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Savannah Situation Means Opportunities

Joshua Gage (Kim Grinolds/Dawgman.com)

Let's not rush to judgment on E.J. Savannah and let the proper channels sort out where, when, and how he is going to help this Husky football team. No question when you lose your leading tackler there is going to be some adjustment. Whether its academics or injury it really doesn't effect how you think as a coach. He is not there; so you replace and move on.

The nice thing for the defense is it appears there are a number of kids who want the chance to prove they can be a playmaker on this particular defense. Mentally you have to put Savannah in the exactly the same category as injured center, Juan Garcia. If and when he returns, you will simply b e that much better. For now though, defensive coordinator Ed Donatell and linebacker coach Chris Tormey...

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