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November 3, 2009 at 7:32 PM

Sarkisian says Locker “better today than yesterday”

Jake Locker was an obvious hot topic at the beginning of Steve Sarkisian’s radio show tonight, so figured I’d pass along quickly what he said.
Sarkisian said that Locker “looked better today than yesterday” and that he is “optimistic” that Locker will be able to play Saturday against UCLA.
However, he said again no decision has been made and that he will need to see how Locker makes it through the week.
Locker took part in practice today and Sarkisian said Locker was able to handle what the team asked him to do, but he noted that “we didn’t ask him to move around a whole lot.”
He said a key will be “how he looks tomorrow.” He said again that “I don’t want to put him out there and cause further injury down the road.”
He said Locker is in rehab sessions three times a day.
“We’re very optimistic,” Sarkisian said. “He’s getting better every day.”
I’ll have more from the coaches show later.

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