The best offense in the country?

That’s what folks are debating after USC ran up 35 points on the Stanford Cardinal Saturday night in primetime.

Aided by three first-half turnovers from Stanford, USC put on a show in the first 30 minutes of its second game under Lincoln Riley. Quarterback Caleb Williams went to the locker room for the halftime break with more touchdowns (four) than incompletions (two) and 244 passing yards. Star wideout Jordan Addison was on the receiving end of two of those scores — putting up 124 yards receiving in just the first half.

After a 66-14 drubbing of Rice in the opener, USC’s offense looks awfully effective early on in Lincoln Riley’s first year with the program. Williams and Addison were equally effective working in tandem a week ago, and it has the rest of the college football public raving about that side of the ball…

And questioning the other side, which gave up 319 yards in the first half itself.