Stanford Vs. USC Injury Report: Cardinal Were Helped By Trojan Injury Issues

The Stanford Cardinal picked up a huge victory over the USC Trojans on Saturday night, helping them out quite a bit in the college football rankings. Stanford did get a bit lucky when it came to the injury report, however, as USC definitely left the game worse for the wear.

There weren't any injuries to report for the Cardinal following Saturday night's victory -- though offensive tackle Cole Underwood is still out for the season and fullback Geoff Meinken has yet to return -- but the USC injury report was quite extensive.

The Trojans lost running backs Silas Redd and Curtis McNeal during the game, which was obviously a point of emphasis on Saturday night. The Trojans were also missing centers Khaled Holmes and Abe Markowitz along with kicker Andre Heidari, tight end Christian Thomas. Yet another running back, D.J. Morgan, didn't play on Saturday either.

Considering USC's policy on injury updates, there's no reason to expect new news on these injuries anytime soon.

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