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September 7, 2010 at 9:22 PM

Tuesday night practice update — punter Mahan suffers sprained knee

Sorry for the delay. I was unable to attend practice today for a personal reason, so Mason Kelley was out there, instead.
He filed this story focusing on the defense and its efforts to improve its pass rush.
As you can read, the big personnel news is that punter Will Mahan sprained his knee. It’s uncertain how serious it is. If Mahan is out, walk-on Kiel Rasp of Nathan Hale will take over.
Also, Johri Fogerson sat out with a hamstring injury. And for the second straight day, Erik Kohler and Colin Porter got a lot of work with the starting unit, both at guard — Kohler at left guard, and Porter at right guard.
Finally, here is audio of defensive line and special teams coach Johnny Nansen talking after practice, as well as defensive coordinator Nick Holt.

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