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First Practice in the Books

SEATTLE - With Washington fans lining the field at Husky Stadium, it just felt like something new, definitely something different. Over 200 interested spectators braved the cold and rain to see the first practice of the Steve Sarkisian era, and it was as advertised - high-tempo, intense, competitive and fun to watch.

"It felt good," Sarkisian said afterward. "It was a decent turnout. Hopefully the response is good and the turnout continues to grow and we get more and more people out here." The team appeared to thrive on the competitive aspect of Sarkisian's team period, where the offense and defense went 11-11, and each play was scored on the offense's ability to either get four yards or more on a carry or...

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