Fall Camp Links: Locker/Men's Health Edition
Week 2 of Fall Camp began with a grueling two-a-day workout, but the Huskies closed out the second session on a high note with a spirited practice that brought out several compliments from Coach Steve Sarkisian.
But first off, Washington QB Jake Locker was featured as part of an extensive spread in the nation's No. 1 fitness magazine - Men's Health. The multi-page article is specific about the types of workouts Locker does to maintain his dual-threat abilities. The issue is currently in newsstands.
Secondly, the Seattle Times explored why the injury to frosh running back Deontae Cooper (who will miss the season with a torn ACL) may not be such a blow to the Huskies, who have ample depth at the position.
All of the backs have been impressive this spring, and Sarkisian noted in his post-practice media gathering that each back will have their own package of plays.
Huskies counting on Folk to pin opponents deep - Tacoma News-Tribune
Huskies move on after Cooper's season-ending injury - Everett Herald
GoHuskies.com has a full practice report available from both sessions Monday night. Fans who plan on coming to Husky Stadium at 3:00 p.m. today will be in for a special treat as well - the first official scrimmage of Fall Camp.
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