Williams back to wild ways

USC freshman defensive tackle Leonard Williams had a standout game for the Trojans as he grabbed the first interception of his career. Williams spoke with FOX Sports NEXT following the Trojans' 38-17 win over ASU.

LOS ANGELES, Calif. – USC freshman defensive tackle Leonard Williams can't be tamed.

Okay, maybe he can (see Arizona and Oregon), but not for long.

Williams got back to his wild ways on Saturday with No. 21 USC hosting Arizona State.

The freshman defensive tackle made six tackles, the most of any player on the defensive line, sacked ASU quarterback Taylor Kelly and even grabbed the first interception of his young USC career.

"The ball came right to me," he said of the pick, "then everything went in slow motion."

Williams says after the poor showing from the Trojans' defense the last two weeks the unit decided to change their mindset and refused to let "that" happen to them again.

The defense held ASU to just 250 yards.

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Kevin Carden contributed to this video.

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