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Husky Football Blog

The latest news and analysis on the Montlake Dawgs.

August 15, 2007 at 4:33 PM

Afternoon notes

The Huskies began their afternoon workout with a little two-minute drill that gave an indication of where a few positions may stand personnel-wise.
The No. 1 offensive line consisted of, from left to right, Ben Ossai, Ryan Tolar, Juan Garcia, Casey Bulyca and Cody Habben.
The odd name out there is Chad Macklin. Macklin was there and appeared to be available as he was standing behind the coaches, but he didn’t run with the first group. Could just be a training camp experiment.
But that seems to indicate that Ossai, Habben and Macklin are the top three tackles, and that Bulyca has re-emerged as a starter ahead of Matt Sedillo.
Interestingly, Sedillo wasn’t with the second group, either, as that consisted of, from left to right, Erik Berglund, Morgan Rosborough, Ryan Bush, Jordan White-Frisbee and Ossai.
Also of note was that J. R. Hasty was the No. 2 running back.
The defense ran a dime, meaning six defensive backs. The six were Roy Lewis, Mesphin Forrester, Jason Wells, Vonzell McDowell, Cory Nicol and Matt Mosley.
Byron Davenport didn’t run with either group as he appears to still be limited with his hamstring injury. He did stretching off to the side of the rest of the team talking with trainers most of the time and even jogging appeared a little slow.
The most intruiging thing on the defense was seeing true freshman Mason Foster running with the linebackers. Again, this was a dime defense and Donald Butler has been bothered by a knee injury so I’m not sure I’d read much more into it other than that Foster is likely to have had some good practices of late.
Speaking of JWF, Tyrone Willingham said earlier in the day that he was running “two, two-and-a-half” at left guard. Asked how he is doing in cutting weight, Willingham said that all the demoted guys have been doing a good job of getting in shape since camp began.
“But that’s not an easy thing to do,” he said.
That Bulyca appears to be back with the first team seems further proof he is making progress in that regard.
Other than whatever may have been going on with Macklin — which might not have been an injury — there didn’t appear to be any new injuries. We don’t get access to Willingham again until tomorrow.
FSN HUSKIES PREVIEW TONIGHT: FSN will debut its half-hour preview show on the Huskies tonight at 8:30 p.m. It will also be shown seven other times over the next two weeks so check listings if you want to see it.

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