BYU vs. UCLA Injury Report
No. 19 BYU is unbeaten, but the Cougars have been winning without their starting quarterback. Can that be enough when it takes on No. 10 UCLA this weekend?
According to oddsmakers at MyBookie, UCLA is currently favored to win, as the Bruins are getting odds of -17 points to win. The over/under total is currently listed at 60 points. These two will meet on Saturday night at 10:30PM ET on Fox Sports 1.
When it comes to the injuries for BYU, the big one is to quarterback Taysom Hill. He suffered a season-ending foot injury two weeks ago. Hill had thrown for 268 yards and a touchdown while rushing for 72 more yards and two scores before getting hurt. Hill was eager to get back after suffering a season-ending injury in 2014 as well. He was coming into 2014 with big expectations after thrown for 2,938 yards and 19 touchdowns in 2013 while rushing for 1,344 yards and 10 more touchdowns. Tanner Mangum has filled in since Hill got hurt. He has 420 passing yards with three touchdowns and two hail-mary victories.
UCLA comes in pretty healthy as the Bruins are only without defensive back Ishmael Adams and defensive lineman Eddie Vanderdoes. Adams was suspended prior to the start of the year due to an off-the-field incident and his return is unknown Vanderdoes is out for the rest of the season with an ACL tear. Vanderdoes had eight tackles with two tackles for loss this season and he started in 12 games last year.