Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports
According to ESPN, USC senior cornerback Josh Shaw has admitted to lying about how he suffered his ankle injuries last weekend.

Shaw said he suffered a pair of high ankle sprains Saturday night after jumping from the second story of an apartment complex to save his 7-year-old nephew, who was struggling in the pool. Shaw said his nephew did not know how to swim. He admitted to team officials on Wednesday that the story was a complete fabrication.

Head coach Steve Sarkisian said Tuesday the school received several calls questioning the authenticity of Shaw's story and had been investigating the matter.

"We are extremely disappointed in Josh," Sarkisian said in the statement. "He let us all down. As I have said, nothing in his background led us to doubt him when he told us of his injuries, nor did anything after our initial vetting of his story.
Although USC did not specify in its statement how he actually sustained his injuries, Shaw's attorney said he injured himself "in a fall."
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olddawg26119 months
manti te'o 2
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TheWalrus119 months
This is much worse than Teo because he was being hailed as a hero.
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