Two isn't reccomended in a 75 for the sheer fact that they get up to 14" and are territorial, messy eaters. 55 is too small for an Oscar because even at 12", they can hardly turn around due to the depth of the tank. I strongly advise, having bred Oscars myself, that if you really want an Oscar, you get a single Oscar with no other tankmates. I have seen Oscars with pike, bass and other monster fish kept in 10 gallon tanks. YouTube is not a good site to base your stocking on.
The 1" per gallon rule does not hold true, either, because, in theory, that means you can put a Goldfish in a 10 gallon tank. We all know that this is not the case. The bioload of the fish has to be taken into consideration, as well as how large it gets as an adult.
Edit - Also, just because two fish were raised together, doesn't mean they won't kill eachother as adults. Look at bettas, for example, they are fine as fry but AS SOON as the sex is distinguishable, they will begin fighting. It doesn't matter that they were born and raised together, it is in their nature as territorial, agressive fish. Now, there are some exceptions to this, but DO NOT count on your fish being that exception. They are exceedingly rare and happened upon generally by mistake or through the carelessness/inexperiece of a fishkeeper.