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The best team ever plays here
Great place to see USC football, bring cash for concessions, go on campus first and walk in with the band.
Needs some major remodeling
Football. Ride the Expo Line here and save yourself the hassle of parking.
Great place to see a sports event!! College football!! Not a bad seat in the house! Nose bleeds are worth it
That was brutal.
Take a field trip to see the peristyle and remember the great athletes of yesteryear.
Watching football game for the first time! I'm so proud of being a Trojan! Fight on!
You can go to the museum before the game! $5 water, limited food options. Good USC games though!
Every person that works here is so helpful!!!
Attend a USC college football game and root for the Trojans!
In line for 2 hours just to get in. Not cool. The only thing that makes sense right now is this...
Only the greatest football stadium in America for the nation's greatest football team.
Before Andy Reid was coaching some of the best offenses in the NFL, he was dominating the Punt, Pass, and Kick competition. Easy to see why, he was 2x the size of his fellow "pee-wee" players.
Home to Wattsatax in 1972, a music & culture festival that commemorated the 7th anniversary of the Watts riots. Here are great examples of recent African-American contributions: http://bet.us/BHM
The 1972 Dolphins beat the Washington Redskins and became the NFL’s only perfect season in the Super Bowl era.
The first “Super Bowl” was played at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum on January 15, 1967. Here, the Green Bay Packers beat the Kansas City Chiefs 35-10.
Squeeze into the student section and don't forget to boo the Bruins!! Try a bacon-wrapped hotdog if you're feeling brave. Fight on!
The Beautiful Coliseum! A USC game at The Coliseum is like putting a pretty dress on a hooker.
The Duck sticks it in deep using a Trojan!
Team Insomnia Approved
The Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum is the only stadium to have hosted the Olympic Games twice, in 1932 and 1984. It is also the only Olympic stadium to have also hosted Super Bowls and World Series.
Stay until the end of the 4th quarter
Love the peristyle end. Miss the old Kentucky Fried Chicken that used to be across the way on Fig St.
Fight on SC !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Unopened h2o bottles & outside food is ok!
bring UNOPENED water bottles since they cost 5$ inside. also make sure you have sunblock if you don't want a horrible tan. & be ready to be heckled if you're not in SC gear in the student section.
Watch the Olympic Cauldron light up for the fourth quarter of a Trojans game. It’s also lit for special occasions like the Olympics and the Dodgers’ 50th Anniversary Game played here in 2008.
Get a bacon wrapped hotdog after the game is a MUST!
Real trojans stay for the ENTIRE game! AND the Trojan Marching Band post game show!
Don't know the USC Fight Song? Here it is: Fight on for ol' SC! Our men fight on to victory. Our alma mater dear looks up to you! Fight on and win for ol' SC! Fight on to victory! Fight on!
New jumbo screen looks great.
Trust us, the turkey sausages outside the student section are AMAZING!
Eat like a winner before every football home game at Lawry’s Catering Tailgates near gate 1. Open bar, hand-carved sandwiches by Lawry’s The Prime Rib. Buy advanced tickets for $68/ person per event.
The Wattstax Music Festival was held here on 8/20/1972. Often referred to as "the Black Woodstock," the day-long concert was held to commemorate the seventh anniversary of the Watts riots.
What's your favorite Olympic sport? President Reagan opened the summer games here on July 28, 1984.
Does your favorite athlete wear (NIKE)RED shoe laces? They help fight AIDS. Lace Up Save Lives.
The Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum is the only stadium in the world to host the Olympic Games twice - once in 1932 and again in 1984.
Had such a great time filling this place with dirt this summer! Check out the photo gallery http://espn.go.com/action/photos/gallery/_/id/5425499/day-3#/14/
If you're hungry, go for the little taco stands or Derrick's sausage tents...Ghetto dogs are a great post-game heart attack snack too! ;-) and of course, FIGHT ON!