Man, what a glorious Sunday here in Seattle — maybe the best of the year so far. Fitting, I guess, that spring football is now over everywhere throughout the Pac-12.
Here are a few links wrapping things up. …
— Times columnist Steve Kelley focused on the QB battle from the spring game and concluded that life after Jake Locker may not be so bad.
— Here’s my story, looking a little more at the whole team. This story also includes all the offensive stats, which I think I forgot to pass along in total on Saturday. You can also find all the stats here.
— Here also is my wrapup of the locals taken in the draft on the final day.
— UW news side reporter Katherine Long looks at what the school’s new president may make and compares that to some other high salaries on campus (inevitably many in athletics). Included is this chart.
— I planned to post a bunch of links for the other spring games around the conference, but ESPN.com’s Ted Miller already did it. That should fill all your needs for Oregon, OSU and Cal.
— One to highlight there, though, is that it appears Zach Maynard is in the lead for the QB job at Cal.
— Also concluding spring drills is UW’s first opponent next year, Eastern Washington. The spring game focus was on the backup QB battle. Former Husky Demitrius Bronson had 10 yards on seven carries while Andru Pulu had four tackles and a sack.
— Here’s some good insight into how Mason Foster may be used in Tampa Bay.
— Finally, CoachSark’s site has a video of highlights from spring ball.