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Loss Of Patterson Thins Out Secondary

Patterson was fourth on the team in tackles.

Junior safety Avery Patterson had tears streaming down his face as he staggered to the Oregon locker room in the second half of Saturday's game. If that didn't say enough about his outlook for the remainder of the season, the crutches he hauled himself around with Monday did.

EUGENE, Ore.,-Oregon coaches don't discuss injuries, but in the past have said players will suit up unless they cannot fit into the pads or are unable to participate. The latter seems to be the case for Patterson. Defensive coordinator Nick Aliotti said Monday that they were getting thinner in the secondary. Patterson would definitely seem to be part of that thinning out. That process may see yet... Recommended Stories

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