For What It’s Worth

A reader who has the Pac-12 Network said during the telecast linebacker Hayes Pullard said he hurt his collarbone. I could not watch a replay of the game because I do not have the Pac-12 Network.

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  • The Monopoly is Over Here 2.0

    Here’s what you’re worth Gargamel: 1 Neuhisel Nickel…

  • QueenKiff

    During the game they took Pullard out of his shoulder pads and walked him back to the locker room. Didn’t see him the rest of the game. No details followed.

  • Wow, we lose Pollard and Holmes two starters and didn’t someone else, also a Lineman get carted off together with Holmes? Things are looking rather bleek, thanks Kiffin your overstock of 5-star Receiver, QBs is now coming back and biting us on the butt. Couldn’t Kiffin realize that with the Scholie reductions we were going to be hurt in the long run if he didn’t get Offensive Linemen in the program?

  • QueenKiff

    I hear you 79. There are too many flameout 5 stars at the skill positions – like Farmer and Barkley (with the way he’s playing this season) and left bare the Tackle position. This years commit list only has 2 OL, and once Graf and Holmes are gone, it won’t be better next year.

  • USConquer

    I’ve seen some blogs and chats of other schools that will go unmentioned (ahem…Oregon, ND, & Bama) generally talking smack about our team and fans but more specifically ragging on SC fans here on Wolf’s blog and to a lesser degree on Conquest Chronicles.

    Lets not give them more fuelnfor there fire. Keep it classy Trojans. Fight On!

  • gotroy22

    We fans aren’t allowed to know who is injured and for how long, but I’m sure insiders to the program and the gamblers know exactly the condition of our players. The NFL forces teams to release injuty lists- why doesn’t the Pac 12?