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August 12, 2010 at 3:36 PM

Thursday early practice notes

As detailed on Coach Sark’s blog, it’s “Throwback Thursday” at UW camp.
That’s a reference to the music that will be played at practice today (and not to what he thinks of the clothes us media guys wear). The term could also fit one of the visitors at the workout today, however, as watching practice today is former UW coach Jim Lambright, whose Husky heritage dates to the one-platoon era of football. Lambright was seen in the early stages of the workout talking with safeties coach Jeff Mills, who was a GA for the Huskies in 1990-91, a time when Lambright was the team’s defensive coordinator.
As for what was happening on the field, the only player I noticed not practice is walk-on tight end Evan Hudson of Bothell, though unclear why.
As for Throwback Thursday, the first two songs were Good Vibrations (one Mark Wahlberg video I can actually link on here) and Get Ready.

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