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September 26, 2006 at 10:27 AM

Arizona banged up

As this story here from the Arizona Daily Star points out, the Wildcats have their share of injuries heading into Saturday’s game against the Huskies.
The two key injuries are to QB Willie Tuitama and WR Syndric Steptoe. Steptoe is the team’s leading receiver with 17 catches for 206 yards.
Arizona coach Mike Stoops just addressed each of these injuries on the Pac-10 Conference call this morning and here’s what he said.
“Both of them I would say are probable,” Stoops said. “How much practice time they get is to be determined. Both sat out [Monday] but I would imagine that if not today that both players would be available by at least Wednesday.”
Tuitama suffered a calf bruise and Stoops said Steptoe suffered a muscle strain, though the story says bruise. Guess the important thing is that it’s a leg injury of some sort.

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