Arizona quarterback Matt Scott, who suffered a concussion at UCLA last Saturday, is without helmet and pads on the sidelines just before the kick-off of the Wildcats' game against Colorado at Arizona Stadium, Saturday November 10.

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Arizona Wildcats quarterback Matt Scott participated in tonight's practice on campus, providing some hope that he’ll start Saturday against Utah.

Scott is “progressing very well,” first-year coach Rich Rodriguez said tonight. 

Scott was knocked from the Wildcats Nov. 3 loss at UCLA with a concussion; Rodriguez has since been mum about his chances of playing against the Utes. If Scott is unable to go, B.J. Denker — who took every snap in last weekend’s game against Colorado — would start under center. Arizona (6-4 overall, 3-4 Pac-12) can improve its bowl standing with a win at Rice-Eccles Stadium. The Utes (4-6, 2-5) must win out to become bowl-eligible. 

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