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Coach's Corner - Spring 2003

Through the eyes of Coach B

After seven practices, it appears that there is a sense of urgency surrounding Husky Football. Things have changed, and my prediction of Kenny James emergence was thwarted by the injury curse. Regardless, at the halfway point of spring we can definitely see the influence of the new members of the coaching staff.

Phil Snow brings in an entirely new approach to defense and appears to be blending well with co-coordinator Tim Hundley. Tim is now handling all three linebacker spots with Jamal Fountaine, the defensive graduate-assistant. Cornell Jackson has moved back to the secondary to work with the safeties while Phil himself is handling the corners. Long time veteran Randy Hart now handles all four...

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