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February 26, 2011 at 12:21 PM

Saturday links

The NFL Combine dominates this edition. …

— Though first, I’ll link to a blog post from Percy Allen today talking about the possibility of Austin Seferian-Jenkins playing basketball as well as football. We discussed this a lot on the chat yesterday where my general take was this is pretty hard to pull off to much real success these days. I’d assume all UW fans hope the football team makes it to a bowl, which means Seferian-Jenkins wouldn’t take up hoops until January. And as as football scholarship athlete, he’d almost certainly have to still handle all off-season football responsibilities, as well. It’s been done, but it’s hard to do successfully for long. I think the stance of the football coaches on this is that they’ll wait until the football season is over and then assess it.

— Here’s another entry in Mason Foster’s draft diary for the National Football Post, this one previewing his participation in the NFL Combine this week.

Danny O’Neil previews Jake Locker’s big day at the Combine on Sunday (I haven’t seen an official schedule yet, but I’ve seen a few Tweets indicating that the QBs will do their work early).

— ESPN.com has three questions with Locker.

— CBSSports.com examines Locker’s future.

— NewYorkJets.com looks at Locker’s work with former Jets’ QB Ken O’Brien.

— The National Football Post also has lots of good stuff in its Combine notebook.

— Now that their team is in the Pac-12, Utah fans are going to pay a lot more for football tickets.

Ted Miller looks at who got and stopped explosive passing plays in the Pac-10 last season.

All for now.

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