Steve Sarkisian saw a "great" practice from his team Wednesday morning on Howard Jones Field.
"I don't know what you guys were doing over here but I saw a heck of a practice," Sarkisian said as he addressed the dozens of media members in attendance.
There is still a buzz around USC with people looking for answers in regards to the Josh Shaw situation....
TweetEarlier, it was reported that USC Trojans defensive back Josh Shaw injured his ankles after he supposedly leapt from the second story balcony to rescue his drowning nephew.
But according to a USC law school alum, Shaw was hurt while trying to escape police after a domestic dispute:
Unfortunately, my sources are saying the Josh Shaw story is fake… no rescue. Still waiting on...
The USC Trojans are going to have to do without senior cornerback Josh Shaw for the immediate future, and as tough as that may be the reason is something fans can't be mad about. According to Shaw he jumped from a second story balcony to rescue his drowning nephew. In the process he injured both ankles (high ankle sprains) and will be out indefinitely.Can't be mad at a hero...
Josh Shaw is a 5th year senior, starter, and was named team captain for the USC Trojans this year. He is expected to be a big part of their secondary. After Saturday night, he can add “Hero” to his resume.
Per the USC Website:
While attending a family social function at his cousin’s apartment in his hometown of Palmdale, Shaw looked on from a second floor balcony to the...
Is Josh Shaw's story of rescuing drowning nephew true? USC Trojans coach Steve Sarkisian has received calls questioning it.
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This is far more optimistic for the Purdue schedule than I am expecting!
USC Trojans cornerback was injured while being a hero. Left it all in the pool, really.
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Josh Shaw, one of the starter for the USC Trojans, suffered high ankle sprains in both ankles after rescuing his 7-year-old nephew who was drowning.
According to a report from USC, Shaw saw his nephew struggling in the pool and jumped from a second floor balcony onto concrete to get to the young boy.
“I would do it again for whatever kid it was, it did not...
USC Trojans cornerback Josh Shaw heroically saved his drowning cousin, sustaining ankles injuries in the process.
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USC athletic director Pat Haden was not at USC's annual "Salute To Troy" event on campus Saturday night, and the Los Angeles Times is reporting that Haden has been hospitalized twice in the last two days because he hasn't been feeling well.
USC has not issued a comment on Haden's status.
With the season opener exactly 10 days away, USC could be at less than full strength along the offensive line.
Starting guard Khaliel Rodgers, the school confirmed late Tuesday night, suffered a sprained knee during practice this week. He is expected to be sidelined for a period of 10-14 days.
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USC is reporting that LB Jabari Ruffin is expected to be lost for the 2014 season after tearing a knee ligament during practice Sunday. The Sophomore was expecting to start at one of the outside linebacker positions.
Coach Steve Sarkisian responded to the news,
“This is very unfortunate news about Jabari, but I know he will rehab well and come back strong next year. I know...
LOS ANGELES -- Steve Sarkisian ended spring ball optimistic that players who either battled injuries during spring or missed spring altogether would be healthy for the start of the first day of training camp.
With minimal exceptions, the Trojans first year head coach was right on.
What he couldn't account for, however, was what happened to cornerback Kevon Seymour, who started...
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LOS ANGELES -- Steve Sarkisian is the head coach at USC. He didn't need any reminding of that Monday night as the team opened fall camp.
He wasn't in a state of shock. He didn't need to pinch himself to know that it was real.
All he needed was a couple of notes that he carried in his pocket.
Monday the anticipation of opening fall camp had worn off only because...