USC playmaker JuJu Smith-Schuster gave a Stanford defensive back an iron stiff arm during Saturday night’s Pac-12 championship game. 

Ya gotta love conference championship Saturday! So much is on the line in college football tonight, and it seems to bring out the best in players. Okay, maybe not so much in the case of this Stanford defender, but let’s stop and admire this punishing stiff arm from USC wide receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster.

You almost have to feel bad for the Stanford player. Somewhere his friends and family are surely watching, probably covering their eyes. I mean, he just got tossed aside with ease. Shake it off young fella.

USC probably won’t be playing in the second annual College Football Playoff, but you wouldn’t know it judging by plays like this. It just goes to show you the passion these young men play with, and their never ending will to win.

While Stanford and USC may be several hours away from each other, these two California foes are surely going for more than just a conference title. This game means bragging rights. Trojan fans are going to be hyped over this WWE kind of move, at least while they have the chance.

If I’m USC, this is one of the first things I’m going to put in my recruitment video.

Fight on, JuJu.

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