Brenden Rice is self-critical; Will Rose backflip lights up Twitter; Korey Foreman improves

The Travis Dye injury dominated the USC game against Colorado on Friday night. It swallowed up the aftermath of the game. It was unavoidable for Dye’s injury — marking the end of his season and his USC career — to become the main point of conversation after the Trojans beat Colorado, 55-17.

There were other moments of note from this game. There is plenty to catch up on after Colorado — and heading into UCLA — in this USC football notebook.

Let’s give you some of the main highlights from this game, beginning with a tweet from USC wide receiver Brenden Rice, in which he admitted he has not been playing up to his own expected standard in 2022:

RICE GETS HONEST

TULI FACTS

TULI IN CONTEXT

TULI VIDEO

WILL ROSE'S 2 POINTS AND BACKFLIP

LOL

KYLE FORD IS MAKING A DIFFERENCE

CLUTCH

TAHJ WASHINGTON WITH THE JETS

RALEEK BROWN

MAYBE AGAINST UCLA?

MILLER MOSS GOT SOME WORK AND SOME TOUCHDOWN DRIVES

KEY POINT

KOREY FOREMAN

PROGRESS

LEARNING

THIS IS WHY GENTRY AND GOFORTH ARE SO IMPORTANT

ANDREW VORHEES' HEALTH STATUS: GOOD

BOBBY HASKINS' HEALTH UPDATE

HEALTH OVERVIEW, PART ONE

Jordan Addison, Andrew Vorhees, Bobby Haskins, and Ralen Goforth should be good to go versus UCLA.

HEALTH OVERVIEW, PART TWO

Eric Gentry is the player USC needs the most against UCLA, but compared to Jordan Addison and other players named above, Gentry appears to be further behind in his progress. This is by far the most concerning and important injury situation to monitor over the coming week.

Story originally appeared on Trojans Wire