Morning Links - Special Forces
The special teams units typically ride the third bus of the four-vehicle caravan that shuttles the Huskies to and from the hotel to the away-game stadium. The group has branded themselves "special forces," an elite fighting group capable of restoring order.
For much of the season, punter Kiel Rasp has helped the Huskies escape some potentially hairy situations.
He's the subject of a feature in Wednesday's Seattle Times, which talks how the Nathan Hale H.S. graduate has made the most of his opportunity after Will Mahan went down with an injury.
"He's been unbelievable so far," said UW special-teams coach Johnny Nansen of Rasp, who is on track to break the school record for season punting average of 43.2 set by Sean Douglas in 2006.
Stanford still haunts Huskies - Tacoma News-Tribune
The Luck and Locker showdown - Everett Herald
From the Bay Area perspective
Stanford secondary needs Delano Howell back - San Francisco Chronicle
Stanford's Andrew Luck likes what he sees in Locker - San Jose Mercury News
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