Junior center Enosch Wolf is out indefinitely with a concussion, the UConn athletic department announced Wednesday morning.
The 7-foot-1 center tweeted that the concussion, suffered during practice, is his third since last year. Wolf has played a total of 36 minutes in his two years at UConn. He’s expected to contribute on a frontcourt that is now down to Tyler Olander and true freshmen Phil Nolan and Leon Tolksdorf. UConn opens the season Nov. 9 versus Michigan State.
*One additional item of note: In today’s Connecticut Post, we have a story about former Husky A.J. Price, who is in line to become the starting point guard for the Washington Wizards (at least until John Wall returns from injury). The article, which originally ran in The Washington Post (or, as I call it, the “other” Post), documents the many obstacles — some self-inflicted, others just bad luck — Price has overcome. Pick up a paper and give it a read, will ya?