UW coach Tyrone Willingham had no update today on the health of quarterback Jake Locker.
Willingham said that the medical staff has seen the results of the Friday MRI test on his injured left leg -- which was initially diagnosed as a hamstring strain. But Willingham said that he hasn't seen the test results or asked about what they showed.
"I haven't looked at them," Willingham said. "They're not a big concern for me."
To a follow-up question -- really, the same question, phrased differently in hopes of a better result -- Willingham said: "We said it'd be day by day. He'll be ready pretty soon and away we go."
Willingham did quote Locker as saying that he will be ready to go tomorrow, but Willingham said "That's not accurate."
Finally asked if there isn't some benefit in the coach actually knowing his quarterback's medical status, Willingham said, "Our medical staff can manage that. They know. I haven't looked at it. I haven't asked them about it."
Meanwhile, Locker isn't the only Pac-10 quarterback whose medical results are in the news.
Here's an LA Daily News report on the dislocated kneecap suffered by USC starting quarterback Mark Sanchez.
And another on UCLA quarterback Ben Olson's return to action from his foot injury.