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ON SALE: Single Game Tickets

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USC football single game tickets are now available for purchase for the first five 2014 home games against Fresno State (Aug. 30), Oregon State (Sept. 27), Arizona State (Oct. 4), Colorado (Oct. 18) and California (Nov. 13).  Individual tickets start at $50 in the Peristyle and $55 in the west end zone.

To purchase tickets, go to GetTrojanTix.com or call the USC ticket office at 213-740-GO SC (4672).

Tickets for the Nov. 29 home game against traditional rival Notre Dame must be purchased as part of a mini-plan or season ticket package. Both packages are still on sale, with mini-plans starting at $96 and season tickets at $295.

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Season Ticket Holder Experiences

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USC season ticket holders are being offered dream experience upgrades like running out of the Coliseum tunnel with the team or getting a pregame locker room tour as an additional exclusive benefit of purchase. 

You must be a season ticket holder, so click here to purchase your seats now.

At an additional price, season ticket holders can choose from a menu of VIP experiences including a welcome message on the Coliseum video board, a pregame photo on the field, an autographed helmet during Trojan Walk or a photo with the Song Girls. 

The experiences are all limited availability, so reserve your spot now.

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The No. 1 Target

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Junior wide receiver Nelson Agholor has been the Robin to Robert Woods' and Marqise Lee's Batman for the first two years of his career, but he is USC's marked man in 2014.  The playmaker is a preseason candidate for the Biletnikoff Award, which is annually given to the nation's best receiver.

Click here for the complete list.

Lee won the Biletnikoff in 2012, and Woods was a finalist in 2011, but Agholor was the Trojans' leading receiver last year with 56 catches for 918 yards and 6 touchdowns.

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2013-14 Timelines

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The Pac-12 Network recapped an eventful year in USC athletics on a Trojan-specific episode of Timelines which takes fans through a tumultuous football season, a Cinderella women's basketball's tournament run, two more national titles and more.

Enjoy the full episode below...


Freshmen Numbers

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The 2014 USC football roster has been officially updated with jersey numbers for the incoming freshmen class as well as a couple changes to veterans' uniforms.

Click here for the roster.

Of note, sophomore WR Darreus Rogers is bringing back No. 1, which was never given out during Lane Kiffin's tenure.  LB Quinton Powell went from No. 52 to No. 18, and freshman CB Chris Hawkins switched from No. 29 to No. 4.

Here are the freshmen numbers:

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Battling in the Box

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OL Max Tuerk, DL Leonard Williams and LB Hayes Pullard are all on the 2014 Rotary Lombardi Award Preseason Watch List, which eyes the best player in the trenches. 

Click here for the complete list.

The Trojan trio has littered many of the preseason watch lists with much expected of the returning veterans.  Williams is already an All-American, while Pullard was All-Pac-12 Second Team in 2013.  Tuerk (pictured) is making a big move to center this season continuing to prove his versatility and leadership.

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The End Game

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College football has a new prize to award annually to its champion after the unveiling of the CFB Playoff trophy today.  The first ever College Football Playoff begins in 170 days with national semifinals at the Rose Bowl and Sugar Bowl before the championship game in North Texas.

From a USC perspective, OL Zach Banner said it best in a tweet this morning.


Backers for Butkus

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USC seniors Hayes Pullard and J.R. Tavai made the 2014 Butkus Award Preseason Watch List for the nation's best linebackers. 

Click the link for the complete list: Butkus Award 2014 Watch List 071414.pdf

The selection is a no-brainer for Pullard, one of the country's top returning tacklers and the Trojans' defensive captain, but the perpetually underrated Tavai is a new name on the national scene.  The outside linebacker has earned a reputation for an irrepressible motor collecting 3.5 sacks and 8 tackles for loss last season.

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Halfway There

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The Audi Drive to Kickoff is down to 50 days! 

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Craving Cravens

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Su'a Cravens opened up some eyes last season.  The Freshman All-American is no hidden secret going into his sophomore campaign as he popped up on the Jim Thorpe Award Preseason Watch List, which annually names the nation's best defensive back, to go along with the previously released Nagurski and Bednarik watch lists.

Click here for the complete list.

Cravens arrived at USC a semester early as a five-star standout, and he burst onto the scene with an interception on the season's opening drive at Hawaii.  He made the signature play of his young career picking off Stanford's Kevin Hogan to setup Andre Heidari's game-winning kick in the Coliseum.

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