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Thursday Steve Sarkisian Briefing

Steve Sarkisian (Kim Grinolds/Dawgman.com)

Washington Head Coach Steve Sarkisian addressed the press one more time Thursday before his normal Monday game week press briefing. He wrapped up his thoughts on fall camp, who has emerged as leaders, who has remained healthy and also something unique they've been doing to get themselves focused for the 2013 college football season.

Sark characterized the last three weeks as a lot of good work, with the team's identity and personality starting to show up. Feels good from an injury standpoint, but it's still been physical. The changes they've made on offense have been effective and those changes have also been helpful to the defense. He's encouraged by these three weeks, but they still need the next week to get into the...

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