USC-UCLA, 1970s

The 1970s ushered in an exciting era -- including 1976 when coaches John Robinson, left, and Terry Donahue faced each other for the first time -- as the rivals played five times over a seven-year span with a Rose Bowl trip on the line for both teams. USC won seven times in the '70s. In '76, the Trojans knocked off second-ranked UCLA, 24-14. The following season, Frank Jordan kicked a 38-yard field goal with two seconds left to give the Trojans a 29-27 victory.
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