USC quarterback Caleb Williams wins capping Heisman Trophy

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USC quarterback Caleb Williams was a freshman backup at Oklahoma,

Now, the 20-year-old is a Heisman Trophy winner.

Williams received 544 first-place votes. His 2,031 points easily beat Duggan, who finished second. Stroud was third and Bennett was third.

Through 13 games this season, the former five-star recruit from the Washington, DC, area dazzled with his play,

Throwed for 4,075 yards and 37 touchdowns and rushed for 372 yards and 10 touchdowns, throwing only four interceptions.

He did this with displays of consistent efficiency and a series of highlight plays that impressed teammates,

Coaches and fans were left in awe. His creativity and foresight almost never had to fumble the ball when plays broke down.