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Scooby, Scooby Doo, where are you?
Scooby Wright was not to be found on the field after the first quarter Thursday night. He was on the sideline using a cane to maneuver around gingerly on his injured left knee.
How long he’s out, nobody knows. The junior All-American linebacker underwent an MRI on the knee after the 42-32 struggle against Texas-San Antonio at Arizona Stadium.
RIchRod said he doesn't think Scooby Wright's injury is "a bad ACL" but doesn't want to speculate.
That development overshadowed everything Thursday night, including the Wildcats’ survival against the 31-point-underdog Roadrunners.
Wright’s absence deflated (sorry to use that term in a football story) the Wildcats while it gave the Roadrunners some hope. UTSA out-gained Arizona 525-392 in total yards.
UTSA QB Blake Bogenschutz said “i think it really made an impact when he went down.” about Scooby Wright.
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