USC Football Schedule Released

The Pac-12 released its football schedules and USC’s is below.

REACTION: It certainly is not as easy as 2022. After an easy first month, USC has Notre Dame and Utah in back-to-back weeks. It also closes with Washington, Oregon and UCLA.

This schedule will not make Lincoln Riley as happy as he was in 2022, when he had a ridiculous schedule.

But on the bright side for Riley, it’s probably easier than what he will face in 2024. Big Ten baby!

2023 Football Schedule

• Aug 26 San Jose State

• Sept 2 Nevada

• Sept 9 Stanford

• Sept 16 BYE

• Sept 23 @ ASU

• Sept 30 @ Colorado

• Oct 6 or 7 Arizona

• Oct 14 @ Notre Dame

• Oct 21 Utah

• Oct 28 @ Cal

• Nov 4 Washington

• Nov 11 @ Oregon

• Nov 18 UCLA

•Nov 25 BYE

47 thoughts on “USC Football Schedule Released

    1. Better get used to it, don’t think the BIG 10 will do USC any favors either. But you are correct, that is a total FUCK YOU to USC from George Kliavkoff

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    1. Is that a dialect breed from the southern Appalachian mountains?…..asking for slo troll….he can’t understand a word you’re saying

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      1. Inner Gabby: I wonder if I get solar panels placed on my head if it will help revitalize by brain cells. They have pretty much been running on empty for awhile now, but at least I can still keep up with my Archie and Jughead comic books but starting to struggle with the Little Lulu ones.

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      2. Gabby’s clone: “I wonder if I get solar panels placed on my head if it will help revitalize by brain cells. They have pretty much been running on empty for awhile now, but at least I can still keep up with my Archie and Jughead comic books but starting to struggle with the Little Lulu ones.”

        (It’s MY brain, not by brain, and “awhile” is two words……practice what you preach)

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      1. Rumor has it, she’s tighter than one of trump’s 13-year-olds. That would explain the line…..just saying

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      2. 13 year olds?! Still making shit up.

        It was Joe who said ON VIDEO that he enjoyed having little kids rub his legs after he got out of the community swimming pool.

        Oh excuse me, I mean Pedo Joe!

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      3. so troll….you sound fucking lost again…. Dr. feelgood needs to know you’re fudging on your meds ……we don’t want to find you trolling the local playground again….those are not 74-year-old women…you comprehend!

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    1. You senile troll… That’s a humanitarian crisis with a lot of moving parts. The Federal government didn’t invite these immigrants to our country. The root of the problem starts with the country they are fleeing. They arrive out of desperation and a chance at a new future.

      Since, dementia joe, in your words is clueless, give me your solution to the problem…..never mind….. you’re still trying to get out of the paper bag.

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      1. Inner Gabby, don’t bother. If he’s not making lame juvenile jokes, he’s flat out lying.

        Biden & Kamala DID invite them to come, saying throughout their campaign that they would be reversing Trump’s policies, that didn’t completely fix the border situation, but made significant progress.

        Numbers don’t lie. They have quadrupled under Open Border Joe.

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      2. Please provide a link to support your accusation regarding Biden and Harris’ border comment. I will assume you have nothing supporting it…. looks like the joke is on you AGAIN!

        Caught you in another lie!

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      3. Inner Gabby: Hmm, let’s see the Demo playbook, page 34, says when you lie about something, be sure to accuse the other person of lying. I think I got this last one by, but who knows. I might need to call Frank Biden to get legal assistance.

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      4. Gabby’s clone: Hmm, let’s see the clone book for dummies, page 34, says when you lie about something, be sure to accuse the other person of lying. I think I got this last one by, but who knows. I might need to call slo troll to get legal assistance

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      5. Inner Gabby: Ahh, I feel 100% better for admitting it. Now at long last I can go back and read my Little LuLu comics guilt free. HeeHee, Nyuk, Nyuk.

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      6. Gabby’s clone: I’m such a loser, I need to clone someone to help me feel better about my fetish for child porn . Ahh, I feel 100% better for admitting it. Now at long last I can go back and watch my favorite 10 year old girls naked guilt free. I am getting a boner just typing the words 10-year-old……why are all these keys sticking, my bad, it was emotion lotion…..HeeHee, Nyuk, Nyuk.

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  1. First six games, 6-0, next six, 1-5 is a possibility with Grinch as the DC and LC not caring about the defense, Caleb can only carry the team so far, and if gets hurt, bye bye.

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    1. Caleb won’t miss a single game. I heard him say he has “unfinished business.”
      Anytime a QB sez those words he becomes invulnerable. #That’sMyResponseToEverythingFromHereOn!

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  2. I disagree that 2022 was a “ridiculously easy” schedule. It may have been predicted to be that way during the pre-season but the pac-12 turned out to be a much tougher league last year. The Composite College Football Rankings rated the SC 2022 schedule #39. According to their rankings, that is still a fairly rough schedule. According to their rankings, the schedules don’t start to get easy until #67 which was UCF.
    I think LR has made all the right decisions except for two decisions:
    1) He should have never hired Alex Grinch in the first place.
    2) He should have never chose to bring him back in 2023.
    As a result, I don’t see SC making the playoffs next year. Whether they win the pac-12 is also very questionable. Their schedule next year is brutal.
    San Jose State, Nevada and Cal are wins. Stanford, ASU, Colorado have good new coaches and Arizona should finally have a breakout year but I would still pick SC in all of those games. But ND, Utah, Oregon, Washington and UCLA are going to be tough. We could lose one of those games or all 5. It depends upon whether Lady Luck smiles on us. We’ll need drammatic improvement on the defensive side, which I’m not convinced that we are going to get.
    My attitude about Grinch is quite a bit like my attitude about Helton. Getting good players on defense without replacing an incompetent coach is kind of like putting lipstick on your pig and expecting it to act like your favorite pussy cat.
    The first half of the season may not turn out to be too bad but outside of Cal, the last 6 games are brutal. The only good part is that, of the last 6 games, the only tough games that we play on the road are ND and Oregon. I don’t think that they will make the playoffs next year. If they had hired a really good DC from the start, we would have made it this year.

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    1. Utah and Washington and UCLA we get at home. True, we play Notre Dame at South Bend —but whose offense would YOU want to put YOUR money on?
      #I’llTakeUSCInEveryGameExceptOregon…
      #AndWe’llGetA2ndChanceAgainstThemInTheChampionship

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      1. SUCC’s first 6 FB games: Hostess Twinkie time. Four at home; two creampuffs away and a pussy bye after the third game.

        Andyain’twinning must have scheduled the games.

        I’m thinking Clown U goes 8-4 in 2023…..OUCH!

        Cue: Going down elevator music.

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  3. USC has an offense that will beat 80% of the teams on their schedule. Notre Dame on the road? UCLA with a new qb? Oregon on the road? The defensive line must come through for the Trojans to be undefeated. And special teams? Jesus!

    Need more information before we will know.

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  4. Oh God, UCLA!? Your already paying state welfare to Cal – And how does the state school owe the main state school WHEN BOTH SCHOOLS GET PAID BY THE SAME BUDGET?!?!! NOW YOU NEED GARY BRYANT AND KYLE FORD?!?!!! REALLY????????????????? CAN’T THEY DO ANYTHING WITHOUT SLUMING?????

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  5. I’m glad about the schedule – it will allow the new players the needed time to come together as a cohesive unit before the games get more difficult.The glass is indeed half full.

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