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Morning kick-off: camps around the conference are rolling

Post by Ryan Divish on Aug. 7, 2012 at 10:45 am with No Comments »
August 7, 2012 10:48 am

Justin Glenn talk with Mike Gastineau and Elise Woodward, who were broadcasting live at Husky practice. Glenn, who might be one of the smartest most eloquent interviews on the team, had some frank things to say about the defense under the previous regime and the coaching style.

This quote was interesting: “They are trying to teach it. Not making people feel like, ‘oh I can’t mess up, and if I do, they are going to yell at me.’ They are more relaxed and do it the next time and lets fix it.”

and later …

“It helps when the coach isn’t just going to throw a bunch of F bombs at you.”

Here’s a link to Keith Price’s interview with Gas and Elise

Here’s my story from today’s paper on the first day of practice

North Division

Cal: Penn State transfer Khairi Fortt said he almost went to Cal out of high school

Oregon: De’Anthony Thomas will get more chances to be explosive in 2012 writes George Schroeder. Adam Jude of the Oregonian has the rundown of all things Ducks.

Oregon State: John Hunt has the morning rundown on the Beavers

Stanford: no one is allowed to wear Andrew Luck’s No. 12 jersey

Washington State: Christian Caple has the scoop on Cougs practice. …

South Division

Arizona: Here’s a story on assistant Bill Kirelawich

ASU: Doug Haller has the Monday practice report and this story on the defense

Colorado: QB Nick Hirschmann is feeling healthy

UCLA: The heat took its toll on Bruins yesterday. Here’s video of Jim Mora postpractice

USC: Silas Redd talked to the media after his first practice. Here’s more on the offense

Utah: The Utes have fresh legs




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