USC loses offensive lineman Chuma Edoga to apparent leg injury

USC’s offensive line, considered one of its strengths, suddenly finds itself short two starters early on against Washington State.

Right tackle Chuma Edoga went down with a left leg injury late in the first quarter with the Trojans leading 7-3. He was hurt when Washington State’s Hercules Mata’afa rolled onto his leg during a broken play.

Edoga, a junior who had started every game for USC this season, was replaced by true freshman Andrew Voorhees.

USC was already without left tackle Toa Lobendahn, who did not start because of injury. Sophomore Clayton Johnston started in his place as quarterback Sam Darnold’s blind-side protector, and USC has also given snaps on the line to true freshman Austin Jackson.

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