Whether Anu Solomon will get the opportunity to bounce back from a rough outing in Arizona’s first loss of the season remains up in the air.
On UA’s official injury report released Thursday afternoon, the Wildcats quarterback is listed as questionable for Saturday night’s game against surging Stanford. Solomon sustained a concussion in the 26-point loss to UCLA in Week 4, although earlier in the week he had been listed as day-to-day with the head injury.
In that 56-30 loss, Solomon was injured at the end of a 12-yard second-quarter run and did not return. Prior to sustaining the injury, Solomon had been held to 55 yards on 4-of-10 passing. Most damaging, though, were two fumbles credited to Solomon that were recovered by the Bruins and converted into 14 points.
If Solomon is a no-go against Stanford, he’d be replaced by Jerrard Randall. While the senior ran for 128 yards and a touchdown after replacing the injured Solomon, Randall was just 4-of-16 passing for 45 yards, one touchdown and an interception.