Scott Suggs To Redshirt Senior Season Due To Toe Injury

Senior co-captain Scott Suggs has decided to redshirt his senior season due to an unfortunate toe injury.

According to The Seattle Times' Percy Allen, Washington Huskies co-captain Scott Suggs has decided to redshirt his senior season and return next year due to an unfortunate toe injury has cut his 2011-12 season short. 

Suggs underwent surgery back on Oct. 14 in which a pin was placed in his right foot to repair the fifth metatarsal (pinky toe), and was originally given a 8-12 week window for recovery. Suggs felt that the significant chunk of time off would essentially be the majority of his season, and wants to play a full schedule as a fifth-year senior in 2012-13 instead. 

The 6-foot-6 guard was the third-leading returning scorer for the Huskies heading into the season, bringing his ridiculous 45% 3-point shooting from last season along with an average of 7.4 points per in 31 games last season. Suggs hasn't played at all for UW this season. 

For more on Husky Basketball, head on over to UW Dawg Pound to get in on the action.  

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