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October 16, 2012 at 10:59 AM

Video — UW defensive coordinator Justin Wilcox

Washington is off the field following its Tuesday practice, the first this regular season in which the Huskies used the Dempsey Indoor.

And the reason is actually more related to the weather they will get this weekend in Arizona than anything to do with the weather here. Highs could reach into the low ’90s Saturday in Tucson, though likely dipping into the 70s or 80s by the 7 p.m. kickoff.

No real personnel news from practice.

We did talk with defensive coordinator Justin Wilcox, and I have the video below. Among the topics are the transformation of Josh Banks the last few weeks from potential redshirt to starter, how that has changed the defensive line and the new roles of Josh Shirley and Andrew Hudson, and the similarities and differences of Oregon’s and Arizona’s spread offenses:

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