With the April 25 Trojan Huddle quickly approaching, here's a tip sheet of pertinent info for fans planning on attending the annual end-of-spring scrimmage at the Coliseum:
Tickets cost $10, with USC students and kids under 12 getting in for free. Buy your tickets at the gate or online.
The Trojans will take the field slightly before 1 p.m., and the scrimmage itself will begin around 1:30. The Huddle usually last until around 3:30 p.m.
Parking will be available in the Coliseum lots for $10. Gates 1 and 4 will open at noon, one hour prior to the scrimmage. Seating is first-come, first-served, so if you arrive closer to noon, you'll have your pick of prime seats.
Bounce houses for kids will be set up in the east end zone (where the Sun Deck usually is). Also, player schedule cards will be sold for $5 per pack and a garage sale of unused team apparel will take place at the Coliseum prior to the Huddle.
Normal concession stands will be operating during the Huddle.
All players will be available for autographs in the south concourse following the Huddle.
How many people will be there?
Officials are estimating around 20,000 fans will attend. In 2008, 22,000 fans attended the Huddle, while 15,000 came in 2006 (no numbers were available for 2007).