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Last week Tom and Dallas talked about what they are most looking forward to at Spring Camp. To end our three-part series, I am on the clock. Who is the quarterback of the future? Laurence Nixon is the entrenched starter and is one of the best quarterbacks in the CIS. He is a leader on field and off the field and clearly understands the game. However, Nixon is heading into his final year of eligibility. Parker Siemens is heading into his third year with the Huskies and has improved each of the past two seasons as the third quarterback. Right now, he is number two as Trevor Barss (PhD) and | Full Article

The Huskies ran their Spring Scrimmage earlier today. About 500 people witnessed the 60 minute session on a beautiful Sunday morning. The team ran about 8o plays. The first team offense fired on cylinders. Quarterback Laurence Nixon threw several long passes for completions. Tyler O’Gorman had some nice, tough runs up the middle. New recruits Rory Kohlert and Jeff Moore led the receivers with a few great catches. New recruit Cam Redl subbed in with the first group and seemed to fit right in. Ben Hennan and Travis Gorski did not play. From the defensive side, the first team defense had its moments too. New recruits Zach Hart and Levi | Full Article

The Outsider spent the afternoon rubbing shoulders with some great football people who were watching Team North practice for the upcoming high-school Senior Bowl. In attendance, and watching some potential recruits, were Huskies coaches Brian Towriss, Brent Schneider and Doug Humbert. The Outsider also ran into Huskies colour commentator Kelly Bowers who took a break from working in the yard. For proof, check out the photos on Flickr! The real scoop of the day is that BT talked to The Outsider about the team as it heads into Spring Camp this weekend. jimmy6, a Huskies Outsider super-fan, asked to hear what the coaches thought about the running back situation. Always | Full Article