Arizona will be at full strength when they take the field on Saturday.
The Arizona Wildcats were torn apart by injuries in 2012, and it might have cost them a couple of games along the way. Fortunately for head coach Rich Rodriguez and his staff, UA should be healthy and ready to go when they play in the New Mexico Bowl on Saturday afternoon.
Arizona released their injury report on Thursday. It was short, with just four players making an appearance.
Star wide receiver Dan Buckner is listed as probable with an ankle injury. Buckner was second on the team in receptions (59), receiving yards (741) and touchdowns (5). Veteran lineman Dominique Austin is also probable with a foot ailment.
Tra'Mayne Bondurant is questionable with an ankle injury, although it seems likely that he will be able to play. The only player ruled out for the game is Hank Hobson, who has been out since suffering a scary neck injury against UCLA.
Arizona is set to kickoff with Nevada at 11 a.m. MT on Saturday, Dec. 15.