Photos: See the Changes Coming to the Historic LA Memorial Coliseum

USC is breaking ground on renovations to the historic Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum. The Coliseum opened in June 1923 and went on to serve as a stage for the Olympics, two Super Bowls and other NFL battles, Los Angeles Dodgers baseball games, a World Series, a Papal Mass, presidential visits and USC football.

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Representatives from the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, USC Athletic Department and L.A. Rams held a news conference and tour to provide an overview of the progress on the Coliseum's $270 million renovation on Wednesday, Aug. 15, 2018.
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The officials provided information on parking and transportation options, tailgating, stadium ingress/egress, new features and media-specific areas.
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A topping out ceremony for the Coliseum's new Scholarship Tower will be held to mark the halfway point of the renovation project.
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This rendering depicts some of the changes planned for Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum.
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This rendering depicts some of the changes planned for Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum. This image is a south view of the stadium.
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This rendering depicts some of the changes planned for Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum. Renovations include improved WiFi, new seats and aisle handrails.
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This rendering depicts some of the changes planned for Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum. This view shows the historic peristyle.
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This rendering depicts some of the changes planned for Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum. This north view shows locations of additional aisles and handrails.
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This rendering depicts some of the changes planned for Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum. The work will include a Scholarship Club Tower with rooftop deck, press area, suites, club seats, loge boxes and other seating.
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This rendering depicts some of the changes planned for Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum.
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This rendering depicts some of the changes planned for Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum.
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