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'''Don Clark''' was the coach of the [[USC Trojans football|University of Southern California's football team]] from 1957 to 1959. He compiled a 13–16–1 record, and was succeeded by [[John McKay]].
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{{Infobox NCAA team season
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|Year=1958
==1958==
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|Team=USC Trojans
{{NCAATeamFootballSeason
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|sport=football
|Year=1958
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|Image=USC Trojans logo.svg
|Team=USC Trojans
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|ImageSize=100
|Image=
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|Conference=Pacific Coast Conference
|Conference=Pacific Coast Conference
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|Division=
|Division=
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|ShortConference=PCC
|ShortConference=PCC
 
|Record=4–5–1
 
|ConfRecord=4–2–1
 
|HeadCoach=[[Don Clark (American football)|Don Clark]]
 
 
|CoachRank=
 
|CoachRank=
 
|APRank=
 
|APRank=
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|Record=4–5–1
|DefCoach=
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|ConfRecord=4–2–1
|OScheme=
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|HeadCoach=[[Don Clark (American football)|Don Clark]]
|DScheme=
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|HCYear=2nd
|StadiumArena=[[Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum]]
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|OffCoach=
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|DefCoach=
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|MVP=
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|StadiumArena=[[Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum]]
 
|Champion=
 
|Champion=
 
|BowlTourney=
 
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{{1958 PCC football standings}}
 
{{1958 PCC football standings}}
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The '''1958 USC Trojans football team''' represented the [[University of Southern California]] (USC) in the [[1958 NCAA University Division football season]]. In their second year under head coach [[Don Clark (American football)|Don Clark]], the Trojans compiled a 4–5–1 record (4–2–1 against conference opponents), finished in third place in the [[Pacific Coast Conference]], and outscored their opponents by a combined total of 151 to 120.<ref>{{cite web|title=Southern California Yearly Results (1955-1959)|publisher=David DeLassus|work=College Football Data Warehouse|accessdate=July 20, 2015|url=http://www.cfbdatawarehouse.com/data/active/s/southern_california/1955-1959_yearly_results.php}}</ref>
   
{{CFB Schedule Start|rankyear=1958|time=no|tv=no|attend=yes}}
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Tom Maudlin led the team in passing with 41 of 95 passes completed for 535 yards, four touchdowns and 15 interceptions. Don Buford led the team in rushing with 64 carries for 306 yards. Hillard Hill was the leading receiver with 11 catches for 319 yards and five touchdowns.<ref>{{cite web|title=1958 Southern California Trojans Stats|publisher=Sports Reference LLC|work=SR/College Football|accessdate=July 21, 2015|url=https://www.sports-reference.com/cfb/schools/southern-california/1958.html}}</ref>
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| date = September 19
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Four Trojans were recognized by either the [[Associated Press]] (AP) or the conference coaches on the [[1958 All-Pacific Coast Conference football team]]: end [[Marlin McKeever]] (AP-1; Coaches-1); tackle Dan Ficca (AP-1; Coaches-2); guard Frank Florentino (Coaches-1 [tie]); and halfback Don Buford (Coaches-2).<ref>{{cite news|title=All-Coast Headed by Bates, Kapp|newspaper=The Daily Sun, San Bernardino, California|date=December 3, 1958|page=B8|url=https://www.newspapers.com/clip/2578432/1958_ap_allpcc_football_team/}} (AP)</ref><ref>{{cite news|title=Kapp, Bates Head Coaches' PCC Team|newspaper=Independent, Long Beach, California|date=December 5, 1958|page=C4|url=https://www.newspapers.com/clip/2578404/1958_allpacific_coast_conference/}}</ref>
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| w/l = w
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==Schedule==
| nonconf =
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{{CFB schedule
| homecoming =
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| rankyear = 1958
| away =
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| poll = AP
| neutral =
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| rank =
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|{{CFB schedule entry
| opprank = 12
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| date = September 19
| opponent = {{cfb link|year=1958|team=Oregon State Beavers|title=Oregon State}}
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| w/l = w
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| opponent = [[1958 Oregon State Beavers football team|Oregon State]]
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| opprank = 12
 
