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March 30, 2010 at 10:26 PM

Tuesday night links, including video of today’s practice

First off, here’s some video of today’s practice taken by Times multimedia producer Genevieve Alvarez. You can get a look at what the weather was like out there today — pretty darn blustery — as well as each of the team’s three quarterbacks, including Nick Montana.
— Also tonight, Steve Sarkisian is reviving his daily top five, reviewing each day’s practice, and has Anthony Boyles as the player of the day. That reminds me that I forgot to mention earlier a nice interception Boyles had of a Keith Price pass where he jumped a comeback route by Luther Leonard and made a nice, diving catch of the ball. A good start to what looms as a pretty critical spring for Boyles to make his mark on the team as he enters his sophomore year at a new position.
— Former UW QB Brock Huard was also out at practice today and has these observations at the MyNorthwest.com web site (and showing that great minds think alike Brock also described the conditions as “blustery.”) Huard has some particularly good observations on the three quarterbacks while noting his concern about the size of the offensive line and the depth on the defensive front.
— The Associated Press wrote from today’s practice that Jake Locker is happy with his decision to stay.
— GoHuskies.com has its own Locker story as well as some video.
Nick Daschel of Buster Sports looks at Pac-10’s safeties heading into spring and rates UW in the “questionable” category.
All for now.

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