USC Football QB Caleb Williams puts best Los Angeles QB debate to bed

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This season (and starting in the offseason), there was delusional debate going on about which Los Angeles Quarterback was better--Caleb Williams (USC Football) or Dorian Thompson-Robinson (UCLA Football). Of course, anyone with a brain knew that Williams was the better quarterback, and EASILY the better quarterback.

Unfortunately, some people still chose to drag this 'debate' out, and there were even prominent figures in the media who believed in the blasphemy. (Looking at you, Bill Plaschke.) On Saturday, though, the two finally faced off, and everyone could finally realize that Williams is hands-down the better quarterback. And sure enough, that's exactly what happened.

Williams completed a brilliant 32 passes out of 43, and all for a career-high of 470(!) passing yards...He also had two touchdown tosses and only one pick. Even better yet--he had eight carries on the ground for 33 rush yards too. He added on a touchdown rushing as well. He was electric, and led USC to 48 points in a must-win game.

As for Thompson-Robinson (DTR), he did well running the ball, but that was it. Sure, he had 14 carries for 81 yards and two rushing scores. But he turned the ball over FOUR times (three interceptions). He at least threw for four touchdowns, but he was inconsistent throughout the game in his accuracy, only hitting on 23 of 38 passes. His 8.1 yards per pass attempt was fine, but nothing special.

It especially wasn't special for Dorian Thompson-Robinson when USC Football QB Caleb Williams went for 10.9 yards per pass attempt.

USC Football QB Caleb Williams also did this without his RB1 in Travis Dye, who went down and out for the season with a knee injury in the Trojans' last game. Dorian Thompson-Robinson, on the other hand, had his RB1 in Zach Charbonnet by his side.

Charbonnet did his part--running for 95 rushing yards on 19 carries and catching four passes for 29 receiving yards. DTR had that type of running game, but couldn't get the job done when it was his turn.

After this game, he's still stuck at 8.2 passing yards per attempt, while Williams is now all the way up to 9. DTR is now at 24 passing touchdowns compared to Williams' 33. He's thrown seven interceptions. Williams has only thrown three (his only turnovers all year).

Next. Predictions for rest of USC Football season. dark

The two aren't even close, as DTR falls to 8-3 in his fifth year of college ball. Williams, on the other hand, is in just his first full season as a starting QB (only second season overall), and has taken a 4-8 team to 10-1 through 11 games. Williams is hands-down the best QB in L.A.