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October 16, 2012 at 1:18 PM

Videos — Tutogi, Glenn, Shirley, Heyward

Here are a few more videos from Tuesday’s practice.

First, here’s UW linebacker Thomas Tutogi, who will be going against his older brother, Taimi — a defensive end and fullback for the Wildcats — in Saturday’s game. He talks about his thoughts on that matchup and more:

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Next, here’s safety Justin Glenn talking about the differences in the Arizona and Oregon offense and facing the Wildcats (thanks to Percy Allen for this video):

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Next is defensive end Josh Shirley talking about the defense, his sack of Matt Barkley on fourth down last week, and more (and again, thanks to Percy Allen):

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Finally, here’s defensive backs coach Keith Heyward talking about the rise of Marcus Peters to a starting role at cornerback:

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