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Utah troll Caleb Williams writing ‘F—UTAH’ on fingernails during Pac 12 championship blowout

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Heisman favorite Caleb Williams sent a clear message to the Utah Utes before he and the USC Trojans face them in Friday’s Pac 12 Championship.

On his fingernails, he wrote “F— UTAH”, with a letter written on each finger – apart from the thumbs.

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USC Trojans No. 13 Caleb Williams stands in the pocket during the third quarter of the PAC-12 Championship football game against the Utah Utes at Allegiant Stadium on December 2, 2022 in Las Vegas, Nevada. The Utah Utes won 47-24.
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After the Utes blasted the Trojans, 47-24, to claim their second straight Pac 12 title, the Utes of course had to fight back.

The official Utah football Twitter account had fun trolling Williams and replaced his dig with a quick encore.

NOPE. 11 UTAH DOMINATES NO. 4 USC TO WIN PAC-12 TITLE, LIKELY TO BLUR COLLEGE FOOTBALL ELIMINATION RANKINGS

Williams moved cautiously in the second half. Head coach Lincoln Riley said Williams “wasn’t even 50 percent” after he “broke his hamstring” in the first quarter.

But the loss didn’t exactly fall on Williams. After taking a 17-3 lead early in the second quarter, they were outscored 44-7 for the rest of the game.

Utah Utes No. 10 Money Parks celebrates scoring a 57-yard touchdown against the USC Trojans during the third quarter of the Pac-12 Championship at Allegiant Stadium on December 2, 2022 in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Utah Utes No. 10 Money Parks celebrates scoring a 57-yard touchdown against the USC Trojans during the third quarter of the Pac-12 Championship at Allegiant Stadium on December 2, 2022 in Las Vegas, Nevada.
(David Becker/Getty Images)

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The Utes are now likely off to the Rose Bowl, where they would expect their Big 10 opponent on Jan. 2.

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