QB Miller Moss details his relationship with Lincoln Riley, and rivalry with Caleb Williams

USC Quarterback Miller Moss He wasn’t really sure what to expect when he heard the news Lincoln Riley He was leaving Oklahoma for USC in late November after the 2021 regular season ended.

Moss quickly learned that things at USC were about to change dramatically. Watch the redshirt-newman quarterback as Riley landed at the #1 rank in the Oklahoma Transfers Caleb Williams. Suddenly, Moss’ path to playtime in 2022 was turned upside down.

“Coach Riley will do whatever he sees fit to win the game,” Moss said. “He will do whatever it takes to win. He is not out to please anyone. He is to win matches.”

It would be shocking if Williams wasn’t the USC quarterback for the first week. Chris Trevino, the USC football team reporter at 247Sports, has Williams as the expected starting quarterback in the updated 2022 depth chart. But Moss is the obvious No. 2.

Riley’s relentless pursuit of victory forced him to make the difficult choice and sit on the bench Spencer Rattler Williams last year in Oklahoma. Moss certainly doesn’t tempt Williams to struggle or sit on the bench, but he plans to be ready at any moment because things can change quickly.

“As a footballer, as a midfielder, I have to stay ready for my shot when it comes,” Moss said. “I told (Riley) that. I told him that when the time came, I’d go out there and win you football matches. That’s the attitude you have to have regardless. I didn’t know Coach Riley very well. When he came, the few conversations we had were when Arrived on campus very positive.Obviously, to form a complete opinion about someone, you need a certain amount of time to build that relationship with them, so I think the conversations we had at the end of spring was more meaningful because we had time to work together.My relationship was Very positive. Caleb and I have a mutual understanding that if we have a positive relationship, it only benefits the team.”

Moss was a four-star nominee in the 2021 class. He had big performances from the likes of Auburn, Arkansas, Alabama, Georgia, LSU, Miami, Michigan, Oregon, Penn State, Tennessee, UCLA and more. After changing training, Moss could have made it to the transfer gate. Even after adding Williams, entering the transfer gate was completely normal. But he chose to stay.

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Moss said, “I love USC. I love being here. I love school, I love my friends, I love my teammates. Coach Riley was exceptional. I own it. I believe in myself I can make it work here. I’ll see it until I can’t.”

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