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Husky Football Blog

The latest news and analysis on the Montlake Dawgs.

October 6, 2009 at 6:28 PM

Tuesday night practice report — Williams, Goodwin still out

The Huskies may be getting closer to having an all-new safety tandem for Saturday’s game with Arizona as Nate Williams was still on the sidelines for Tuesday’s practice wearing red.
UW coach Steve Sarkisian said earlier in the day on the Pac-10 coaches conference call that for now, the Huskies will prepare as if they won’t have either Williams or WR D’Andre Goodwin for the Arizona game as both remain out with concussions suffered against Notre Dame.
If neither returns by tomorrow, the odds are pretty good that both would be limited for Saturday’s game.
With Williams out, and Justin Glenn already done for the year with the broken fibula suffered against Notre Dame. the starting safeties Tuesday were Greg Walker and Victor Aiyewa. The backups were Tripper Johnson and Nathan Fellner.
Most of the day, the Huskies had an almost all-new secondary as Adam Long ran with the first unit most of practice ahead of Quinton Richardson. Sarkisian does not hold a session with the media after practice so there was no explanation of that. Richardson was healthy and spent most of the team period working with the backups and as a nickel back. Desmond Trufant worked as the other starting CB.
ALSO OF NOTE. …
Johri Fogerson was not at practice, having fallen ill.
— LB Matt Houston sat out the end of practice with some sort of neck/shoulder injury. However, E.J. Savannah again ran with the ones so the starting LBs were back to normal.
— WR Devin Aguilar also took part in all of practice and appears set to play Saturday, a sorely needed return if Goodwin is indeed out.
Nick Wood and Greg Christine appeared to rotate at the LG spot. Christine is nursing injuries to both ankles.
— The last play of practice featured one of the hardest hits of the day as TE Dorson Boyce ran over CB Vonzell McDowell after taking a short pass.
All for now.

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