USC-UCLA Officially A Sellout

The USC-UCLA game at the Galen Center is officially a sellout.

Of course, tickets are readily available on the secondary market.

20 thoughts on “USC-UCLA Officially A Sellout

  1. I googled this game to find the tv broadcast channel, and interestingly enough, the second most frequently asked question in google about ucla-usc basketball is:

    “is ucla better than usc in basketball?”

    #HowTheMightyHaveFallen

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  2. PLUS THEY ARE GIVING OUT FREE CAROL FOLT BOBBLE HEAD DOLLS. FOLKS THIS ONE IS A COLLECTOR’S DREAM – IT EVEN SHOWS HER BEAUTIFUL LEGS BELOW THAT VERY SHORT MINI-SKIRT.

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      1. My “sources” (who I’m told double as Scott’s sources) inform me that Carol has occasionally been slipped what she refers to as “magic potions” at Executive Council meetings —“leading to an overpowering of my will and certain unfortunate conduct.” Bottom line —although she’s chaste, she’s technically not a virgin…
        #SameExcuseWasUsedBySirBorsIn”LeMorteDarthur”

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    1. I heard TB in a radio interview yesterday. I think he already knew.

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  3. gee,intresting how u have to by so called tickets to watch the gaim,so much fir the rest of us litle poeple,i geuss this is what they call bidens amerika,smdh

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    1. To your point, Ed (I just love that cliche), Super Bowl tickets for Super Bowl 1 were about $15, whereas Sunday’s game they start at $5,000.

      There were not so many “little people” in the 1960s as there are in 2022 (financially speaking).

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