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6/26/15 - Phil Steele has ranked the USC Trojans football team number three in the college football world. Being one of the most widely trusted sources, Steele's prediction certainly is exciting for fans. The Trojans were placed behind the TCU Horned Frogs and Ohio State, who are the defending champions. Coach Chris Wilson intends to push them a little further with some more recruitments. Could this be the Trojans' year? Many suspect they have a real shot at taking the championship. With just more than two months before the season kicks off, they definitely have their work cut out for them. The season opener is September 5th and USC has their first home game on the 12th. You can already secure your spot in the sidelines for as little as $62.
10/31/14 - On Saturday, your USC Trojans bounced back from their heartbreaking last second loss at #19 Utah with a resounding victory over the Washington State Cougars. Though their loss at Utah all but knocked out the Trojans from playoff contention, there is still much to play for in this 2014 season. USC sits only a half-game behind the Pac 12 South leading Arizona State Sun Devils with plenty of football left to be played. Come out to beautiful Los Angeles Coliseum to cheer on USC Trojans Football for the last two home games of the 2014 season. With wins at home against the California Golden Bears and the #10 Notre Dame Fighting Irish, your Trojans can stay in the hunt for the Pac 12 South crown and a berth in the Pac 12 Championship game. Razorgator has seats starting at just $24.
9/17/14 - The USC Trojans head into College Football Week 4 with an unanticipated 2-1 record. Southern California rocketed off to a strong start with a blow-out victory over Fresno State, followed by a momentous win over rival Stanford in Week 2. USC dropped the ball last Saturday, however, when they allowed Boston College to run away with a 37-31 win. Are you ready to rebound with the Trojans? Score USC Football tickets and see them go to work against Oregon State next Saturday. Get into the LA Coliseum on 9/27 for as little as $35.
8/6/14 – USC Trojans Football will be back in less than 30 days! The players have suited up to start fall camp, but what have you done to start the 2014 season? Buy your USC Football tickets today and see the Trojans take on Fresno State Aug. 30. Last year, Lane Kiffin and company closed their season (and USC careers) against the Bulldogs in the Las Vegas Bowl. Now, head coach Sarkisian will host the same team at the Coliseum for the very first game of his Trojan tenure. Don’t miss out on the big day and get a first look at this revamped Pac 12 powerhouse with USC vs. Fresno State tickets for as little as $46.
7/20/14 - #FightOn or fuel on? The NCAA is now allowing schools to provide student-athletes with “enhanced fueling plans” (or simply, nutrition), and USC Trojans Football is one of the first programs to implement this new system that costs upwards of $1 million per year. The media will find out more about these added benefits this week, when USC Trojans Football hits the stand during Pac-12 media days. Head coach Steve Sarkisian, alongside quarterback Cody Kessler and defensive lineman Leonard Williams, will answer to reporters and media on July 23. The true answers will be told on the football field, when USC takes on Fresno State at the Coliseum. Buy Fresno State Bulldogs vs. USC Trojans Football tickets for as little as $42 on Aug. 30.
6/26/14 – Last week, ESPN ranked the best school programs by positions, and USC was named “Wide Receiver U.” The Trojans have seen a plethora of WRs selected in the NFL Draft since 2001, capping off at a monstrous 11. Among these include Mike Williams, Dwayne Jarrett, Steve Smith, Robert Woods and most recently, Marqise Lee. See if USC can keep up this offensive onslaught in the receiving corps under new head coach Sarkisian when they take on Stanford on Sept 6. Will the summer wrinkles be ironed out before they storm Palo Alto to face first-year defensive coordinator Derek Mason? Can the Trojans smash Cardinal spirit like last year’s BCS bid-ending game at the Coliseum? Buy USC Trojans tickets now and get into this exciting rematch for as little at $105.
6/16/14 - Brains and brawn! This week, former USC player Dick Nunis because the third Trojan to be inducted into the Academic Hall of Fame. He joins USC legends Pat Haden and John Naber in the illustrious 127-member Academic Hall. Also receiving an upgrade is the home of USC football, the Coliseum. Fan enhancements include on-field suites, premium club seats, more dining and tailgate options, and in-game viewing content among numerous other upgrades the legendary stadium will debut this summer. Get your USC Trojans tickets now and watch football like royalty in 2014!
6/5/14 – At an average price of $146, USC Trojans tickets are the 16th most expensive in the NCAA. Kickoff times for two of the Trojans homes games have been announced: Steve Sarkisian’s coaching debut against Fresno State (avg. $115) will kickoff at 4:30PM and Family Weekend vs. Cal (avg. $116) will begin at 6PM at the LA Coliseum. Last year, Troy defeated the Bulldogs in the Las Vegas Bowl to finish their 2013 campaign. Local times for road games at Stanford and Boston College were also announced for 12:30PM and 8PM respectively. Game times are subject to change, so check back regularly for up-to-date information.
