USC Trojans’ Saturday Football Game Against Colorado Canceled; Covid-19 Outbreak Leaves ‘Sc Depleted At Key Position

USC Trojans’ Saturday Football Game Against Colorado Canceled; Covid-19 Outbreak Leaves ‘Sc Depleted At Key Position
USC’s football game against Colorado scheduled for Saturday at the Coliseum has been canceled and will be declared a no-contest. The action was taken by the Pac-12 because USC does not have the minimum number of scholarship players available for the game at a specific position group as a result of a number of positive Covid-19 cases. According to ESPN, the position group was the offensive line.

USC is currently leading the Pac 12 South at 3-0 after nail-biter wins against Washington and Washington State and a more definitive victory last week against the former division powerhouse Utes. With the victory, the rose to number 18 in the AP’s weekly rankings.

On Tuesday, USC announced that one player had tested positive. The university announced on Wednesday that a second player has tested positive for Covid-19. Another five players quarantined after contact tracing protocols were followed. School officials canceled practice Tuesday
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