Arizona Wildcats quarterback Matt Scott is listed as probable to play Saturday night at Utah, according to an injury report issued by the UA today.

Scott hasn't played since the third quarter of the UA's Nov. 3 loss at UCLA, when he suffered a concussion. B.J. Denker started under center last weekend, when the Wildcats routed Colorado at home. 

Scott has been the Pac-12's top-performing quarterback this season. In nine starts, the fifth-year senior has completed 242 of 386 passes for 2,848 yards and 20 touchdowns. He has been intercepted nine times, and run for 369 yards and four scores. 

With a win over the Utes, Arizona (6-4 overall, 3-4 Pac-12) can improve its bowl standing. The team is already bowl-eligible.

The UA's injury report is below:

Injury report

• Out: S Wayne Capers Jr. (illness), LB Hank Hobson (neck), DE Dominique Austin (foot, season-ending), WR Terrence Miller (foot, season-ending).

• Doubtful: OG Chris Putton (concussion)

• Questionable: None

• Probable: QB Matt Scott (concussion), S Jourdon Grandon (concussion), DE/FB Taimi Tutogi (neck).

The sports editor of the Arizona Daily Star.