USC WR Johnson Breaks Collarbone Print
Saturday, 29 August 2009 17:50
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Johnson Injured

Los Angeles, CA - USC receiver Ronald Johnson will be out six to eight weeks after breaking his collarbone during the No. 4 Trojans' mock game.

Johnson was the Trojans' third-leading receiver last season with 33 catches for 570 yards and eight touchdowns. The junior was expected to start for USC this season alongside Damian Williams.

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Johnson was hurt Saturday during the second series of the mock game at the Coliseum when he was tackled after catching an underthrown 34-yard pass from freshman quarterback Matt Barkley.
Coach Pete Carroll says the injury is ``just a crusher.''
Williams, the Trojans' leading receiver last season, will take Johnson's spot on the offense, and junior David Ausberry will move into the starting lineup.

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Posted: 8/29/09 10:53PM ET

 

 

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