Caleb Williams and No. 6 USC defeated San Jose State 56-28 in Week 0. However, the Heisman Trophy quarterback isn’t resting on his laurels.

Williams passed for 278 yards and 4 touchdowns, but emerged after the victory lamenting some plays that got away.

“I feel good. I mean we’re 1-0. Walking off the field, there’s a bit of frustration.” Williams said. “In the first half, there was a lot of just it felt like we weren’t hitting on certain calibers and things like that, that we’re going to hit on here soon.

Williams said the  Trojans have to be steadier across the board.

“A key sense of frustration was inconsistency,” Williams said. “Whether it was dropped balls. Whether it was me fumbling snaps. Whether it was offensive line missing the defensive line read cues.”

Williams is using his platform as one of the leaders of the Trojans to ensure the team remains on track for their goals this season.

“I spoke to a bunch of leaders in game right after Coach took me out,” Williams said. “The message was: ‘We’ve got a special team.’ The second part of the message was: ‘We’ve got a long way to go and a lot to get better at.'”

Williams describes what he’s going to focus on this week in order to be sharper for the Week 1 contest vs. Nevada.

“I wouldn’t necessarily say it’s going to be anything physical. I think it’s all going to be within the mentals and then also leading during the week a little bit better than I did last week,” Williams said. “Whether it’s me pushing the guys when it’s tempo in practice. Whether it’s getting more reps, in the film room, whatever the case may be. Add more guys to watching film with me.”