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USC Football: Porno Shot at LA Coliseum in 2001 Something Trojans Shouldn't Fret

1 Sep 2001:  USC head coach Pete Carroll watches his team warm up for their game with San Jose State at the Los Angeles Coliseum in Los Angeles California. USC won 21-10. DIGITAL IMAGE.  Mandatory Credit:  Stephen Dunn/Allsport.
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Michael FelderNational CFB Lead WriterMay 30, 2012

In September 2001, the USC Trojans were in year one under Pete Carroll and starting their path to a 6-6 season in Troy. While the University of Southern California was a cold 1-3 in September, someone else was apparently keeping the Coliseum hot. Very hot. Also steamy. 

That's because the folks at Anabolic Video were busy finding a way to shoot "The Gangbang Girl #32" on the field at the LA Coliseum, according to The Los Angeles Times. The Trojans might have had a tough time scoring in year one under Pete Carroll, but Mr. Marcus and the rest of the cast of "The Gangbang Girl #32" most certainly did not. The hardcore pornographic movie was filmed and features the LA Coliseum, home of the Trojans, quite prominently: the twinkling lights along with the iconic stadium tunnel and seats.

How the group got the rights to shoot the footage on the field in the Coliseum is quite the mystery. However, one thing is certain, the Trojans do not need to sweat this embarrassment. It is only recently, this May to be exact, that the University of Southern California got the rights to the day-to-day operations of the stadium, according to ESPN. Prior to the restructuring of the lease agreement, the city controlled the day-to-day managing of the facility.

The former general manager of the Coliseum is in hot water, albeit not for the "Coliseum Porno Incident." Former GM Patrick Lynch is paying back $385,000 in ill-begotten funds via kickbacks from contractors. With Lynch vehemently denying any connection to the pornography, the quest to discover how the process was green lit has very few leads. USC should be in the clear here as their prior agreement did not allow them to grant access to the stadium outside of their home games and football-related activities.

Just an odd story and one that rivals will likely try to use against the Trojans of both the Pete Carroll and Lane Kiffin eras. In the grand scheme of things, beyond meaningless fan fodder, the incident has little to do with the Trojans.

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