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College football: Huskies lose receiver for rest of the season

College football: Huskies lose receiver for rest of the season

Sixth-ranked Washington will be without starting wide receiver Chico McClatcher for the rest of the season after he broke his left ankle, taking away one of the most electric options in the Huskies’ offense.

Coach Chris Petersen said that McClatcher was consulting with doctors but that surgery would likely be necessary to repair the injury he suffered Saturday in a 37-10 victory over Colorado. McClatcher was the Huskies’ second-leading receiver with 10 receptions for 128 yards despite playing in only three of Washington’s four games. He has also been used in the running game and on kickoff returns.

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