USC QB Kedon Slovis Leaves After Hard Hit, Backup Matt Fink Throws Touchdown
Sept. 21, 2019
Slovis was 2-for-2 for 17 yards before exiting the game, absorbing a hard hit early in the first quarter.
September 20, 2019
USC quarterback Kedon Slovis exited the Trojans' matchup with No. 10 Utah on Friday after taking a hard hit early in the first quarter.
Slovis made his first career start against Stanford on Sept. 7, one week after opening-day starter J.T. Daniels suffered an ACL injury and meniscus tear. Slovis was 2-for-2 for 17 yards before exiting the game.
Bryan Fischer They’re looking at Kedon Slovis’ shoulder/collar bone after this big hit. Matt Fink coming in at QB for the Trojans.
#BusinessAintBoomin Kedon Slovis tried getting up after the hit, but fell back down...
The Trojans offense kept pace with the Utes in Slovis's absence. Redshirt junior Matt Fink completed 13 of 17 passes for 203 yards in the first half, tossing two touchdowns in consecutive drives upon entering the game.
PFF College Well...Matt Fink looks good so far for USC. (via @Pac12Network)
Bleacher Report CFB Matt Fink replaced Kedon Slovis after an injury and immediately threw a 29-yard touchdown on the opening drive vs. Utah (via @USC_Athletics)
USC leads Utah 14–10 at the half. The Trojans entered Friday's 1–1 after a 30–27 loss to BYU in Week 2.