The USC football team celebrated their win over UCLA for all it was worth
How much USC football fans can or should enjoy an undefeated season in 2020 has been a topic of discussion after the Trojans locked up a victory over UCLA on Saturday night.
What’s not under debate is how much USC football players are enjoying the moment.
After prevailing 43-38 at the Rose Bowl, the Trojans carted the Victory Bell, still decked out in cardinal as it will remain for another year, into the locker room and had a party.
USC football enjoyed the heck out of beating UCLA
Social media was alive on Saturday night with pictures and videos from inside the locker room showing a raucous scene. Most of it revolved around the Victory Bell, which was ringing non-stop.
Players took to social media with photos alongside the Victory Bell.
Elsewhere on social media, players and even USC commits poked at UCLA’s “little brother” persona.
USC coaches and staffers were also in on the trolling of UCLA.
Other Trojans called attention to the effort within.
By beating UCLA in 2020, the Trojans improved to 5-0 this season and 49-32-7 against the Bruins all-time.
It was the second-straight victory for USC in the series and the fifth in six meetings. That’s not a stretch to rival the Pete Carroll years just yet, but the Trojans have had the Bruins number for good while now.
It wouldn’t be a USC win over UCLA without Tusk which the band provided virtually.
Sunday can be all about enjoying the victory, but eyes will quickly have to turn to Friday when the Trojans will battle for the Pac-12 championship against Washington. USC hasn’t won the conference since 2017. The question is whether the Huskies will be available to play. Oregon and Colorado will also be headed to the Coliseum this weekend as a backup plan for the conference.