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Bruins’ third-leading receiver could miss rest of regular season

Devin Lucien, Stanley Jean-Baptiste AP

One of UCLA’s most promising young receivers could be sidelined until the postseason thanks to an injury incurred in the Bruins’ win yesterday evening.

In the first quarter of the game against Colorado, Devin Lucien went down with what was later diagnosed as a broken clavicle.  He did not return to the game, obviously, and could miss at least six weeks because of the injury or as many as eight.

Such a timeline means the Bruins likely won’t see the redshirt freshman until the middle of November at the earliest.

Lucien is third on the team in receiving yards with 18, while he’s one of eight Bruin players with at least 10 receptions on the season.

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1 Response to “Bruins’ third-leading receiver could miss rest of regular season”
  1. billmead1976 says: Oct 1, 2012 1:25 AM

    “Lucien is third on the team in receiving yards with 18, while he’s one of eight Bruin players with at least 10 receptions on the season.”

    I don’t think they are going to miss those 18 yards to much. 1.8 yards per catch?

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