United Coliseum Quick Thought

Maybe United Airlines found the Coliseum an attractive site for naming rights after it discovered USC was moving thousands of fans’ seats for the renovation. And maybe USC will sell those partial-view seats on “standby.”

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  • RoseBowlBound

    Oh boy…

  • Alvarado

    Broke 2 hours ago – Rams delaying moving into their new Inglewood Stadium until 2020 due to excessive water because of heavy rains this past season.

    That means the Chargers will be at Stub Hub as well and USC and the commission get an additional year of revenue from the Rams. Plus side is it give the contractors more time to build it slowly and more importantly to be able to check any potential defects which would not have been the case if there was a crunch scheduled.

    • marvgoux1

      Inglewood is a swamp? We only had 20 inches of rain this year.

      • Alvarado

        Well it all collected into one spot where the crews are digging for the foundation for the new stadium and just like that – a full 12 mo. extension on the new scheduled completion date – Summer 2020.

      • Jethro G Sabbath

        Marv,
        Good to see you have internet access again!

    • JayJR

      The Coliseum Commission gets no direct revenue from the Rams sublease with USC, all of it goes to USC as the Ram’s landlord.

      • Alvarado

        Got it – I know they get 5% of the naming revenue per the a5 years for $70 million deal under consideration by USC.

  • Pasadena Trojan

    With the extra revenue, the PSL should be lowered since the Rams will be at the Colisuem.