Stanford starting WR Devon Cajuste doesn't make trip because of illness

PULLMAN, Wash. -- Stanford starting wide receiver Devon Cajuste didn't make the trip with the team for the No. 8 Cardinal's game at Washington State on Saturday night because of illness.

Cajuste, who has started six of seven games and is the fourth-leading receiver with 16 catches for 177 yards and two touchdowns, left practice early Wednesday because of the illness. His health, and the possibility that he might infect his teammates on the trip, contributed to the decision by coach David Shaw to leave him home.

Senior Rollins Stallworth and junior Francis Owusu, who made a highlight, no-look touchdown catch against UCLA two weeks ago, are the wideouts who will get the majority of Cajuste's snaps.