USC Football Lands Ex-Oklahoma Star Caleb Williams

LOS ANGELES, NOVEMBER 1, 2007: USC Trojan Football Fans Celebrate after a touch down durring the annual USC vs. UCLA Football Game on November 1, 2007 in Los Angeles, California.


The USC football program has landed its next quarterback.

After plenty of speculation, former Oklahoma star Caleb Williams announced that he would be reuniting with his former Sooners head coach Lincoln Riley at USC.

Williams made the announcement with a video on social media and later confirmed the news to ESPN.

“I wanted to go somewhere I thought would provide me with the best development both on and off the field,” Williams told ESPN. “Getting to know Coach Riley and gaining familiarity with his offense definitely played a part in my selection, as well as already knowing some of the guys on the team.

“USC obviously has a great football history when it comes to national championships and Heisman winners. But aside from football, the school itself, and the city, gives me a chance to really seek out and explore other interests I have off the field.”

Williams will waste no time getting acquainted with his new teammates. According to the report, Williams is expected in classes today, February 1.

The true sophomore, who finished last season with 1,912 passing yards and 442 rushing yards, and 27 total touchdowns, will enter the 2022 campaign as one of the favorites for the Heisman Trophy.

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