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With practice number nine now in the books, the Washington Huskies have officially put on the pads and got down to some actual hitting and taking-the-player-down-to-the-ground tackling. It wasn't all that long - eight plays, to be exact - but the red zone scrimmage gave a taste of what's to come as UW starts to wind their way toward April 19th.

The team is now past the half-way part of spring, and the hitting was inevitable. But with the linebacking corps thin and the running backs suffering from not having Dwayne Washington and Jesse Callier available, there's only so much exposure to hits Chris Petersen will allow. That being said, the offense showed Saturday that they took Thursday's five-turnover beating to heart. The air horn slung... Recommended Stories

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