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April 30, 2000 | ROY JURGENS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Southern California Sun of the World Football League lasted almost two seasons, the L.A. Express of the U.S. Football League lasted all of three. If the Los Angeles Dragons of the newly christened Spring Football League have any hope of lasting even that long, they will have to improve on the sparse crowd of 1,100 that saw them lose, 16-13, to the Houston Marshals on Saturday at the Coliseum.
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April 30, 2000 | ROY JURGENS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Southern California Sun of the World Football League lasted almost two seasons, the L.A. Express of the U.S. Football League lasted all of three. If the Los Angeles Dragons of the newly christened Spring Football League have any hope of lasting even that long, they will have to improve on the sparse crowd of 1,100 that saw them lose, 16-13, to the Houston Marshals on Saturday at the Coliseum.
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April 28, 2000 | ROY JURGENS
It has been 1,952 days since the last professional football game was played at the Coliseum. The L.A. Dragons of the Spring Football League will end that drought Saturday when they play host to the Houston Marshals at 4 p.m. The newly christened SFL markets itself as a total family entertainment package, bringing together football, live music and retired NFL players. Dragon Coach Doug Cosbie, a former tight end with the Dallas Cowboys, has had all of 10 days to whip his team into shape.
SPORTS
April 28, 2000 | ROY JURGENS
It has been 1,952 days since the last professional football game was played at the Coliseum. The L.A. Dragons of the Spring Football League will end that drought Saturday when they play host to the Houston Marshals at 4 p.m. The newly christened SFL markets itself as a total family entertainment package, bringing together football, live music and retired NFL players. Dragon Coach Doug Cosbie, a former tight end with the Dallas Cowboys, has had all of 10 days to whip his team into shape.
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