2012 USC Football Schedule


For the first time since 2009, the USC football season can end in postseason glory, but the Trojans will have to work through a daunting 12-game regular season slate before a possible Pac-12 Championship and/or bowl game. 

USC will host showdowns against Oregon, Notre Dame, Cal, Colorado and Arizona State after a non-conference opener versus Norm Chow's Hawaii.  The Trojans will travel to New Jersey to take on Syracuse and then Stanford, Utah, Washington, Arizona and UCLA.

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The team's road mettle will be tested early in the campaign with four trips in five games after the Coliseum opener, including a Thursday night affair in Utah on October 4.  The always tricky Pac-12 road opener will be a revenge game in Palo Alto against a Stanford team which has won three straight over the Trojans. 

As opposed to last season, USC should avoid the winter freeze.  The Trojans will not leave Los Angeles in the month of November when they welcome Rose Bowl champions Oregon  and a Thanksgiving weekend rivalry contest against Notre Dame.

Due to the Pac-12 schedule rotation, USC will not play Northwest foes Washington State or Oregon State unless they meet in the Pac-12 Championship Game on Friday, November 30. 

Game times and television plans for the 2012 USC schedule will be determined at a later date.

2012 Full Schedule

Sept. 1 - Hawaii
Sept. 8 - @Syracuse (East Rutherford, N.J.)
Sept. 15 - @Stanford
Sept. 22 - California
Oct. 4 (Th.) - @Utah
Oct. 13 - @Washington
Oct. 20 - Colorado
Oct. 27 - @Arizona
Nov. 3 - Oregon
Nov. 10 - Arizona State
Nov. 17 - @UCLA
Nov. 24 - Notre Dame 


This seems like a good and testy schedule because we play stanford so early in the year so it will show what is up with us for this year. I think were headed to Miami this year! :D

Do you have any USC football camps coming up for high school football players.

You forgot to put the date of the national championship! Trojan dominance returns in 2012!! #Barkley4Heisman

Does anyone know when USC's homecoming game is? Which date?

Same goes for parent's weekend. Has the date been announced? We have an incoming freshman. Thanks.

Actually, Stanford should be by far easier than this year. With Andrew Luck leaving and a whole bunch of the offensive tackles and linebackers declaring for the draft, the offense will not only need a new leader but also another pin-point accurate arm. We know from the Fiesta Bowl that Stanford can run the ball. However, with the our defense maturing and with their now inexperienced offensive line, it is very very likely that we can shut them down on this aspect of the game. The toughest game again should be Oregon. If LaMichael James stays/remains healthy and the Ducks quarterback continues to improve, they can pack quite a punch. ASU and Notre Dame shouldn't be counted out either.

When will Homecoming 2012 be? I am guessing either the Oregon or the ASU game, right?

we goin undefeated this year usc territory all day

good to see the opener is later in the day (4:30) rather than in the mid day sun.Noted only 1 of 6 games has a time at this writing. I hope our late games are in the afternoon and not at night. If they schedule the games for television....I will watch them on television.

I live in the immediate Portland, Oregon area and I am wondering what radio station will be broadcasting USC Trojan football up here this year? Any idea?


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