The most competitive crosstown rivalry in College Football takes place in Los Angeles every season and in a city known for big ticket sporting events USC Trojans vs. UCLA Bruins tickets reach seemingly higher demand every season. With campuses only 12 miles apart, UCLA and USC are no strangers to each other, and Bruins-Trojans games are usually played in front of crowds mixed with true blue and cardinal.
The winner of the UCLA-USC game every season takes home the Victory Bell trophy, which is both one of the largest trophies in college football, and is painted the winning teams color every season. The proximity of the USC and UCLA campuses has made the rivalry incredibly contentious, and both sides are known for their traditions the week of the game.
The L.A. Memorial Coliseum, and the Rose Bowl are two of the largest capacity stadiums in College Football, and might never be louder than when they are hosting USC-UCLA. Bruins vs Trojans tickets are often sold out quickly, and TicketCity offers some of the top seats, at some of the cheapest prices. Whether you bleed Trojan Cardinal, or UCLA True Blue, the UCLA-USC game is one of the special moments in college football and tickets to see the all LA matchup grant access to some of the best football of the season.
Saturday, November 28, 2015 at Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum (Los Angeles, CA) Trojans 40, Bruins 21The Bruins and Trojans entered the 2015 USC-UCLA game with a trip to the Pac-12 title game on the line. UCLA freshman quarterback Josh Rosen struggled to gain rhythm, throwing 2 costly interceptions that set the stage for a relentless Trojan running game. USC running back Justin Davis rushed for 130 yards, on 25 carries as the Trojans racked up 235 total yards on the ground. USC scored in every quarter, overwhelming the Bruins to snap a 3 game losing streak in the USC-UCLA game.
Saturday, November 22, 2014 at Rose Bowl (Pasadena, CA) Bruins 38, Trojans 20UCLA and USC entered their 2014 matchup both ranked in the top 20, and both having hopes of winning the PAC-12 South Division. UCLA's Brett Hundley started out shake throwing an interception for a touchdown in the first quarter, but settled down to account for 4 Bruins touchdowns. The Trojans were able to keep pace with UCLA through the first half, but were stifled by a strong Bruins defense in the 2nd half. UCLA pulled away to beat USC for a 3rd straight season 38-20
Saturday, November 30, 2013 at Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum (Los Angeles, CA) Bruins 35, Trojans 14The UCLA Bruins had not beaten the USC Trojans at Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum since 1997, but their luck changed in 2013. Bruins quarterback Brett Hundley rushed for 2 touchdowns of the Bruins 5 rushing touchdowns as UCLA controlled the ball and turned 2 USC turnovers into points. USC's Cody Kessler struggled against a seller Bruins defense that held the standout quarterback to a quarterback rating of 39.7. The win was only UCLA's 3rd against USC since 1999.