Arizona Vs. USC injury report: Johnny Jackson probable, Jared Tevis still questionable

Jason O. Watson

The Wildcats have a couple of key players whose status is up in the air for Saturday's game.

The Arizona Wildcats have released their injury report for this weekend's game with the No. 9 USC Trojans. There aren't many changes from last week's list, although a couple of guys have progressed well and may be able to suit up on Saturday.

The most notable change is slot receiver Johnny Jackson being moved from questionable to probable. Jackson, a former walk on, broke out against Stanford three weeks ago with 10 catches for 75 yards, although he has been out with an ankle problem since then. Defensive lineman Willie Mobley is also listed as probable for the game.

Starting offensive linemen Trace Biskin (toe) and Kyle Quinn (ankle) are both listed as questionable for the game. Either player playing would be big for the Wildcats up front. Starting safety Jared Tevis, who has been out since the Oregon State game with a high ankle sprain, is also listed as questionable. Tevis dressed out last weekend, but did not see any playing time against Washington.

Dominique Austin and Terrence Miller have both been ruled out.

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