Poll: Best ever USC Rose Bowl game (‘75 vs ‘17)

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  2. 901 Club

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    Great win over Oklahoma in the 75 Rose Bowl.

    Take that, to those who said we couldn’t beat them.
     
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    I’m going with the 2017 Rose Bowl (Darnold to Burnett), although 1975 was a classic also.
     
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  4. ErikMcKinney

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    Fixed now. I created the poll while looking at the results of the two USC - Oklahoma polls, and clearly my brain wasn't ready to move on. Poll shows USC - OSU now. Thanks for the catch.
     
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    1980 Rose Bowl. Charlie White over the top.
     
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    17 Rose Bowl was very exciting and memorable with a great finish. 75 game had all those same attributes, but also got us a NC so it gets my vote.
     
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    1975, the year I graduated. The absolute best
     
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    75 was better in part because the win over Penn St gave everyone false hope that we had a good coach, but that came crashing down after just a short off season with Helton at the helm.
     

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