USC LB Tuasivi Nomura played through compound finger fracture early in season

By Nick Bromberg, Yahoo!Sports: USC linebacker Tuasivi Nomura played part of a game earlier this season with a gruesome injury.

Trojans’ coach Lincoln Riley told reporters on Tuesday that Nomura stayed in a game after suffering a compound fracture in one of his fingers. Riley said he believed Nomura broke the finger during the team’s win over Fresno State in September and played three plays after the injury.

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