USC Trojans Football

The USC Trojans football is a football program. This program is conducted at the University of Southern California which also represents the sport of American football. Furthermore,  the football team also competes in the South Division of the Pac-12 Conference (Pac-12) as well as the Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS) of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA).


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The Trojans have played football since 1988 from their football team. The team is also the winner of 11 consensus Division I Football National Championships. They have won over 830 matches since their establishment.  Furthermore, USC has had around 13 undefeated seasons with 8 perfect seasons. They are also the title holders of  39 conference championships. Furthermore, they have produced 7 Heisman Trophy winners, as well as 81 first-team Consensus All-Americans. The program has also produced 500 NFL draft picks and  27 Unanimous selections, which is the most of any universities.

The Trojans have made around 52 bowl appearances. Furthermore, the program has the highest all-time post-season winning percentage of schools. It also has a record of 34–18 along with 25 or more bowl appearances.  Furthermore, the team plays its home games in the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum which is located in the University Park, Los Angeles campus, across the Exposition Park Rose Garden. The stadium stands tall in its 100 years glory.

USC football Head Coaches

The USC football Head Coaches from 1888 till present are Henry H. Goddard & Frank H. Suffel (1888), Lewis R. Freeman (1897), Clair S. Tappaan (1901), John Walker (1903), Harvey Holmes (1904–1907), William I. Traeger (1908), Dean Cromwell (1909–1910), (1916–1918), Ralph Glaze (1914–1915), Gus Henderson (1919–1924), Howard Jones (1925–1940), Sam Barry (1941), Jeff Cravath (1942–1950), Jess Hill (1951–1956), Don Clark (1957–1959), John McKay (1960–1975), John Robinson (1976–1982), (1993–1997), Ted Tollner (1983–1986), Larry Smith (1987–1992), Paul Hackett (1998–2000), Pete Carroll (2001–2009), Lane Kiffin (2010–2013), Ed Orgeron (2013), Clay Helton (2013), (2015–present), and Steve Sarkisian (2014–2015)

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Furthermore, the all-time USC Football Team that was chosen by Athlon Sports in 2001 are listed below:


  • WR: Lynn Swann 71-73
  • WR: Keyshawn Johnson 92-95
  • TE: Hal Bedsole 61-63
  • OL: (Ron Yary 65-67, Tay Brown 30-32, Tony Boselli 91-94, John Baker 29-31, OL: Brad Budde 76-79, Anthony Muñoz 76-79, Bruce Matthews 80-82)
  • QB: Pat Haden 72-74
  • RB: (Mike Garrett 63-65, O.J. Simpson 67-68, Charles White 76-79, Marcus Allen 78-81)
  • PK: Quin Rodriguez 87-90

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  • DL:( Ernie Smith 30-32, Tim Ryan 86-89, Harry Smith 37-39)
  • Aaron Rosenberg 31-33
  • LB: (Chris Claiborne 96-98, Richard Wood 72-74, Jack Del Rio 81-84, Junior Seau 88-89)
  • DB: (Ronnie Lott 77-80, Morley Drury 25-27, Mark Carrier 87-89, Tim McDonald 83-86
  • P: Des Koch 51-53