College Football Injury Report: Storm Woods suffers sprained knee

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Oregon State was hit with a major injury when running back Storm Woods suffered a sprained knee in a win over BYU on Saturday.

Oregon State had a major scare when running back Storm Woods went down in the third quarter of the Beavers' win over BYU on Saturday.

Woods had 11 carries for 58 yards and a rushing touchdown before leaving the game with a sprained left knee, according to Oregon Live:

"It's OK, a little bruised up, but it feels way better than when I got hurt,'' said Woods, who will have an MRI early next week.

Washington's Austin Seferian-Jenkins returned and had five catches for a team-high 83 yards in the Washington Huskies' loss to USC Trojans. The tight end sat out the second half last week against Oregon with an ankle injury.

In its loss to California on Saturday, Washington State's leading wide receiver, Marquess Wilson, was knocked out of the game late in the first half with a head injury after a helmet-to-helmet hit. Wilson hauled in four passes for 87 yards before exiting the game and did not return. Freshman running back Teondray Caldwell also suffered a head injury and remained on the sidelines after leaving the contest.

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