USC-UNLV Game: Bring Your Own Paramedics

USC is going to play UNLV at 1 p.m. on Sept. 1.

Anyone want to guess what the temperature will be that day?

Last year’s Western Michigan game might have been the hottest game I ever attended at the Coliseum.

Maybe you can take cover under a construction crane. I would recommend watching the game on TV but it will be on the Pac-12 Network.

So you might want to take a pass on this game.

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13 thoughts on “USC-UNLV Game: Bring Your Own Paramedics

  1. I thought it was interesting that you didn’t comment on all these points when you originally posted the time. I should have known you’d bring the car back around the corner for another crack it… good work

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    1. He needed to make a donut run..(jkg) lol.. I actually like Scott’s new format and blog.. It’s been a while since I’ve been on these sites.. Hope all is well.

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  2. If that’s the case on the game time then USC should have just played the game in Vegas.

    I like home games and all but a weekend in Vegas with the game and all that Vegas has to offer wouldn’t necessarily be a bad thing.

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    1. “a weekend in Vegas….with all that Vegas as to offer….”
      #”…Wouldn’tNecessarilyBeABadThing”
      #2018GoldMedalReplyAward

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      1. I’m actually good friends with Rick Caruso and his family .. I knew for several days he was to become the voice of BOT.. Rick brings a lot to the table.. Was never a fan of Mad Max and Pay Me Pat!..

        Rick is a huge football fan.. So Clay better be careful.. He did doesn’t have Mad Max to cover for him anymore!

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  3. The hottest game possibly in history at the Coliseum was against Purdue being 110 in the shade on August 31st late nineties at 11 :30 am kickoff.
    Caruso builds outdoor shopping centers/ malls. Another loser who backed Nikias originally until the heat got too hot. He did a lousy job being the head of the Police commission for awhile. Everyone at USC is a huge football fan with most them knowing almost nothing about the other sports or could care less it seems.

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    1. I was there. I believe that was the game Carson threw his first pass. Do you recall the band members getting carried out on stretchers due to the heat?

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  4. It was 110-117 degrees. I was there. Drew Breeze was the Purdue q.b. Why didn’t Swann tell the Pac 12 network to shove it and have the game at 5 or 7 pm. It is like no one will watch it.

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    1. LSU game in LA in the 80’s was brutal, humidity was high, temp was like 103, Florida game in LA for Tollner’s first game was brutally hot.

      I was at the Illinois game in the 80’s in Campaign, heat index was 130

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