Caleb Williams
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USC Trojans quarterback Caleb Williams had social media abuzz as he rocked out during the women’s basketball game against Kansas on Monday night.

Cameras at one point picked up the Heisman Trophy winner having a good ol’ time as the music played during a timeout.

Williams likes to get decked out in eye-catching outfits and this appearance in the crowd was no different. He was sporting pink for his signature painted fingernails. And those were accompanied by pink lipstick and a bright pink phone case.

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Caleb Williams – Having A Grand Time

It’s safe to say that Caleb Williams’ look and vibe during the game generated interest on social media. That clip above has been viewed nearly 6 million times.

And why not? Who doesn’t love seeing people having a great time? Or well, maybe it was the pink that stood out.

Hilarious X user GhettoGronk called Williams a “bad bitch.”

Still, others objected to the look and made their voices heard as well.

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Loves To Paint His Fingernails

Caleb Williams last year explained why he does the fingernail painting thing. He suggests it’s just his way of expressing himself.

“I think the nails thing kind of took everybody by surprise,” Williams told People Magazine this past summer. “I’ve been doing it before college, but it took everybody by surprise, just because you don’t always see male athletes who play football paint their nails. But I think it’s just another way of expression.”

Still, he vowed that he was “gonna tone it down.”

Not sure adding pink lip gloss and a pink phone case is toning it down, but you do you, Caleb.

In his first season with USC, Williams led the Trojans to an 11-2 record and won the prestigious Heisman Trophy in 2022, becoming the seventh USC player to win the award and the first since Matt Leinart in 2004.

As for the game – USC defeated Kansas by a score of 73-55 to reach the Sweet 16.

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