UCLA football injury report: Coach’s mom on opposing star quarterback status for Week 9

UCLA football injury report: Coach’s mom on opposing star quarterback status for Week 9

The opposing pitcher has been out for several weeks.

After a 42-7 drubbing of the 2-5 Stanford Cardinal on Saturday night, the 5-2 UCLA Bruins will have their work cut out for them next week as they host the star-studded but struggling University of Colorado fight 4-3.
The Buffaloes are a program looking to win after a bye.
The main upside for the Bruins may be the continued mysterious absence of a key component of the Buffs’ defensive attack.

In a news conference following his team’s 46-43 overtime loss to Stanford on Oct.
13, Buffaloes coach Deion Sanders offered little insight when asked why defensive lineman Juwan Mitchell did not play.
Play when defeated.
“Ask [Juwan Mitchell] what happened to him.
“The next person.” Sanders said.
Of course, it sounds like the Buffs could use Mitchell’s services.
Because Colorado lost this game in unusual fashion after Stanford blew a 29-point halftime lead.

Mitchell was a key part of Colorado’s defense, recording 31 tackles (20 solo, 11 assisted) in September leading to the team’s Oct.
7-24 win over Arizona.
Sun Devils State University.
A time in October is not yet suitable.

Based on the tone and tenor of Sanders’ response to questions about Wilton Jackson Mitchell’s whereabouts, Sports Illustrated speculated that the 6’1”, 235-pound transfer from the University of Tennessee might be missing.
Maybe because of disciplinary problems.
The question is whether Colorado will increase its penalty rate to avoid a possible slide to a .500 record against a surging UCLA program.
Time will tell.


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