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The USC Trojans have one of the most famous and dominating histories in all of college football. The fame of USC football has always attracted a lot of eyes to the program and has been both good and bad for the team. USC has experienced a lot of controversies and criticism in the past and continually has the spotlight on the program. Love them or hate them, USC has been a historical staple of college football and should remain an elite program in the college football world.

USC had its first football team in 1888 and has taken off ever since. Early it was a struggle for USC to find a lot of competition because they were located on the west coast. In 1905, they had their first game against Stanford University who remains a rival to this day. USC also began to have games against current Pac 12 rivals like Cal, Oregon, Oregon State, and Arizona in their early beginnings. In the 1920’s and 1930’s USC football really started to develop itself as one of the most dominant football programs in the country. Two legendary coaches for USC during that time were Gus “Gloomy” Henderson and Howard Jones. Under Jones, the Trojans won 4 National Championships (1928, 1931, 1932, and 1939). Although USC experienced success throughout the 40’s and 50’s, they didn’t win another National Championship until 1962 under head coach John McKay. Under Mckay, USC won 3 other National Championships (1967, 1972, and 1974). The 80’s and 90’s for the Trojans saw a lot of success but not in terms of National Championships. The Trojans had successful winning seasons but couldn’t seem to beat a lot of their rivals which led to short coaching careers. The 2000’s began a new era for USC, especially beginning in 2001 where Pete Carroll was hired. Carol coached some of the best teams USC has ever had and the 2000’s USC team has been called the “Team of the Decade.” Carroll coached from 2001-2009 and never had a losing season. Carroll has coached some of the best teams to ever play for USC and led the Trojans to National Championships in 2003 and 2004. Carroll also led them to 6 Pac 12 Conference Championships and 7 bowl wins. Carroll had a 83-19 record at USC.

Although USC saw a lot of success in the early 2000’s, there has been a lot of speculation around those teams and controversies that have hurt the USC program. Recruiting and benefits infractions have caused setbacks to the USC program and image that are difficult to come back from. USC was ban from postseason play for a few years due to the findings of investigations into former USC teams. These bans began after the Carroll era and under new head coach Lane Kiffin who began in 2010. Kiffin coached until 2013 and had some success going 28-15 before he was fired. After the departure of Kiffin, USC saw a short stint from Steve Sarkisian as head coach before current head coach Clay Helton took over in 2015. Under Helton, USC believes that it can now be back in the national spotlight that it was in the past.

The USC Trojans have had some of the most high profile college football players to ever play. The USC program has also been called “Tailback U” because of the historically great players who have played halfback for the Trojans. USC has had 7 Heisman Trophy Winners in its history, the winners are: Mike Garrett (1965), OJ Simpson (1968), Charles White (1979), Marcus Allen (1981), Carson Palmer (2002), Matt Leinart (2004), and Reggie Bush in 2005 even though it he forfeited the honor in 2010 because of an NCAA investigation and speculation. USC has also featured great players that have gone on to be some of the best to ever play football. Some of the USC greats have been: Ronnie Lott, Junior Seau, Troy Polamalu, Lynn Swann, Anthony Davis, Keyshawn Johnson, Frank Gifford, Willie McGinest, Bruce Matthews, Clay Matthews, Mark Sanchez, Brian Cushing, Rey Maualuga, Ryan Kalil, and countless others who make the Trojans one of the most historical football teams in all of college football.

Although the flash and flare hasn’t been there the last few seasons, USC believes that it’s back on the rise and can once again be a power in college football. Under head coach Clay Helton, the Trojans believe that they have the pieces to win the Pac 12 and compete with the best college football has to offer.


Playing in the historic Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, the USC Trojans have one of the best college football atmospheres that is available. The history and tradition that USC has at its games is a one of a kind experience on game days. Tickets to USC games are often hard to come by so make sure to check out the great deals on Rukkus for USC Trojans Football tickets today.

