De'Anthony Thomas dressed but not playing against Washington
Oregon will have its dynamic running back available against Washington on Saturday.
Despite a report to the contrary from John Canzano of The Oregonian that he would play, Oregon running back De'Anthony Thomas has not appeared in today's game against Washington.
Thomas' status has been in doubt all week after his missed last week's game against Colorado with a sprained ankle. The week before against California Thomas was limited to duty on special teams and did not make an appearnace on offense.
When asked during the week if Thomas would be able to play against Washington the only thing Oregon coach Mark Helfrich would say was "we'll see."
Thomas has only 42 carries so far on the season, but he's made the most of them, picking up 338 rushing yards and six touchdowns. He's also caught three passes for 58 yards.
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