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Doba: Don't overlook 'Zona

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BILL DOBA said the Cougar Nation may be looking past Arizona but he's expecting a battle royale. The injury situation goes beyond the names on the Medical Report while several Cougs are still set to return to action and/or play Saturday. There are far reaching ripple effects from Michael Willis' move to receiver, including what it might mean for Xavier Hicks, Christian Bass and Michael Bumpus.

Willis' move put into context, with two key points emerging THE MOVE TO WIDE RECEIVER for Michael Willis (6-0, 213) was first talked about among the Cougar staff back in fall camp, said Bill Doba. The catalyst this week was an injury that makes his shoulder prone to popping out of joint. Willis, a ferocious hitter, hasn't looked like Willis lately and has been favoring the shoulder, said...

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