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USC football: Leonard Williams and George Uko bringing pressure

November 24, 2013|By Gary Klein
  • Colorado quarterback Sefo Liufau fumbles while being sacked by USC's Leonard Williams during the second quarter Saturday in Boulder.
Colorado quarterback Sefo Liufau fumbles while being sacked by USC's… (Doug Pensinger / Getty Images )

USC defensive ends Leonard Williams and George Uko continued their standout play Saturday in No. 23 USC's 47-29 victory over Colorado.

Williams, a sophomore from Florida, had a sack and forced a fumble that was recovered by Uko and led to a second-quarter touchdown.

Uko also had a sack.

Williams played despite a shoulder injury that he suffered during training camp and aggravated Nov. 1 at Oregon State.

Linebackers J.R. Tavai and Michael Hutchings led the Trojans with six tackles.

Linebacker Hayes Pullard had four tackles and linebacker Devon Kennard was one of seven Trojans with three.

USC plays UCLA this coming Saturday at the Coliseum.

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