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April 18, 2009 at 4:33 PM

More scrimmage stuff

A few more notes from the scrimmage. …
— The team played three quarters and then an overtime period. In the first and third quarters, the one offense worked against the one defense, In the second and OT it was the ones against the twos. The scrimmage ended with the No, 1 offense scoring a TD on its possession on a 1-yard run by Chris Polk, who had rumbled 24 yards to the 1 on the play before. The No. 2 offense then went four and out.
— OL coach Dan Cozzetto was not there as he was attending the funeral for Bruce Snyder, for whom Cozzetto worked at Arizona State.
Ben Ossai was back after missing a few practices for academic reasons and ran with the No. 1 line much of the day at guard. He also got a few series with the No. 2 line at left tackle.
— While Erik Folk made one FG, he also missed two PATs, one of which hit the upright.
Mason Foster was the defensive star of the day with seven tackles, three for a loss and two sacks, He also had a blocked punt and an interception of a Jake Locker pass that coach Steve Sarkisian said was the result of a miscommunication between Locker and Devin Aguilar.
— The starting OL to begin was, left to right, Cody Habben, Ryan Tolar, Mykenna Ikehara, Senio Kelemete and Drew Schaefer. However, after the first quarter UW usually went with a starting line that had Ossai at LG and Tolar at center.
— The No. 2 O-line was Nick Scott, Morgan Rosborough, Greg Christine, Scott Shugert and Mark Armelin.
— With E.J. Savannah out, Trenton Tuiasosopo moved to the middle and Butler outside alongside Foster. With Savannah out, walk-on LB Brandon Huppert got some PT with the ones and a lot with the twos and finished with a team-high eight tackles.
Here are the defensive stats:
Name Unassisted tackles, assisted tackles, total
Brandon Huppert 2 6 8
Mason Foster 2 2 7
Justin Glenn 6 0 6
Greg Walker 2 2 4
Donald Butler 3 0 3
Trenton Tuiasosopo 2 3 1
Kurt Mangum 1 2 3
Nate Williams 0 2 2
Alameda Ta’Amu 2 2 1
Matt Houston 1 1 2
De’Shon Matthews 2 2
T.J. Poe 1 1 2
Nick Wood 1 1 2
Pete Galbraith 1 1 2
Tripper Johnson 1 1 2
Daniel Te’o‚ÄźNesheim 1 1 2
Marquis Persley 2 2
Bradly Roussel 2 0 2
Darrion Jones 1 0 1
Quinton Richardson 1 1 1
Matt Mosley 1 1 1
Tyrone Duncan 1 1
Craig Noble 1 0 1
Anthony Gobern 0 1 1
Adam Long 1 0 1
Fred Wiggs 1 0 1
Conrad Remington 1 0 1
Victor Aiyewa 1 0 1
Johri Fogerson 1 0 1
Foster had two sacks and Tuiasosopo one.
Richardson and Foster each had interceptions.
Ta’Amu had a forced fumble.
Richardson had two pass deflections, Mosley one.

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