Oregon guard Carson York is out for the season
The Ducks lineman needs surgery on a broken right knee cap.
Today they have neither.
After confirming that Boyett would miss the rest of the season after tearing the patellar tendon in both his knees, York confirmed on Monday afternoon that he would miss the rest of the season as well.
York said he'll have surgery on Tuesday to repair a broken kneecap in his right knee. It's the same knee York injured during Oregon's Rose Bowl victory over
York started 36 games for the Ducks since 2009. He was listed on both the Lombardi Award and Outland Trophy watch lists for 2012.
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