SEATTLE (AP) — No. 12 Washington has lost another significant piece of its offense with freshman tight end Hunter Bryant expected to be out a significant period of time after suffering a leg injury in the victory over UCLA. Washington coach Chris Petersen says doctors are still determining the final diagnosis for Bryant's injury, but that he's expected to be out indefinitely. Petersen typically does not announce injuries unless the player is likely to miss the rest of the season.

SEATTLE (AP) — Everything is new at Washington for the 2017-18 season, beginning with the arrival of Mike Hopkins as head coach. After spending 22 seasons as an assistant at Syracuse and being the presumptive replacement for Jim Boeheim when he retired, Hopkins agreed to take on the rebuilding job at Washington. The Huskies fired coach Lorenzo Romar last spring.

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