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ACL tear ends Steven Mitchell Jr.'s season

USC receiver Steven Mitchell Jr. hobbled to an idling bus Saturday with his left knee cocooned in a bulky brace. A normal-looking cut on a punt return had buckled Mitchell’s left knee in the second quarter of USC’s 48-14 win over Arizona. He crumpled to the turf without touching a defender. Mitchell...
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