USC ended the 2004 season on top of the college football world after a resounding victory over Oklahoma in the Bowl Championship Series' title game. It was the 11th national championship for a program that has won more than 700 games in more than a century of play. Trojan football is much more than a litany of on-field accolades, though. It's also the marching band and the song girls, “Conquest” and “Fight On,” Traveler and the Coliseum. It is the locker-room tunnel, Tommy Trojan, the Rose Bowl on New Year’s Day, and not just one, but two, annual rivalry games. This book chronicles many of the dramatic moments and colorful characters in one of college football's most storied programs.