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  • Ex-USC back Stafon Johnson returns to Dorsey High as assistant coach

     Ex-USC back Stafon Johnson returns to Dorsey High as assistant coach
    Stafon Johnson, looking a little bigger than he did in his playing days as a standout running back at Dorsey High and USC, still knows how to twirl a football and show off his hand-eye coordination for his teenage pupils hoping to run and score touchdowns the way he used to do.
  • USC's Stafon Johnson in "critical but stable" condition

     
    USC running back Stafon Johnson is still in surgery at California Hospital Medical Center near downtown. His condition was "critical but stable" as of about 7:20 tonight, according to a hospital spokesperson. Friends and family of Johnson have gathered...

    USC football: Pac-10 coaches react to Stafon Johnson's injury

     
    News of Stafon Johnson's weightlifting accident, which severely damaged the USC tailback's throat and led to emergency surgery, reverberated around the Pacific-10 Conference today. Arizona State Coach Dennis Erickson suspected that it was a "freak...

    USC football: Tailback Stafon Johnson recovering after surgery

     
    USC tailback Stafon Johnson is doing well and his athletic fitness helped him pull through a serious weightlifting accident that required more than seven hours of throat surgery, a trauma expert said today. Dr. Gudata Hinika, trauma director at...

    USC football: Stafon Johnson awake and alert

     
    USC tailback Stafon Johnson is communicating non-verbally with his mother and several teammates at the hospital where he underwent lengthy surgery last night after a weight-room accident. Doctors have also begun to remove some of the medical equipment...