Posted by ESPN.com's Ted Miller
Most of these are based on various news reports.
Offensive guard Mike Diaz didn't play against Stanford because of the flu, and end Brooks Reed (ankle) and receiver Bug Wright (knee) only saw spot action. All three should be available against UCLA.
Running back Dimitri Nance sprained his knee against Washington. Offensive guard Matt Hustad (knee) should be available for the Stanford game. C/OG Garth Gerhart (toe) and cornerback Omar Bolden (knee) are questionable.
Cornerback Syd’Quan Thompson sat out the second half of the UCLA game with a hip pointer but he is expected to be able to practice this week. Kicker Vince D’Amato is questionable with a sprained shoulder.
Backup running back Ryan McCants (knee) may be available for the first time this season.
Quarterback Jeremiah Masoli (knee) and safety T.J. Ward (ankle) are questionable for Washington, though Masoli is less questionable than Ward.
Toby Gerhart is questionable after spraining his ankle late against Arizona. Defensive end Erik Lorig (groin), linebacker Alex Debniak (knee) and safety Delano Howell (quad) also are questionable.
Offensive guard Eddie Williams is expected to be out four weeks with a fractured left ankle. Guard Stan Hasiak (ankle) is questionable for the visit to Arizona. Cornerback Aaron Hester, who's been out with a fractured fibula, is expected to return this week.
Defensive tackle Christian Tupou (knee) saw only a few plays at Notre Dame and is questionable for Oregon State. Fullback Stanley Havili (shoulder) is also questionable as is offensive guard Alex Parson.
Running back Chris Polk continues to try to play through a shoulder injury. Defensive tackle Cameron Elisara aggravated a recurring stinger at Arizona State.
The Cougars hope to get guards B.J. Guerra (knee) and Zack Williams (ankle) back this week. Tackle Steven Ayers (ankle) is questionable, as are defensive tackle Bernard Wolfgramm (hip) and linebacker Alex Hoffman-Ellis (staph infection).