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Husky Football Blog

The latest news and analysis on the Montlake Dawgs.

October 20, 2009 at 6:32 PM

Sark says Huskies have “best practice of the year”

We don’t get an official meeting with Steve Sarkisian after practices on Tuesday as he has to rush off to do his radio coaches show.
But as he ran by us following Tuesday’s workout he said “best practice of the year.”
Hey, who am I to argue? So I’ll take him at his word that the Huskies have officially put the ASU loss behind them and are getting ready for the apparently black-and-white-clad Oregon Ducks Saturday.
What we did see Tuesday was about what you’d expect — no changes to the offense. On defense, Everrette Thompson ran with the ones at DT with Cameron Elisara wearing red and not practicing — he wasn’t even in pads. And it was the all-Nate combo at safety — Fellner and Williams, with Adam Long continuing to be a starting CB along with Desmond Trufant (Quinton Richardson worked with the twos and continues to have his left ankle heavily taped).
Not practicing today were WR Anthony Boyles and RB Curtis Shaw, each of whom Sarkisian said was sick (he was walking briskly as he said that). Boyles didn’t attend practice while Shaw did some light conditioning work.
The play of the day came when WR James Johnson laid out to catch a deep pass from Jake Locker. Johnson later was limping a bit but said afterward he is fine.
Also, we talked a bit with offensive-line coach Dan Cozzetto after practice and I’ll try to have a little more of that later. But one interesting thing he said is that Drew Schaefer is being experimented some at center to add depth to that spot, and maybe provide an option for the future. He said he could see guard Senio Kelemete developing into a tackle in the future which would mean a need for more inside guys.

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