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Coach's Corner - Spring Review

Jake Locker (Kim Grinolds/Dawgman.com)

OK, so the 14-13 score in Washington's spring game wasn't what most of us had in mind, but regardless of the score, or "bore" for that matter, there can be no denying that this Husky team has made some significant progress over the 15 practices in the month of April.

I saw 10 of the 15 practices and there was an obvious methodical approach to teaching and implementing, reviewing and applying of the basic team concepts of play (They even had segments with no helmets just to keep it on the mental movement level). They worked hard as units, and when looked at from that standpoint it was a highly efficient and productive spring. UW Head Coach Steve Sarkisian...

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