Jake Locker’s Decision To Return To Washington Isn’t Bad, but It Is Wrong

Posted by Bryan Kelly on December-14-2009 Add Comments

Among other things, law preaches the difference between something being "bad," i.e. morally or ethically harmful or reprehensible, and "wrong," i.e. logically inconsistent based on the available data.

With that in mind, let no man call Jake Locker's decision to stay at Washington for another year "bad."

It harms no one, and will likely assist the Washington Huskies to another year of improvement after losing every game in 2008. It will definitely help Locker progress as a quarterback in Coach Steve Sarkisian's pro-style system, which will aid him in the examination room when scouts test Locker on his decision-making skills.

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