Washington's Jarreau to miss season with knee injury
Washington forward Jernard Jarreau will miss the remainder of the year with a torn ACL.
The injury occurred during the Huskies' home opener against Seattle on Sunday.
The 6-10 sophomore was Washington's starting power forward against Seattle and isn't the only Huskies' frontcourt player on the mend. Junior Desmond Simmons underwent knee surgery last week and will be out until late December.
With two key frontcourt contributors out, look for Lorenzo Romar to use smaller lineups with multiple guards on the floor at the same time. This should mean an increased role for newcomers Mike Anderson and Darin Johnson, both of whom had strong debuts for Washington against Seattle.
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