Huskies all-purpose threat out with sprained shoulder
SEATTLE -- Washington receiver Charles Frederick left Saturday's game against No. 5 USC with a sprained left shoulder and chest contusion. He was on the sidelines for the second half wearing street clothes.
Frederick had his left arm in a sling as he watched from the bench. He was taken up the tunnel at Husky Stadium late in the first half.
Frederick had four catches for 57 yards and returned a kickoff 24 yards against USC. In last weekend's 38-17 win at Oregon State he set a school record with 371 all-purpose yards, which included 216 yards receiving and an 86-yard punt return for a TD.
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