| site_stadium = [[Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum]]
 
| site_stadium = [[Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum]]
| site_cityst = [[Los Angeles, California]]
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| site_cityst = [[Los Angeles, California|Los Angeles, CA]]
| gamename =
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| score = 21–0
| tv = no
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| attend = 40,286
| score = 21–0
 
| overtime =
 
| attend = 40,286
 
 
}}
 
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{{CFB Schedule Entry
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|{{CFB schedule entry
| date = September 27
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| date = September 27
| time = no
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| w/l = l
| w/l = l
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| nonconf = y
| nonconf = yes
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| away = y
| homecoming =
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| opponent = [[1958 Michigan Wolverines football team|Michigan]]
| away = yes
 
| neutral =
 
| rank =
 
| opprank =
 
| opponent = [[1958 Michigan Wolverines football team|Michigan]]
 
 
| site_stadium = [[Michigan Stadium]]
 
| site_stadium = [[Michigan Stadium]]
| site_cityst = [[Ann Arbor, Michigan]]
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| site_cityst = [[Ann Arbor, Michigan|Ann Arbor, MI]]
| gamename =
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| score = 19–20
| tv = no
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| attend = 77,005
| score = 19–20
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| source = <ref>{{cite news|title=13-Yard Conversion Pass Fails: SC's Gamble Is U-M Joy, 20-19|newspaper=Detroit Free Press|author=Tommy Devine|date=September 28, 1958|page=1E|url=https://www.newspapers.com/clip/30042280/13yard_conversion_pass_fails_scs/|via=[[Newspapers.com]]}}</ref>
| overtime =
 
| attend = 77,005
 
 
}}
 
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{{CFB Schedule Entry
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|{{CFB schedule entry
| date = October 3
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| date = October 3
| time = no
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| w/l = l
| w/l = l
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| nonconf = y
| nonconf = yes
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| opponent = [[1958 North Carolina Tar Heels football team|North Carolina]]
| homecoming =
 
| away =
 
| neutral =
 
| rank =
 
| opprank =
 
| opponent = {{cfb link|year=1958|team=North Carolina Tar Heels|title=North Carolina}}
 
 
| site_stadium = Los Angeles Memorial Stadium
 
| site_stadium = Los Angeles Memorial Stadium
| site_cityst = Los Angeles, California
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| site_cityst = Los Angeles, CA
| gamename =
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| score = 7–8
| tv = no
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| attend = 43,238
| score = 7–8
 
| overtime =
 
| attend = 43,238
 
 
}}
 
}}
{{CFB Schedule Entry
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|{{CFB schedule entry
| date = October 21
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| date = October 21
| time = no
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| w/l = l
| w/l = l
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| away = y
| nonconf =
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| opponent = [[1958 Oregon Webfoots football team|Oregon]]
| homecoming =
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| opprank = 15
| away =
 
| neutral = yes
 
| rank =
 
| opprank = 15
 
| opponent = {{cfb link|year=1978|team=Oregon Ducks|title=Oregon}}
 
 
| site_stadium = [[Multnomah Stadium]]
 
| site_stadium = [[Multnomah Stadium]]
| site_cityst = [[Portland, Oregon]]
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| site_cityst = [[Portland, Oregon|Portland, OR]]
| gamename =
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| score = 0–25
| tv = no
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| attend = 32,734
| score = 0–25
 
| overtime =
 
| attend = 32,734
 
 
}}
 
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{{CFB Schedule Entry
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|{{CFB schedule entry
| date = October 18
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| date = October 18
| time = no
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| w/l = l
| w/l = l
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| homecoming = y
| nonconf =
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| opponent = [[1958 California Golden Bears football team|California]]
| homecoming = yes
 
| away =
 
| neutral =
 
| rank =
 
| opprank =
 
| opponent = [[1958 California Golden Bears football team|California]]
 
