Injuries are far from new to this year’s USC team, which is a living, breathing injury report. So it shouldn’t have come as much of a surprise when defensive end Christian Rector walked onto the field for warmups with a clubbed hand.
Here's Christian Rector with his clubbed hand: pic.twitter.com/YNDhinutzo
— Keely Eure (@keelyismyname) November 11, 2017
He didn’t use his right hand much in the limited warm ups that have been shown, so how available he will be is yet to be seen.
Good news, though, is that kicker Chase McGrath, who has had a superb freshman season, booted a 40-yard field goal in warm ups despite a balky groin that held him out of practice all week.
At tight end, Daniel Imatorbhebhe is slated to start over Tyler Petite, who is still out with a shoulder injury.
Daniel Imatorbhebhe is slated to start at TE with Tyler Petite's shoulder injured. https://t.co/2CTKGA0bUB
— Shotgun Spratling (@ShotgunSpr) November 11, 2017
And Toe Lobendahn, who has been out with a knee injury, is scheduled to start at left tackle.
USC announces Toa Lobendahn will start at left tackle. Lobendahn was held out of practice for most of the week with a knee injury.
— Joey Kaufman (@joeyrkaufman) November 11, 2017
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