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Husky Football Blog

The latest news and analysis on the Montlake Dawgs.

April 11, 2009 at 3:37 PM

Quick scrimmage notes

The scrimmage is over, and is always the case in these things, the best news may be that no one was seriously hurt.
Curtis Shaw left about midway through after taking a helmet to the knee — the same injury he suffered Wednesday — but said he expects to be back to practice Monday. There didn’t appear to be any other significant injuries.
Early on, the defense appeared to dominate in a scrimmage held in front of about 1,800 fans during a blustery — but dry — day at Husky Stadium.
But the No. 1 offense came on to score three TDs on a Jake Locker 10-yard pass to Jermaine Kearse, and two 1-yard TD runs by Demitrius Bronson. Jordan Polk also had an 80-yard kickoff return and Erik Folk had three field goals without missing any, hitting from 47, 35 and 46 yards.
There were two turnovers — a fumble forced by Justin Glenn after Anthony Boyles had caught a pass, and an interception by Trenton Tuiasosopo of a pass that went through the hands of Kavario Middleton.
UW coach Steve Sarkisian said later he thought the No. 1 defensive line had a particularly strong day. Daniel Te’o-Nesheim anchored that effort playing exclusively at the end as the Huskies for the moment seem content to let him stay there and aren’t experimenting as much using him inside.
Skyline High QB Jake Heaps was there and was locked in conversation with Sarkisian afterward.
More later.

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