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Husky Football Blog

The latest news and analysis on the Montlake Dawgs.

August 13, 2007 at 11:08 AM

Monday notes

A few answers to your questions and other notes for a Monday morning:
— The Tampa Bay Bucaneers signed former Husky Zach Tuiasosopo today. Could be a good fit as Jon Gruden is known to be a big fan of Marques Tuiasosopo, meaning maybe he has a good feel for Zach as well. That makes three ex-Huskies on the Tampa Bay roster — Jerramy Stevens, Sean Douglas and Zach Tuiasosopo.
— One of you asked why there was no mention of Marcel Reece in my week one overview. I’d read nothing into it. I was mostly trying to point out players that made some news during the week. That Reece didn’t doesn’t mean anything. Since we don’t get to see much it’s hard for us to form our own opinions of things. And often, coaches only mentions players that we ask about, and it’s hard to ask about all 100 guys all the time. I’m assuming Reece is doing just fine.
— On Ronnie Fouch. The team will definitely try to redshirt him this season, but as the No. 3 QB he will travel to all games and be ready to go just in case. He’ll basically be on call all year but I would think the coaches will try not to use him unless there is an injury to one of the other two QBs early in the year. In that case, they may decide they need him to be ready in case of any more injuries and might try to find a way to play him. One thing to remember about redshirts — there’s no time when a decision has to be made. The player either plays or he doesn’t. It’s not like the team has to officially declare anything at any time. So in the case of players like Fouch, they’ll likely go in with the idea of redshirting him but also having him available to play at a moment’s notice if needed.
Quinton Richardson is playing safety at the moment but he’s a good one to ask about this week to see what his progress is, so I’ll try to do that.
— I don’t sense any change in the fullback spot. It’s Paul Homer and Luke Kravitz and both will play quite a bit this year. Walk-on Tobias Togi of Evergreen High is also playing fullback.
— The Huskies practiced in full pads this morning and will go in lighter gear this afternoon. WR Corey Williams was again wearing the Gold Jersey. We won’t hear from Tyrone Willingham until closer to 3 p.m. today so there may not be much new news until then.

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