Quarterback Nick Foles visited a physical therapist to treat his injured knee when he flew home to Austin, Texas, earlier this week.

"He has a family therapist that he has visited before," coach Mike Stoops said Tuesday. "We have him evaluated properly and will do what's best for him."

Foles did not get a second opinion on the injury, Stoops said.

Foles suffered a dislocated right kneecap in the second quarter of Saturday's 24-7 win over Washington State. Foles, a junior who entered the game second in the nation in completion percentage, is expected to miss at least a few weeks.

Stoops ruled Foles out for Saturday's homecoming game against Washington, but did not address a timetable for Foles' return.

Ryan Finley