Utah kicker Reggie Dunn says he'll keep returning kicks as long as teams keep giving him a chance. He shouldn't get his hopes up this week.
Washington coach Steve Sarkisian is well aware of the danger Dunn possesses on the field.
Sarkisian all but watched Dunn grow up when he was an assistant at USC and Dunn would participate in some of the school's camps while he was starring for Verbum Dei High, Calif.
Sarkisian recruited Dunn when he became the head coach at Washington but Dunn, who went to Compton College out of high school, chose the Utes.
"It's in his nature, he's always been fast," Sarkisian said. "He has big play capabilities and we're aware of it. He has been on a roll the last couple of games."
- Lya Wodraska
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