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Former Oklahoma QB Caleb Williams Explains Why He Chose USC
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During an appearance on Tuesday's Trojans Live, former Oklahoma QB Caleb Williams cited Lincoln Riley’s “magical” play-design ability as the reason he chose to follow him to USC...
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“Obviously, we know his plays are — I mean, his plays are insane,” Williams said Tuesday on Trojans Live of why he made the decision to follow Riley. “He draws it up, you go in game day and it’s like, ‘They work.’ You’ll look at ’em on the white board or on the screen and you’ll be like, ‘What is this?’ And then you go out, you practice it, you rep it, you rep it, you rep it, you rep it. And you go out there on game day and you drop back and it’s everything he — all the film you watched and everything that we’ve repped in practice and all of that. I don’t know how he does it, but it’s pretty magical.”

“I enjoy the family aspect of it, as everybody saw probably is we were over his house yesterday for Easter — I mean, my family is 3,000 miles away in Washington, D.C,” Williams added. “So, obviously, didn’t get to see them ’cause they didn’t come out for Easter. But I’m very close to his family. His daughters love me. Always go over and play with them after practice and things like that. And, obviously, coach Riley, we have a good connection. I mean, we talk all the time. Just about anything. We call each other at random times. And he always picks up — and, obviously, I always have to pick up.”
(The Spun)
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Billy Mays22 months
$$$$
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brett40822 months
Riley’s plays don’t work out that well. He chokes all the big games away.
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DVinBR22 months
that's a funny way to describe money
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Glorious22 months
jk Its the Song Girls
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LSUrme22 months
But I’m very close to his family. His daughters love me. Always go over and play with them after practice and things like that. Oh Lawd
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Nix to Twillie22 months
yeah, that stands out. I'll give him the benefit of the doubt and say I'm sure there's nothing predatory about it, but that's just an odd thing to say.
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TheWalrus22 months
They’re 9 and 5, if they were 16 and 14 then it would be a lot weirder.
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