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April 20, 2013 at 3:55 PM

Washington Spring Game live thread

IT’S OVER — Check back for video interviews.

SECOND POSSESSION — Troy Williams eluded a sack and threw 23 yards to Antavius Sims in the end zone.

FIRST POSSESSION — Miles connected with Campbell on a 19-yard touchdown.

FOURTH SCRIMMAGE — During this scrimmage, the Huskies worked on overtime situations. The offense began drives at the 25.

THIRD SCRIMMAGE — The backup quarterbacks took over during this scrimmage. No scores. The drives were highlighted by fumbles and missed passes. Josh Shirley had the biggest play when he returned a Miles’ fumble about 60 yards.

KICKING COMPETITION — Travis Coons and Cameron Van Winkle were 5 for 6. They connected from 25, 30 left hash, 30 right hash, 40 and 45. They missed on a 45-yarder. CORRECTED — 10:11 p.m.

FOURTH POSSESSION — With Lindquist behind center, the Huskies lost four yards.

THIRD POSSESSION — Best drive of the day for Price, who had a 30-yard pass to Williams over Peters. The drive stopped at the 19.

SECOND POSSESSION — Same conditions for Miles. He led UW to a first down, but the drive fizzled after that. Taylor got most of the work.

FIRST POSSESSION — First and 10 at their own 25. Three and out for Price. Smith dropped a pass that would have been a first down.

SECOND SCRIMMAGE — More team work.

QUARTERBACK COMPETITION — Lindquist and coach Steve Sarkisian hit the bottom bar of the goal post on their first attempts in the quarterback competition. Miles connected on his second attempt. They were the only ones who hit the crossbars. Participants included: Warren Moon, Hugh Millen and Marques Tuiasosopo. Each passer was given two attempts.

SIXTH POSSESSION — Same conditions. Jeff Lindquist replaced Miles. Five-play drive that gained 15 yards.

FIFTH POSSESSION — Same conditions. Three and out for Price.

FOURTH POSSESSION — Miles leads UW to a score. Trevor Walker had a big hit and forced a fumble that rolled out of bounds.

THIRD POSSESSION — Price returns. Washington manages just nine yards. RB Dwayne Washington was stuffed for no gain on 4 and 1.

SECOND POSSESSION — Same conditions, same results for Cyler Miles. He made an 8-yard TD pass to Kevin Smith.

FIRST POSSESSION — Starting at the opponents’ 25, Keith Price led UW on to a touchdown. He made a 13-yard TD pass to Bishop Sankey.

SCRIMMAGE NO. 1 — Offensive starters: Micah Hatchie, Dexter Charles, Mike Criste, James Atoe, Ben Riva on the OL. Keith Price at QB. Bishop Sankey at RB. Kasen Williams, DiAndre Campbell and Jaydon Mickens at WR. TE Joshua Perkins.

GAUNTLET — Quarterback Derrick Brown trucked a few defenders during a gauntlet drill. Other standouts included: LB John Timu, CB Marcus Peters (as a runner), DT Danny Shelton, LB Shaq Thompson and OL Erik Kohler.

SCHEDULE — Here’s a look at today’s schedule.

4:55 p.m.: Team Period #1

5:05 p.m.: QB competition

5:10 p.m. Halftime

5:20 p.m.: Team Period #2 (Fan play calling)

5:30 p.m.: Kicking competition

5:35 p.m.: Team Period #3 (Fan play calling)

5:45 p.m.: Team Period #4 (Overtime)

5:50 p.m.: Over

NOT PARTICIPATING — Others who are on the field and not participating due to injuries include Lawrence Lagafuaina, Travis Feeney, Pio Vatuvei and Patrick Sa.

ON THE SIDE — Colin Taniwaga, Jesse Callier and Deonte Cooper are on the far side of the field running wind sprints. They’ve sat out this spring due to injuries.

AT THE START — Sparse crowd so far. As a reminder, today’s game isn’t really a game and more of a series of controlled scrimmages. The “game” has started with players going through plays in an 11-on-11 drill at half-speed on both ends of the field.

ON THE FIELD — Players have arrived at Memorial Stadium and they’re going through warm-ups. Offensive players are wearing purple jerseys and gold pants. Defensive players are wearing white jerseys and purple pants. Quarterbacks are wearing black jerseys.

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