One of the few bright spots in an adversity-filled campaign for Colorado — wideout Jordyn Tyson — is done for the year.

On Sunday night, interim head coach Mike Sanford revealed to reporters the true freshman receiver had suffered a “lower leg injury” in the fourth quarter of Colorado’s 49-10 loss to Oregon.

“It’s confirmed that it’s going to be a season-ending injury for Jordan,” Sanford said. “It’s really, really disappointing. He played some fantastic football in that (Oregon) game.

“The future is very bright for him and we expect him to make a full recovery. … Certainly nothing out of the norm with regards to football. But at this point we’re putting everything in place just to make sure that he and his family, the travel logistics of all of it, are taken care of. It’s great his family was here to support him and we, as a staff and a medical staff, I think we’re here to really put everything in place to make sure that he has the best possible care.”

Tyson caught five passes for 137 yards in the loss to the Ducks, highlighted by an 81-yard touchdown that saw him get in behind the defense. The 6-foot-2 wideout suffered the injury early in the fourth after getting hit low while attempting to make a catch over the middle. He was helped off the field after.

An Allen, Texas native, Tyson finishes his debut season with 22 receptions for 470 yards and four scores. In each category, he’s the Buffs’ leading receiver. According to BuffZone’s Brian Howell, Tyson’s 21.4 yards-per-catch clip is the third-best single-season average in CU history among receivers who caught at least 20 balls.

The Buffs face USC Friday night at 6:30 p.m. PT on FS1.