Found November 12, 2012 on No Coast Bias :
Despite a lackluster performance by my Arizona State Sun Devils I ended up having a great time as they took on the USC Trojans in the infamous Coliseum this weekend. A friend of mine from when I worked at ASU had asked me to cover the game for his website, which is a part of The post ASU vs. USC Experience in the Coliseum appeared first on No Coast Bias.
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