Earlier this week I wrote about safety Su’a Cravens’ desire to be a two-way player. And wouldn’t you know UCLA linebacker Myles Jack became a national topic by rushing for 120 yards last night against Arizona.
So why didn’t USC become more creative than UCLA especially with injuries and depth issues? Cravens wants to play tailback but would also fill in at wide receiver. If the Trojans were so shorthanded it couldn’t hurt. Remember we heard the past four seasons how Robert Woods and Marqise Lee could play defensive back but it never materialized.