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Spring Practices Promise to be Competitive

D'Andre Goodwin (Kim Grinolds/Dawgman.com)

A group entirely made up of new coaches should make this the most competitive spring practice in years at Washington. There are no prejudices carried over, so it means renewed competition at just about every position on the team. With the possible exception of about four or five spots, every spot should be pretty much up for grabs.

Hopefully, the team that shows up after spring break will still be in shape, as they know they have already been under considerable evaluation. Being involved in winter drills with a new weight, strength and conditioning staff, everyone has been trying to make a good impression. Most have already been evaluated on film from this last season as well as scrimmages which involved the red-shirted...

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