USC leads the all time series 5-2-1 with 1 game vacated.
1) 1963 - Oklahoma 17, USC 12
2) 1964 - USC 40, Oklahoma 14
3) 1971 - Oklahoma 33, USC 20
4) 1973 - USC 7, Oklahoma 7
5) 1981 - USC 28, Oklahoma 24
6) 1982 - USC 12, Oklahoma 0
7) 1988 - USC 23, Oklahoma 7
8) 1992 - USC 20, Oklahoma 10
9) 2005 - USC 55, Oklahoma 19 (Orange Bowl) - this win was vacated by USC after they were found to have used ineligible players during the 2004 season.
USC is currently 7-3 with 2 games left to play.
University of Southern California (USC)
USC Trojans football was created in 1888.
Football: USC, Penn St., Ohio St., LSU, Florida, Oklahoma, Texas Basketball: UNC, UConn, Pitt, Oklahoma, Georgetown
Dennis Packer, the public address announcer of all USC football games at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum also serves as the P.A. announcer of all Charger home games at Qualcomm Stadium.
Florida, USC, Alabama, Oklahoma, Missouri, LSU.
According to College Football Data Warehouse, as of the start of the 2007 season USC's record in bowl games was 29-16.
USC is in the PAC 10
Well, since USC might mean the University of Southern California or the University of South Carolina ... Oklahoma State has never played the University of Southern California in football and has played the University of South Carolina twice, losing in the 1979 regular season and winning the 1984 Gator Bowl.
USC played Oklahoma in the 2004 BCS game
Oklahoma ohio state usc and lsu
Alabama and Notre Dame have won eight each. Oklahoma and USC have won seven each.
My guess it would have to be one of three teams, Oklahoma, USC or Notre Dame.
The years that the USC did win the National Football Championship was in 2012 and 2010.
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complete roster here: http://www.fanbase.com/USC-Trojans-Football-1968/roster
11 games between 1983-1993.
USC Trojans 2004 season with Matt Leinart winning heisman. USC beat Oklahoma in the orange bowl 55-19