College Football Championships – Live Updates from Utah vs. USC


The final weekend of the college football season is here, and the stakes for the games couldn’t be higher.

There is legitimate college football playoff drama. The top four teams in the standings still have one game to secure or solidify their places and two powerhouses are hiding to potentially qualify for the semi-finals.

The No. 1 Georgia Bulldogs take on the No. 14 LSU Tigers in the SEC title game. The No. 2 Michigan Wolverines take on Purdue’s Boilermakers for the Big Ten crown. The No. 3 TCU Horned Frogs meet the No. 10 Kansas State Wildcats in the Big 12 Championship and the No. 4 USC Trojans face the No. 11 Utah Utes for the Pac-12 title.

The Bulldogs are probably locked in one place no matter what happens in Atlanta. However, any other mistake would put the No. 5 Ohio State Buckeyes and the No. 6 Alabama Crimson Tide back in the mix.

Three of the top five players in the ESPN poll for the Heisman Trophy will be in action. USC quarterback Caleb Williams, the current betting favorite to win the award, begins action Friday night. In his first game against the Utes, he threw for 381 yards and five touchdowns. However, the Trojans suffered their only defeat of the season in this game. Friday’s game in Las Vegas could be a chance for revenge and another Heisman moment for Williams.

Here are the best plays, biggest moments and takeaways from the championship weekend playoffs.


Utes find the end zone

Race worthy of a trophy, 4th TD

Utah threw a field goal on their first practice, but USC backed down the field. Williams missed several defenders on a 59-yard run, then found Raleek Brown for a 3-yard score.

USC strikes fast

A big play created USC’s first score. On the 75-yard course, Williams totaled 70 of those yards.

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