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Mid-Spring Review: Defensive Line

Could he be the surprise of spring going forward?

So I'm not accused of being a broken record, Pete Kwiatkowski summed up how the defensive line was going to approach spring football best. And it sure sounds a lot like how new UW Head Coach Chris Petersen talked about how the whole team was going to approach spring football; a focus on fundamentals, technique, and attention to detail.

"Right now we're not so dialed into the results; it's more about teaching, alignments, assignments, calls, fundamentals, techniques - because we have so many potential ones with threes, or twos…we don't know where these guys are going to end up being," Kwiatkowski told Dawgman.com before spring football started. "It's more about the details - the assignments, alignment and fundamental football...

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