Storylines from Wednesday practice

• Lane Kiffin offered some positive news on the injury front after Wednesday’s practice, as only DaJohn Harris was held out. “We anticipate everyone could be playing this weekend,” Kiffin said. Even Torin Harris, who has been out for much of the season with a shoulder injury, was able to take part in a limited role on Wednesday. Kiffin said there is the potential of Torin Harris playing in the game.

• Kiffin said he hopes Marc Tyler will be available on Saturday, but added that Curtis McNeal will “most likely start.”

• Nickell Robey has been bouncing around all week with plenty of energy and Kiffin said that it’s how the sophomore cornerback has been since Kiffin first met him. But Kiffin also added that there may be an extra bounce in his step because this weekend would have been Robey’s mother’s birthday. Robey’s family, including his younger sister, will be making the trip to Los Angeles for the game. Robey had a terrific one-handed interception on a deep ball during scout team work.

• Kiffin was asked about Washington defensive tackle Alameda Ta’amu and said he is a difficult matchup due to his size and athletic ability. “He has caused people a lot of problems this year,” Kiffin said.

• Washington is led by tailback Chris Polk, who has already surpassed the 1,000-yard mark this season. Kiffin raved abou Polk's big, physical nature and added that Polk is also a big asset in the passing game. He also said that defensively, you can’t simply stack the box against the run because Washington’s receivers and tight ends are such big threats down the field and on the outside.