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Husky Football Blog

The latest news and analysis on the Montlake Dawgs.

September 5, 2007 at 10:38 AM

Huskies holding the line

Had a chance to talk with offensive line coach Mike Denbrock for a little while yesterday.
Here are some highlights:
— On the left tackle situation, he said “both of them played solid football and both have some things theyh need to clean up, technique things.” Sounded, basically, as if the situation is the same, with both likely to see time this weekend.
— Said he was pleased with the overall play against Syracuse but also that “there is a lot momre we can get out of this group. … We can do a lot better and we will need to do a lot better. But I liked the effort. They played hard and really tried to play physically. But there are some assignment things, some technique things, that need to get cleaned up.”
— I asked about rotating more and he said guard-center Matt Sedillo was in line to be a part of the rotation before hurting his ankle. “That nagging ankle injury has kept him slowed,” Denbrock said.
— UW basically played just six linemen, rotating only at left tackle, against Syracuse (others played once all the reserves came in during the fourth quarter). Denbrock said rotating more players “is something we’ll look at. We have 13 games to play this season so a lot of those guys are going to have to play.” But he also said that for now, it’s important to let the first group get as comfortable working together as possible.
— I asked if any of the new wrinkles had created any real challenges for the offensive line and Denbrock said “it’s not a big difference for us up front. We’ve always been trying to give defenses as many different looks as we can.”

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