Washington defensive back Myles Bryant is confident the Huskies’ young defensive backs can step into the void left by injuries. “They know the ins-and-outs of our defense, and know the techniques,” Bryant said. “(Defensive backs) coach (Jimmy) Lake has done a good job preparing them for that role. If they have to step up, they will be ready.”
Washington defensive back Myles Bryant is confident the Huskies’ young defensive backs can step into the void left by injuries. “They know the ins-and-outs of our defense, and know the techniques,” Bryant said. “(Defensive backs) coach (Jimmy) Lake has done a good job preparing them for that role. If they have to step up, they will be ready.” David Zalubowski AP
Washington defensive back Myles Bryant is confident the Huskies’ young defensive backs can step into the void left by injuries. “They know the ins-and-outs of our defense, and know the techniques,” Bryant said. “(Defensive backs) coach (Jimmy) Lake has done a good job preparing them for that role. If they have to step up, they will be ready.” David Zalubowski AP

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October 18, 2017 01:53 PM