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‘Like hearing a well-dressed boardwalk preacher shouting that the world will end at midnight’

by Brad A. Greenberg

November 28, 2007 | 5:11 pm


So USC is threatening to leave the crumbling Coliseum for the beautiful Rose Bowl unless they are offered a more favorable deal. I pray the Trojans do not come to call Pasadena home; that is our house, even if we couldn’t beat hapless Notre Dame there. Weighing in on the likelihood of this happening, Bill Plaschke nails it with an apocalyptic analogy:

Hearing USC’s threat to move its football team from the Coliseum to the Rose Bowl is like hearing a well-dressed boardwalk preacher shouting that the world will end at midnight.

You walk past, you shake your head, you know it’s baloney.

But later that night, if only for a moment, you quietly check your watch.

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