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USC has once again challenged itself with one of the most daunting schedules in the nation, including marquee non-conference matchups against Texas (September 9 at the Coliseum) and Notre Dame (October 21 in South Bend). The Trojans will host Western Michigan, the nation's top Group of Five team last year, on September 2 to kick off the new season.
Riding a nine-game winning streak, the second longest in the nation, the reigning Rose Bowl champions will be tested early and often in conference play. Stanford comes to the Coliseum in Week 2 (September 9) as part of a three-game home stand that will energize the Coliseum from day one.
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USC will then play four of its next six on the road, including a Friday night game at Washington State, the lone weekday game on the schedule this season. The Trojans will visit the Cougs and host Oregon State in 2017 after missing both schools in 2015 and 2016. USC will not play Washington or Oregon this year unless the teams battle in the Pac-12 Championship Game on December 1 or 2.
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The Trojans will close the regular season by visiting Colorado, the defending Pac-12 South champions, and hosting UCLA at the Coliseum on Saturday, November 18. USC will be off for Thanksgiving weekend, hopefully preparing for the Pac-12 Championship Game the following week.