Arizona injury report: Matt Scott probable to play against Utahby Anthony Gimino on Nov. 15, 2012, under Arizona football, Sports
Arizona Wildcats quarterback Matt Scott is listed as probable on the team’s injury report, released Thursday afternoon.
Scott missed last Saturday’s home game against Colorado because of a concussion suffered a week earlier at UCLA. His replacement, B.J. Denker, was efficient in the 56-31 victory over the Buffaloes.
Utah’s defense, which allows 23.2 points and 346.3 yards per game, is much more stout than Colorado’s, though.
Elsewhere on the injury report:
–Fullback/defensive end Taimi Tutogi, who has missed the past two games because of a neck injury suffered in practice, is probable.
–Safety Jourdon Grandon, who missed last week’s game because of a concussion, is probable.
–Offensive guard Chris Putton is still doubtful because of a concussion. He missed last week’s game. True freshman Cayman Bundage started in his place, and UA rotated him, Trace Biskin and Shane Zink at the guard spots.
-–Linebacker Hank Hobson is out. He suffered a neck injury at UCLA on Nov. 3 and was hospitalized in Los Angeles overnight.
–Backup true freshman safety Wayne Capers, also a special teams players, is out because of illness.
Arizona is likely to seek a medical hardship for wide receiver Terrence Miller, who has played in only four games and is out because of an ankle injury.
Click the link for Arizona’s full list of games lost to injury