There have been numerous moments in the history of the Trojans that have proven miraculous, from recruiting day to the gridiron and from the regular season to bowl games. In Miracle Moments in USC Football History, Dan Weber details the team’s greatest achievements, from winning their first BCS national championship of many in 1928 over the favored Stanford team, to its notable rivalries with Notre Dame and crosstown enemy UCLA, USC’s role in breaking the color barrier in college football, its legendary 1972 championship team, the famous O.J. Simpson 64-yard game-winning run over the top-ranked UCLA Bruins, the arrival of head coach Pete Carroll, the famous Bush Push, Jake Olson’s historic snap in 2017, and much more.
In doing so, Weber highlights the key players and coaches and reveals the high level of excitement that comes with being a USC Trojans fan. Complete with full-color photos, this book makes the perfect gift for young and old fans of the USC Trojans football team alike!
SubtitleThe Turning Points, the Memorable Games, the Incredible Records
AuthorBy Dan Weber
Published4 September 2018
Dimensions7.00 x 10.00in.
About the author
Dan Weber was a former high school football and baseball coach and social studies and English teacher turned college sports administrator at Northern Kentucky and Xavier Universities before he began a career as a sports writer/editor in Kentucky, Ohio, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, California, and the Chicago/Northwest Indiana area specializing in college sports. As a sports marketer, he developed the first ever Traveling College Football Hall of Fame for a seventeen-state national tour, then covered both UCLA and USC as a sports editor, columnist, and beat writer in Southern California. He now focuses on USC for USCFootball.com.