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L.A. Coliseum transforms from college football to NFL

LOS ANGELES -- The Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum recently hosted two football games in two days.

The USC Trojansbeat theTexas Longhornsin an overtime thriller, and less than 24 hours later, the Washington Redskins took down the Los Angeles Rams. It takes more than 1,000 people working around the clock to allow the 94-year-old stadium to pull double duty.

From field maintenance to parking enforcement to security, it's a complex operation that requires many levels of coordination and planning. More than 140,000 fans made their way to the Coliseum for the two games, and ESPN.com took an inside look at just what it takes to make it all possible.

















































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Time-lapse video of the Coliseum going from a USC game to a Rams game
Time-lapse video of the Coliseum going from a USC game to a Rams game
Time-lapse video of the Coliseum going from a USC game to a Rams game.

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