"You guys ask the same questions every week and we keep saying the same things," senior defensive tackle David Carter said. "We are going to fix it."
As to what needed fixing, Carter said, "I don't know. If I knew, I'd fix it."
Arizona Wildcats quarterback Nick Foles returned to practice Monday after sitting out all of last week because of a knee injury suffered Oct. 16 at Washington State.
Earlier in the day, coach Mike Stoops said Foles was "questionable" for Saturday’s game at UCLA. The quarterback echoed that sentiment saying he was "day-to-day" … but whether he plays this week or not, it appears a major crisis has been avoided
"He’s disappointed," Neuheisel said. "But he’s a man about it. He’s understanding that this is all good in terms of starting his road to recovery. He’s been a valiant performer. He’s not played a lot of games healthy, but I admire the way he’s dealt with it—both the good and the bad—and look forward to having him back to full health when we get ready to go for Spring football."