Nick Foles received treatment on his injured right knee Sunday, the first step in what the Arizona quarterback hopes is a quick recovery.
Foles appeared to dislocate his right kneecap with 14:01 remaining in the first half of Saturday's 24-7 win over Washington State, and did not return. Backup Matt Scott finished the game. Coach Mike Stoops offered few details following the UA's win, but said he hopes Foles can be back in a few weeks.
Foles and other Arizona injured players, reported to McKale Center on Sunday afternoon for treatment sessions designed to cut down on swelling and eliminate stiffness.
Stoops, whose team jumped two spots to No. 15 in The Associated Press poll, is expected to comment on Foles' injury during his weekly news conference at 11 this morning.