List of USC Trojans starting quarterbacks

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Then after following individuals have started games at the quarterback position for the USC Trojans football team, updated from 1975 through 2013. Inductees into the College Football Hall of Fame are designated alongside the player's final season. Players who had taken a redshirt season are designated (Redshirt).

Year Name Class First career start Number
of starts
Record
as starter
Awards/honors
2013 Cody Kessler Redshirt So. August 29 14 10–4
2012[1] Matt Barkley Sr. 11 7–4 Wuerffel Trophy
Max Wittek Redshirt Fr. November 24 2 0–2
2011[2] Matt Barkley Jr. 12 10–2 All-Pac-12 Second Team
2010[3] Matt Barkley So. 12 8–4
Mitch Mustain Redshirt Sr. November 27 1 0–1
2009[4] Matt Barkley Fr. September 5 12 9–3
Aaron Corp Redshirt So. September 19 1 0–1
2008[5] Mark Sanchez Redshirt Jr. 13 12–1 All-Pac-10 First Team; Rose Bowl MVP
2007[6] John David Booty Redshirt Sr. 10 9–1 Rose Bowl MVP
Mark Sanchez Redshirt So. October 13 3 2–1
2006[7] John David Booty Redshirt Jr. September 2 13 11–2 All-Pac-10 First Team
2005[8] Matt Leinart Redshirt Sr. 13 12–1 Unitas; All-Pac-10 First Team
2004[9] Matt Leinart Redshirt Jr. 13 13–0 Heisman; Consensus All-American; Co-Pac-10 Offensive Player of the Year; All-Pac-10 First Team; Walter Camp Award; AP Player of the Year; Manning Award; Orange Bowl MVP
2003[10] Matt Leinart Redshirt So. August 30 13 12–1 Pac-10 Offensive Player of the Year; All-Pac-10 First Team; Rose Bowl MVP
2002[11] Carson Palmer Redshirt Sr. 13 11–2 Heisman; Unitas; Consensus All-American; Co-Pac-10 Offensive Player of the Year; All-Pac-10 First Team; Orange Bowl MVP
2001[12] Carson Palmer Redshirt Jr. 12 6–6
2000[13] Carson Palmer Redshirt So. 12 5–7
1999[14] Carson Palmer So. 3 2–1
Mike Van Raaphorst Redshirt Jr. 5 1–4
John Fox Redshirt Sr. 4 3–1
1998[15] Carson Palmer Fr. October 31 5 3–2
Mike Van Raaphorst Redshirt So. 8 5–3
1997[16] John Fox Redshirt So. September 6 9 5–4
Mike Van Raaphorst Redshirt Fr. November 1 2 1–1
1996[17] Brad Otton Redshirt Sr. 12 6–6
1995[18] Brad Otton Redshirt Jr. 10 8–1–1
Kyle Wachholtz Redshirt Sr. November 11 2 1–1
1994[19] Rob Johnson Sr. 10 6–3–1
Brad Otton Redshirt So. October 8 2 2–0
1993[20] Rob Johnson Jr. 13 8–5 All-Pac-10 First Team
1992[21] Rob Johnson So. 12 6–5–1
1991[22] Reggie Perry Redshirt So. September 2 10 3–7
Rob Johnson Fr. November 16 1 0–1
1990[23] Todd Marinovich Redshirt So. 11 7–4
Shane Foley Redshirt Sr. October 27 2 1–0–1
1989[24] Todd Marinovich Redshirt Fr. September 4 12 9–2–1 All-Pac-10 First Team
1988[25] Rodney Peete Redshirt Sr. 12 10–2 Unitas; Pac-10 Offensive Player of the Year; All-Pac-10 First Team
1987[26] Rodney Peete Redshirt Jr. 12 8–4
1986[27] Rodney Peete Redshirt So. 12 7–5 All-Pac-10 Second Team
1985[28] Rodney Peete Redshirt Fr. November 16 4 2–2
Sean Salisbury Redshirt Sr. 8 4–4
1984[29] Tim Green Sr. October 6 9 7–2 Rose Bowl Co-MVP
Kevin McLean Redshirt Fr. September 29 1 0–1
Sean Salisbury Sr. 2 2–0
1983 Sean Salisbury Jr. 11 4–6–1
1982 Scott Tinsley November 6 4 3–1
Sean Salisbury So. September 11 7 5–2
1981 John Mazur September 5 12 9–3
1980 Gordon Adams Redshirt Sr. September 13 11 8–2–1
1979 Paul McDonald Sr. 12 11–0–1
1978 Paul McDonald Jr. September 9 12 11–1
Rob Preston Jr. December 2 1 1–0
1977 Rob Hertel Sr. 12 8–4
1976 Vince Evans Sr. 12 11–1
1975 Vince Evans Jr.  ? 8 4–4
Mike Sanford So. November 15 1 0–1
Rob Hertel So. October 4 3 3–0

References[edit]

