UCLA offensive line thin going into matchup against Colorado

Gary A. Vasquez-US PRESSWIRE - Presswire

The UCLA Bruins offensive line is dealing with a few injuries that might leave the rotation a couple men short come Saturday.

The offensive line of the UCLA Bruins might be a bit thin going into this Saturday's contest against the Colorado Buffaloes, the LA Times is reporting.

Senior guard Jeff Baca missed practice on Tuesday because of a medical check up. Baca had complained of headaches and had a camera inserted through his right leg so doctors could check his blood vessels. The doctors say Baca will recover in a week, but he might be available on Saturday.

Junior guard Greg Capella missed last week's loss against the Oregon State Beavers and also didn't practice on Tuesday because of a concussion. It remains to be seen whether or not he will be available on Saturday.

UCLA is looking to atone for its first loss of the season against the Buffalos as they take to the road for the first time in nearly a month. UCLA opened the season on the road but then played Nebraska, Houston and Oregon State all at home in the Rose Bowl.

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