LOS ANGELES —— USC beginning quarterback Kedon Slovis left the initial drive of the Trojans’ 30-23 gain No. 10 Utah with a head injury.
Head trainer Clay Helton claimed that Slovis remembered what happened on the play when he left the area, yet the medical personnel did not clear him to return.
“You can tell that something was wrong, so we ‘d instead take care with all our players and see to it their security,” Helton stated. “So we’ll see where it is entering into following week. We obtained an additional day [before facing Washington].”
Slovis was driven right into the grass after launching a pass, hitting the back of his head against the field. The true fresher attempted to stand up but broke down back to the ground.
He was at some point helped off the ground as well as he slowly made his way over to the sidelines as Matt Fink was available in to change him. Slovis briefly mosted likely to the fitness instructor’s camping tent prior to heading to the storage locker space, leaving USC with one healthy and balanced scholarship quarterback on the field.
Slovis had finished his very first two pass attempts when he was taken out of the game. Truth freshman was named the starter after JT Daniels left the period opener with a torn ACL. Prior to Friday, Slovis was 58 for 75 for 715 lawns with five touchdowns and also 4 interceptions.
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