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Huskies spring practice is about answering questions


The Huskies football spring practice continues, with UW trying to find answers like every team in America.

One of the biggest questions is who will play guard after both starters graduated. One guy who should start is 6-foot-6, 370-pound sophomore Morgan Rosborough, who wants to lose a little more weight before next season.

The new quarterback, Jake Locker, teamed with receiver Marcel Reese on the best play of practice Tuesday. Despite the play, News Tribune writer Don Ruiz feels quarterback Carl Bonnell was sharper than Locker.

• USC junior guard Nick Young is hiring an agent and entering the NBA draft, so he won’t be back next season.

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