Friday At Husky Football Fall Camp
Aug. 21, 2009
The Washington football team continued its march towards the 2009 season opener, Sept. 5 vs. LSU, with its 14th practice of the fall camp this morning at Husky Stadium.
It was a helmets-only affair and was also relatively 'brisk,' as Coach Steve Sarkisian termed it afterwards, lasting less than an hour and a half. However, the team will be back this evening at 6:45 p.m. for a full-pads session and then will hold their final full scrimmage of the fall Saturday at 3:00 p.m.
The team spent much of the morning working in various scenarios in an 11-on-11 setting, interspersed with a good deal of special teams.
The defense seemed to hold the edge for much of the morning, evidenced by excellent pass breakups on similar plays from safety Nate Williams and cornerback Richardson, both in the corner of the field nearest the tunnel.
Linebacker E.J. Savannah, despite playing with a cast on his left hand, came up with a tremendous interception later in the morning as well.
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