SEATTLE - The Washington Huskies practiced again inside the cozy confines of the renovated Husky Stadium, and Day Two was a lot like Day One - fairly uneventful. There was no major news coming out of Tuesday's two-hour-plus workout, but still plenty of notes about the team and how they are progressing as they work toward their season-opener versus Boise State on August 31st.
Austin Seferian-Jenkins Talks to The Media: The junior tight end became tabloid fodder this summer after pleading guilty to DUI, which cost him a night in jail. But Seferian-Jenkins, who spoke to the media for the first time Tuesday since his arrest, talked in a penitent voice about being grateful for the opportunity to get to play football again (he was suspended shortly after his arrest in the spring) and it's only been a lesson for him that he'll never repeat but it's also been a great lesson for his teammates too. It's unclear whether or not Seferian-Jenkins will miss any game time as a result of the incident; UW Head Coach Steve Sarkisian said he already has a thought for what he's going to do but will keep it in-house until Washington's August 31st game versus Boise State.
Play of the Day: Price, while having clearly the best day of the quarterbacks, did have a hiccup. During the final team period, he stepped back to pass and tried to thread the needle to Kasen Williams down the middle. But Travis Feeney had the route locked up and picked the ball in stride. It was a pretty play for the sophomore linebacker and showed that he's very much back from rehabbing his shoulder all spring.