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After watching a complete spring and the fall two-a-day practices, the Husky defense has taken on a completely different feel than a year ago. There are a lot of the same faces but the mix is different, the schemes are different, the attitude is different, and the results will be different.

Gone are the games of sitting in the same soft zone cover of quarter/quarter, half coverage, and allowing the underneath routes to go for big yards. Back is the emphasis on man-on-man skills and coverage. Good man pressure allows you to get to the quarterback more, and a get up the field gap control front. Essentially it translates to an attacking style defense. Attacking, in that the linemen...

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