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Washington vs. Utah Injury Report: Johri Fogerson Done For Season, Jesse Callier Limited In Practice

Washington Huskies running back Johri Fogerson is done for the season, according to the Tacoma News Tribune's Ryan Divish. Fogerson will receive knee surgery for an ailing injury.

It's not all bad news for the Huskeis. Divish also reports that the head coach Steve Sarkisian and the Huskies will try to get another year of eligibility for Fogerson due to his upcoming knee injury. That would allow the running back to return next year, hopefully with a healthy knee.

Running back Jesse Callier is also dealing with an injury. Callier was limited in Wednesday's practice, according to the Seattle Times' Bob Condotta. He hopes to play on Saturday, and the team will certainly need him with Fogerson gone.

Bishop Sankey could also see some touches on Saturday, according to Divish. The Huskies face Utah in an important Pac-12 game, and the team will need to overcome its recent turnover at running back to get the win.