USC quarterback Caleb Williams was cooking early for the Trojans of their Cotton Bowl Traditional matchup towards Tulane on Monday.
Within the second quarter, the Heisman Trophy winner made a powerful play to arrange USC’s subsequent landing. He confronted a four-man rush from Tulane defenders and managed to scramble away from the tacklers and roll to his left close to the sideline.
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Williams then obtained set and one way or the other managed to fireplace a move downfield to vast receiver Brenden Rice, who made a catch with two defenders draped on him. The 30-yard pitch and catch arrange the Trojans on the purpose line and some performs later Williams threw a landing move to Terrell Bynum.
The rating helped USC go up 14-0 within the second quarter however Tulane would come again with two landing drives of their very own, together with an 87-yard move from quarterback Michael Pratt to Jha’Quan Jackson.
USC led 28-14 at halftime. Williams was 20-of-29 with 253 passing yards, three landing passes and an interception.
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Williams is trying to end off the 2022-23 season with a victory and provides the Trojans their first 12-win season since 2008. They’ve their first 10-win season since 2017 and practically made the School Soccer Playoff for the primary time however misplaced to Utah within the Pac-12 Championship Sport.
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Williams, who got here to USC with Lincoln Riley from Oklahoma, had 4,075 passing yards and 37 landing passes, which helped him wrap up his first Heisman Trophy award.