07:37 AM ET 10.14 | These days, USC certainly could use cornerback Anthony Brown. [Brown] had not played or practiced since suffering a knee injury in the season opener against Hawaii. The junior, however, practiced Sunday, offering possible help for a Trojans secondary that was exposed the last two games. Brown, who started the opener, worked with the first-team defense during a one-hour practice that was conducted without helmets or pads. Defensive coordinator Clancy Pendergast also spent extra time with Brown after the workout. Interim Coach Ed Orgeron listed Brown as probable for Saturday's game at Notre Dame. ... All-American receiver Marqise Lee, who sat out against Arizona because of a knee sprain, attended practice and went through stretching drills with teammates, but he worked mainly with athletic trainers.