USC – THE LOS ANGELES MEMORIAL COLISEUM

USC really drives the tradition of west coast football. With their first squad fielded in 1888, Southern Cal is a team that sets a standard for others not only near the Pacific, but nationally. USC is one of those places that define tradition. An illustrious history includes coaching legends, Heisman Trophy winners, national championships, and classic rivalries (Notre Dame and UCLA most notably).

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UCLA – THE ROSE BOWL

The Rose Bowl is known as the “granddaddy of them all” because of its prestige, rich history, and striking beauty. Set amongst the San Gabriel Mountains and placed in the ritzy neighborhoods of the Arroyo Seco, the setting is timeless and leaves a lasting impression. Arguably college football’s most picturesque view occurs as the sunset illuminates the mountains adjacent to the Rose Bowl, while outlining this colorfully grand arena.  It’s one of perfection’s rare visits.

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Game 232: Northern Arizona @ #20 Arizona

77 points – record.  499 rushing yards – record.  792 total yards – record.  Thank you for visiting, Northern Arizona.  Mind turning out the lights when you leave?

Arizona used their FCS neighbors to the north to dust off their record book and replace a few old numbers.  The Wildcats came out struggling a bit, but then chopped down the Lumberjacks with a forest full of offense.

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