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Balancing health and aggressiveness

SEATTLE - In spring football, guys get hurt; other guys come back from injury. It's a part of what happens. But with the Washington Huskies, they are already fighting a tough battle with numbers; they don't need to have too many more bodies go down before having to call a penalty on themselves for not having enough bodies at the line of scrimmage.

"Our number one goal is to get out of here better, realistically," UW Head Coach Steve Sarkisian said Tuesday. "We have to be a better football team than we were when we started spring ball. At the end I want us to be a better football team: I want us to understand our schemes better; I want us to understand what it's truly like to play with great effort every snap, to be relentless. I want our... Recommended Stories

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