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September 29, 2007 at 10:18 PM

USC aftermath

Some really tight deadlines for the regular stuff I have to do will prevent me from commenting much on here yet for a little while.
A few quick notes:
— Tyrone Willingham said Jason Wells may be out longterm with an apparent knee injury. Nate Williams, he said, should be okay and was kept out mostly as a precaution.
— Tim Lappano said he wasn’t sure Jake Locker ever really recovered from that late hit he took early in the game, though Locker downplayed it and said “it wasn’t as bad as it looked.” Lappano said he thought that might have helped cause some of Locker’s inaccurate throws, though Locker said it was mostly due to having a high release point, something he hopes to use the bye week to fix.
— The general theme among the players was frustration over the loss and not any sense of moral victory. “We played well, but we don’t feel that good because we lost,” said Marcel Reece. “We have to learn from our mistakes and recover from them.”
I’ll have grades a little later.

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