Concussion leaves Arizona QB Anu Solomon questionable

During last Saturday’s game against UCLA, Arizona quarterback Anu Solomon went down with a head injury early on in the game. He left the game with a concussion and it seems like he is still dealing with those symptoms.

According to College Football Talk, Solomon is still listed as questionable for Saturday night’s game against the Stanford Cardinal. The Wildcats released their injury report Thursday and Solomon’s name was at the top of the list.

Prior to leaving the game, Solomon was just 4-10 passing with only 55 yards. He also lost two fumbles, both that led to scores for the Bruins, and he only helped generated 14 points for his team.

Jerrard Randall came into the game in Solomon’s absence and did a decent job running the ball. He had 128 yards and a touchdown, but was held to only 45 yards passing with a touchdown and an interception as the Wildcats fell 56-30.

The game begins at 10:30 p.m. and can be seen on the PAC-12 Network.

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