USC Football QB Caleb Williams had absolutely no mercy against the Notre Dame Fighting Irish on Saturday night. He totally obliterated the defense that everyone's talked up all year, completing 18 of 22 passes for 232 passing yards.
That's 10.5 yards per pass attempt, but he didn't stop there. He also had 35 rushing yards on the ground. He scored four times (one passing), and didn't turn the ball over a single time all night. He proved once again that he NEEDS to be the Heisman winner this year. There's nobody like him in the country, and he won tonight, finishing an 11-1 season for the Trojans.
He registered these 11 wins this year after SC had the worst season in program history last year, before he got to USC. They went 4-8. His impact on his team is easily greater than anyone's impact on their team in all of college football.
He showed up to the game averaging nine yards per pass attempt, and scoring 40 touchdowns (33 passing) while losing just three total turnovers. Somehow, he played even better tonight. He even hit the Heisman pose after his second touchdown. How could he not have?
Caleb Williams led USC Football to a 38-27 victory over the arch rival Notre Dame Fighting Irish.
It wasn't just Caleb Williams who dominated for USC Football, though. The entire offense went nuts. There were 171 more rush yards to add to the offense's final output beyond Williams' 35. Austin Jones went nuclear for 154 yards on 25 carries. Jordan Addison had a carry for 13 rushing yards. Raleek Brown had seven on two carries and a rushing TD.
SC now just has to win the PAC-12 Championship Game next week, which they clinched last week with their win at UCLA, to likely earn that College Football Playoff spot. They'll play either Oregon or Utah, and will be favored against either.