Morning Links: 24-Hour Rule
The Huskies and coach Steve Sarkisian have a 24-hour rule in place after each game. No matter the result, the team is able to enjoy or stew on a win/loss for one day, and then they must move on. This is especially the case coming after a loss to Nebraska, and no one embodies this mantra more than Jake Locker.
The senior QB is not going to let a sub-par game consume him. This is what he told the assembled media on Tuesday morning, and he hammered home the point again and again. And why should he worry? The Huskies have 9 (and potentially 10) games remaining this season.
"Obviously you think about it right after and watch the film and see what you can learn from," Locker said to the Seattle Times. "But if you dwell on it, it's going to continue to beat you. The most important thing is coming out here and working hard, having fun, enjoying this game and looking forward to our next opportunity to go out and play.
Locker shrugs off critics, looks forward - Tacoma News-Tribune
Locker puts bad outing behind him - Everett Herald
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