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==1959==
 
{{NCAATeamFootballSeason
 
|Year=1959
 
|Team=USC Trojans
 
|Image=
 
|Conference=Athletic Association of Western Universities
 
|Division=
 
|ShortConference=AAWU
 
|Record=8–2
 
|ConfRecord=3–1
 
|HeadCoach=[[Don Clark (American football)|Don Clark]]
 
|CoachRank=13
 
|APRank=14
 
|OffCoach=
 
|DefCoach=
 
|OScheme=
 
|DScheme=
 
|StadiumArena=[[Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum]]
 
|Champion= AAWU Co-Champions
 
|BowlTourney=
 
|BowlTourneyResult=
 
}}
 
{{1959 AAWU football standings}}
 
 
{{CFB Schedule Start|rankyear=1959|time=no|tv=no|attend=yes}}
 
{{CFB Schedule Entry
 
| date = September 19
 
| time = no
 
| w/l = w
 
| nonconf = yes
 
| homecoming =
 
| away =
 
| neutral = yes
 
| rank =
 
| opprank =
 
| opponent = {{cfb link|year=1979|team=Oregon State Beavers|title=Oregon State}}
 
| site_stadium = [[Multnomah Stadium]]
 
| site_cityst = [[Portland, Oregon]]
 
| gamename =
 
| tv = no
 
| score = 27–6
 
| overtime =
 
| attend = 23,895
 
}}
 
{{CFB Schedule Entry
 
| date = September 25
 
| time = no
 
| w/l = w
 
| nonconf = yes
 
| homecoming =
 
| away =
 
| neutral =
 
| rank = 11
 
| opprank =
 
| opponent = {{cfb link|year=1959|team=Pittsburgh Panthers|title=Pittsburgh}}
 
| site_stadium = [[Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum]]
 
| site_cityst = [[Los Angeles, California]]
 
| gamename =
 
| tv = no
 
| score = 23–0
 
| overtime =
 
| attend = 34,172
 
}}
 
{{CFB Schedule Entry
 
| date = October 2
 
| time = no
 
| w/l = w
 
| nonconf = yes
 
| homecoming =
 
| away =
 
| neutral =
 
| rank = 11
 
| opprank = 14
 
| opponent = [[1959 Ohio State Buckeyes football team|Ohio State]]
 
| site_stadium = Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum
 
| site_cityst = Los Angeles, California
 
| gamename =
 
| tv = no
 
| score = 17–0
 
| overtime =
 
| attend = 49,592
 
}}
 
{{CFB Schedule Entry
 
| date = October 17
 
| time = no
 
| w/l = w
 
| nonconf =
 
| homecoming =
 
| away = yes
 
| neutral =
 
| rank = 7
 
| opprank = 18
 
| opponent = [[1959 Washington Huskies football team|Washington]]
 
| site_stadium = [[Husky Stadium]]
 
| site_cityst = [[Seattle, Washington]]
 
| gamename =
 
| tv = no
 
| score = 22–15
 
| overtime =
 
| attend = 54,497
 
}}
 
{{CFB Schedule Entry
 
| date = October 24
 
| time = no
 
| w/l = w
 
| nonconf =
 
| homecoming =
 
| away =
 
| neutral =
 
| rank = 5
 
| opprank =
 
| opponent = {{cfb link|year=1959|team=Stanford Indians|title=Stanford}}
 
| site_stadium = Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum
 
| site_cityst = Los Angeles, California
 
| gamename =
 
| tv = no
 
| score = 30–28
 
| overtime =
 
| attend = 44,209
 
}}
 
{{CFB Schedule Entry
 
| date = October 31
 
| time = no
 
| w/l = w
 
| nonconf =
 
| homecoming =
 
| away = yes
 
| neutral =
 
| rank = 6
 
| opprank =
 
| opponent = {{cfb link|year=1959|team=California Golden Bears|title=California}}
 
| site_stadium = [[California Memorial Stadium]]
 
| site_cityst = [[Berkeley, California]]
 
