Fall Camp Links: Final Scrimmage Edition
The Huskies took to the field for their second (and final) scrimmage last Saturday, and the heated contest offered a few more clues about the 2010 season. For instance, the defense took the results of the first scrimmage to heart, coming back with a strong effort to the delight of the 1,500 fans who came out to Husky Stadium.
This was the focus of the stories by the beat writers who cover the Huskies on a daily basis. We'll begin with Scott Johnson of the Everett Herald, who details how the team might be playing with a chip on its shoulder this season.
"I don't really care what anyone, outside of us, has to say about our team," said senior Nate Williams. "No one out there knows the hard work we put in, waking up in the winter at 6 a.m., running our laps. No one really knows what's going on.
"All that talk about the (Huskies') offense being great? Cool; they are a great squad. But the talk about there being a question mark on our side of the ball? No one really knows what's going on, outside of our locker room."
Defense wins the day in UW scrimmage - Seattle Times
Defense settles the score at UW scrimmage - Tacoma News-Tribune
Jake Locker coast-to-coast Heisman offensive - Tacoma News-Tribune
Sarkisian not ready to name a backup QB - Everett Herald
Finally, GoHuskies.com has a full report from the second scrimmage, including video from Coach Sark and Jake Locker's post-practice media gathering.
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