Cody Kessler Underwent Procedure For Staph Infection

USC quarterback Cody Kessler did not practice today because he was hospitalized with staph infection in his toe, sources said. Kessler underwent some type of procedure on his toe, but USC officials did not say what that entailed.

Staph infection is highly contagious and something USC’s fought over the years to keep out of the locker room.
UPDATED: I’m told Kessler was in quite a bit of pain over the weekend.

6 thoughts on “Cody Kessler Underwent Procedure For Staph Infection

  1. Gee, Scottie….when you previous posted, in July, “No NCAA Sanctions On Staff Size”, I didn’t realize it was regarding Kesslers toe!

  2. Great. With the media reporting Kessler has had a toe problem, Stanford’s defensive players are now all probably going to be stepping on his toe throughout the game.

  3. Pre-Stanford loser excuses, excuses, excuses. So Ck and LW will not be 100% Sat. at Palo Alto.

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