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Several Huskies to see action on special teams vs. Guelph

A large portion of this morning’s walkthrough practice was devoted to special teams. With that in mind, special teams coordinator, Doug Humbert, was asked to explain who will all appear in tomorrow’s game, and how he will manage the reps that each player receives. 419 more words

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Hearing from Coach Sulz and the receivers

The Huskie receiving corps is a deep and talented unit. It is loaded with veterans, has some very promising up-and-comers, and is also the new position for Jahlani Gilbert-Knorren, one of the more athletic Huskies we’ve seen in recent memory. 623 more words

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Camp Confidential - practice #1: Friday, August 17

The Huskies took to the field, for their first practice of camp, this morning at 9:00 am. The focus of the practice was largely on fundamentals, with units squaring off in 1 on 1’s near the end of the session. 295 more words

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Coordinators Corner: Coach Schneider on the offense

This is the second in our three part series speaking with the Huskies Coordinators. Up now, Offensive Coordinator Brent Schneider.

The Huskies offense is in the middle of a transition from an experienced and veteran group two years ago, to a young and enthusiastic group this season. 492 more words

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Three downs: one week until Spring Camp edition

With Spring Camp starting on Thursday, we thought it was time to poll the pundits and see what they are thinking heading into the season. 998 more words

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Three Downs - players' edition #1

A regular feature of Huskie Outsider is a Q & A that we like to call “Three Downs.” To change things up a bit, several Huskie players have answered some questions for us. 426 more words

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Three Huskies in Texas for the International Bowl

Once again, Huskie Football will be showcased on an international stage as three Huskies participate in the third-annual International Bowl 19 and under football game (formerly known as the USA vs. 540 more words

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