March Madness is finally here, and with it is a trip to the Big Dance for the USC Trojans.
For the fourth straight year the Trojans have qualified to play in the NCAA Tournament, with one of those years being torpedoed due to the COVID-19 pandemic that cancelled the tournament in 2020.
That being said, it's another feather in the cap of the current regime as it's the first time in school history that the Trojans will be dancing for four straight years. A 20-win season punches a ticket that fans are hoping lasts a lot longer than recent trips to March Madness. Isaiah Mobley and Chevez Goodwin might be gone after last year's loss but the Trojans are back and ready to rumble.
March Madness schedule: When do USC Trojans play next?
It's going to be a long week for Trojans fans, as USC doesn't play until the final day of the Round of 64. That just means we have all week to get hyped about the matchup and also stress about all of the things that could go wrong.
With a matchup against Tom Izzo and the Spartans, that list could be long.
Still, the seeding difference goes a long way in proving that the Trojans might have what it takes to be a cinderella team this year. As a No. 10 seed, the Trojans are positioned nicely to be a popular upset pick in brackets across the country.
Here's when the USC Trojans play next in March Madness:
- Matchup: USC Trojans vs. Michigan State Spartans
- Date: Friday, March 17th
- Start Time: TBD
- TV Channel: TBD
- Announcers: TBD
How to watch March Madness 2023: TV schedule and live stream info
Trojans fans can watch (and stress over) their team on the CBS family of networks once again this year (cue your annual Googling of what channel TruTV is, exactly — it’s 246 on DirecTV).
CBS, TBS, TNT and, yes, TruTV will be your television homes for 2023’s tournament, and CBS has also released expanded streaming coverage on March Madness Live.