LOS ANGELES -- During the second half of No. 9 USC's 50-6 win over Colorado last Saturday, freshman defensive tackle Leonard Williams was subjected to the locker room.
He had already been ejected from the game and could have joined his teammates on the sideline but wasn't allowed to as a form of punishment from head coach Lane Kiffin.
It gave him time to think and reflect on recent events.
Williams was ejected from the game in the second quarter for punching a Colorado player. Williams and his teammates say he was spit on by the Colorado player. As a result, Williams admittedly lost his cool.
"It just happened so quick," Kiffin said. "I wasn't really thinking and I can't take it back. What's done is done and I'm just trying to move forward."
Forward for Williams will be with his USC teammates on Saturday in Tucson. His immediate playing future was in the hands of the Pac-12 Conference and very much uncertain. The school has announced the conference will not be suspending Wil...