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COLLEGE FOOTBALL DAILY REPORT : USC : Ankle Injury Doesn't Slow Rob Johnson

November 15, 1994|EARL GUSTKEY

USC emerged from its 45-28 victory over Arizona on Saturday with no major injuries. Quarterback Rob Johnson, who re-injured his sprained right ankle in the fourth quarter and didn't return to the game, was walking without a limp afterward and will play Saturday against UCLA. Freshman starting guard Phalen Pounds, who has missed six games after an arthroscopic knee procedure, is listed as probable for UCLA.

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USC-UCLA history: The last five USC-UCLA games have been decided by a total of 13 points. . . . UCLA has won the last three games, but USC leads in the series, which dates to 1929, 34-22-7. . . . In games in the Rose Bowl, UCLA is ahead 4-2, but USC has won two of the last three there. . . . In the last game at the Rose Bowl, in 1992, a two-point USC conversion try with 41 seconds left failed and UCLA won, 38-37. . . . Of the 63 games in the series, 34 have had the Rose Bowl on the line for at least one team and USC leads in those games, 21-11-2. When the Rose Bowl has been on the line for only USC, the Trojans are 3-0-1.

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