USC Spring Game – A Treasured Tradition

New Season- New Beginnings

The PAC-12 is ready to welcome back the fearless USC Trojans who finished up last season with an amazing 10-2 record.  Head coach Lane Kiffin is back and alongside him is starting quarterback Matt Barkley on his quest for the Heisman Trophy and a national title in 2012.

Join us and 17,000 other Trojan fans on Saturday as we welcome the new team and carry on a treasured tradition by attending the Annual Spring Game.

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We will head up early to enjoy the USC Tailgate that starts at 10 a.m. on the USC campus.  This is the first tailgate of the season.  This is a free event and everyone is welcome. USC will supply the hot coals and condiments and you bring whatever you want to eat and drink.

Tailgate runs until approximately 1 p.m. then a quick walk to coliseum for 1:30 game time.  Tailgate is free and will be full of Trojan spirit.  The kids love going on campus, you can read about our in season gameday tradition here. Visit the USC Alumni Association Facebook page for more details.

Date – Saturday, April 14 at 1:30 p.m.

Location – Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum

Gameday Tickets – $10 each – kids under 12 free Click here for tickets.

How GameDay will Roll:  The USC Trojans offensive team scores points as a traditional football offense, that is by scoring touchdowns and field goals. The defensive team scores three points every time it stops the offense on downs or if the offense attempts a field goal and misses it. The defense scores five points for every forced turnover, and seven points for a defensive touchdown.  In 2011, the defense won the 2011 spring game 42-29.

Hope to see you there!  Fight On!

 

 


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