The USC Trojans are almost back to full strength as head coach Lane Kiffin noted at Wednesday practice that it could be possible that every player who's been injured as of late will be available for Saturday's game against the Washington Huskies, including running back George Farmer.
Farmer told the media on Wednesday that his high left ankle sprain is about 90-95 percent healed, and that he'll give it a test before Saturday's game to determine whether he can play, though he plans on it. Farmer has been out since he injured the ankle at practice on October 25, though Kiffin said Curtis McNeal will likely will get the start, while Marc Tyler is also expected to play, returning this week from a shoulder injury.
Cornerback Torin Harris returned to practice for the first time Wednesday since suffering nerve damage in his shoulder back on September 24. He was very limited in practicing, though is a great sign to see him recovering. Finally, defensive tackle DaJohn Harris sat out of practice again with an ankle injury, one of the few Trojans who didn't participate on Wednesday.
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