Caleb Williams just has a way of making things happen.

A fumbled snap, a broken play, and pressure in his face almost right after he picked the football up. None of it bothered the USC quarterback, who fired off his back foot some 50 yards through the air to find wideout Tahj Washington behind the defense.

Washington then raced for a touchdown to put USC up 14-7 on San Jose State in the second quarter.

Williams built his Heisman Trophy campaign last season on his ability to make something out of nothing. He threw 42 passing touchdowns to lead the country, rarely turned the ball over, and powered USC to a Pac-12 Championship Game appearance.

In 2023, Williams has a chance to become just the second player in college football history to win the Heisman Trophy multiple times. Will there be voter fatigue? More plays like the one above will make it hard to argue against Williams if USC challenges for another league title.

He’s undoubtedly one of the most entertaining quarterbacks in football.