USC’s JuJu Smith-Schuster records career-long TD on crazy trick play

Trojans wide receiver Juju Smith-Schuster helped finish off an impressive trick play vs. Notre Dame on Saturday.

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Freshman USC WR Jalen Greene, who played quarterback in high school, helped his team record one of its most impressive plays of the season against Notre Dame on Saturday in South Bend.

After Trojans QB Cody Kessler flipped the ball to Greene, he found an open Smith-Schuster charging toward the end zone. Smith-Schuster caught the pass for a 75-yard score.

Greene reportedly played just one touch during last week’s loss to Washington before earning the start vs. Notre Dame. Reign of Troy reports Greene’s career passer rating at USC is now 655.6. 

Smith-Schuster recorded his career-long touchdown catch on the scoring play. Smith-Schuster also recorded a 71-yard touchdown earlier in the game, for USC’s first score.  

(h/t Pac-12 Network)

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