Utah vs. Oregon Injuries

2015 College Football Week 4 Odds & Injury Report: Utah vs. Oregon

Both No. 13 Oregon and No. 18 Utah are dealing with banged-up quarterbacks heading into Saturday’s game. Will either not be able to play?

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According to oddsmakers at GTBets, Oregon is currently favored to win this game, as the Ducks are getting odds of -11 points against the Utes. The over/under total for the game is listed at 66.5 points. These two will meet on Saturday night at 8:30PM ET on FOX.

The injuries for Oregon focus on quarterback Vernon Adams Jr., who is dealing with a finger injury suffered in the opener against Eastern Washington. While he played in the loss to Michigan State, he sat out last week’s game against Georgia State. Jeff Lockie played in his place and threw for 228 yards and two touchdowns. Adams has thrown for 555 yards and three scores while rushing for 100 yards and another touchdown so far on the season. He is listed as questionable for Saturday’s game.

Utah quarterback Travis Wilson is also questionable to play as he has a shoulder injury. Wilson played in the first game before getting hurt in the second contest against Utah State. He missed last week’s game as well and has 286 passing yards and no touchdowns to go with 100 rushing yards and two scores thus far on the season. If he can’t play, Kendal Thompson steps in. Thompson has 215 passing yards and 54 rushing yards in his time on the field.

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