USC Football officially launches their Caleb Williams Heisman campaign

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USC Football has officially launched a Heisman campaign for their starting QB Caleb Williams. The campaign is called HE13MAN, and has the hashtag #HE13MAN, which of course pays tribute to his Heisman status and his number. There also is a website devoted to HE13MAN, which is the name of the campaign. Click here to head, which is the website.

On the website, one can read and learn about who Williams is as a person, who Williams is as a player, and how Williams is using his platform off the field. Upon reading this information, it's easy to see how amazing of a person Williams is off of the field, which is very clearly important to him. The site also provides links to vote in the Nissan fan vote for the Heisman.

Fans can vote for anyone, but Williams is one of the nine featured players on the ballot. It makes perfect sense, as Williams not only averages nine yards per pass attempt, but also averages 10.4 adjusted yards per pass attempt. He has scored 40 total touchdowns (33 passing), and he's only turned the ball over a TOTAL of three times.

He's up to 3,480 passing yards and 316 rushing yards. Keep in mind that he's putting up all this production immediately after he came to a USC program that was coming off of a 4-8 season. That 4-8 season last year was the worst season in program history. He now has USC at 10-1 through 11 games, with a trip to the PAC-12 Championship Game already locked up.

Williams was tasked with putting the program on his back in a transition year with a completely new coaching staff (only retained one coach on last year's staff), and a program that had 20(!) new transfers that had to be broken in. Williams has prevented the growing pains, though, and expedited the process of building all this chemistry with all of these new faces.

USC Football QB Caleb Williams needs to be the Heisman Trophy winner.

With the proven improvement in winning that Caleb Williams has displayed with the USC Football program, him putting up the type of stats he has puts the true type of season he's had into perspective.

He's in the top ten of QBs in rushing touchdowns (10th), completions (ninth), least interceptions (eighth-fewest), passing efficiency rating (sixth), yards per pass attempt (sixth), adjusted yards per pass attempt (fifth), passing yards (fourth), and passing TD's (third).

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He's now done it against multiple ranked teams, and done it despite his O-Line struggling in pass protection (tied for just 54th in least sacks allowed per game at 1.91). USC wasn't supposed to win 10 games all year. They've won 10 games already on the back of Williams with three games left. He's the top player in the country.