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NCAA Football 2012: Oregon vs USC NOV 03


Single game tickets for six of USC’s seven home football games of the upcoming 2013 season are now on sale.

To purchase tickets, go to

Tickets are available for games in the Coliseum against Washington State (Sept. 7), Boston College (Sept. 14), Utah State (Sept. 21), Arizona (Oct. 10), Utah (Oct. 26) and Stanford (Nov. 16).

Tickets for the Nov. 30 home game against crosstown rival UCLA must be purchased as part of a mini-plan or season ticket package.

The Washington State game is Troy’s Pac-12 opener and the first of three consecutive home games for the Trojans. USC then welcomes a pair of squads that last visited the Coliseum in the 1980s: Boston College with new head coach Steve Addazio and defending Western Athletic Conference champion Utah State and new coach Matt Wells. The Arizona game is a Thursday night contest, the first-ever non-Thanksgiving or non-bowl Thursday game USC has played in the Coliseum. The Utah game is part of Trojan Family Weekend, while defending Pac-12 champ Stanford is the opponent on Homecoming/Reunion Weekend. Troy concludes its regular season by hosting the Bruins in a Thanksgiving weekend battle.

Single game tickets can also be purchased by calling the USC ticket office at 213-740-GO SC (4672).

Most Famous Home In Beverly Hills? You Decide!

Now this is one of the most famous crime scenes in Hollywood history – the home where legendary mobster Benjamin “Bugsy” Siegel was murdered on June 20, 1947. This home is often cited as being owned by the famous mobster at the time of his death, but in reality it was leased by his girlfriend, actress Virginia Hill. Born on February 28, 1906 to a poor Brooklyn family, Bugsy, who by all accounts absolutely loathed his nickname, went own to become one of the most notorious and cold-blooded mobsters in history.



1991 a movie was done about Bugsy.  Actor Warren Beatty did an outstanding job!