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Practice Impressions: Day Two

Thomas Tutogi

Since the pre-spring press conference on Monday, Steve Sarkisian has made it pretty clear he wants his defense to create more turnovers and his offense to take care of the ball better than they did in 2012. Well, he got his wish on one of those Thursday night, but it remains to be seen if it can be sustained over the next month or so...

Turnovers and quick changes: Washington's defense forced two interceptions on Thursday night. Greg Ducre, playing zone, baited Cyler Miles into throwing a pass to what appeared to be an open Jaydon Mickens, but the junior corner dropped back and came up with an easy pick of the redshirt freshman signal caller. Thomas Tutogi needed ever bit of his listed 6'2" frame to go up and pick off a Keith...

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