  1. ^ USC Sports Information Office (2013). 2013 USC Football Media Guide. Los Angeles, California: University of Southern California. p. 56. Retrieved 2013-07-14.  Wittek started versus Notre Dame and Georgia Tech; Barkley started all other games.
  2. ^ USC Sports Information Office (2012). 2012 USC Football. Los Angeles, California: University of Southern California. p. 56. Retrieved 2012-09-15. 
  3. ^ USC Sports Information Office (2011). 2011 USC Football. Los Angeles, California: University of Southern California. p. 55. Retrieved 2011-07-15.  Mustain started versus Notre Dame; Barkley started all other games.
  4. ^ USC Sports Information Office (2010). 2010 USC Football. Los Angeles, California: University of Southern California. p. 58. Retrieved 2010-11-29.  Corp started versus Washington; Barkley started all other games.
  5. ^ USC Sports Information Office (2009). 2009 USC Football. Los Angeles, California: University of Southern California. p. 61. Retrieved 2010-11-29. 
  6. ^ USC Sports Information Office (2008). 2008 USC Football. Los Angeles, California: University of Southern California. p. 61. Retrieved 2010-11-29.  Sanchez started versus Arizona, Notre Dame, and Oregon; Booty started all other games.
  7. ^ USC Sports Information Office (2007). 2007 USC Football. Los Angeles, California: University of Southern California. p. 61. Retrieved 2010-11-29. 
  8. ^ USC Sports Information Office (2006). 2006 USC Football. Los Angeles, California: University of Southern California. p. 59. Retrieved 2010-11-29. 
  9. ^ USC Sports Information Office (2005). USC 2005 Football. Los Angeles, California: University of Southern California. p. 62. Retrieved 2010-11-29. 
  10. ^ USC Sports Information Office (2004). 2004 USC Football. Los Angeles, California: University of Southern California. p. 123. Retrieved 2010-11-29. 
  11. ^ USC Sports Information Office (2003). 2003 USC Football. Los Angeles, California: University of Southern California. p. 117. Retrieved 2010-11-29. 
  12. ^ USC Sports Information Office (2002). 2002 USC Football. Los Angeles, California: University of Southern California. p. 123. 
  13. ^ USC Sports Information Office (2001). 2001 USC Football. Los Angeles, California: University of Southern California. p. 122. 
  14. ^ USC Sports Information Office (2000). Trojan Football 2000 Media Guide. Los Angeles, California: University of Southern California. p. 121.  Palmer started versus Hawaii, San Diego State, and Oregon; Fox started versus Arizona State, Washington State, UCLA, and Louisiana Tech; Van Raaphorst started all other games.
  15. ^ USC Sports Information Office (1999). Trojan Football 1999 Media Guide. Los Angeles, California: University of Southern California. p. 108.  Palmer started versus Washington, Stanford, UCLA, Notre Dame, and TCU; Van Raaphorst started all other games.
  16. ^ USC Sports Information Office (1998). Trojan Football 1998 Media Guide. Los Angeles, California: University of Southern California. p. 118.  Van Raaphorst started versus Washington and Stanford; Fox started all other games.
  17. ^ USC Sports Information Office (1997). Trojan Football 1997 Media Guide. Los Angeles, California: University of Southern California. p. 198. 
  18. ^ USC Sports Information Office (1996). 1996 USC Football. Los Angeles, California: University of Southern California. p. 97.  Wachholtz started versus Oregon State and UCLA; Otton started all other games.
  19. ^ USC Sports Information Office (1995). USC Football 1995. Los Angeles, California: University of Southern California. p. 99.  Otton started versus Oregon State and California; Johnson started all other games.
  20. ^ USC Sports Information Office (1994). 1994 USC Football. Los Angeles, California: University of Southern California. p. 93. 
  21. ^ USC Sports Information Office (1993). 1993 USC Football. Los Angeles, California: University of Southern California. p. 99. 
  22. ^ USC Sports Information Office (1992). 1992 USC Football. Los Angeles, California: University of Southern California. p. 101.  Johnson started versus Arizona; Perry started all other games.
  23. ^ USC Sports Information Office (1991). 1991 USC Football. Los Angeles, California: University of Southern California. p. 155.  Foley started versus Arizona State and California; Marinovich started all other games.
  24. ^ USC Sports Information Office (1990). 1990 USC Football. Los Angeles, California: University of Southern California. p. 165. 
  25. ^ USC Sports Information Office (1989). 1989 USC Football. Los Angeles, California: University of Southern California. p. 145. 
  26. ^ USC Sports Information Office (1988). 1988 USC Football. Los Angeles, California: University of Southern California. p. 126. 
  27. ^ USC Sports Information Office (1987). 1987 USC Football. Los Angeles, California: University of Southern California. p. 104. 
  28. ^ USC Sports Information Office (1986). 1986 USC Football. Los Angeles, California: University of Southern California. p. 98.  Peete started versus Washington, UCLA, Oregon, and Alabama; Salisbury started all other games.
  29. ^ USC Sports Information Office (1985). 1985 USC Football. Los Angeles, California: University of Southern California. p. 93.  Salisbury started versus Utah State and Arizona State; McLean started versus LSU; Green started all other games.