Arizona vs. Colorado Final Injury Report: Wildcats Secondary Banged Up, Trevin Wade Questionable

If you're a fan of the Arizona Wildcats or Colorado Buffaloes, 2011 has not been a kind year to you. For Arizona, the program has suffered countless injuries to their defense and the offensive line has not given star quarterback Nick Foles any time to operate. Add on to the school firing their head coach of nearly nine years and it is easy to see why the frustration has built in Tucson

For the Buffaloes, the team remains in a transition period after the firing of Dan Hawkins. A program rich with football history, Colorado still does not have a win in Pac-12 play, though their best is probably this weekend against the Wildcats.

Here is the final injury report for Arizona:

CB Trevin Wade, leg, questionable
CB Shaquille Richardson, ankle, questionable
CB Cortez Johnson, concussion, probable

Imagine that: players in the Arizona secondary are hurt. The big loss here would obviously be All-Conference cornerback Trevin Wade, but most believe he will suit up on Saturday afternoon. The loss of Shaq Richardson would hurt in terms of depth, but he's not exactly irreplaceable.

For more on the game, check out Arizona Desert Swarm.

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