SEATTLE (AP) -Washington coach Tyrone Willingham says injured quarterback Jake Locker is likely out for the rest of the season.
Locker broke his right thumb against Stanford on Sept. 27. For weeks, Willingham left open the possibility Locker could return, but Monday said the quarterback won't play against Washington State in the Apple Cup on Saturday and is likely out against California on Dec. 6.
Locker had surgery last Friday to remove stabilizing plates from his thumb.
The Huskies (0-10) are the only winless team in the country.

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