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USC Vs. Washington Football: Robert Woods Closing In On School Receiving Records

Heading into Saturday's game against the Washington Huskies, USC Trojans wide receiver Robert Woods looks to continue his climb to the top of the school record book. Woods has had an amazing season so far, averaging 10 catches and nearly 125 yards per contest, with 11 touchdowns in nine games.

Woods has caught at least eight passes in eight of nine games this season, but last season against the Huskies he was shutout. Woods didn't catch a single pass in that game, a 32-31 loss by USC, though Woods did return six kickoffs for 163 yards.

Woods needs five catches to tie Mike WIlliams for second-most catches by a Trojan in a single season, and 12 catches to match Keyshawn Johnson, who had 102 catches in 1995. Here is how Woods ranks on the USC single-season pass catching lists:

Receptions

Keyshawn Johnson (1995), 102
Mike Williams (2003), 95
Dwayne Jarrett (2005), 91
Robert Woods (2011), 90

Receiving Yards

Johnnie Morton (1993), 1,520
Keyshawn Johnson (1995), 1,434
Keyshawn Johnson (1994), 1,362
Mike Williams (2003), 1,314
Dwayne Jarrett (2005), 1,274
Mike Williams (2002), 1,265
Robert Woods (2011), 1,123

Receiving Touchdowns

Mike Williams (2003), 16
Dwayne Jarrett (2005), 16
Johnnie Morton (1993), 14
Mike Williams (1993), 14
Dwayne Jarrett (2004), 13
Dwayne Jarrett (2006), 12
Robert Woods (2011), 11

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