If you're a Washington Huskies fan, this probably just ruined your day.
Star wide receiver Chico McClatcher, who missed most of the 2017 season with left leg injuries, has stepped away from the team in order to work through personal issues.
McClatcher did not travel with the Huskies to their matchup at California, and it is uncertain at this point when or if he will return to the team this season.
Washington WR Chico McClatcher steps away from the team for personal reasons: https://t.co/bBDR4rLAqR— Adam Jude (@A_Jude) October 27, 2018
"It's hard. It's a tough situation. I love that guy," head coach Chris Peterson said. "He is such a wonderful kid and a football guy. We all go through things and it is what it is. We do our best to support and we love these guys the best we can. But sometimes you have to go through it."
Playing sparingly this season while recovering from a torn ACL and a broken ankle, McClatcher has nine catches for 134 yards and four carries for seven yards in eight games.
In 2016, he led the Pac-12 with 18.5 yards per reception while posting 31 catches for 574 yards and six total touchdowns.
You just hope that it's nothing serious and that he can return to the field soon to light it up on the field for the Huskies.