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Husky Football Blog

The latest news and analysis on the Montlake Dawgs.

August 27, 2010 at 9:00 PM

Locker, Kelemete, Foster and Williams named captains

UW coach Steve Sarkisian just announced at the fairly raucous Raise the Woof celebration that the four captains for this season are Jake Locker, Senio Kelemete, Mason Foster and Nate Williams. They were selected in a vote of teammates.
Locker was also a captain last season. UW will also name a weekly special teams and scout team (or service team) captain.
Also, Sarkisian explained that what UW did during its closed practices the last 24 hours was “simulate a road game.” The team practiced at Husky Stadium yesterday, what was a regular Friday walk-through, then boarded buses to a hotel (not one that UW usually uses to further replicate the experience of going on the road). Then they got up today and headed to the Seahawks’ facility for an afternoon practice (roughly replicating the afternoon kickoff at BYU a week from Saturday).
The “mock game” at the VMAC (Virginia Mason Athletic Center) included putting on the road uniforms. “And guess who won?,” Sarkisian asked. “The Huskies, man. It was awesome.”
Sarkisian also said that he has been asked to attend a reunion of BYU quarterbacks on the field at halftime next week. He said that “I’ve made a pact with myself if we are up by 21, I’ll go take the picture. How’s that sound?” Sounded like it sounded just fine to a crowd that I think was enjoying itself in a number of ways.
Sarkisian also said that the Huskies won’t lose this year at Husky Stadium and that he thinks the season “is setting up to be something pretty special in a conference that is ripe for the taking.”
UW will be back to work in the morning for a 10 a.m. practice at Husky Stadium.

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