Current USC football season ticket holders have until Saturday, Feb. 28, to renew their tickets for the 2015 season. Season tickets are also on sale for fans who did not have season tickets in 2014.
Tickets for all seven home games are priced as low as $295. For ticket information, go to usctrojans.com/tickets or call 213-740-GO SC (213-740-6472).
USC’s 2015 home schedule features seven games in the Coliseum, including meetings with crosstown rival UCLA, traditional Bay Area rival Stanford and a Thursday night contest against Washington. Six of those home foes played in bowl games this season.
The Trojans will open their 2015 season with three consecutive home games, first against Sun Belt members Arkansas State on Sept. 5 of Labor Day weekend and then Idaho on Sept. 12 before hosting Stanford on Sept. 19 in the Pac-12’s first conference game of 2015.
USC then has a Thursday night home game on Oct. 8 against Washington, the team that USC head coach Steve Sarkisian previously guided for five seasons. It will be just the third non-Thanksgiving or non-bowl Thursday game USC has played in the Coliseum.
USC hosts Utah on Oct. 24 as part of Trojan Family Weekend. Following that is Homecoming/Reunion Weekend, featuring the Nov. 7 home game against reigning Pac-12 South Division champion Arizona. USC concludes its 2015 regular season by hosting crosstown foe UCLA in a Thanksgiving weekend clash on Nov. 28.
USC will feature record-setting quarterback Cody Kessler, a Heisman Trophy candidate, exciting young players like cornerback-wide receiver-returner Adoree’ Jackson and wide receiver JuJu Smith and All-Pac-12 first team veterans like outside linebacker-safety Su’a Cravens and center Max Tuerk.
The Coliseum recently was named by Stadium Journey magazine as providing one of the three best college football fan experiences in the nation.
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