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List of USC Trojans starting quarterbacks

Then after following individuals have started games at the ).

Year Name Class First career start Number
of starts
Record
as starter
Awards/honors
2013 Cody Kessler So. August 29 9 6–3
2012[1] Matt Barkley Sr. 11 7–4 Wuerffel Trophy
Max Wittek 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 Sr. November 27 1 0–1
2009[4] Matt Barkley Fr. September 5 12 9–3
Aaron Corp So. September 19 1 0–1
2008[5] Mark Sanchez Jr. 13 12–1 All-Pac-10 First Team; Rose Bowl MVP
2007[6] John David Booty Sr. 10 9–1 Rose Bowl MVP
Mark Sanchez So. October 13 3 2–1
2006[7] John David Booty Jr. September 2 13 11–2 All-Pac-10 First Team
2005[8] Matt Leinart Sr. 13 12–1 Unitas; All-Pac-10 First Team
2004[9] Matt Leinart 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 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 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 Jr. 12 6–6
2000[13] Carson Palmer So. 12 5–7
1999[14] Carson Palmer So. 3 2–1
Mike Van Raaphorst Jr. 5 1–4
John Fox Sr. 4 3–1
1998[15] Carson Palmer Fr. October 31 5 3–2
Mike Van Raaphorst So. 8 5–3
1997[16] John Fox So. September 6 9 5–4
Mike Van Raaphorst Fr. November 1 2 1–1
1996[17] Brad Otton Sr. 12 6–6
1995[18] Brad Otton Jr. 10 8–1–1
Kyle Wachholtz Sr. November 11 2 1–1
1994[19] Rob Johnson Sr. 10 6–3–1
Brad Otton 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 So. September 2 10 3–7
Rob Johnson Fr. November 16 1 0–1
1990[23] Todd Marinovich So. 11 7–4
Shane Foley Sr. October 27 2 1–0–1
1989[24] Todd Marinovich Fr. September 4 12 9–2–1 All-Pac-10 First Team
1988[25] Rodney Peete Sr. 12 10–2 Unitas; Pac-10 Offensive Player of the Year; All-Pac-10 First Team
1987[26] Rodney Peete Jr. 12 8–4
1986[27] Rodney Peete So. 12 7–5 All-Pac-10 Second Team
1985[28] Rodney Peete Fr. November 16 4 2–2
Sean Salisbury Sr. 8 4–4
1984[29] Tim Green Sr. October 6 9 7–2 Rose Bowl Co-MVP
Kevin McLean 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 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

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