UCLA running back Jordon James will miss his fourth game of the season Saturday as the Bruins travel to Tucson to play the Arizona Wildcats, being hampered by his ankle injury once more.
The game-time decision was confirmed by head coach Jim Mora on ESPN’s College Gameday show. Paul Perkins will get the start in his place.
James returned briefly in last Saturday’s 45-23 win against the Colorado Buffaloes, and gained just eight yards on six carries after averaging 140 yards/game through the first three games of the season.
His 471 yards rushing still leads the team. Quarterback Brett Hundley has 431 yards, while Perkins has 334.
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