USC and Notre Dame have extended their long-standing, cross-country football series through the 2023 season, maintaining the traditionally scheduled dates for the meeting of both schools. The Trojans will continue to host the Fighting Irish on Thanksgiving weekend in even-numbered years and will pay a visit to South Bend in mid-October in odd-numbered years. The origin of the historic series reaches back to 1926 and has included some of college football's greatest players and games.
USC also announced an upcoming three-game series with BYU that will begin in 2019. The Trojans will play at BYU on Sept. 14, 2019 and then host the Cougars at the Coliseum on Thanksgiving weekends of 2021 (Nov. 27) and 2023 (Nov. 25). In addition, the Trojans have added home games against Idaho and Arkansas State in 2015, and New Mexico in 2016.
Other upcoming, non-conference games have been scheduled for the Trojans and were previously announced including matchups with Texas (Sept. 16, 2017 and Sept. 15, 2018) and Fresno State (Aug. 30, 2014 at home). USC will also play at Boston College on Sept. 13, 2014 after hosting the Eagles this season on Sept. 14.