Football Links: Fill-In Duty
After Jesse Callier took his first collegiate carry 39 yards (the longest for any Husky last Saturday against BYU), it was fairly evident to everyone watching the frosh from California was ready for big-time football. But is he ready to take on a bigger role with the Huskies?
That's the question posed by Todd Milles in the Tacoma News-Tribune, who writes that Callier could be in line for more action this Saturday against Syracuse.
Callier didn't just have success running the ball, according to his position coach Joel Thomas.
"What people don't notice ... he had a great cut block in our base protection, and a downfield block on the long throw to Jermaine (Kearse)," said Thomas, who said the newcomer graded out in the mid-90 percent area on his assignments."
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