With no game to prepare for, the Washington Huskies hit the field Wednesday and gave the youngsters a chance to shine. In a scrimmage made up of players on the low-end of the depth chart, UW put together a competitive game, with Nick Montana taking center-stage.
Seattle Times reporter Bob Condotta was there and passed along what he saw.
What are essentially the No. 3 offense and defense (though with a few other players mixed in) went against each other for five series.
Nick Montana was the QB for all of them, and led two scoring drives, including a 39-yard TD pass to DiAndre Campbell in which he broke two tackles (one from safety Sean Parker). Another drive was capped by a 5-yard TD run by Demitrius Bronson.