SALT LAKE CITY -- Utah quarterback Jordan Wynn will have surgery on his left shoulder within the next 10 days and miss the remainder of the season.
The school announced the surgery Monday night.
Utah said last week that Wynn would be out at least two to three weeks because of the injury to his non-throwing shoulder from the first half against Washington.
Junior-college transfer Jon Hays started in Wynn's place Saturday against Arizona State and threw a touchdown pass but also was intercepted three times.
Wynn had surgery on his right shoulder in December and missed the Las Vegas Bowl, but started the first four games this year.
School officials said the decision to have the latest surgery was made after a series of tests Monday.