After a strange series of events in the last seconds of the first half, the Trojans' head coach was furious.
Coach Lincoln Riley of the Trojans was enraged by a weird officiating error that occurred late in the first half of Saturday's USC-Arizona game and caused the clock to expire
With 45 seconds remaining in the second quarter and USC leading 17-13, the Trojans offense took over at their own 33-yard line after the defense forced a turnover on downs.
Star quarterback Caleb Williams completed three of his four passes to advance USC 57 yards, including a 34-yard pass to receiver Brenden Rice with five seconds left at the Arizona 9-yard line.
The Trojans' momentum was halted after gaining an important first down when officials decided to re-spot the ball after the game clock had started.
Williams could have spiked the ball to stop the clock in time for one more play, but time ran out in the first half before he could.