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|Date & Time||Event||Location|
Nov 28, 2015
|USC Trojans vs. UCLA Bruins Football||Los Angeles, CA|
Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum
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Nov 28, 2015
|PARKING: USC Trojans vs. UCLA Bruins Football||Los Angeles, CA|
Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum Parking Lots
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When it comes to storied programs in college football, it's hard not to mention the USC Trojans. Wearing the cardinal and gold, the USC football team strikes fear into their opponents and make their fans line up for the chance to see some of the great moments that follow the program. If you want USC football tickets, you can find great seats available right here at TicketNetwork!
The USC Trojans football team was established in 1888, but it wasn't until 1912 that they took on the moniker Trojans. A member of the Pac-10 conference, USC gained national prominence in the 1920's. Taking the helm in 1925, head coach Howard Jones helped lead the program to one of its most successful stretches. Winning their first national title 1928, the USC Trojans earned the nickname the 'Thundering Herd', and went on to win three more titles during Jones' tenure (1931, 1932 and 1939).
In 1960, the Trojans entered another era of winning football when head coach John McKay took over. During his tenure as head coach, the USC Trojans saw two Heisman Trophy winners in Mike Garrett (1965) and O.J. Simpson (1968). He also helped lead the program to four more national championships. The first coming in 1962 and then three more coming in a seven year stretch (1967, 1972 and 1974).
After winning their 9th title in 1978, the USC Trojans went through the longest stretch before capturing their 10th. Under head coach Pete Carroll, the USC Trojans won the 10th and 11th national titles in consecutive years in 2003 and 2004. Known for his recruiting skills, three of Carroll's players have won Heisman Trophies in four years with Carson Palmer winning it in 2002, Matt Leinart in 2004 and Reggie Bush in 2005.