Arizona State head coach Todd Graham spoke to the media on Monday and announced that quarterback Brady White is done for the year with a foot injury sustained in the team’s win over UCLA on Saturday.
During the conference, Todd Graham did not specify on what exactly was torn or broke but it was determined he will need “10-12 months to recover”. Brady White went down in the 4th quarter and was later replaced by freshman quarterback Dillion Sterling-Cole. White ended the game throwing 19/36 with 179 passing yards and 1 touchdown and 1 interception.
Arizona State is growing ever-so thin at quarterback as starter Manny Wilkins is recovering from an ankle injury that kept him out of Saturday’s game. The Arizona State staff are expecting Wilkins to play on Saturday but it will be up to Wilkins and his health. If Wilkins is not able to go the team will have to turn to true-freshman Dillion Sterling-Cole this week as the team travels to Boulder, Colorado and take on the striding Colorado Buffaloes.
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