A reminder that the ESPN series “Three for the Show,” which documented the road to the NFL Draft of Jake Locker, Cam Newton and Tyrod Taylor, concludes tonight.
The last episode, part three, will be shown on ESPN at 5 p.m., so set your DVRs or watch it live. Below is a small clip of the show of Locker hearing the news of his selection by the Titans.
IN OTHER NEWS. …
— JCFootball.com reports that the Huskies are in the running for LB Robert Atiga of Snow College, who would be eligible to play in 2011 — he’s due to graduate later this month. He visited UW a couple weeks ago and also has visited Oregon State, his stated favorite, Utah and Arkansas. He’d obviously be added to the mix of LBs to compete in the fall. He states schools are looking at him primarily as a weakside linebacker, the spot where Mason Foster played for UW last season.
— For many fans, the main question about all the TV contract news is where and how they’ll be able to see the games. This story from Variety offers a good, concise report on what to expect, including that there could be four games a year on Thursday and Friday nights (and you may have noticed, in what could be a precursor to this, that USC and Colorado announced their game this year in Boulder will be played on a Friday night).
— Here’s a quick look at how the new TV deal will impact Utah, which ultimately may be the school to benefit the most from all of this.
All for now.