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Locker says staying was what was best for him

Locker says staying was what was best for him

A huge collective sigh of relief was exhaled by Husky nation early last month when Washington QB Jake Locker decided to end the speculation and return for his senior season of football. On Friday, Locker along with head coach Steve Sarkisian met the media for the first time and talked about the decision and why it was made so quickly...

"Like all decisions I make, I look at it like I want to make a decision that I'm not going to regret 30 years from now," Locker said to a room full of reporters and T.V. cameras. "I want to make a decision that I'm going to be able to live with because it's a big decision. If you make the wrong one, it will really wear on you. I knew that I hadn't done what I set out to do when I came here. I felt...

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