Su’a Cravens’ First-Game Impact


Su’a Cravens did not just intercept a pass against Hawaii, he helped create Josh Shaw’s interception for a TD with his hit on a Hawaii receiver (above).

“He made a hit on that interception by Josh and created that,” USC defensive coordinator Clancy Pendergast said.

Photo/Will Lester

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  • john wolcott

    SC will get a better read on our “pass defenders” Saturday with pass happy WSU.

    Quite honestly, I am a little afraid.

    • Helen

      No need to be afraid, the USC front seven will put so much pressure on that fast-talking WSU QB he won’t know what hit him (and luckily lighten the load on the DBs).

      • SpiketheBruin

        Gee whiz Helen, does Paris know you’re mouthing off and making a fool of yourself?

    • WEB_Dupree

      I just keep hoping that WSU’s game last week only means that Auburn is in some kind of death spiral.

  • Helen

    After going 0 for 2 (Bing and Mays) I think USC finally has their Ronnie Lott successor.

    • Golden Trojan

      The Lott and Polamalu successor, true that this guy could be great!

      • Helen

        Thanks for reminding me of Polamalu, he was a worthy successor.

    • B.Miller

      Mays was a freak of nature.. A Beast.. I would have loved to see him in CP defense

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  • steveg

    No need to proof read, we are used to it Wolf.

    To bad we are only going to have Cravens for 3 seasons, he will leave after his junior year I am sure.

  • TrojanFan

    Josh Shaw has a pair of “guns” on him!

  • B.Miller

    I think many of us that watched the game.. ALREADY KNOW THIS! Can you report on the current game week and not last week.