5/20/14 – Trojan standout Marqise Lee was the first former player to go in the 2014 NFL draft, selected in the second round. Marcus Martin and Devon Kennard will also be missed from the roster; look for WR Darreus Rogers, C Max Tuerk, and JR. Tavai to step up and fill holes. Don’t miss the home-opener against Fresno State (avg. $111) and check out these up-and-comers under Saturday night lights. Pac-12’s Oregon State (avg. $111), Arizona State (avg. $115), Colorado (avg. $114), and Cal (avg. $117) will all make an appearance at the Los Angeles Coliseum this year. The regular season will come to a close against rival Notre Dame in the most expensive game of the year at home (avg. $294). Following the hiring of Lane Kiffin to the Alabama coaching staff, the Trojans and Crimson Tide are in current discussions of a football game in 2016.
4/22/14 – New coach Steve Sarkisian announced that Cody Kessler would be the starting quarterback for the USC Trojans this season. The RS Junior finished with 20 touchdowns and seven interceptions last fall and will lead the storied program in a hurry-up, no-huddle style of offense. Sarkisian is familiar with the Pac-12 foes, previously coaching with both Pete Carroll and Lane Kiffin at USC and then taking the reins at Washington for five years. Four conference opponents will visit the Los Angeles Coliseum this season, in addition to non-conference rival Notre Dame. Grab your USC Trojans football tickets now and watch what twist Sarkisian has put on the offense as well as how the ten redshirt freshman will stack up in the 2014 campaign!
2/4/14 - The Trojans certainly had a winning season: finishing 10-4 (6-3 Pac 12), tying for second in the division, defeating Fresno State in the Las Vegas Bowl and ultimately ranking #19 in the nation. The USC Trojans sent off WR Marqise Lee (projected first-round pick) and center Marcus Martin to the NFL Draft. The Trojans only have 15 commitments, but about half is comprised of four-star talents (including OG Viane Talamaivao), and USC is projected to make big moves come National Signing Day: with top recruits Damien Mama, Adoree Jackson and John “Juju” Smith considering the SoCal private school (as well as city rival UCLA). Former Huskies HC Steve Sarkisian should provide the team some much-needed stability since the dismissal of Lane Kiffin early in the 2013 season. Keep your eyes on USC, especially during the upcoming signing-day showdown!
Since the departure under a cloud of suspicion of Pete Carroll to the Seattle Seahawks, the last few seasons have been a struggle for the USC Trojans. 2013 proved to be somewhat of an odd year as well; though the Trojans broke the 10-win plateau, they did so under three different coaches – Lane Kiffin started the year but was fired five games in; followed by interim coach Ed Orgeron, who turned the team around; and Clay Helton, who coached the final games, and then stayed on as offensive coordinator when Steve Sarkisian was hired. Sarkisian is a local, though his football career took him first to Brigham Young, then north of the border to Saskatchewan for his short pro career.
11/6/13- After their 31-14 crushing of Oregon State over the weekend, SC moves on to play Cal on the road, another viable victory, which will give the Trojans some ownership of the Pac-12 South Title. As long as they muster one win in their last four games, USC will be bowl eligible! (For now, the Trojans are projected to enter the Las Vegas Bowl.) In their last game of the season, the Trojans are pitted against cross-city rivals, UCLA, who are also trailing Arizona for the leadership in the division—tickets for the always sold-out match start at $93 and go as high as $681. With a possible three-way tie on the horizon, things sure are heating up in the Pac-12 South!
The biggest changes to the USC Football program are their future schedule and stadium. The Trojans will fight on against Notre Dame Fighting Irish Football and BYU, extending their series through 2023 with the Fighting Irish and adding a three-game series for the 2019, 2021, and 2023 seasons with the Cougars. In addition, USC will renovate the Los Angeles Coliseum which hosted the 1932 and 1984 Summer Olympics and has been the Trojan’s home since 1923.
As for 2013, the USC Trojan Football team is looking to rebound from last year and prove that they are still an elite program. The USC Football roster boasts great potential with top freshmen recruits and talent including WR Marqise Lee who was named Sporting News #2 player in College Football. The question mark remains on the Trojans defense — USC lost first-team All-Conference performers in safety T.J. McDonald and cornerback Nickell Robey to the NFL. It will be up to Freshman Defensive Player of the Year Dion Bailey (who was recently moved to Safety by Coach Lane Kiffin) and Linebackers Hayes Pullard and Devon Kennard to lead the group of youngsters. The Trojans roster will also miss former starting QB Matt Barkley who was lost to the NFL Draft as well. The Trojan football team will first be tested in Hawaii, where USC will play former Coach Norm Chow and his team, Hawaii Warriors Football. Tickets to the Trojan's first road game are averaging $140, the most expensive game on the Warriors schedule.
USC will open the season at the Los Angeles Coliseum against Pac-12 opponent, Washington State Cougars. Five of the Trojans seven home games will be played against teams in the Conference. The most expensive games on the USC football schedule will come in the latter half, Stanford Cardinal vs. USC Trojans Football tickets are averaging $149 while the cross-town rivalry between UCLA Bruins and USC is averaging $198. UCLA vs. USC tickets are the most expensive on the USC Trojans schedule. Last year, the Bruins defeated the Trojans for the first time in six years. Despite the rise of the UCLA football program, the USC Trojans still have the most expensive Collegiate program in Los Angeles. USC game tickets cost an average of $116, just $1 more than the NCAA Football national average. Last season, USC football tickets were one of the top 10 most expensive tickets in College Football.