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Practice Spotlight - Day Nine

Nate Fellner (Kim Grinolds/Dawgman.com)

SEATTLE - Day Nine of Spring Football at Washington was a little like the weather - a mixed bag. There was an emphasis on turnovers, but also an emphasis on passing too. It definitely gave the chance for the defense to shine and they did, forcing turnovers, getting stops and just causing problems for the offense in general.

The List: Play of the Day - For the offense, it was a great play-action fake by Keith Price that found James Johnson all alone in the end zone for roughly a 50-yard touchdown play. It was a thing of beauty. For the defense, it was the two picks that walk-on cornerback Tre Watson came up with. The first one was the very first team session on the very first play. The senior from Kennedy followed...

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