The news wasn't all good following Washington's 41-17 victory over California on Saturday night.
UW coach Steve Sarkisian said afterward that junior receiver Kasen Williams is probably lost for the season after breaking a bone in his left foot when he landed awkwardly trying to catch a pass during Saturday's second quarter.
Williams was taken to Harborview Medical Center, but had already returned home by the time Sarkisian addressed the media.
"We know there’s a break and a dislocation in his foot, so he’s going to be out quite some time," Sarkisian said. "Obviously our thoughts and prayers are with Kasen. He’s a great kid. He’s already home. I know the guys are all headed over there to see him.
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"... Stuff like that unfortunately happens in our game. That’s part of it and we’ll take care of him physically and mentally and get him back and he’ll be a great player for us in the future."
If Williams is indeed done for the year, he finishes with 29 catches for 421 yards and a touchdown.