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Clinic and Scrimmage Reflect Changes

Ossai and Noble butt heads (Grinolds/Dawgman.com)

SEATTLE - The change is so uplifting and refreshing in Husky football that it's hard to tell how good this team can be or will be when it is time to play for real come September. I signed up for and attended the annual coaches clinic hosted by coach Sarkisian and his staff and also attended both practices this past weekend.

I ended up watching the scrimmage with Bob Rondeau, the golden voice of the Huskies, and although we are both homers, we still came away impressed. Realizing I wear purple-colored glasses when it comes to my favorite team, I continue to be amazed by the change in tempo, enthusiasm and steady improvement by this group of kids. The coaching change has covered everything related to the program...

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