PULLMAN, Wash. — Washington State star receiver River Cracraft tore his ACL in the 20th-ranked Cougars’ last game and is done for the season, according to published reports.
The senior caught three touchdown passes in the 56-21 win over California before he was injured early in the third quarter.
Washington State does not discuss injuries but The Seattle Times and The Spokesman-Review reported Monday that Cracraft tore the ACL in his left knee and that his college career is over. The newspapers quoted unnamed sources.
Numerous Washington State fans have tweeted support to Cracraft, and he tweeted thanks to fans “for the love and support you have given me and my family throughout my time here.”
This season he caught 53 passes for 701 yards and five touchdowns.
Cracraft has 218 career receptions, second in team history behind Gabe Marks.