USC vs. UCLA, Victory Bell 2011 Injury Report: Defenses Banged Up, Robert Woods Set To Play

This year's matchup between the USC Trojans and UCLA Trojans is unlike one we've ever seen.

Despite arguably being the best team in the conference, the Trojans will play their final game in 2011 on Saturday because of their postseason ineligibility. For the Bruins, not too many expected the team to be in this position, but win or lose, they'll represent the Pac-12 South in the conference championship game.

For the 2011 Victory Bell, both sides are relatively heathy heading into the battle of LA. Robert Woods is fully healthy after dealing with an ankle injury last week, while UCLA continues to deal with nagging injuries that have plagued them throughout the year. With the chance of the Bruins losing their bowl bid should they lose their final two games of the season, it will not be tough for Rick Neuheisel and the coaching staff to motivate their players on Saturday evening.

The full injury report for the week can be found here.

For more on the game and much more, check out Conquest Chronicles and Bruins Nation.

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