USC's record-breaking game
USC's win over Colorado on Saturday was the Matt Barkley-Robert Woods Show. Records fell left and right.
Barkley became the first quarterback in the Pac-12 to throw 100 career touchdown passes, breaking Matt Leinart's record. Barkley finished the game with 102 career TD passes. Here's the historic moment:
Barkley also tied his own school record by throwing six TD passes in a single game, which he set last year in Colorado. Continuing the trend, Robert Woods broke a school record with his fourth touchdown catch of the game on this play:
And on top of all of that, Barkley went 19 for 20 (95 percent) and set the single-game completion percentage record in any game with 15 completions, previously held by Washington's Tom Flick (16-17 in 1980). Barkley completed the game with a 319.16 passer rating to break the Pac-12 record for passing efficiency set by UCLA's Drew Olson in 2005.
We're not done. Woods' 217th career reception to broke Dwayne Jarrett's school record. Here's Woods' record-setter:
Collectively, USC finished it off by setting a school record with seven touchdown passes in a single-game.
Major props to both men. It's a good day when you are congratulated in a video at halftime by the likes of Chris Paul, Blake Griffin, Landon Donovan, Keyshawn Johnson, Matt Leinart, Carson Palmer and Pete Carroll!