Lee out

Malcolm Lee is likely out for both Pac-10 games this weekend, Ben Howland said at today’s press conference. Lee is going through rehab for a bruised bone, which was revealed in the MRI and is believed to be the source of his pain. Howland said Lee would travel with the team on its Oregon roadtrip.

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Cracks in Flournoy commitment?

For you late-nighters, here’s more from receiver DeVon Flournoy, a USC commit who will take his official recruiting trip to UCLA on Jan. 9. There have been rumors that Flournoy has been wavering on his commitment to USC, although he said it’s still solid.
“I realized you can’t go to school for what it has but rather how it can help you,” Flournoy said of the recruiting process. “Being a football player, you want to touch the ball as much as you can but get a degree that means something, too.”

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Flournoy update

I just talked to Birmingham of Lake Balboa’s DeVon Flournoy, and he told me that he will take a recruiting trip to UCLA next month. Flournoy is a USC commit, but here’s how he characterized that commitment to USC: “It’s still strong, but anything can happen.”

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Lee update

UCLA still is unsure of the extent of the injury to Malcolm Lee’s left knee. Lee injured the knee in Friday’s practice, when his knee locked up on him. He had an MRI on Saturday, which was inconclusive. The MRI was read again today by another doctor, and that was also inconclusive. UCLA was off on Monday but will return to practice tomorrow.

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