UW football coach Steve Sarkisian says the Huskies will open spring football practice tomorrow without a depth chart.
Everything is new under Sark, and he wants to send that message that that includes everyone's place on the team.
Those clean slates will begin taking on information at 4 p.m. Tuesday, when the Huskies open spring drills. Fans are welcome to attend. (Just be sure to pay whatever on-campus parking fees and enter Husky Stadium on the northeast side over by the softbal stadium.)
For now, a few other highlights from Sarkisian's meeting with the media today:
*He updated this injury list: CB Vonzel McDowell, limited; safety Jason Wells, absent; LB Kurt Mangum, limited; RB Brandon Yakabosk, out; SS Victor Aiyewa, limited; OL Terence Thamas, out; TE Marek Domansji, limited; TE Romeo Savant, limited.
*Former defensive lineman Senio Kelemente has been moved to the offensive line. Curtis Shaw will begin camp as a tailback, as will Chris Polk.
*The top goal of the staff is to get the Huskies to compete. To that end there will be scored practices, where offensive and defensive accomplishments are added up and winners announced. (I looked back at coach Tyrone Willingham's first pre-spring press conference. He said his top priority was attitude, second was intelligence.)
* Sarkisian says he plans three major scrimmages, the first coming April 11. But he isn't yet commiting to how game-like the spring game will be.
* He said he expects about 75 percent of his system to be installed in spring.