With school starting this week, Washington will practice a little earlier in the morning, so our interview schedule is moved up by about an hour. But Tuesday still means defensive player and coach interviews, as usual. And links:
--- Here's our story from Monday's press availability, focusing obviously on the loss of running back Jesse Callier to a ruptured Achilles tendon. The injury is Callier's second season-ending ailment of his career, the first being the torn anterior cruciate ligament he suffered in the 2012 season opener against San Diego State. Losing Callier means sophomore Dwayne Washington is now the most game-experienced back available on UW's roster. Washington has 92 career carries, with 47 in 2013 and 45 so far in 2014. Redshirt freshman Lavon Coleman has 65 carries, all of them obviously coming this season. And fifth-year senior Deontae Cooper has 56 career carries (43 last season and 13 so far this year).
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