USC vs. Washington Final Injury Report: Trojans, Huskies Healthy Heading Into Pac-12 Showdown

Saturday's matchup between the USC Trojans and Washington Huskies may not be as big of a draw as Oregon and Stanford will bring, but it's a crucial game in the Pac-12 race. While the Trojans are ineligible for postseason play, the team still wants to finish towards the top of the conference to reestablish themselves across the nation.

For the Huskies, the team has yet to record a signature victory for their resumé and they can achieve that with a win this afternoon. Chris Polk is in the running for conference player of the year and he will look to have a monster game against an iffy USC front-seven.

Here is the final injury report for both teams:

USC: 

DT DaJohn Harris, ankle, questionable
RB Marc Tyler, shoulder, probable
LB Dion Bailey, concussion, questionable
CB Torin Harris, shoulder, doubtful
RB George Farmer, ankle, questionable

Washington:

WR James Johnson, ankle, questionable
S James Sample, shoulder, questionable

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Neither team will be without their impact players, which only makes this game even more intriguing. Expect a high scoring shootout in Los Angeles.

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