The Washington Huskies have decent news for Saturday's matchup against the Colorado Buffaloes. It's looking like one of their star wide receivers of the future suffered a decent injury, but it's not likely to keep him out TOO long. Kasen Williams injured his ankle against the Utah Utes and was in a walking boot afterward. Bob Condotta had further news on the extent of the Williams injury after Steve Sarkisian's presser, confirming it as a high ankle sprain.
Williams should give UW football another added dimension in the passing game, but even if Williams isn't ready to go Keith Price still has plenty of options to tear up the field, like Jermaine Kearse, Devin Aguilar, James Johnson and Austin Sefarian-Jenkins. All of them are catching more passes than Williams at this point and should be able to shoulder the load easily. The Colorado secondary doesn't have much left to defend against opposing Pac-12 offenses this season, with nearly half the depth chart suspended or injured. UW shouldn't be too concerned if he can't go.