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Five Ways USC Football Fans Can Survive the Offseason

Feb 16, 2017, 7:51 AM EST
Sep 18, 2016; Los Angeles, CA, USA; General view of peristyle end of Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum before the game between the Seattle Seahawks and the Los Angeles Rams. Mandatory Credit: Jayne Kamin-Oncea-USA TODAY Sports
Sep 18, 2016; Los Angeles, CA, USA; General view of peristyle end of Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum before the game between the Seattle Seahawks and the Los Angeles Rams. Mandatory Credit: Jayne Kamin-Oncea-USA TODAY Sports
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The USC football offseason may be long, but it can be survived.
Sep 18, 2016; Los Angeles, CA, USA; General view of peristyle end of Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum before the game between the Seattle Seahawks and the Los Angeles Rams. Mandatory Credit: Jayne Kamin-Oncea-USA TODAY Sports

The offseason can be excruciating for USC football fans, but it doesn’t have to be. There are tons of things to keep occupied with until September.

Now that Signing Day is in the books, the doldrums of the USC football offseason are beginning to set in.

However, the offseason blues can be combated, especially in a city like Los Angeles, where there’s always plenty to do and see.

Here’s a look at five ways USC fans can survive the treacherous offseason by keeping themselves busy with other things:

Watch Old USC Games On YouTube

Don’t know how to spend your Saturdays without a USC football game on the TV? Fear not, there’s an endless supply of Trojan football action right at your fingertips.

YouTube is a treasure trove of old games — most of them full length — from this past season and going back a lot further.

Relive USC triumphs like the 2017 Rose Bowl, The Drive in 2009 or the 2005 thriller in South Bend. If you’re feeling a bit masochistic, you can also watch crushing losses with a new lens, from the 2006 Rose Bowl to the Massacre in Arlington.

Surprisingly, there are more than just games from this century available for rewatch. Take in the old school starting line up introductions from the 1980 Rose Bowl between USC and Ohio State with O.J. Simpson on the call. Go back even further to The Game of the Century between USC and UCLA in 1967.

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