Quarterback Josh John- son might miss today's game between the Mountain Lions and Virginia Destroyers in Virginia Beach, Va.
The 4 p.m. game will be broadcast nationally by CBS Sports Network. It also can be heard on KHTK (1140 AM).
Johnson is listed as day-to-day after suffering a knee contusion in the Mountain Lions' season-opening 24-20 loss to Omaha last week at Raley Field. If Johnson can't play, Jerrod Johnson probably will replace him.
Josh Johnson, who played four seasons in the NFL, completed 15 of 26 passes for 238 yards and two touchdowns in the season-opening loss. He also rushed for 35 yards, including a 24-yard burst on the Mountain Lions' first play.
The Destroyers also lost their season opener, 19-6 to the Las Vegas Locomotives.
Virginia is led by former NFL running back Dominic Rhodes.
Bee Sports staff
UCD golfers ranked No. 7
The UC Davis women's golf team, which has finished second twice in two tournaments and fourth in another, is ranked No. 7 by Golfstat, the school announced. It's UCD's highest placing ever.
Also, the Aggies' Demi Runas, who won the Golfweek Conference Challenge in Colorado last week for her third career title, was named the Big West Conference Women's Golfer of the Month for September.
Matt Hansen of the UCD men's team was selected as the Big West Golfer of the Month for September after winning two titles.
U.S. wild cards advance
Three American wild cards reached the quarterfinals of the $100,000 RelyAid Natomas Challenger at the Natomas Racquet Club.
No. 2 seed James Blake defeated Rik de Voest of South Africa 6-4, 6-4. Blake will meet Bradley Klahn, the 2010 NCAA singles champion from Stanford, at 4 p.m. today.
Klahn beat qualifier Greg Jones of Australia 3-6, 6-4, 6-3. Also, Daniel Kosakowski topped Michael McClune, another American, 4-6, 7-6 (5), 6-2.
Bee Sports staff
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