LOS ANGELES ---When Robert Woods got the call on Monday night, he immediately had to stop what he was doing.
He was in the middle of a Twitter war of words with UCLA freshman defensive back Randall Goforth. Or so he thought.
Apparently Goforth's Twitter account was hacked and sent out a tweet directed to Woods saying "We will beat you guys on November 17th. Believe the hype."
That tweet drew the ire of Woods. Eventually Marqise Lee chimed in as did plenty of USC and UCLA fans. The back and forth between the players lasted close to two hours before Woods issued a final tweet: "No more tweets for me lol got that (call)"
The call came from head coach Lane Kiffin telling his star wide receiver to get off of Twitter.
Kiffin had just ended a conversation with UCLA head coach Jim Mora, who told him about the Twitter spat.
"I give Jim Mora credit. Jim called me last night," Kiffin said. "I didn't know anything about it, I was just working.
"A player had come to them to say somebody ...