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    USC 2013 Football Season Tickets On Sale Now
    The LA Memorial Coliseum will host seven USC home games in 2013
    The LA Memorial Coliseum will host seven USC home games in 2013
    
    

    Feb. 14, 2013

    LOS ANGELES - Season tickets for the 2013 USC football season are now on sale.

    Fans can go to GetTrojanTix.com/Football to purchase or renew season tickets.

    Current ticketholders who renew their seats online will receive free tickets to USC's Spring Game on April 13 in the Coliseum.

    Additionally, those who renew online by March 16 will be entered into USC's "30 Days of Winning" contest. Each day beginning on Feb. 15, a winner will be chosen for prizes that include airfare and tickets to the 2013 road football game at California, courtside tickets to the upcoming USC-UCLA men's basketball game, pre-game Coliseum field passes, Coliseum seat upgrades, Galen Center suite tickets at men's basketball games, a private lockerroom tour at the John McKay Center, autographed memorabilia, gift cards and more. The earlier that a ticketholder renews, the more days they have a chance to win. For more details, go to USCTrojans.com/30days.

    All season ticket purchasers receive a discount over the cost of single game tickets for the Trojans' seven-game home schedule, which includes non-conference opponent Boston College, Bay Area foe Stanford and crosstown rival UCLA.

    Those who purchase or renew season tickets by the April 6 deadline will receive priority to purchase bowl game tickets. They also can buy a USC T-shirt available exclusively to season ticketholders and, in a new Coliseum feature this year, they can purchase a seat cushion that will be affixed permanently to their seat.

    USC begins its 2013 Coliseum slate by playing its Pac-12 opener against Washington State on Sept. 7, the first of three consecutive home games. The Trojans then welcome a pair of squads that last visited the Coliseum in the 1980s: Boston College on Sept. 14 and defending Western Athletic Conference champion Utah State on Sept. 21.

    Troy then hosts Arizona in a Thursday night contest on Oct. 10, the first-ever non-Thanksgiving or non-bowl Thursday game USC has played in the Coliseum. It will be the first USC weekday game at home since the 2002 opener against Auburn on Labor Day.

    It is Trojan Family Weekend when Utah visits the Coliseum on Oct. 26. USC then hosts defending Pac-12 champ Stanford on Nov. 16 on Homecoming/Reunion Weekend.

    The Trojans conclude their regular season by hosting UCLA in a Thanksgiving weekend battle on Nov. 30.

    Game times will be announced at a later date when television networks make their broadcast selections.

    USC returns 16 starters from its 2012 squad, including unanimous All-American first teamer and Biletnikoff Award-winning wide receiver Marqise Lee, who set Pac-12 season records for receptions (118) and receiving yards (1,721) while finishing fourth in the Heisman Trophy voting, along with Hendricks Award finalist defensive end Morgan Breslin, Freshman All-American first teamers Leonard Williams at defensive tackle and Max Tuerk on the offensive line, 2,000-yard tailback Silas Redd and 2-year starting linebackers Dion Bailey and Hayes Pullard.

    Troy also signed a recruiting class that includes the USA Today National Offensive (quarterback Max Browne) and Defensive (defensive back Su'a Cravens) Players of the Year.

    The Trojans are coming off a 7-6 season in which they started off 6-1 before dropping five of their final six games.

    USC football season tickets also can be purchased by calling the USC Athletic Sale Department at 1-855-WE-PLAY4.

    USC 2013 HOME FOOTBALL SCHEDULE
    Sept. 7 -- Washington State
    Sept. 14 -- Boston College
    Sept. 21 -- Utah State
    Oct. 10 (Th.) -- Arizona
    Oct. 26 -- Utah (Trojan Family Weekend)
    Nov. 16 -- Stanford (Homecoming/Reunion Weekend)
    Nov. 30 -- UCLA