January 26, 1987 |
As Super Bowl XXI was played in suburban Pasadena, Los Angeles' own Coliseum was decked out for the day as well. The Coliseum field was painted in bright colors, with a Super Bowl XXV insignia there for all to see. No one was on hand, of course, except maybe a few photographers interested in a sidelight story. The game was about 20 miles away, after all. So what was the Coliseum up to? Well, Feb. 5 in New York, bids will be presented to an NFL committee for the 1991 Super Bowl. That's right.