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Pac-12 Championship Game: Arizona comes in healthiest it's been all year

Only two names on this week's official injury report.

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The Arizona Wildcats have been dealing with their fair share of injuries all season long, but it appears the team is going to be as healthy as it has been all year heading into the biggest game in the history of the program.

Here's a look at what the school's official injury report says.

PROBABLE: Long snapper Chase Gorham (abdominal strain)

OUT: Linebacker DeAndre' Miller (shoulder)

The fact that there are only two names on here is sort of amazing considering that Arizona has played a game in six-straight weeks heading into the Oregon rematch.

Miller has been out for a long time now, and Gorham has missed several weeks in a row, but backup Jose Romero has done a great job of filling in. Only guess on why Miller hasn't been listed as season-ending is that it was some sort of situation where he can still be back in time for the postseason game Arizona will find itself in.

Last week, Anu Solomon's status was uncertain heading into the game, but he showed that the ankle wasn't bothering him too much throughout the contest vs. ASU.

"He's a tough son of a gun," Mickey Baucus said after last Friday's game. "He wasn't able to play last week, and I'm sure he was still feeling it today, but from the way he played and the way he was acting on the sidelines, you couldn't tell. That's just who Anu is."

One thing to keep an eye on is Cayleb Jones' hand. Rich Rodriguez brought it up it again this week, and it has been an issue for several weeks now, which may partially explain why Jones hasn't been quite as productive as he had been.