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Quantum leaps can be made

Senio Kelemete (Kim Grinolds/Dawgman.com)

SEATTLE - Sometimes it takes a whole year to make that quantum transformation from player to star. Steve Sarkisian said Thursday it's possible for a transformation to occur literally from one practice to the next. And while he has to watch the film to make sure, he saw some players step up that he didn't see on Tuesday.

"It's a comfort zone of being out here," Sarkisian said after Thursday's practice, the second so far for the Washington Huskies this spring. "Sometimes you see guys that had a good off-season, and they come out and there's so much anxiety for that first day they are a little tight and they don't perform maybe the way they want. They they look at the film and relax and then come out and play the...

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