The Buzz of Seattle yesterday–and all of College Football–was the news that Jake was returning to the University of Washington Huskies for his senior year of football rather than enter the NFL draft. While there was much speculation to what decision he would make and a lot of opinions, Jake made the decision for himself….a decision that Husky Nation won’t soon forget.
A lot of links to choose from after a great day for Jake and the Huskies:
Jake’s dad, Scott Locker, chatted with KJR on Monday. You can find the audio to that interview here. If you want to read about it, the Sporting News has a relatively thorough synopsis of the interview.
Some great news regarding ticket sales for next season since Jake’s announcement: they are doing well.
Here are some notes to what Coach Sarkisian’s take on the situation is. A quick summary: happy.
Ted Miller of ESPN.com looks at the 2010 returning quarterbacks in the Pac 10 and likes what he sees.
Also looking towards the future, the Draft Dish says that Locker’s decision was the right one for his future NFL success.
Dave Boling of the News Tribune has a few thoughts on Jake’s decision, including one that money doesn’t always make up or trump life’s ambitions.
And, an opinion from blogger John Berkowitz at UW Dawg Pound.