Orgeron updates injury situation

USC had 52 scholarship players available against Utah on Saturday and needed to play ten walk-ons. It's now a short week for the Trojans, who travel to Oregon State for a Friday night matchup. Who will be ready to go?

USC interim head coach Ed Orgeron updated the Trojans injury situation during his Sunday night teleconference.

Freshman Su'a Cravens, who strained his groin at the end of a 54 yard return on an interception, is probable for the game against the Beavers.

Senior right tackle Kevin Graf suffered an ankle injury before the half, he's questionable for Friday.

Shane Sullivan, a walk-on tight end who played in place of the injured Xavier Grimble, Randall Telfer, and Jalen Cope-Fitzpatrick, tore his ACL in Saturday's contest. He's out for the remainder of the season.

Orgeron said he is unsure of the status of the rest of his players on the injured list, though he did know that Marqise Lee will be visiting a doctor this week to have his knee checked.

Orgeron seemed to think there is a slight chance Grimble and/or Cope-Fitzpatrick may be available Friday.

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