Keenan Allen ruled out for Friday, may miss remainder of season

With a knee injury that is keeping him out of Friday's game against Washington, junior wide receiver Keenan Allen could be waving goodbye to his Cal career.
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With a knee injury that is keeping him out of Friday's game against Washington, junior wide receiver Keenan Allen could be waving goodbye to his Cal career.

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Cal wide receiver Keenan Allen has been officially ruled out for Friday’s game against Washington with an injury to his left knee. Allen apparently injured his left PCL during an onside kick against Utah last week, and will be sidelined for 2-3 weeks.

Though Cal likely only has three weeks left in its season, head coach Jeff Tedford isn’t ruling out a return to the field this year for Allen

“Keenan won’t play against Washington,” Tedford said in a statement. “We’ll continue to evaluate him on a weekly basis.”

Allen is able to walk normally but can’t run routes. He broke Cal’s all-time record for receptions last week against the Utes. The junior is expected to declare for the NFL draft after the conclusion of the season.

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  • Guest

    Perhaps now we can bench Maynard

  • Tony

    Why the hell was he in the game with 1 minute left down 22 points Tedford? Another great coaching move. Time to go.

  • alex

    two highlights of this season: beating UCLA at home, and making it really damn close for Ohio St. Everything else has been pretty depressing