Eric Gentry says what USC fans are saying about Caleb Williams after W

Caleb Williams, USC Football, USC Trojans
Caleb Williams, USC Football, USC Trojans / Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

After USC Football QB Caleb Williams absolutely shredded arch rival Notre Dame for four touchdowns, Trojan Mike Linebacker Eric Gentry interrupted Williams' post-game interview to exclaim exactly what all Trojan fans were saying about Williams during the interview:

Gentry is exactly right. He most certainly is the Heisman, and he most certainly proved it on Saturday night against the Fighting Irish. Williams nailed 18 of 22 passes for 232 passing yards and a touchdown, with zero turnovers. He also added on 35 rushing yards and three(!) rushing scores. He played even better than he had been all season. His season statistics are now as follows:

--65.8% completion percentage

--9.1 passing yards per attempt

--44 total touchdowns (34 passing)

--3 interceptions (his only turnovers all year)

--351 rushing yards

Looking at those numbers, it's incredibly obvious that Eric Gentry is right about his USC Football teammate and Quarterback Caleb Williams.

Eric Gentry, Caleb Williams, and USC Football also got the win, and it wasn't particularly close either. The game was decided by a score of 38-27. They are now 11-1 after they added Williams to the fold this year. They were 4-8 last year, before Williams came around.

Williams turning USC to an 11-1 team after they were coming off their worst year in program history just proves how valuable Williams is to his squad. Nobody else carries that kind of SEVEN win value. He is very clearly the best player in the country. Gentry knows it, and realistically anyone with a brain knows it.

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It was nice to see Gentry give him that type of recognition. Especially after he had a nine tackle performance. He's probably not even 100% healthy right now, yet still was a major part in SC's strong performance against ND's running game. Both players had great nights, and one had what just might be the Heisman-clincher. The other knew it, and wanted to make sure nobody forgets.