- $10 for Tier 3 seating (up to $22 value)
- $15 for Tier 2 seating (up to $26 value)
- $20 for Tier 1 seating (up to $35 value)
- Available games: Thursday, January 28, at 7:30 p.m. (Washington State) or Sunday, February 21, at 3 p.m. (Utah)
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The Scouting Report
Every young, up-and-coming team needs a signature victory to cement its place among the best. On January 9, the Trojans got theirs. It took four overtimes and more than 200 combined points, but the Trojans knocked off the no. 7 Arizona Wildcats 103–101 to prove that they’re the real deal. The win also moved USC’s record at home to 11–0 for the first time since 1974—back when referees wore rollerskates and disco shorts.
Much of the impressive start to the season stems from the team’s up-tempo style of play, especially on an offense that averages 84 points per game. Leading the charge, sophomore Jordan McLaughlin has improved in nearly every stat category this season after earning Pac-12 All-Freshman honors last year. As they move forward with their eyes set on March, the team will have to keep up the pace, especially against familiar opponents such as Utah and Washington State.
University of Southern California Trojans
USC's student athletes have a proud history of winning, and not just in collegiate sports. They also dominate in international competition at the highest level. Since the Trojans sent their first athlete to the Summer Games in 1904, they've won 587 medals, including at least one gold medal in every Games since 1912. If USC were its own country, it would have the 16th-most medals of any nation, but still no standing army to defend the podium from jealous fourth-place finishers.
Trojans' accolades at home are just as impressive. The football team commands an all-time record above .700, winning more than 30 bowl games and as many conference championships. All in all, USC teams have won 97 men's national titles and 25 women's, more than all but two other schools in the country.