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THE POSSE IN THE COLISEUM? L.A. GROUP SAYS YES TO CFL
Published December 15, 1994
A Los Angeles group attempting to buy the CFL Las Vegas Posse has met with representatives of the L.A. Coliseum about possible use of the facility. Las Vegas Major League Sports Inc., which owns the team, announced an agreement in principal Wednesday to sell the team to the L.A. group, pending debt problems and CFL approval. Coliseum General Manager Pat Lynch said he has met twice with representatives of the group, but talks have been "preliminary in nature." Potential problems include the current configuration of the Coliseum floor, not currently wide enough for a CFL field, and the possibility that scheduled construction of a new press box could hinder stadium use (Tim Brown, L.A. DAILY NEWS, 12/15).