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Sarkisian on First Day of Spring Football

Keith Price (Kim Grinolds/Dawgman.com)

SEATTLE - Washington Head Coach Steve Sarkisian spoke with the press Monday morning after a spirited first practice that lasted just over two hours and had a little of everything in it for a non-contact workout. With new coaches, new environment, some new players and a new start time, Sark had plenty to talk about.

First impressions - "Somebody likes me, because the sun came out for the first time in three months. I thought overall first impression, first practice - and not just comparing it to a first practice - I thought the energy was really good, the guys practiced efficiently, they were running the football. The effort was good, the enthusiasm was good…obviously on both sides of the ball there's...

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