Daniel Te'o-Nesheim Q&A
April 1, 2009
The Huskies started their first session of spring practices under new coach Steve Sarkisian on Tuesday. Senior defensive end Daniel Te'o-Nesheim will be counted on to provide leadership to the defense under coordinator Nick Holt. A three year starter, Te'o-Nesheim has the talent and experience to lead the unit as he has garnered honors throughout his careers, including Pac-10 Honorable Mention in 2006 and team defensive MVP in 2007. Always a man of few words, he has let his play do the talking so far in his career. GoHuskies.com caught up with Te'o-Nesheim, to talk about spring football and the adjustment to a new coaching staff.
Q: How prepared is the team for Spring to get started?
Q: How have the early mornings been?
Q: Does anyone miss morning practices and what are the repercussions?
Q: How strange has it been not to have Randy Hart around?
Q: What do you think about having fans at practices?