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USC football: Reporter's suspension lifted

September 13, 2012|By Gary Klein
  • USC football coach Lane Kiffin looks back at the scoreboard during the Trojans' victory over Hawaii.
USC football coach Lane Kiffin looks back at the scoreboard during the Trojans'… (Gina Ferazzi / Los Angeles…)

Los Angeles Daily News reporter Scott Wolf will be allowed to attend USC practices and games while the university and representatives from the Los Angeles Times, the Daily News and the Orange County Register try to work out an agreement on what can be reported from in-season practices.

Wolf had been suspended by USC after reporting Monday that kicker Andre Heidari had undergone knee surgery and would be sidelined for about three weeks.

The Daily News report did not cite practice-related information, but USC considered it to be a violation of its practice policy.

The suspension was supposed to be for two weeks and included USC's Sept. 22 home football game against California.

Editors for The Times, the Daily News and the Orange County Register spoke with USC Athletic Director Pat Haden and Sports Information Director Tim Tessalone on Wednesday.

Second-ranked USC practices Thursday in preparation for Saturday’s game at Stanford.

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