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Huskies Standout Receiver Leaves In Second Quarter
Release: 09/28/2002
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Sept 28, 2002

SEATTLE (AP) - Washington receiver Reggie Williams left the Huskies' game against Idaho on Saturday with a sprained left knee after colliding with two defenders early in the second quarter.

Tests were planned at halftime to determine the extent of the injury.

Williams, one of the nation's top wideouts, caught a crossing pass from Cody Pickett for a 5-yard gain to the Idaho 3-yard line. He stayed down for several minutes, then was helped off the field by trainers.

In three games this season, Williams has averaged 18.4 yards a reception. He had 55 catches for 973 yards last season, sharing Pacific-10 freshman of the year honors with Stanford receiver Teyo Johnson.

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