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Caleb Williams finds the end zone once more in triple OT, and No. 9 USC survives Arizona 43-41
Caleb Williams rushed for three touchdowns before running for a two-point conversion in the third overtime, and No. 9 Southern California’s defense stopped Arizona’s final attempt in a wild 43-41 victory
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Caleb Williams rushed for three touchdowns before running for a two-point conversion in the third overtime, and No. 9 Southern California's defense stopped Arizona's final attempt in a wild 43-41 victory Saturday night.
Williams passed for 219 yards and three touchdowns for the Trojans (6-0, 4-0 Pac-12), who botched a 25-yard field goal attempt on the final snap of regulation after Williams led a 59-yard drive in the final 2:08
The Heisman Trophy winner shook it off and coolly led USC to scores on each of its three overtime possessions. USC called an unorthodox play for the two-point attempt in the third OT, with the entire offensive line shifting out before Williams took the snap and ran the other way, stretching the ball to the pylon.
The Trojans' defense finished it when linebacker Mason Cobb led a stop of D.J. Williams behind the line.