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SEATTLE - The media that covered Washington Football during Steve Sarkisian's time at Montlake remember the air horn as the sound that divided periods of play and individual instruction. Sark used it as a marker. Chris Petersen carries an air horn too, but he uses it in a much different way. And the way the Husky defensive played Thursday night, Pete's air horn got a lot of use.

"You can hear it…when the air horn goes off all the guys are yelling and whooping and hollering," Washington Defensive Coordinator Pete Kwiatkowski said after the 135-minute practice session at the Dempsey Indoor Facility. "They have to get three turnovers, and they don't run. If they don't get any they have to run three half-gassers. Anytime they hear one, they know they are that much closer to... Recommended Stories

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