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Aaron Dunn, a third-year sophomore-to-be, missed the last two practices, and then Leach said after practice Thursday that the former blue-chipper has decided to transfer. Dunn was a touted 4-star recruit out of Mead High in 2010 who had his career sidelined early his freshman year with a badly broken wrist. He redshirted and returned last season as a back up to Andrei Lintz. Leach didn't say where Dunn might be looking to transfer. With the offense Leach runs, the tight end position is not often used in the traditional sense except around the goal line. The "tight ends" that work in Leach's system are those who can also play slot receiver and/or an H-back-type role. Lintz fits that description, while Dunn does not. AS FOR PLAY ON THE FIELD, there was plenty of action Thursday with the defense chalking up another solid day. Breske has steadily added pieces to his multi-dimensional scheme, which slows reaction time in the early going as players digest their responsibilities. But...
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