Fall Camp Links: Scrimmage Edition
The first scrimmage is in the books for the Huskies. And judging from the glowing reports from outlets that cover the program, things are starting to fall into place for Coach Steve Sarkisian and his group.
The Tacoma News-Tribune leads off with the heavy amount of playing time the young players received in Tuesday's scrimmage, a dog-eared strategy of NFL coaches during this time of the season. And those youngsters, particularly the QBs, shined.
Of course, perhaps Sark felt the need to go to his reserves after the explosive performance of Jake Locker and the rest of the first-stringers, who put on a show for the crowd at Husky Stadium, according to the Seattle Times.
Here are the rest of the headlines, including some news out of Provo, where BYU (the Huskies first opponent in 2010) is based.
Youth rules as Dawgs hold first scrimmage - GoHuskies.com
UW stars shine in scrimmage - Everett Herald
Rumors fly that BYU is going independent - Deseret News
Pass drops plague Cougars - Salt Lake Tribune
BYU football notebook: Coach Mendenhall begins search for accurate leg
The Huskies have just four two-a-days left, starting with a double session today at Husky Stadium. The first workout begins at 8:45am, and the student-athletes are given an ample amount of time off before the second at 6:45pm.
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