The Arizona Athletics Department has announced that sophomore guard Rawle Alkins had a successful surgery to repair a broken bone in his foot.
According to Arizona Athletics:
Arizona sophomore guard Rawle Alkins had successful surgery Wednesday to repair a fractured bone in his right foot. Alkins suffered the injury while participating in voluntary activities with his teammates Tuesday afternoon. The estimated timeframe for his return is approximately eight to 12 weeks.
— Rawle Alkins (@Iam_RawleAlkins) September 28, 2017
The timeline puts Alkins out for Arizona's non-conference schedule, and a return around mid-December if he is out the full 12 weeks. This, coming a day after the FBI announced it's fraud and bribery investigation in to 4 NCAA assistant coaches, including Arizona's Emanuel "Book" Richardson.
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