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Very sad news came out of USC spring camp on Thursday evening, when it was reported that back-up wide receiver George Farmer tore his ACL and MCL and will be lost for the 2013 season.
The news was first shared via the USC athletics Twitter feed, which tweeted the following a little before 10 p.m. ET on Thursday night.
USC WR George...
USC Trojans wide receiver George Farmer will miss the entire 2013 season after suffering a torn MCL and ACL in his knee.
This was supposed to be George Farmer's first healthy year with the USC Trojans. However, he suffered a left knee injury during Spring practices.
USC wide receiver George Farmer lost for the season
An update from the April 2nd story, below
From CBSSportsline.com … USC’s depth has taken another hit after wide receiver George Farmer tore his ACL at practice Tuesday. The former five-star recruit, who has dealt with injuries during his first two years with the Trojans, got the news Wednesday that he...
LOS ANGELES -- As the grind of training camp continues on, new USC wide receivers coach Tee Martin has tried to liven things up a bit for his position group.
Martin and his wide receivers have become known to challenge each other in various drills at the conclusion of practice. After a recent practice, Martin said he was going to throw the ball some 50 yards downfield and challenged...
George Farmer is back at wide receiver and he's glad about it.
"It feels good to be reunited," the USC sophomore wide receiver said. "I grew up playing the position so I'm excited to get back to it."
It's a position that Farmer feels he needs to be. On the sideline and missing practice is not.
When the Trojans kicked off spring practice last...
LOS ANGELES -- USC sophomore George Farmer was back at wide receiver and performing well for most of the Trojans first two practices of the spring.
However, at the end of Thursday's practice Farmer left Howard Jones Field with an injured hamstring.
Farmer, who was a top five national recruit coming out of Serra High School in 2010, was moved from wide receiver to running back...
USC wide receiver George Farmer talks about his academic situation, the running back depth and the role he plans to play in the future.
USC looks to be getting good and bad news on the injury front just before kickoff against Stanford. Wide receiver Robert Woods, labeled earlier as a game-time decision, looks like he’s ready to play. Woods had been dealing with a lingering ankle issue. However, freshman George Farmer (pictured) is in a walking boot and will not play…
USC coach Lane Kiffin is impressed by freshman George Farmer's return to action Wednesday.