Arizona State quarterback Taylor Kelly to miss UCLA game with foot injury

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TEMPE, Ariz. — Arizona State senior quarterback Taylor Kelly will miss the 15th-ranked Sun Devils’ next game with a right foot injury, though his status beyond that is uncertain.

Kelly was injured during Saturday’s game at Colorado and left on crutches, wearing a protective boot.

Senior Mike Bercovici will replace Kelly for Arizona State’s game against No. 12 UCLA on Sept.

25, but coach Todd Graham has said he will not update his quarterback’s status until after that game.

Kelly is a three-year starter at Arizona State and is the school’s all-time leader in completion percentage. He has thrown for 625 yards and six touchdowns in the Sun Devils’ first three games, all wins.

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