Dixon, the starting quarterback for the Pennsylvania squad connected with his Spartan teammate Williams on a pair of electrifying plays tnat ingnited the crowd.
With the Ohio squad up 10-0, Dixon hit Williams on a slant route and he eluded tacklers to take it the distance for a touchdown to cut the deficit to three.
"I really didn't expect all this to happen," said Williams, in the post game press conference. "It was shocking."
It was certainly a shock to the Ohio squad who could only watch on helplessly as Williams did it again, catching a deep corner route from backup quarterback Pat Devlin from 25-yards out for another score.
Williams, who was named the game's Most Valuable Player wasn't done. He hauled in another TD pass in the opposite corner, his third of the game after an Ohio turnover to briefly put the Pennsylvania squad into a four-point lead.
Williams ended the game with three touchdown passes and 151 total yards to lead all players in the contest.
Dixon went 5-of-8 for 155 yards and two touchdowns and also rushed for a Drew Stanton-like 44 yards. Williams and Dixon's Pennsylvania squad won the contest 61-42, the highest scoring contest in the game's history.