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November 13, 2007 at 11:32 AM

Locker update

UW coach Tyrone Willingham said on the Pac-10 Conference call today that Jake Locker is progressing quickly from the injuries suffered Saturday and that there’s a chance he could play Saturday against Cal.
“I’m not ruling in or out so we will take it day-by-day,” Willingham said. “But I like the progress I’m seeing from him.”
Willingham said Locker would likely sit out practice today, with the Huskies expected to go light, to give him one more day of rehab. But he could return to practice Wednesday and if so, could play Saturday against Cal.
Willingham also said he thought the Pac-10 had done a good job in its review of Saturday’s game but said that he thinks there needs to be more vigilance about helmet-to-helmet contact.

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