Joshua Morgan flies under the radar in USC win over Stanford

The three-man show of Kobe Johnson, Isaiah Collier, and Boogie Ellis combined for 69 points in USC’s 93-79 win over Stanford on Saturday at the Galen Center.

However, there is one interesting stat line from the Trojans’ win: Joshua Morgan. He had 4 points, 5 rebounds, 4 assists and 3 blocks in 26 minutes, filling the stat sheet in a number of categories.

DJ Rodman led the Trojans in scoring off the bench with 9 points, but Morgan found a way to chip in on a number of different levels in the game, and that’s a big boost for Andy Enfield’s team. The Trojans still are trying to find an identity heading into January.

Interestingly enough, Morgan took just one shot and made it, but he was still effective all around for USC. If he can pass the ball and rebound with more consistency, USC might be able to improve.

The Trojans next play Washington State in L.A. on Wednesday night and then hit the road for a three-game stretch against Colorado, Arizona, and Arizona State, a road trip which just might define their season.

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