Coach Tyrone Willingham said he wasn't surprised that his team came back a little sluggish this morning, their first time out on the field after their Saturday scrimmage and light Sunday.
He added that his opinion of that Saturday work didn't change much after watching the tapes: the No. 1 offense and defense looked fairly even to him, while the No. 2 offense was ahead of the No. 2 defense, mostly due to an experience advantage along the lines.
We also got a generally upbeat health report: Wilson Afoa was back at work, along with Caesar Rayford, Matt Sedillo and Donald Butler. Erik Folk was limited. Cody Ellis and Byron Davenport were out. Anthony Russo was the only Husky wearing the red injury jersey.
The Huskies will return for a second practice this afternoon, which begins the final week of fall camp. In this final week, more depth chart issues will be settled as coaches begin wanting the playing units to start functioning as units.
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And finally, on another cool rainy day, Willingham noted that he wishes the month had been hotter, noting that there's noting like heat and humidity to improve conditioning.