Oregon's Josh Huff leaves game with apparent right leg injury

Steve Dykes

The Ducks' leading receiver took a nasty hit, and his return does not look likely.

Edit: Huff returned at the start of the second half and caught a 65-yard touchdown on Oregon's first offensive possession.

Oregon wide receiver Josh Huff has left the Ducks' game against Washington after taking a big hit in the second quarter. Huff got hit high and low by Washington defenders coming from opposite sides, and it looks as if his right leg took the worst of it. He had to be carried off the field, and appeared to be in significant pain on the sidelines while the trainers and medical staff looked at him. He has since been carted off the field and into the locker room, and his return doesn't look terribly likely.

If Huff can't go for the rest of the game, it will be a huge loss for the Ducks. He is their leading receiver so far in 2013, but he had yet to really make in impact so far against the Huskies. It looks like this game will be more competitive than recent contests between the two rivals, so that's generally the type of game where you want to have your leading receiver.

Oregon is already without star running back De'Anthony Thomas due to injury and tight end Colt Lyerla, who left the school this week.

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