Utah's prized freshman power forward may be forced to miss the matchup with Stanford.
Loveridge is suffering from headaches and will receive a concussion test on Saturday morning. At this point, not much is known or will be known until the results are known.
"We'll go from there," Larry Krystkowiak said. "We can't put him in harms way, so we have to know that he's going to be alright."
Loveridge - who is also battling the flu - hit his head early in Thursday's matchup against California, battling for a rebound. He complained of headaches following the 62-57 loss.
Loveridge has been one of the best freshmen in the Pac-12 Conference. He's started every game this season, and ranks as Utah's top inside-outside threat.
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