch and Chandler Clemons, each showed enough to indicate why the coaches brought them in, and Carl Bonnell was able to take part in every drill. Fouch, in particular, showed a nice ability to run and throw on the run.
The team was in shells as it must have two no-pads practices before putting on full pads.
SPRING GAME AVAILABLE ON INTERNET: Also, the school has announced that the spring game will be available through its website, GoHuskies.com. The game will be video streamed live on April 28 and then available on-demand on Monday, April 30.
More later.

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