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Part II: New OC Tim Lappano

Tim Lappano will take the reigns as the new offensive coordinator this year at Washington. He expects his offense to be very up-tempo, physical, and also expects that there will be only one quarterback instead of the revolving door that was there last year for the signal callers.

Coming off of a 1-10 season, Husky fans look to the future for hope of a quick turnaround. Particularly on offense, as the Huskies struggled mightily to move the football. Expect a big change in schemes and philosophy from Lappano from Pettas, last year's offensive coordinator. "You guys (in the media) can go ahead and tell me how many games we'll win next year, but what I can tell you is that...

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