The Huskies are off the field after their Saturday scrimmage at Husky Stadium, which unofficially lasted 75 plays in about an hour-and-a-half.
No new injuries, which after the last week is the best news for UW after any practice.
The No. 1 offense was on the field for three drives and was stopped twice by the No. 2 defense before scoring on its third and final possession, moving 80 yards in 16 plays capped by a 10-yard run by Keith Price.
The No. 2 offense had three possessions against the No. 1 defense and scored on two, a 3-yard pass from Nick Montana to Evan Hudson to cap an eight-play 65-yard march, and a 27-yard field goal by Erik Folk.
That was it for the scoring, and the No. 1 units, with the rest of the scrimmage devoted to the No. 2’s playing against each other, or the No. 3’s going against each other.
Some quick unofficial stats:
Keith Price 9-14-77, no TDs or interceptions
Nick Montana 13-25-134, 1 TD, no interceptions
Derrick Brown 3-11-21 no TDs or interceptions
Johri Fogerson 6-38
Bishop Sankey 7-31
Jesse Callier 7-25
Willis Wilson 5-19
Dezden Petty 6-20
Travon Brooks 3-7
Keith Price 1-10, 1 TD
Nick Montana 3-8
Derrick Brown 3-4
Devin Aguilar 6-41
DiAndre Campbell 4-51
James Johnson 3-36
Kevin Smith 3-33
Kasen Williams 2-35
Jermaine Kearse 1-11
William Chandler 1-8
Austin Seferian-Jenkins 1-5
Jamaal Jones 1-8
Travon Brooks 1-4
Evan Hudson 1-3
There were no turnovers (fixed from earlier).
There were at least three sacks — Josh Shirley, Connor Cree and Alec Kimble.
In two personnel notes — Cody Bruns was absent to deal with family matters at home; and safety James Sample sat out due to a shoulder injury but could be back in a day or two.
Alameda Ta’amu did not play to rest his hand, and — if it needs to be stated — Chris Polk and Quinton Richardson remain out and didn’t see action. Jordan Wallace is also out with a knee injury.
The general theme of UW coach Steve Sarkisian’s quotes, which you can see below, is that he liked much of what he saw today but that the team needs to clean some things up, such as dropped passes (unofficially six) and penalties (unofficially seven for 55, including a holding penalty that wiped out a Price 21-yard TD to Austin Seferian-Jenkins).
You can see his comments in the video below. I’ll have a few more notes and quotes later.
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