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Football on a weekday: USC faces Cal on Thursday at the Coliseum

With classes in session, there will be some changes from a usual football Saturday

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The Trojans won the 2015 Pac-12 South title. (Photo/Stephen Dunn)

Thursday night football returns to the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum on Oct. 27, as the Trojans take on the Cal Golden Bears. It’s only the fourth time USC has played a non-Thanksgiving or non-bowl Thursday game in the Coliseum.

Since classes will be in session and the university will operate on its normal Thursday schedule, there will be some changes from a typical Saturday home game:

Parking

  • Football game attendees will not be allowed to use on-campus lots until after the close of business and the majority of staff, students and faculty has left.
  • Coliseum lots will be open and available for game-day parking beginning at 2 p.m.
  • The Los Angeles Convention Center’s Venice lot (on Figueroa Street between Venice Boulevard and 15th Drive) will be available for $15, including a complimentary shuttle to and from the Coliseum.

Tailgating

  • Tailgating and picnicking will not be permitted on campus.
  • Tailgating at the Coliseum and Exposition Park will be allowed as on a normal game day.

Tickets

For more information, visit USCTrojans.com.

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