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August 8, 2007 at 3:02 PM

Practice update

Not much to report from the 25 minutes of open practice we got to see here today.
For starters, this was one of UW’s split practice days, so we only got to see half the team — the other half will come out in an hour or so for some special teams work with the entire unit, then some work on its own.
The group we got to see was the backups and third-teamers, and it appears as if there is little change in the depth chart anywhere — Ben Ossai and Casey Bulyca, for instance, look as if they are still running with the second team, as is E.J. Savannah.
One interesting thing was seeing offensive coordinator Tim Lappano watching closely over the O-line during the beginning stages of its group work. Lappano usually hangs with the QBs as he is also UW’s quarterbacks coach. But with graduate assistant Luke Huard now on hand to help out with the QBs, Lappano appears to have some time to look over other units of the offense, as well. Or maybe he simply wants to keep a closer eye than usual on the O-line.

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