The USC Trojans are bowl eligible for the 2012 season. This means skyhigh ticket prices, right? Surprisingly, this is not the case. The Trojans’ ticket prices are actually lower than they were last season, when they were ineligible for any bowl games.
USC has two of the biggest games of their season in front of their home crowd in 2012. USC battles for Pac-12 supremacy when they play the Oregon Ducks on November 3. USC then squares off against the Notre Dame Fighting Irish in a classic rivalry on November 24. USC is touted to be a contender in 2012, yet it is puzzling that their ticket prices have dropped after they have served their NCAA violation. USC was hit with a two-year suspension from bowl games and scholarship cuts. USC was found guilty of bribing both football and basketball players, most noteably Reggie Bush and O.J. Mayo.
There is great pressure, expectation, and skepticism swirling around the Coliseum. Matt Barkley is a premiere quarterback, but are the Trojans championship worthy? These lowered prices may also speak to the strength of Oregon and Notre Dame this season. Regardless of the cause for lowered ticket prices, this is an ideal time to see the Trojans fight on!
2012 USC Football Tickets and Home Schedule
|2012 USC Football Schedule||Date||Price Range|
|Hawaii at USC Football Tickets||9/1/12||$53 – $420|
|California at USC Football Tickets||9/22/12||$68 – $450|
|Colorado at USC Football Tickets||10/20/12||$38 – $395|
|Oregon at USC Football Tickets||11/3/12||$116 – $1411|
|Arizona St at USC Football Tickets||11/10/12||$35 – $490|
|Notre Dame at USC Football Tickets||11/24/12||$136 – $950|