Arizona Wildcats Injury Report: WRs Juron Criner, Austin Hill, Dan Buckner Banged Up

The Arizona Wildcats have three injured wide receivers in Austin Hill, Juron Criner and Dan Buckner. All are questionable for Saturday's game against the USC Trojans.

The Arizona Wildcats football team seems to have a propensity to get hurt. Doesn't matter how, but it seems like almost every game an Arizona player has to find his way off the field with the help of trainers. Ryan Finley of the Arizona Daily Star reports on all the injuries via his Twitter account.

  • Austin Hill suffered a concussion against the Oregon Ducks. It took him awhile to get moving during the game, then walked off on his own power to the locker room (although hardly in a convincing manner).
  • Juron Criner hurt his hand in the third quarter. Dan Buckner didn't play much against Oregon, and his injury is still undisclosed. All three receivers are questionable for Saturday's road test with the USC Trojans.
  • On the positive side, Safety Marquis Flowers is supposed to practice any day now, and should play on Saturday. Safety Adam Hall and linebacker Jake Fischer are also returning from injuries, but they're still doubtful to play on Saturday.

For more on Wildcats football, Arizona Desert Swarm is where to go.

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