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USC Vs. UCLA: Trojans' 50-0 Win Third Biggest Blowout In Series History

There have been 81 college football meetings between the USC Trojans and UCLA Bruins, dating back to 1929. The Trojans' 50-0 drubbing of the Bruins on Saturday night at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum was the third-most lopsided victory in series history, trailing only the first two matchups, USC shutout victories in 1929 (76-0) and 1930 (52-0).

Here are the biggest blowouts in the history of USC vs. UCLA:

  • 1929: USC 76, UCLA 0
  • 1930: USC 52, UCLA 0
  • 2011: USC 50, UCLA 0
  • 2005: USC 66, UCLA 19
  • 1950: UCLA 39, USC 0
  • 1938: USC 42, UCLA 7
  • 1979: USC 49, UCLA 14
  • 1954: UCLA 34, USC 0
  • 2002: USC 52, UCLA 21

USC leads the all-time series with UCLA, 46-28-7. The Trojans have beaten the Bruins five straight times, and have bested UCLA in 12 of the last 13 seasons.

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