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November 16, 2009 at 5:35 PM

Monday practice report

Just like the last bye week, Ronnie Fouch and Keith Price took all the snaps at QB today during the team period as the Huskies thankfully practiced in the Dempsey Indoor with loads of rain coming down.
Unlike last time, the official word is that Locker sat out simply to rest and take a day off, no injury involved in this one.
So it was Fouch and Price at the helm for the one-hour non-pads workout.
Also somewhat of a surprise sitting out was MLB Donald Butler, presumably also resting.
A few players we might have expected to sit out participated, notably safeties Nate Fellner (biceps) and Jason Wells (foot). Both appeared just fine, though again, this was a no-pads, no-contact affair. Ryan Tolar also practiced after UW coach Steve Sarkisian had intimated he would sit it out to rest.
Chris Polk also at out just to rest leaving the RB carries to Demitrius Bronson, Curtis Shaw and Johri Fogerson — that appeared to be the order and Shaw seemed to have a good day with a few catches mixed in amongst his run. (Willie Griffin was there but didn’t get any carries during the team period. He hasn’t made the last two road trips so he’s definitely last on the depth chart at that spot right now).
Others sitting out included E.J. Savannah, Cameron Elisara and Kalani Aldrich.
What could be UW’s starting LB corps next season — Mason Foster, Jordan Wallace and Tim Tucker — got a lot of work with the No. 1 unit during the team period, as well.
And the No. 1 OL again had Ben Ossai at guard in place of Nick Wood, though there was the usual rotating of guys up front, as well.
Practice ended with a two-minute drill, two drives led by Fouch and one by Price, None ended in a score as the practice ended with Bronson fumbling, apparently stripped of the ball, and Darrion Jones recovering, apparently giving the win for the day to the defense.

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