Matt Scott injury: Arizona QB probable vs. Utah

Andrew Fielding-US PRESSWIRE

After sustaining a concussion two weeks ago, the Wildcats have listed quarterback Matt Scott probable for Saturday's key road trip to Utah.

The Arizona Wildcats announced senior quarterback Matt Scott would be probable for Saturday's game with Utah on their weekly injury report. Coach Rich Rodriguez did not disclose much information on Scott's status when he met with the media earlier in the week.

After missing last weekend's game with Colorado, it appears Scott feels strong enough to play in what will be one of the Wildcats' biggest games this year. Here is a look at the full injury report:

Probable
Taimi Tutogi (neck)
Matt Scott (concussion)
Jourdon Grandon (concussion)

Doubtful
Chris Putton (concussion)

Out
Dominique Austin (foot)
Wayne Capers (illness)
Hank Hobson (neck)

This week's injury report seems to be the shortest in months for UA. They've had to battle an unfathomable amount of injuries this season, which has led to walk-ons and true freshmen having to play a lot of snaps.

B.J. Denker will likely go through warmups as usual on Saturday night. If Scott were to go down with another injury, Denker, who had a promising debut as the starter against Colorado, would take over quarterback duties.

Kickoff from Salt Lake City, Utah, is set for 8 p.m. MT on Saturday, Nov. 17.

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