USC Trojans Football Lineup

  • Darreus Rogers
  • Adoree' Jackson
  • Max Browne
  • Chris Hawkins
  • Cody Kessler
  • Josh Shaw
  • Steven Mitchell
  • George Farmer
  • Andrew Zolintakis
  • JuJu Smith
  • Jalen Greene
  • Hayes Pullard
  • Bryce Dixon
  • Kevon Seymour
  • Rahshead Johnson
  • Conner Sullivan
  • Nelson Agholor
  • Michael Bowman
  • Anthony Brown
  • Anthony Neyer
  • Alex Bridgford
  • Devian Shelton
  • Ajene Harris
  • Quinton Powell
  • Michael Hutchings
  • Larry Tuileta
  • Su'a Cravens
  • Justin Davis
  • Leon McQuay
  • Jonathan Lockett
  • Tre Madden
  • John Plattenburg
  • Stefan Smith
  • Elijah Steen
  • Lamont Simmons
  • Davonte Nunnery
  • James Toland
  • Gerald Bowman
  • David Mellstrom
  • Ryan Dillard
  • Christian Tober
  • Kevin Carrasco
  • D.J. Morgan
  • Soma Vainuku
  • Olajuwon Tucker
  • Kris Albarado
  • Adrian Johnson
  • Joe Harding
  • Javorius Allen
  • Matt Lopes
  • Jalen Jones
  • Jahleel Pinner
  • Matt Boermeester
  • Alex Wood
  • Pat Hart
  • Jabari Ruffin
  • Rob Dooley
  • Uchenna Nwosu
  • Malik Dorton
  • Christian Guzman
  • Charles Burks
  • Joey Krassenstein
  • Reid Budrovich
  • Wyatt Schmidt
  • Scott Felix
  • Taylor Ross
  • Brett Sarem
  • Scott Starr
  • Jack Basalari
  • Andre Heidari
  • Matt Miller
  • Connor Spears
  • Toa Lobendahn
  • Grant Moore
  • Joel Foy
  • Damien Mama
  • Delvon Simmons
  • Alex Moore
  • Reuben Peters
  • Lamar Dawson
  • Jordan Austin
  • Anthony Sarao
  • Nick Schlossberg
  • J.R. Tavai
  • Don Hill
  • Viane Talamaivao
  • Peter McBride
  • Khaliel Rodgers
  • Giovanni Di Poalo
  • Dane Stevens
  • Richie Wenzel
  • Erick Jepsen
  • Quinn Bassler
  • Jordan Simmons
  • Aundrey Walker
  • Chad Wheeler
  • Zach Banner
  • Nico Falah
  • Max Tuerk
  • Nathan Guertler
  • Chris Brown
  • Jeff Miller
  • Randall Telfer
  • George Katrib
  • Aaron Minor
  • Victor Blackwell
  • Robby Kolanz
  • Chris Willson
  • Jalen Cope-Fitzpatrick
  • Shane Sullivan
  • Claude Pelon
  • Teddy Baker
  • Zach Smith
  • Greg Townsend Jr.
  • Leonard Williams
  • Kenny Bigelow
  • Joey Augello
  • Christian Bradley
  • Cody Temple
  • Antwaun Woods

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Cheap USC Trojans Football Tickets

The events below have been the cheapest of the season. We've listed the starting (lowest) price for any ticket to the event.
$2.00 USC Trojans at Boston College Eagles Basketball — 12/21/2014
Silvio O. Conte Forum; Chestnut Hill, MA
$3.00 USC Trojans at Colorado Buffaloes Basketball — 01/04/2015
Coors Events Center; Boulder, CO
$5.00 Army Black Knights at USC Trojans Basketball — 12/13/2014
Galen Center; Los Angeles, CA
$5.00 USC Trojans at Oregon Ducks Basketball — 01/22/2015
Matthew Knight Arena; Eugene, OR
$5.00 Loyola Marymount Lions at USC Trojans Basketball — 12/03/2014
Galen Center; Los Angeles, CA
$5.00 Cal State Fullerton Titans at USC Trojans Basketball — 11/25/2014
Galen Center; Los Angeles, CA
$5.00 Tennessee Tech Golden Eagles at USC Trojans Basketball — 11/17/2014
Galen Center; Los Angeles, CA
$5.00 Portland State Vikings at USC Trojans Basketball — 11/15/2014
Galen Center; Los Angeles, CA
$5.00 SIU Edwardsville Cougars at USC Trojans Basketball — 12/21/2015
Galen Center; Los Angeles, CA
$5.00 Utah State Aggies at USC Trojans Basketball — 12/07/2014
Galen Center; Los Angeles, CA

Best and Most Expensive USC Trojans Football Tickets

The events below have been the most expensive of the season. Their starting prices are listed to the left.
$8,024.00Advocare Cowboys Classic: Alabama Crimson Tide at USC Trojans — 09/03/2016
AT&T Stadium; Arlington, TX
$137.00USC Trojans at UCLA Bruins Football — 11/22/2014
Rose Bowl; Pasadena, CA
$136.00USC Trojans at UCLA Bruins Football — 11/19/2016
Rose Bowl; Pasadena, CA
$135.00UCLA Bruins at USC Trojans Football — 11/28/2015
LA Coliseum; Los Angeles, CA
$121.00National University Holiday Bowl: USC Trojans vs. Wisconsin Badgers — 12/30/2015
Qualcomm Stadium; San Diego, CA
$115.00USC Trojans at Notre Dame Fighting Irish Football — 10/17/2015
Notre Dame Stadium; South Bend, IN
$106.00Notre Dame Fighing Irish at USC Trojans Football — 11/26/2016
LA Coliseum; Los Angeles, CA
$101.00USC Trojans at Utah Utes Football — 10/25/2014
Rice Eccles Stadium; Salt Lake City, UT
$90.00USC Trojans at Stanford Cardinal Football — 09/17/2016
Stanford Stadium; Palo Alto, CA
$82.00Oregon Ducks at USC Trojans Football — 11/05/2016
LA Coliseum; Los Angeles, CA