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by Ivan Maisel

USC Athletics


Los Angeles | Nov. 18, 1967

UCLA led USC 20-14 in the fourth quarter in 1967 when junior O.J. Simpson made the most famous run in Trojan history. USC quarterback Toby Page audibled to 23-Blast. Simpson, behind guard Steve Lehmer and tackle Mike Taylor, started left, moved to the middle, stumbled, righted himself and sped away 64 yards for the winning score. The Trojans won the national title. Simpson waited a year to win his Heisman.