Former Oklahoma quarterback Caleb Williams has transferred to USC. The move was first reported by ESPN. It was celebrated on social media, when a very specific reply came in to the post.
Apparently, Williams is big into feet.
Take a look at that again. This girl got 68 (falling one important like away) for calling this dude out!
And, also, let’s no pretend this is a secret with all those replies. This is KNOWN!
Williams wrapped up an impressive freshman season in Norman with the Sooners’ 47-32 victory over Oregon in the Alamo Bowl, and announced he was entering the transfer portal on Jan. 3.
“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 the guys on the team.”
Williams ultimately chose the Trojans over UCLA, Georgia, Oklahoma and Wisconsin. All of that makes sense.
UGA and Wisconsin girls aren’t open-toe all year long…. So it was really just between UCLA and USC. That is an easy call.
He may have also tipped us all of to this previously…
Williams signed all his paperwork to attend USC late last week, and was expected to attend his first class at USC in person Tuesday.
Williams started the final seven games for Oklahoma (11-2) and finished the season with 1,912 passing yards and 442 rushing yards, and was responsible for 27 touchdowns — 21 passing and six rushing — and just four interceptions.