USC Morning Buzz

USC safety Su’a Cravens said he wouldn’t mind being a two-way player, which might have been handy a couple weeks ago when USC had a receiver shortage.

“My mom told me to tell the coaches I want to play wide receiver,” Cravens said. “I told her that’s not how it works in college.”

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  • TrojanFamily

    Link is broken. Someone kick the Daily News hamster to make him run the wheel and power it up.

    • Trojan Hoarse

      The top link works

    • CPEM

      Just add in an “s” at the end and make the last word “Trojans.”

  • Trojan Hoarse

    Hey, Bucket…. to follow up up on your snide post of yesterday about players coming back “too early” from injuries…. please note Cravens comment: “I was almost out of a job if I didn’t come back (from injury),” Cravens said.

    • TrojanFan

      Dementia is some nasty stuff


    Word on the street is that bucket, thai and stu are all “two-way players”

    • TrojanFan

      They all like to play “pitch and catch”…ouch!!!

  • Bill Simons

    If he played both sides of the ball it might also help land Adoree Jackson…

  • B.Miller

    With a depleted roster.. It wouldnt hurt

  • Arturo

    Nice run back on the int. but Su’a also injured a groin on the play. Think he’d last at TB?