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May 28, 2010 at 8:19 AM

Friday links — a day in the life of Jake Locker, and more

Man, just another ugly Seattle May day better suited for mid-November against the Trojans. …
— Fuel Football 2010, an online football magazine, has a feature on UW QB Jake Locker, essentially charting a day in his life during spring practice.
— CoachSark’s blog reports that the team did its spring testing yesterday. I know the next question is whether there are any results from this that can be passed along. I’ll see.
— ESPN.com’s Greg Biggins had a little item on Austin Sefarian-Jenkins yesterday in which he said he’s going to make his decision public on Sept. 29, his birthday. He also said he has five finalists — Texas, Florida, Washington, UCLA and LSU. He also said he was secetly a “soft commit” to UCLA for a while but now considers himself wide open among those five schools.
— ESPN.com’s Ted Miller looks at UW’s non-conference schedule and guesses that the Huskies are likely to go 2-1.
— Here’s another look at how Harvey Unga’s departure could impact BYU this season.
— By the way, some of you have asked for a blog that follows BYU well. Here’s a good one called Cougar Tracks that recently had this look at BYU’s running backs now that Unga is gone, and this set of notes looking at the pre-season picks for BYU (general consensus is it’s something of a rebuilding year) and more on the QB situation. (And another by the way — someone asked me for a post-spring BYU depth chart. I haven’t seen one anywhere but am happy to link it if anyone else has one. The last one I could find on their official web site appeared to have been updated most recently during the Jim McMahon era — okay, exaggerating a little, but not much).
All for now.

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