USC's Chimezie Metu ejected for hitting Washington State player in groin

USC's Chimezie Metu ejected for hitting Washington State player in groin

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USC's Chimezie Metu ejected for hitting Washington State player in groin

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USC was forced to play without its best offensive weapon for the majority of Sunday’s game against Washington State, as Chimezie Metu was ejected from the game for putting a cheap shot on one of his opponents.

Metu went to close out on Washington State’s Carter Skaggs in the first half of the game, and attempted to sneak in a shot to the groin in doing so.

Metu was hit with a Flagrant-2 foul and promptly ejected from the game. He finished with seven points, but the Trojans still managed to roll to a 89-71 victory.

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