USC Wide Receiver George Farmer Returns To Practice

"USC Trojans vs Arizona State Sun Devils Football"Wide receivers George Farmer and Ajene Harris looked nearly recovered from their hamstring injuries today. Hayes Pullard (knee) and Gerald Bowman (foot) were limited. Soma Vainuku is also limited. Andre Heidari is kicking again and I’m guessing he will handle field goals this week with a road game.

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USC Morning Buzz: Juju Smith, LenDale White And More!


Wide receiver Juju Smith talks about the new philosophy to go downfield against Colorado.

Meanwhile, LenDale White talks about being “hurt” over being escorted from the Coliseum. And finally, here’s my appearance on the AM-570 FnA podcast discussing everything over the weekend and this week’s big Utah game.

Interview is here and begins at the 42-minute mark.

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LenDale White Wonders Why He Was Escorted From Coliseum

I spoke to LenDale White today and here’s some quick excerpts:

White said he was forced to apologize on twitter in order to get a field pass for the Colorado game following his comments during the Arizona game.

White said he never went the locker room and was told by security as soon as he left the football field that he had to leave the Coliseum. This was a few minutes after an angry confrontation with Pat Haden.

A security guy told me, “somebody doesn’t want you to go up that way (by the locker room),” White said. “I couldn’t believe I was getting kicked out. If Pat didn’t say it, why was I being escorted out of there? I don’t understand where it came from.

“No one wants to be a man (and say who ordered me out). The fish stinks from the head. No middle man is going to say it. I never even tried to go into the locker room.

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Legendary USC Men’s Swim Coach Peter Daland Dies At Age 93

Peter Daland was USC’s men’s swim coach for 35 years and won nine NCAA titles from 1958-92. He died Monday morning from Alzheimer’s disease. He was 93.
Daland coach world-class swimmers like John Naber, winner of four Olympic golds and 10 NCAA titles; American record holders Dave Wharton and Mike O’Brien along with Olympic stars Roy Saari, Murray Rose, Jeff Float, Joe and Mike Bottom and Bruce and Steve Furniss.
A public memorial service at USC will be announced at a future date.
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Su’a Cravens Wants A Hostile Environment

Safety-linebacker Su’a Cravens said this is a must-win game against Utah and he wants a hostile environment.

I love a crazy environment,” Cravens said. “I like getting booed. I like hearing everything they have to say. It’s that much better when you beat a team.”

 

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