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Practice Impressions: Day Ten

Michael Kneip

Precision, precision, precision. That seemed to be the theme for the day for UW football practice, as there was very little, but very much going on all at once Tuesday morning. There was no really big hits, big plays, but what was being taught was invaluable.

Technique breeds champions: Technique seems to be the key for the spring. Throughout interviews with coaches, position battles are non-existent and everything is totally focused on teaching and improving. Position battles will be saved for summer practices before the season. Punting time: Travis Coons was taking punts at the start of practice to Marvin Hall, Jaydon Mickens and Kasen Williams...

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