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By purchasing USC basketball tickets through Vivid Seats, you'll get to see Los Angeles' rising college basketball program take on its Pac-12 rivals live and in-person. Prized recruits have helped establish USC as more than just a football school, and now the Trojans are looking to take their game to the next level. Search for USC Trojans basketball tickets through our secure site by first checking the Galen Center seating chart. We'll have seats all over the stadium, from coveted court-side spots to cheap USC basketball tickets.
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2012 Trojans Expect Big Results this Season
Last year’s USC Trojan squad was struck with hoards of injury troubles and ended up with a 6-26 overall record, but if you believe they don’t feel that they can compete for the Pac-12 title this year you couldn’t be more far off. In fact, USC guard Jio Fontan, who transferred from Fordham and averaged 10.5 points and 3.9 assists for USC’s NCAA tournament team in 2011, believes the squad could finish in the top four or five, and that’s got plenty of Trojan fans around the country excited for fall hoops action. Purchase your 2012 USC Trojan basketball tickets today and watch this persevering squad battle back in the Pac-12.
This year’s squad will look vastly different than last year, when four projected starters dropped with season-ending injuries. This time two transfers from Wake Forest, J.T. Terrell and Ari Stewart, Renaldo Wooldridge from UC-Irvine, and Eric Wise from Tennessee will join the likes of Fontan, Maurice Jones, Dewayne Dedmon, Byron Wesley and Aaron Fuller. The recharged and reloaded Trojans are confident that they can make amends for last year and get back to winning territory.