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Coach B - appraises and praises the LBs

With two potential starters on the shelf for spring and the graduations of Ben Mahdavi and Jafar Williams, it appeared that the Husky linebacker corps would be thin and depleted. However, after watching and talking with the top five varsity players, I'm convinced that they are more than capable of carrying on the great tradition that comes with the position.

For over 30 years the Huskies have been known for their great linebackers. It probably goes all the way back to the sixties with Roy McKasson and Rick Redman. Coach Jim Lambright for years turned out quality backers when he coached the position. He was the UW linebackers coach for the majority of his career here. I had the difficult task of following in his footsteps when he became head coach...

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