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October 10, 2007 at 4:31 PM

Practice notes

As we walked out today to watch the beginning of practice, Eminem’s “Lose Yourself” was blaring over the field.
The Huskies use the sound system to pipe in noise during weeks they are playing on the road and often play music during the warmup period. But usually it’s soul hits from the ’70s such as Brothers Johnson. Today was the first time I’ve heard something so current (current as Eminem may be these days). Doubt it means anything but just thought I’d pass it along.
As per football, the only really interesting thing was watching the first few plays of the offense. The order of the RBs was Louis Rankin, J.R. Hasty and Brandon Johnson, so that may be the way the depth chart is right now.
No one was in red and Tyrone Willingham said before practice that the team has stayed healthy the last week.
Willingham also said that Erik Folk has begun kicking but that he’s almost certain to redshirt this season.

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