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Post-Spring Review: Inside Linebacker

Cort Dennison (Kim Grinolds/Dawgman.com)

While Mason Foster and Victor Aiyewa were racking up the tackles, making the Sports Center plays, and generally getting the recognition they so richly deserved for their play as senior outside linebackers, it was the man in the middle - Cort Dennison - that kept it all under control and simmering.

It seemed like Cort was in the eye of the storm, seamlessly finding his niche between Foster and Aguilar. The senior from Salt Lake City quietly had his most productive season as a Husky, coming up with 92 tackles, 8.5 of them for loss, and two sacks. It took a little time, but he took on the challenge of moving from outside linebacker to the MIK with gusto. Dennison knew he needed to get...

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