USC Trojans Pasadena Tickets
It is that time of year again when the University of Southern California (USC) Trojans battle it out on the football field against their bitter cross-town rivals, the University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) Bruins. It has been over eighty years since the first time these teams played against each other and it is now among the most intense rivalries in college football. They are located in the same city and even shared their football stadium till the Bruins relocated. Both of them have historically been among the most successful and imposing football teams in the country. So book your USC Trojans Pasadena tickets and head on down to the Rose Bowl to watch these two rivals fight for the bragging rights.
The USC Trojans and the UCLA Bruins are located in the same city and are only twelve miles apart from each other. The two have a rivalry that has spanned over a period of eighty years. Sold out stadiums, exciting football games and some amazing football talent is the order of the day when they square-off. The Trojans will be looking at the game as a major stepping stone in their quest to make an impact this season under their new head coach. So this is your chance to buy the USC Trojans Pasadena tickets and enjoy this cross-town rivalry live at the Rose Bowl.
The USC Trojans first fielded a football team in 1888 and have since become one of the most dominant forces in college football. They have claimed over eleven national championships and have twice in their history won it in back to back seasons. The Trojans have also lifted the conference title on a whopping thirty six occasions. Additionally they have had over eighty players selected as All-Americans and have produced six Heisman Trophy winners as well. The Trojans have made it to an incredible forty nine postseason bowl games and have won thirty two of those encounters.
In their hundred and twenty six years history, the USC Trojans have been a force to be reckoned with. They are out to make a mark this time around as well and what better way to do that, than in a game against UCLA, their most hated rivals.
It promises to be another cracking clash between these two behemoths.