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December 9, 2009 at 7:33 AM

Wednesday links — Millen writes about Locker — and live chat at 11:30 a.m.

First, a notice that I’ll host a live chat at 11:30 a.m. to wrap up the season and look ahead to the off-season, or whatever else you want to talk about.
Now, on to some links. …
— We had a couple of good pieces in the paper today on UW football, including this story from former Husky QB Hugh Millen, who writes that the percentages say QBs who leave school early have less success than those who don’t, something Jake Locker should consider as he makes his decision. This is something he has said on-air a few times, but put it all in writing for us. He also compiled this chart of QBs who came out early and were taken in the first 15 picks of the draft.
— Times columnist Steve Kelley writes about a story that got overlooked in the immediate aftermath of Saturday’s game — that linebacker Trenton Tuiasosopo missed the game to stay with his ailing father in the hospital.
— There’s also my story wrapping up Steve Sarkisian’s end-of-season press conference, along with five questions for next year and the tentative 2010 schedule.
Nick Daschel hands out his end-of-season report cards and gives the Huskies a B-minus.
— ESPN.com’s Ted Miller has a wrapup of Washington’s season, naming Locker as Offensive MVP and Donald Butler as defensive MVP.
Jon Wilner reports that Stanford RB Toby Gerhart is apparently entering the NFL Draft — while listed as a senior, he had a year of eligibility remaining.
— Lots of Pac-10 links from Ken Goe including news of an RB who had committed to Oregon now going to TCU.
— Also, Sarkisian is due to be on KJR-AM this morning around 9 a.m.
All for now.

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