October 17, 2006
Gable waiting his turn
After starting at running back as a true freshman and getting 12 carries in the Trojans' first game at Arkansas, C.J. Gable slowly began to take a backseat to fellow freshman Emmanuel Moody and redshirt junior Chauncey Washington.
He didn't get a single carry against Washington and it seemed as though USC coach Pete Carroll decided to exclusively rotate Moody and Washington. But Gable got back in the mix of things, carrying the ball five times against Arizona State for 26 yards, including a touchdown.
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