After falling and hitting his head during the Arizona State University game Saturday night, freshman guard Josh Scott’s condition was questionable.
On Monday, Head Coach Tad Boyle told CUBuffs.com that nothing has changed, and they are still trying to treat him day to day to see if he can play by Thursday, when the team takes on Utah at 7 p.m. at home.
Josh Scott, 40, is cheered off the court after obtaining a concussion during Saturday night’s game against the ASU Sundevils. (Haleigh Jacobson/CU Independent)
For now, it is unsure whether Scott will be joining his team on the court.
The game is important for the CU men’s team if they want to remain competitive in the Pac-12 .
Viable options to replace Scott are junior guard Shane Harris-Tunks and freshman guard Xavier Johnson.
Johnson also took a beating on Saturday, but his condition is unknown at this time.
Contact CU Independent Staff Writer Jillian Arja at Jillian.email@example.com.
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