 
| site_stadium = Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum
 
| site_stadium = Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum
| site_cityst = Los Angeles, California
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| site_cityst = Los Angeles, CA
| gamename =
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| score = 12–14
| tv = no
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| attend = 34,872
| score = 12–14
 
| overtime =
 
| attend = 34,872
 
 
}}
 
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{{CFB Schedule Entry
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|{{CFB schedule entry
| date = October 25
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| date = October 25
| time = no
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| w/l = w
| w/l = w
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| neutral = y
| nonconf =
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| opponent = [[1958 Washington State Cougars football team|Washington State]]
| homecoming =
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| site_stadium = [[Memorial Stadium (Spokane, Washington)|Spokane Memorial Stadium]]
| away =
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| site_cityst = [[Spokane, Washington|Spokane, WA]]
| neutral = yes
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| score = 14–6
| rank =
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| attend = 25,000
| opprank =
 
| opponent = {{cfb link|year=1958|team=Washington State Cougars|title=Washington State}}
 
| site_stadium = [[Spokane Memorial Stadium]]
 
| site_cityst = [[Spokane, Washington]]
 
| gamename =
 
| tv = no
 
| score = 14–6
 
| overtime =
 
| attend = 25,000
 
 
}}
 
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{{CFB Schedule Entry
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|{{CFB schedule entry
| date = November 1
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| date = November 1
| time = no
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| w/l = w
| w/l = w
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| away = y
| nonconf =
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| opponent = [[1958 Stanford Indians football team|Stanford]]
| homecoming =
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| gamename = [[Stanford–USC football rivalry|rivalry]]
| away = yes
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| site_stadium = [[Stanford Stadium]]
| neutral =
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| site_cityst = [[Stanford, California|Stanford, CA]]
| rank =
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| score = 29–6
| opprank =
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| attend = 52,000
| opponent = [[1958 Stanford Indians football team|Stanford]]
 
| site_stadium = [[Stanford Stadium]]
 
| site_cityst = [[Stanford, California]]
 
| gamename =
 
| tv = no
 
| score = 29–6
 
| overtime =
 
| attend = 52,000
 
 
}}
 
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{{CFB Schedule Entry
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|{{CFB schedule entry
| date = November 8
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| date = November 8
| time = no
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| w/l = w
| w/l = w
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| opponent = [[1958 Washington Huskies football team|Washington]]
| nonconf =
 
| homecoming =
 
| away =
 
| neutral =
 
| rank =
 
| opprank =
 
| opponent = [[1958 Washington Huskies football team|Washington]]
 
 
| site_stadium = Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum
 
| site_stadium = Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum
| site_cityst = Los Angeles, California
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| site_cityst = Los Angeles, CA
| gamename =
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| score = 21–6
| tv = no
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| attend = 32,987
| score = 21–6
 
| overtime =
 
| attend = 32,987
 
 
}}
 
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{{CFB Schedule Entry
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|{{CFB schedule entry
| date = November 22
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| date = November 22
| time = no
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| w/l = t
| w/l = t
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| away = y
| nonconf =
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| opponent = [[1958 UCLA Bruins football team|UCLA]]
| homecoming =
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| gamename = [[Victory Bell (UCLA–USC)|Victory Bell]]
| away = yes
 
| neutral =
 
| rank =
 
| opprank =
 
| opponent = {{cfb link|year=1958|team=UCLA Bruins|title=UCLA}}
 
 
| site_stadium = Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum
 
| site_stadium = Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum
| site_cityst = Los Angeles, California
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| site_cityst = Los Angeles, CA
| gamename = [[Victory Bell (USC-UCLA)|Battle for the Victory Bell]]
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| score = 15–15
| tv = no
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| attend = 58,507
| score = 15–15
 
| overtime =
 
| attend = 58,507
 
 
}}
 
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{{CFB Schedule Entry
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|{{CFB schedule entry
| date = November 29
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| date = November 29
| time = no
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| w/l = l
| w/l = l
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| nonconf = y
| nonconf = yes
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| opponent = [[1958 Notre Dame Fighting Irish football team|Notre Dame]]
| homecoming =
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| opprank = 18
| away =
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| gamename = [[Notre Dame–USC football rivalry|Jeweled Shillelagh]]
| neutral =
 