| gamename =
 
| tv = no
 
| score = 14–7
 
| overtime =
 
| attend = 37,000
 
}}
 
{{CFB Schedule Entry
 
| date = November 7
 
| time = no
 
| w/l = w
 
| nonconf = yes
 
| homecoming =
 
| away =
 
| neutral =
 
| rank = 6
 
| opprank =
 
| opponent = {{cfb link|year=1959|team=West Virginia Mountaineers|title=West Virginia}}
 
| site_stadium = Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum
 
| site_cityst = Los Angeles, California
 
| gamename =
 
| tv = no
 
| score = 36–0
 
| overtime =
 
| attend = 34,066
 
}}
 
{{CFB Schedule Entry
 
| date = November 14
 
| time = no
 
| w/l = w
 
| nonconf = yes
 
| homecoming =
 
| away = yes
 
| neutral =
 
| rank = 4
 
| opprank =
 
| opponent = {{cfb link|year=1959|team=Baylor Bears|title=Baylor}}
 
| site_stadium = Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum
 
| site_cityst = Los Angeles, California
 
| gamename =
 
| tv = no
 
| score = 17–8
 
| overtime =
 
| attend = 43,832
 
}}
 
{{CFB Schedule Entry
 
| date = November 24
 
| time = no
 
| w/l = l
 
| nonconf =
 
| homecoming = yes
 
| away =
 
| neutral =
 
| rank = 4
 
| opprank =
 
| opponent = {{cfb link|year=1959|team=UCLA Bruins|title=UCLA}}
 
| site_stadium = Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum
 
| site_cityst = Los Angeles, California
 
| gamename = [[Victory Bell (USC-UCLA)|Battle for the Victory Bell]]
 
| tv = no
 
| score = 3–10
 
| overtime =
 
| attend = 85,917
 
}}
 
{{CFB Schedule Entry
 
| date = November 28
 
| time = no
 
| w/l = l
 
| nonconf = yes
 
| homecoming =
 
| away = yes
 
| neutral =
 
| rank = 7
 
| opprank =
 
| opponent = {{cfb link|year=1979|team=Notre Dame Fighting Irish|title=Notre Dame}}
 
| site_stadium = [[Notre Dame Stadium]]
 
| site_cityst = [[Notre Dame, Indiana]]
 
| gamename = [[Notre Dame – USC rivalry]]
 
| tv = no
 
| score = 6–16
 
| overtime =
 
| attend = 48,682
 
}}
 
{{CFB Schedule End|poll=[[AP Poll]]}}
 
   
 
== References ==
 
== References ==

Revision as of 19:18, July 10, 2012

Don Clark was the coach of the University of Southern California's football team from 1957 to 1959. He compiled a 13–16–1 record, and was succeeded by John McKay.

1958

1958 USC Trojans football
ConferencePacific Coast Conference
1958 record4–5–1 (4–2–1 PCC)
Head coachDon Clark
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
Date Opponent# Rank# Site Result Attendance
September 19 #12 Oregon State Los Angeles Memorial ColiseumLos Angeles, California W 21–0   40,286
September 27* at Michigan Michigan StadiumAnn Arbor, Michigan L 19–20   77,005
October 3* North Carolina Los Angeles Memorial Stadium • Los Angeles, California L 7–8   43,238
October 21 vs. #15 Oregon Multnomah StadiumPortland, Oregon L 0–25   32,734
October 18† California Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum • Los Angeles, California L 12–14   34,872
October 25 vs. Washington State Spokane Memorial StadiumSpokane, Washington W 14–6   25,000
November 1 at Stanford Stanford StadiumStanford, California W 29–6   52,000
November 8 Washington Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum • Los Angeles, California W 21–6   32,987
November 22 at UCLA Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum • Los Angeles, California (Battle for the Victory Bell) T 15–15   58,507
November 29* #18 Notre Dame Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum • Los Angeles, California (Notre Dame – USC rivalry) L 13–20   66,903
*Non-Conference Game. Homecoming. #Rankings from AP Poll.


References


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