Fighting Irish and Trojans: The best of a rivalry
(Eds: Updates with more photo links. With AP Photos.)
By TOM COYNE
The story goes that college football's greatest intersectional rivalry began when Notre Dame coach Knute Rockne's wife convinced her husband to play USC regularly starting in 1926. From 1928-32 the winner of the game won national championships and between 1962 and 1977 each won three national titles (with USC also winning a split title in the coaches poll in 1974).
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