Report: USC's JuJu Smith-Schuster 'played through leg pain' vs. Utah
USC sophomore wide receiver sensation JuJu Smith-Schuster looked lights out vs. USC, recording one of the greatest stiff arms of the season.
Smith-Schuster, USC's leading receiver through seven games, caught eight passes for 134 yards and added a touchdown during USC's win over Utah. He now has 47 catches for 901 yards, with eight touchdowns. He averages 128.7 receiving yards per game.
But according to LA Times, Smith-Schuster was playing through leg pain vs. Utah.
"Once you get going, you don't notice the pain," said Smith-Schuster, in the report. "You just play through it."
(h/t LA Times)
USC's JuJu Smith-Schuster played through leg pain against Utah https://t.co/wHkYOETnIG— L.A. Times Sports (@latimessports) October 27, 2015