Husky Trails: An Early Washington Huskies 2009 Defensive Depth Chart

Posted by Ian Peterson on July-21-2009 Add Comments

We've taken a look at the offensive side of the ball, so now let's look at the defense.

One of the most glaring issues in the 0-12 2008 campaign was just how bad the Huskies defense was. They couldn't defend against the pass, there was no pass rush or run stop, and it took well into the season for them to even record a sack.

New coach Steve Sarkisian made wholesale changes to the program, bringing in an all new staff headlined by defensive coordinator Nick Holt, late of USC.

Spring provided some good displays for the defense. However, while some positions are now crystal clear, others are still hopelessly muddy. 

Let's take a look:

Defensive End - Daniel Teo'nesheim/Everette Thomps...

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