The good news for Daniel Lasco: It sounds like he'll be playing very soon.
The bad news: It might not be in time for Saturday's game.
Sonny Dykes stated in his postgame practice that he anticipates Lasco (who strained his hip against San Diego State) will be available to play against Washington after not dressing against Texas, and that he also practiced Thursday night fully. But Dykes did say it would also be a game-time decision, so there is the chance that he might be held out if he's not 100%. Dykes did say that Lasco could play against Texas as well, so we'll have to wait and see.
Vic Enwere, Tre Watson and Khalfani Muhammad combined for over 250 yards against Texas, so they'll likely need to shoulder the load again.
As for the full injury report, Dykes isn't certain about starting defensive end DeVante Wilson (foot). Dykes stated that starting safety Damariay Drew (foot) will start. And Jared Goff isn't even mentioned at all, so he's clearly full go.
Sonny did note that Griffin Piatt is not ready to come back. Nor are Matt Rockett (week-to-week) and Jack Austin (probably not until after the bye week) at the wide receiver spot or linebacker Aisea Tongilava (out a month).
True freshman Jaylinn Hawkins will have shoulder surgery, so I wouldn't anticipate seeing him much this season.
For those wondering about injuries to starters for Washington, defensive back Budda Baker suffered an ankle injury against Utah State. His general replacement at safety was JoJo McIntosh. Two starting Washington offensive linemen also got hurt in left guard Jake Eldrenkamp and right guard Shane Brostek, but their replacements Kaleb McGary, Coleman Shelton and Jesse Sosebee were more than capable.
Thanks to Connor Letourneau of the San Francisco Chronicle and Adam Jude of the Seattle Times for gathering all information on those injuries.