The Rose Bowl

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Or “The Granddaddy of the All,” the Rose Bowl has been a symbol for College Bowl Games since the beginning. Every year on New Years Day (or January 2nd if New Years Day is on a Sunday) the Rose Bowl becomes the center stage for College Football oldest event. The entire day is dedicated to Roses starting early in the morning with the Tournament of Roses Parade which travels down Pasadena’s Colorado Blvd. I have been going to the Rose Bowl all my life. I have seen the UCLA Bruins play countless number of times there and also been to 2 Rose Bowl Games (Oregon vs. Wisconsin and College Football Playoffs Oregon vs. Florida St.) Each time I visit the Rose Bowl it brings back the days when I first got into watching a find a passion for football. The Rose Bowl is one of a kind, its timeless and precious and it will continue to be that way.

Facts: Built in 1921 and opened in 1922, architect Myron Hunt. Capacity 92,542, record 106,869. Located in the City of Pasadena (northeast of Downtown Los Angeles).

Noted Events: UCLA Football, Rose Bowl Game, College Football Playoffs, BCS National Championship, Super Bowl, FIFA World Cup…

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2 Responses

  1. Profile photo of Robert Sordo says:

    The Rose Bowl is awesome! Home of many of great sporting events. One i did not know took place there was the world cup. Really cool open design.

  2. Really cool design. Very big stadium. Hopefully, the Sooners can play another Rose Bowl game there soon.

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