Arizona Wildcats center Kyle Quinn and safety Jared Tevis will continue to work toward recovery in preparation for Saturday's game against the Stanford Cardinal. While coach Rich Rodriguez was not open about each players' status, he acknowledged that the injuries could greatly hurt the Wildcats, according to Ryan Finley of the Arizona Daily Star.
"We have some guys that are beat up, are banged up ... we'll see what happens with them throughout the course of the week, and you'll get the report on Thursday," Rodriguez said. "We're not a deep team; we're not really experienced at a lot of positions."
The injury to Tevis, the Wildcats' bandit safety, occurred in the first half. Defending a pass in the left corner of the end zone, Tevis came down on his ankle, twisting it nearly 90 degrees. Rodriguez shut Tevis down after the safety attempted to return but struggled to push off his foot during one defensive series.
Freshman Patrick Onwuasor replaced Tevis on Saturday.