On Friday morning, it was announced that USC left tackle Toa Lobendahn, who has a staph infection, would miss this evening’s highly anticipated bout with No. 16 Washington State. But who would replace him remained a mystery, until roughly two hours before game time, when it was announced that sophomore Clayton Johnston would start in Lobendahn’s stead.
USC coach Clay Helton said redshirt sophomore Clayton Johnson will start at LT in place of Toa Lobendahn. https://t.co/wM2SkS4cLJ
— Kyle Bonagura (@BonaguraESPN) September 30, 2017
Coach Clay Helton also said that freshman Austin Jackson would also rotate in, and that Lobendahn is expected to return to the lineup soon.
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