Colorado basketball coach Tad Boyle said the status of freshman center Josh Scott had not changed Monday two days after Scott suffered a concussion in a loss to Arizona State.
Boyle said he had no time line for when Scott would return. The Buffs don't play again until Thursday night when they host Utah (8:05 p.m., Pac-12 Network) at the Coors Events Center. It's possible that Scott could be ready for the game. If not, Shane Harris-Tunks will be asked to fill the void at center.
"Josh is going to be OK," Boyle told reporters. "We don't really know anything more today than we knew after the game but he's going to be fine."
Scott was knocked to the floor by ASU center Jordan Bachynski, who also fell to the floor why Scott was trying to guard him. Scott took an elbow to the head from Bachynski and had to be helped off the court.
The Buffs met Monday to lift weights and shoot around. After the ASU game, one which Boyle called the most physical he has ever been a part of, he thought it was best to give his players some rest and time to heal up. CU will return to a normal practice regimen Tuesday.