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April 6, 2007 at 7:56 AM

More on Locker, uniforms

I had some of this on the blog Thursday, but here’s more from the press conference, leading off with Tyrone Willingham’s announcement that as of now, Jake Locker is the team’s starting quarterback.
Given Locker’s obvious ability and all that the program has invested in him, I think that’s as good as saying he’s the guy.
At the bottom of the story is a note on Willingham’s acknowledgement that he is considering returning player names back on jerseys.
Judging from the e-mail I’ve gotten the past two years since Willingham decided to take them off, this is a big issue with some of you. Willingham was vague about when a final decision would be made, and said the jerseys will be able to be prepared to go either way at a moment’s notice.
But combined with his decision to open up a few more spring practices, Willingham appears to be loosening things up a bit, possibly a sign he’s beginning to feel more comfortable about the way things are going.

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