The UCLA Bruins are gearing up for an upcoming matchup against NC Central, and while they aim to secure victory on home turf, they are dealing with some injury concerns that could impact their game plan. Here’s the latest injury update on key Bruins players:
UCLA Week 3 Injury Update
Titus Mokiao-Atimalala (WR) – Probable
Wide receiver T. Mokiao-Atimalala is expected to be available for the game on Saturday. He’s been dealing with an undisclosed issue, but the good news is that he’s listed as probable. Having Mokiao-Atimalala on the field will bolster UCLA’s receiving corps and provide additional offensive options.
A. Kaho (LB) – Questionable
Linebacker A. Kaho’s status for Saturday’s game is questionable due to a leg injury. Whether he can take the field will depend on his recovery and readiness leading up to the matchup. Kaho’s presence on defense is significant, and his absence could impact the Bruins’ defensive schemes.
It’s worth noting that last week, the Bruins did not have any players listed with injuries. This suggests that the designations for Mokiao-Atimalala and Kaho may change as the week progresses and they continue their preparations for the game. The coaching staff will be closely monitoring their progress.
Injuries are a part of the game, and the Bruins coaching staff will be closely monitoring the progress of these key players as they prepare for the game against NC Central. The status of these players could change as the week progresses, so we will have updates for you right here at the LA Football Network.
Player status is per Covers.com as of Monday, Sept, 11.