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USC Football: A Plethora of Running Backs

In Coach Orgeron’s first game as the interim head coach of the USC football team, he went straight to work and made sure the Trojans get back to their winning ways. He did just that. The Trojans won the game 38-31 and put on an exciting performance that fans have been waiting for since the Pete Carroll era. What I found most interesting about yesterday’s game was the way offensive...
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October 11, 2013  |  Discuss

Morgan's timely return provides needed depth

D.J. Morgan returned to the field for USC with a bang in the Trojans win at Utah last Thursday. Head coach Lane Kiffin very complimentary of Morgan's performance. "D.J. played the best he's ever played since he's been here," Kiffin said. "He ran tough. Before that we had him in on some pass protection stuff before the injuries. "(It was) great to see...
Via Fox Sports West
October 09, 2012  |  Discuss

Morgan's surgery challenges Trojans' RB depth

LOS ANGELES -- When USC ended spring practice, depth at tailback was issue No. 1. They had just three scholarship tailbacks. Fast forward to the Wednesday before No. 2 USC (1-0) is set to take on Syracuse (0-1) in their second game of the season, and the Trojans are once again down to three scholarship tailbacks for the foreseeable future. Running back D.J. Morgan announced via...
Via Fox Sports West
September 05, 2012  |  Discuss

USC's Morgan to undergo knee surgery

It's a good thing USC pursued and landed Silas Redd. USC Coach Lane Kiffin confirmed Wednesday that sophomore tailback D.J. Morgan would have knee surgery. Morgan had tweeted his status earlier in the day. Morgan, who started two games in 2011, rushed for seven yards in his only carry Saturday in the Trojans' 49-10 season-opening victory over Hawaii. Morgan had reconstructive...
Via Fox Sports West
September 05, 2012  |  Discuss

USC's D.J. Morgan in walking boot with turf toe

LOS ANGELES ---The margin for injury in the USCbackfield is very slim in 2012. As the program and the nation await word on a possible commitment from Penn State running back Silas Redd to the Trojans, USCs need for bodies in the backfield was as clearas the boot worn on the right foot of USC running back D.J. Morgan at theplayers only workouts Friday morning. Morgan says hes been...
Via Fox Sports West
July 27, 2012  |  Discuss

FSNext TV: Morgan Gets His Reps

Redshirt sophomore D.J. Morgan is getting most of the carries at the Trojans' voluntary summer workouts. He took a few minutes after Tuesday's throwing session to talk about what he's working on over summer and the upcoming season...
Via usc.scout.com
June 20, 2012  |  Discuss

Spring Practice Report: Day Two

Marqise Lee was named the MVP of Day Two and D.J. Morgan is coming into his own. Read on for the Trojans' Thursday practice report.
Via usc.scout.com
March 08, 2012  |  Discuss
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