Locker Hurt, Dawgs lose against Oregon State.

Andrew BlanchetteCorrespondent INovember 13, 2007

As the Washington Huskies dropped another division game against the Oregon State Beavers in Corvallis, OR, the minds of the Huskies fans were on something else: The sophomore, red shirted, star quarterback Jake Locker. Locker, who has been deamed the "Savior" of the football program at Washington, had been knocked out of the game in the second quarter after a helmet-on-helmet hit caused the 18-year old to be carted off on a strectcher, and brought to the nearest hospital. Huiskies coach Tyrone Willingham said that they would be in no rush to push Locker on to the field prematurely. He will most likely miss this week's game against California. 

 

 

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