On a day that was intended to clear up several position battles, questions remain. A one-handed catch by an All-American receiver and a big hit by a 5-foot-8 kicker highlighted Saturday's scrimmage.
August 16, 2003
The Huskies were in full pads Friday morning as they went through one of the most spirited practices of the fall. With Saturday's scrimmage marking the final day the team will be in Olympia, the Husky coaching staff made sure each member of the team knew exactly what was to be expected of them.
August 15, 2003
It was a day of conditioning and getting feet wet at Husky Stadium as the football guys were back out on the field for the first practice of the fall.
Spring practices officially ended for the Husky football team on Thursday as the team ran through a spirited two-and-a-half workout. Saturday's Spring Game, scheduled for 12:30 p.m. at Husky Stadium, will conclude spring ball all together.
Washington head coach Rick Neuheisel said on Monday that the defense typically is ahead during this time of the year, and if Thursday's practice was any indication the coach's words ring truer than ever for this year's team.
After a discussion with Coach Rick Neuheisel, it became clear what the goals of the spring are going to be. Accountability is number one. If the coach can get across that everyone must take responsibility for themselves, their actions, and their assignments, he'll be a happy camper.