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The Sports Council is a private, non-profit organization which supports economic and community development through the promotion of spectator sports programs in the Los Angeles and Orange County areas, including support of our local teams and the attraction of events to the area.

Trojans to Go Bowling in San Diego

USC (8-4, 6-3) will play Nebraska in the Holiday Bowl on Saturday, Dec. 27 at San Diego's Qualcomm Stadium.

This will be the fifth all-time matchup against the Cornhuskers, with the Trojans leading the all-time series 3-0-1. Their most recent victory came in 2007 in Lincoln.

Against common opponents this season, USC defeated Fresno State 52-13, while Nebraska won 55-19.

Barney Cotton is the interim coach after the firing of Bo Pelini. Mike Riley is the new full-time coach of the team, but will not coach in the bowl game. Riley is also a former USC assistant coach.

Nebraska opened the season with a 5-0 record, but finished 9-3 overall and 5-3 in Big Ten play.

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Schedule for Monday, December 22nd
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Calgary @ Los Angeles Kings 7:30PM 790 Ch. 13 Kings 
Schedule for Tuesday, December 23rd to Tuesday, December 30th
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Tuesday, December 23rd
NBA Golden State @ Los Angeles Lakers 7:30 PM 710, 1330 TWCS Lakers 
Saturday, December 27th
C-MFB USC vs. Nebraska @ Holiday Bowl 5:00 PM 710 ESPN USC 
Tuesday, December 30th
C-MBK Vermont @ USC 8:30 PM 710 P12N Inquire 
The Los Angeles Sports Council is a non-profit civic organization whose primary purpose is to promote economic development through sports in the Los Angeles/Orange County area.

On behalf of the community, the Sports Council bids against other cities for the right to host major sporting events, often staging or helping to stage events after successful bids.

Founded in 1988, the Sports Council's efforts represent more than $1 billion in overall economic impact for the region and range from NCAA Championships to the Super Bowl, and from the U.S Olympic Trials to the World Cup.

The Council also works in support of each of the area's established sports teams and facilities.

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