Against USC, field goals won’t get it done. Arizona is going to have to score touchdowns.

Fortunately for the Wildcats, they have a few wideouts who know a thing or two about doing exactly that. In the first quarter on Saturday, trailing 3-0 early, quarterback Jayden de Laura threw one up to Dorian Singer in the endzone.

Singer, with a man hanging on his inside hip, pulled in a 23-yard touchdown with just one hand to put Arizona on top 7-3.

USC defensive back Jaylin Smith couldn’t have been in a better position on the play, but Singer made the kind of play he’s been making all season.

A former walk-on, Singer has been wonderful for Arizona this season. He’s been an immediate beneficiary of a much-improved offense and an explosive pass game with de Laura at the controls.

The sophomore entered Saturday’s game with 605 yards and a pair of touchdowns. His yardage ranks fifth among all Pac-12 receivers, as does his 41 receptions.

Arizona and USC are battling it out on the Pac-12 Network.