25 Best USC Football Traditions
Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports
22. Heritage Hall
Though no longer the singular hub to all things USC Athletics, there is no denying that Heritage Hall is the capitol of Troy and the lifeblood of the Trojans. It’s where fans can feel proud to rep the cardinal and gold, and where players can get a taste of what the expectations are at USC.
With a public space that serves as a shrine to the football team, the newly remodeled building houses Heisman Trophies, bowl loot and rivalry winnings, in addition to museum space dedicated to great Trojans of the past.
Heritage Hall was built in 1971 with virtually all of the Trojans’ athletic facilities before the opening of the John McKay Center in 2012, including offices, locker rooms and a weight room.
Now, the lower levels feature all new spaces devoted strictly to USC’s women’s athletic teams, along with an underground walkway under the Galen Dining Center and over to the McKay Center.