No Doubt: USC's 2004 National Championship Season
Sports Publishing LLC, 2005 - Sports & Recreation - 128 pages
Filled with stunning full-color photos, this eye-popping book takes you game by game through the Trojans incredible 2004 season. Relive USC's dominant season from the season opener against Virginia Tech, close calls against conference rivals Stanford, Cal, and UCLA, and a blowout victory against longtime rival Notre Dame. Game wraps, stats and of course, the 2005 Orange Bowl victory over Oklahoma for the National Championship are all here. Also included are profiles of USC's biggest stars, like Heisman Trophy-winning quarterback Matt Leinart, running back Reggie Bush, and coach Pete Carroll . Follow the Trojans from the hot summer practices through the hot Orange Bowl celebration with a keepsake that will allow you to relive this special season for years to come.
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