| rank =
 
| opprank = 18
 
| opponent = [[1958 Notre Dame Fighting Irish football team|Notre Dame]]
 
 
| site_stadium = Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum
 
| site_stadium = Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum
| site_cityst = Los Angeles, California
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| site_cityst = Los Angeles, CA
| gamename = [[Notre Dame – USC rivalry]]
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| score = 13–20
| tv = no
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| attend = 66,903
| score = 13–20
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}}
| overtime =
 
| attend = 66,903
 
 
}}
 
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{{CFB Schedule End|poll=[[AP Poll]]}}
 
   
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{{Clear}}
   
== References ==
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==References==
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* {{cite web|url=http://grfx.cstv.com/photos/schools/usc/sports/m-footbl/auto_pdf/2010-m-footbl-media-guide.pdf|title=2010 Football Media Guide|publisher=[[USC Trojans|USC Athletic Department]]|page=90}}
 
* {{cite web|url=http://www.databasefootball.com/College/polls/appoll.htm?PollID=697|title=1959 Final A.P. Poll Results|publisher=Database Football}}
 
* {{cite web|url=http://www.afca.com/ViewArticle.dbml?DB_OEM_ID=9300&ATCLID=639517|title=Year-by-Year Final Coaches' Polls|publisher=[[American Football Coaches Association]]}}
 
   
 
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Revision as of 21:01, March 29, 2019

1958 USC Trojans football
ConferencePacific Coast Conference
1958 record4–5–1 (4–2–1 PCC)
Head coachDon Clark (2nd season)
Home stadiumLos Angeles Memorial Coliseum
Seasons
← 1957
1959 →
1958 PCC football standings
v · d · e Conf     Overall
Team W   L   T     W   L   T
#16 California 6 1 0     7 4 0
Washington State 6 2 0     7 3 0
USC 4 2 1     4 5 1
Oregon State 5 3 0     6 4 0
Oregon 4 4 0     4 6 0
UCLA 2 4 1     3 6 1
Stanford 2 5 0     2 8 0
Washington 1 6 0     3 7 0
Idaho 0 3 0     4 5 0
† – Conference champion
Rankings from AP Poll

The 1958 USC Trojans football team represented the University of Southern California (USC) in the 1958 NCAA University Division football season. In their second year under head coach Don Clark, the Trojans compiled a 4–5–1 record (4–2–1 against conference opponents), finished in third place in the Pacific Coast Conference, and outscored their opponents by a combined total of 151 to 120.[1]

Tom Maudlin led the team in passing with 41 of 95 passes completed for 535 yards, four touchdowns and 15 interceptions. Don Buford led the team in rushing with 64 carries for 306 yards. Hillard Hill was the leading receiver with 11 catches for 319 yards and five touchdowns.[2]

Four Trojans were recognized by either the Associated Press (AP) or the conference coaches on the 1958 All-Pacific Coast Conference football team: end Marlin McKeever (AP-1; Coaches-1); tackle Dan Ficca (AP-1; Coaches-2); guard Frank Florentino (Coaches-1 [tie]); and halfback Don Buford (Coaches-2).[3][4]

Schedule

DateOpponentSiteResultAttendanceSource
September 19No. 12 Oregon StateW 21–040,286
September 27at Michigan*L 19–2077,005[5]
October 3North Carolina*
  • Los Angeles Memorial Stadium
  • Los Angeles, CA
L 7–843,238
October 21at No. 15 OregonL 0–2532,734
October 18Californiadagger
  • Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum
  • Los Angeles, CA
L 12–1434,872
October 25vs. Washington StateW 14–625,000
November 1at StanfordW 29–652,000
November 8Washington
  • Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum
  • Los Angeles, CA
W 21–632,987
November 22at UCLA
T 15–1558,507
November 29No. 18 Notre Dame*
L 13–2066,903
  • *Non-conference game
  • daggerHomecoming
  • Rankings from AP Poll released prior to the game

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