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Husky Football Blog

The latest news and analysis on the Montlake Dawgs.

September 12, 2007 at 3:48 PM

Habben to guard?

Cody Habben could play Saturday at guard, Tyrone Willingham said today in the most interesting thing to emerge from his daily press briefing.
Willingham said that right guard Casey Bulyca took “only limited snaps” while bothered by bruised ribs suffered against Boise State.
Willingham said that if Bulyca can’t go that Habben, a redshirt freshman who has seen regular time at left tackle in the first two games, would fill in at guard.
The listed backups for Bulyca are Matt Sedillo and Morgan Rosborough. But Sedillo has been bothered by an ankle injury and Rosborough is among the veterans who showed up to camp a little overweight.
Willingham called Habben “a jack of all trades and a master of all” in his ability to play both guard and tackle.
In other injury news, Willingham confirmed what Byron Davenport told us earlier, saying Davenport was “very limited” in practice.
Also, Willingham said DT Jordan Reffett suffered a bruise of some sort and that DT Erick Lobos injured his ankle. We’ll have to see how serious either injury is, though Willingham indicated Reffett’s isn’t anything that would keep him out of the game against Ohio State.
Willingham said LB Dan Howell (knee) and FB Luke Kravitz (hand) each worked.
Willingham also said the MLB rotation of Donald Butler and Trenton Tuiasosopo will continue, saying that “hopefully the players don’t get as fatigued.”
PRACTICE UPDATE:
— Back from our 25 minutes. Davenport wasn’t doing anything in the stuff we saw, but Bulyca was (although we don’t see any real contact work). Reffett’s injury apparently is to an arm and he seemed to be active in everything, though Lobos appeared limited.
— The big Ohio State trailer carrying its equipment is already in town, parked outside of Hec Ed. It has those Buckeye stickers the players get on their helmets on its side, presumably for a job well done.

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