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August 17, 2010 at 6:03 PM

Scrimmage over, first units dominate

The Huskies are off the field today after their first significant scrimmage of the fall.
The headline news would be — the No. 1 offense and defense dominated, showing why they are the starters; and no new injuries.
The No. 1 offense played two series and drove for touchdowns each time against the No. 2 defense, going 59 yards in three plays and 95 yards in five plays. Jake Locker was 3-4 for 99 yards, including a 61-yard (non-scoring) pass to Jermaine Kearse. He also had a 36-yard TD pass to Devin Aguilar, while Chris Polk concluded the drive following the Kearse pass with a 16-yard TD run.
The No. 1 defense played three series against the No. 2 offense and had two three-and-outs, the other time allowing one first down before stopping the drive.
After that, the rest of the scrimmage was left to the backups. A highlight of that session was a 70-yard TD pass from Keith Price to Cody Bruns.
There was only one touchdown in the second half, a 3-yard run by Zach Fogerson, who is getting a look at tailback.
I’ll have a more complete report later.

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