The Los Angeles Times reported this morning on a porn film released 10 years ago that was filmed at the L.A. Coliseum on an off-week between USC football games. The Times asks how such a stunt could be executed (in the context of a corruption scandal involving the stadium's managers), but as yet there don't seem to be many answers. The Anabolic Video-produced The Gangbang Girl #32 dedicates half its running length to the scene, the premise of which is a football coach's desire to prove his players aren't "fags." We stripped the actual sex from the above video, which as it may provides a unique view of the Coliseum fully-lit but empty of spectators.

While the Times investigation focuses on how consent was given to film porn at the Coliseum, we're more interested in how this story is just now coming to light 10 years after the fact. Either the fan bases for college football and gangbang porn don't overlap—ha!—or anyone who recognized one of America's most famous sports venues didn't want to admit watching The Gangbang Girl #32. Also of note? The scene was filmed just days after 9/11. People cope in different ways, it seems.

(No USC players appear in the film; no condoms, either, so Trojans seem to be absent from the production.)

[Los Angeles Times]