The Seattle Times’ college football section is included in Sunday’s paper, and if you live in or near the Seattle area I hope you get one of the print copies (at right is the picture that graces the front cover). There are some great graphics and layouts of the stories and merely seeing them on the net doesn’t do all that justice.
But everything is available on-line on the Times’ sports page. I’ll also link separately a few of the highlights:
— Here’s the main story on Jake Locker;
— Jerry Brewer’s column on how Locker’s return buoyed optimism for this season;
— Steve Kelley’s column looking at what it really takes to win the Heisman;
— A look at how UW plans to run its campaigns for Locker;
— A look at five things UW has to do for Locker to really have a chance at the award;
— A two-deep and roster analysis (which due to printing deadlines was done about a week ago so it doesn’t quite match how the lineups appeared today, which I detailed in the earlier entry);
— Five keys to UW’s season;
— A look at UW’s schedule with comments on each game;
— Bud Withers’ annual coaches’ survey;
— And our UW fans’ guide;
— Also in today’s paper is Kelley’s column on Jermaine Kearse and my story on UW beginning its preparation for BYU.
All for now.
August 29, 2010 at 12:08 AM
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