Arizona QB Solomon out for Saturday's game vs. Arizona State

BY Bruce Feldman • November 21, 2015

Arizona, which has been ravaged by injuries this season, is without star QB Anu Solomon Saturday at archrival Arizona State.

Solomon (18 TD passes, 4 interceptions) was not able to practice all week because of concussion issues. Senior Jerrard Randall, a more dynamic runner, got the start against the aggressive Sun Devils.

The 6-1, 195-pound Randall has completed 53 percent of his passes and has five TD passes and three INTs. He only completed one pass last week, but it was a 25-yard TD to beat No. 10 Utah in double overtime after Solomon sustained the concussion on a helmet-to-helmet hit in the fourth quarter.

The Cats, 6-5, have started 42 different players this season and have lost five middle linebackers this season due to injury.



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