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Arizona’s Matt Scott downgraded to doubtful

Matt Scott, Cassius Marsh AP

Several shots to the head two Saturdays ago combined with what had been reported as a concussion this past weekend left Arizona’s Matt Scott questionable earlier this week for Saturday’s game against Colorado.

A day ahead of the game with the Buffs, the Arizona quarterback’s availability is even less likely.

In an injury report released Thursday, Scott was downgraded from questionable to doubtful by the football program.  It should be noted that UA has officially labeled Scott’s injury as a concussion.

If as it appears Scott is unable to go, junior college transfer B.J. Denker would get the start.  Denker has thrown 23 passes in his first season with the Wildcats.

In addition to Scott, two other starters —  safety Jourdon Grandon and offensive lineman Chris Putton — are listed as doubtful due to concussions.

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1 Response to “Arizona’s Matt Scott downgraded to doubtful”
  1. steincj36 says: Nov 9, 2012 7:42 PM

    Screw Rich Rod. Scott took a blow to the head against USC, couldn’t stand up, and then immediately puked on the 35 yd line. And he stayed in the game!!!

    Now he is questionable? Why? Because it’s CU Cream-Buffs?

    Putting a kid’s future in jeopardy like that is sickening.

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