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October 13, 2012
USC-LSU injury report
The post-game injury report from No. 3 South Carolina's 23-21 loss to No. 9 LSU. Find out who was banged up, who perhaps was hurt more seriously, who might be out for the next game and who might return for the next game.
NO. 9 LSU 23, NO. 3 SOUTH CAROLINA 21
USC announced no injuries from the post-game locker room.
Defensive tackle Byron Jerideau (sprained ankle) started the game, despite two pre-game announcements declaring that he would not.
Cornerback Akeem Auguste (sprained ankle) played in his usual backup role to Jimmy Legree.
Defensive tackle Kelcy Quarles was knocked down on Legree's interception return, a hit that drew a personal foul to LSU's J.C. Copeland. He left the game with a minor shoulder sprain, but returned.
Safety Brison Williams collided with Legree on a potential interception and left the game. He did not return. Lorenzo Ward said that Williams was fine in the post-game locker room.
Right tackle Mike Matulis (sprained right shoulder) played but did not start.
Defensive tackle Phillip Dukes (hand) has a torn ligament and wore a cast over it during the game. He dressed but did not play.
Right tackle Cody Gibson did not travel after he became ill late in the week. He should be fine for the next game.
OUT THIS WEEK
Running back Shon Carson is out due to a wrist injury. He could be back late this season. He did not dress.
Running back Brandon Wilds is out due to a sprained ankle. He is likely to redshirt. He did not dress.
OUT FOR THE SEASON
Cornerback Rico McWilliams is recovering from a torn knee ligament and will redshirt the season.
Running back Kendric Salley is recovering from a torn knee ligament and will redshirt the season.
Fullback Jacob Baker is recovering from a torn knee ligament and likely will not play this season.
Spur Marcquis Roberts is out due to a knee injury and will not play this season, although he is practicing in full pads.
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