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Lindquist takes in Spring Football

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SEATTLE - Washington's 8 am Spring Football practices didn't just impact the players and coaches taking part. In fact, Jeff Lindquist may have gotten up earlier to visit campus those practice days than any coach or player. The 6-foot-3, 225-pound UW signee would wake up at 4:45 am to make sure he got to Montlake on time.

Why so early? Visions of Lindquist waiting at the door of the football offices with donuts and coffee aren't far-fetched. "I took my time to eat breakfast," Lindquist told Dawgman.com Sunday night with a chuckle. "I'd get up there for as much as I could. I was out of town for a week and things pop up here and there - but I got out there when I could. "For me, this spring was about learning...

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