Caleb Williams may before long have the ring of a Heisman Prize victor on his finger.

On Friday, USC's quarterback's night began to unwind with a cut on his pinky.

Williams opened the Pac-12 title game looking all of the genius who had driven the No.

4 Trojans to the doorstep of the School Football Season finisher. He shot down the sideline,

then got a tone-putting change on fourth down.  He was amazing on that opening drive, including a score pass.

He followed that up by humiliating Utah's tacklers for a 59-yard run and one more score his later opportunity on the field.

Then, at that point, with the Trojans looking prepared to take off with the title, Williams made an excursion to the injury tent.

The cut on his finger would be the first misfortune. When the confetti was falling at Allegiant Arena, Utah 47-24 victors,

the Pac-12 heroes delegated and Rose Bowl-bound, Williams limped his direction through the postgame festivities.

Perhaps no one but injury could make Williams one-layered. The Utes will just think often about being double cross Pac-12 winners.

Utah had conveyed Williams and the Trojans' their solitary loss of the time, however nobody had genuinely had the option to dial back USC's star man. 

"He's been incredible each game, show me a game where he's not perfect" Utah mentor Kyle Whittingham said for this present week.