USC Future Schedules Will Get Much-Needed Upgrade

I’ve written a lot about how dreadful USC’s future nonconference schedules are outside of the yearly Notre Dame game.

So today’s alliance with the Big Ten and ACC can only be a step forward because it will force USC to upgrade its schedule.

Not everyone needs an upgrade. UCLA plays LSU on Sept. 4 and has SEC teams scheduled in 2024, 2025, 2026, 2027 and 2028. It also has Wisconsin in 2029.

See who excites you on this list of future USC nonconference games:

Rice (2022)

Fresno State (2022/2026/2028)

BYU (2023)

Nevada (2023)

San Jose State (2024)

Mississippi (2025/2026)

9 thoughts on “USC Future Schedules Will Get Much-Needed Upgrade

  1. Zzzzzzzzzzzzzz…..

    On Tue, Aug 24, 2021 at 3:44 PM InsideUSC with Scott Wolf wrote:

    > scott wolf posted: ” I’ve written a lot about how dreadful USC’s future > nonconference schedules are outside of the yearly Notre Dame game. So > today’s alliance with the Big Ten and ACC can only be a step forward > because it will force USC to upgrade its schedule. Not eve” >

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    1. Look, pal — if you can’t appreciate the recruiting edge [not to mention the sheer luminousity] bestowed on UCLA by virtue of that Wisconsin 2029 game —well, I can’t help you…
      #ThisIsBig

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  2. USC FOOTBALL not getting a much needed coaching upgrade.

    Clay Helton sucks, the entire landscape of college football knows it, USC officially a laughingstock.

    OH MY SIDE HURTS FROM LAUGHING SO MUCH!

    AHA HA HA HA HA HA HA!

    USC ADMINISTRATORS CORRUPT AND INCOMPETENT…AND THEY DON’T CARE

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  3. Especially in USC Mens Basketball – would love to see Duke, Virginia, Michigan, Michigan State, Syracuse, Florida State, Maryland play at Galen Center.

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    1. I think the biggest game on paper at the Galen Center has to be when Blake Griffin and Oklahoma came in and got beat by an up and coming SC team. Other than that not many big games.
      Villanova didn’t want a regular season match up after we beat them behind closed doors.
      Before we destroyed them in the NCAA Tournament Bill Self and Kansas were scheduled to come play us at the Galen Center Dec 21st but Covid scrapped the original game scheduled.
      They will come eventually now that Enfield brings in recruiting classes that have enough to attract those schools. They want to play against Okongwu, Porter, the Mobley Brothers. 5Star/OneNDone players. Tom Izzo wants a Kijani Wright in the lineup if he makes the schedule with USC at Galen Center added to their normal tough schedule.
      We’ve put ourselves in the position to be hosting games like that and it’ll come now with the seasons we’ve put together.

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  4. There is no interest in those teams. They won’t help SC move up in rankings if SC beats them. NO fan interest because they aren’t the traditonal power houses. When SC schedules the bama’s, lsu’s, michigan’s, ohio st., then the fans will return.

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  5. WTF does Ucla’s schedule have to do with ours????

    So on September 4th at “The Trojans Bowl” or The Rose Bowl the LSU Tigers will bury another Bruin season six feet deep. Chip Kelly begs for Ed Orgeron to stop ramming it up Joe Bruins behind. Blah blah blah you get the picture. Ucla s*cks. Nothing to see here.

    The next two seasons for Ucla looks like this…

    ***2022***
    09/03 – Bowling Green
    09/10 – Alabama State
    09/17 – South Alabama

    ***2023***
    09/02 – Coastal Carolina
    09/09 – at San Diego State
    09/16 – NC Central

    I guess they want to rev up the engine to the pinto or gremlin they call a football program.
    USC’s schedule is crap but who heck is NC Central?
    Let’s give them some respect for playing Bama twice next year.
    Oooops! My mistake they accidentally scheduled the little sisters of the Crimson Tide.
    ALABAMA STATE & SOUTH ALABAMA.
    UC Riverside wasn’t available.
    Yes, it’s ALABAMA STATE & SOUTH ALABAMA.
    But expect a heck of a ball game folks!

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