USC 2012 Football Season Tickets On Sale Now
Jan. 30, 2012
Season tickets for the 2012 USC football season are now on sale.
Fans can go to ReturnOfTroy.com, a new interactive football ticketing microsite, to purchase or renew season tickets.
Existing season ticketholders also can go to the site to improve their seat locations. Current ticketholders who renew their seats online will receive free tickets to USC's Spring Game on April 14 in the Coliseum.
The Trojans, coming off a 10-2 season that saw them finish first in the Pac-12 South Division and earn a No. 6 national ranking, will play 6 homes games in the Coliseum in 2012.
USC opens its 2012 slate with a Sept. 1 home contest against Norm Chow-led Hawaii, just the third time that the Warriors have played the Trojans in the Coliseum. USC then hosts Bay Area foe California on Sept. 22.
Troy's only home contest in October is against Colorado on Oct. 20, as the Buffaloes make their first visit to the Coliseum as a member of the Pac-12 Conference.
The Trojans play in the Coliseum 3 times in November: against 3-time defending league champion Oregon on Nov. 3, then the next weekend versus Arizona State and new head coach Todd Graham on Nov. 10 and finally hosting intersectional rival Notre Dame on the Saturday (Nov. 24) of Thanksgiving weekend.
USC returns 17 starters (plus the punter and placekicker) from its 2011 team, including record-setting Heisman Trophy candidate quarterback Matt Barkley and All-American first teamers Robert Woods at wide receiver and T.J. McDonald at safety, as well as Pac-12 Offensive and Defensive Freshmen of the Year Marqise Lee at wide receiver and Dion Bailey at linebacker, 1,000-yard tailback Curtis McNeal, All-Pac-12 first team cornerback Nickell Robey and 3 players who joined Lee and Bailey as Freshmen All-American first teamers (linebacker Hayes Pullard, offensive guard Marcus Martin and placekicker Andre Heidari).
USC football season tickets can also be purchased by calling the USC Ticket Office at 213-740-GOSC.
USC'S 2012 HOME SCHEDULE
Sept. 1 -- Hawaii
Sept. 22 -- California
Oct. 20 -- Colorado
Nov. 3 -- Oregon
Nov. 10 -- Arizona State
Nov. 24 -- Notre Dame