Austin, the junior wideout, had surgery on Monday to repair his torn up knee. The rehab process will begin immediately, and it's not just a physical process either. The process will be a mental one as well. This is a difficult injury for Austin to take. After all, he was out all of last season with a broken foot. He matured, he got better, and he was clearly Diondre Borel's go-to guy after Stanley Morrison went down with a broken foot late in the summer.
"The first thing we have to do is go hug him up," Utah State head coach Gary Andersen said. "We're going to have to make sure he's ok."