USC Trojans wide receiver Robert Woods' eight receptions in USC's 50-6 victory over the Colorado Buffaloes on Saturday were good enough to give the junior receiver the all-time mark for career receptions -- an impressive mark that was greeted with praise from around the Los Angeles and USC community.
Former USC receiver Keyshawn Johnson, and Los Angeles Clippers guard Chris Paul and forward Blake Griffin were among the sporting celebrities to wish Woods all the best after breaking the noteworthy record.
Woods, who has a year of eligibility remaining, has now compiled 220 catches during his USC career, eclipsing Dwayne Jarrett's old mark of 217 receptions. Woods' four touchdown catches against the Buffaloes also set a game record for USC receivers.
USC quarterback Matt Barkley also got in on the record-breaking action against Colorado, setting the career mark for touchdown passes for a Trojan, and eclipsing 100 touchdown passes in his time at the helm of the USC offense.