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Husky Football Blog

The latest news and analysis on the Montlake Dawgs.

August 21, 2010 at 6:01 PM

UW defense gets better of offense in scrimmage

The Huskies are off the field after a two-hour scrimmage Saturday that was largely dominated by the defense.
There was just one offensive touchdown by the starting unit in five possessions, a 3-yard pass from Jake Locker to Cody Bruns in a two-minute drill that concluded the first half. Until then, the first-team defense had largely gotten the better of the first-team offense — until Tuesday’s scrimmage, this one featured the starters going against the starters, backups against backups, etc.
There was also a TD late in the game when Nick Montana hit DiAndre Campbell from eight yards out with when the backups were playing.
The No. 1 offfense, however, was hurt a little by injuries that sidelined WRs Jermaine Kearse (foot) and James Johnson (ankle) and LT Senio Kelemete (ankle). UW coach Steve Sarkisian says none of the inuries are serious.
And in good news on the injury front, there did not appear to be any injuries of note in today’s scrimmage.
Sarkisian agreed that the defense appeared the winner of the day, saying “they came out with the right energy and passion and were really focused early on.” He called the offense “kind of lackluster” early. However, as noted, two of the team’s leading WRs were not out there. And starting tailback Chris Polk was out there just enough to rush for 46 yards on seven carries — again showing no apparent rust — and then got out of there. It also doesn’t help that the QBs are off limits to contact, and hence Locker basically doesn’t run at all, which will obviously be one of the team’s most dangerous weapons when the BYU game rolls around Sept. 4.
Kevin Smith scored the only other TD on a 90-yard kickoff return.
There were also three field goals, two by walk-on backup Eric Guttorp (49, 33) and one by Erik Folk (47)
There were no turnovers.
Zach Fogerson sat out the scrimmage with a shoulder injury apparently reaggravated on Friday.
Here are the official stats:
RUSHING
Jesse Callier, 9-62
Demitrius Bronson, 9-61
Chris Polk, 7-46
Johri Fogerson, 5-44
D’Andre Goodwin, 1-12
Willis Wilson, 1-3
Cole Sager, 1-0
Keith Price, 5-(-8)
Jake Locker 3-(-10)
Nick Montana 5-(-22)
PASSING
Keith Price 10-15-91, 0 TDs, 0 INTs
Jake Locker 9-13-70, 1 TD, 0 INTs
Nick Montana 7-11-55, 1 TD, 0 INTs
RECEIVING
Cody Bruns, 5-44, 1 TD
Devin Aguilar, 4-32
Kevin Smith, 4-21
William Chandler, 3-34
DiAndre Campbell, 3-25
Jordan Polk, 2-9
D’Andre Goodwin, 1-19
Michael Hartvigson, 1-9
Chris Polk, 1-8
Marek Domanski, 1-8
Marlion Barnett, 1-7
FIELD GOALS
Erik Folk, MADE:47, MISSED: 42.
Eric Guttorp, MADE: 49, 33
TACKLES
Sean Parker, 4
Vonzell McDowell, 6
Anthony Boyles, 6
Nate Williams, 2
Talia Crichton, 2
Will Shamburger, 5
Victor Burnett, 4
Eric Guttorp, 1
Gregory Ducre, 6
Justin Glenn, 2
Jordan Wallace, 6
Demitrius Bronson, 2
Josh Shirley, 1
Adam Long, 1
Quinton Richardson, 3
Nate Fellner, 3
Cort Dennison, 3
Tim Tucker, 4
Garret Gilliland, 1
Princeton Fuimaono, 3
Greg Walker, 4
Mason Foster, 3
Victor Aiyewa, 2
Cooper Pelluer, 6
Matt Houston, 2
Hau’oli Jamora, 1
Pete Galbraith, 3
Sione Potoa’e, 1
Drew Schultz, 1
Peter Becker, 2
Peter Follmer, 1
Chris Robinson, 2
Andrew Hudson, 3
De’Shon Matthews, 3
Lawrence Lagafuaina, 1
Semisi Tokolahi, 2
Cameron Elisara, 1
More later.

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