The Day A Blonde Bombshell Fan Flashed A National TV Audience
The USC-UCLA football game is one of the best rivalries in not just college football but in all sports. The two schools are not jut in the same state, they are in the same city. And, just like in spread-out Los Angeles, there is a world of difference in the campuses that are downtown and in Westwood, respectively.
My favorite memory this rivalry comes from long before I ever went to one of the games.
I was in college, all alone on an empty campus, and tuned in to watch that cross-town rivalry. The game was in the Los Angeles Coliseum, the weather was warm and sunny and I was thinking how cool it would be to attend just one of those games.
At one slow moment in the action, the camera panned the stands. Quickly, it found a beautiful blonde woman walking up the stairs to her seat. She was dressed in a full-length mink coat and she kept walking up the steps.
The camera stayed on her, following her every step. Up, up and up she continued until – well aware she was being watched – she stopped when she got to her row, turned to face the camera, and opened her coat to reveal a fantastic, well-tanned and completely nude body.
She had just flashed a national television audience!
The camera stayed put on her and then she calmly covered herself and moved to her seat.
“Whoa!,” I exclaimed.
Keith Jackson, the legendary college football announcer, was calling the game and I recall him saying something along the lines of “you never know what you might see at a Southern Cal-UCLA game.”
At that moment, I sat up and remarked to myself that “one day, I will be at that game.”
Little did I know that I would be at several of them. I wound up moving to Los Angeles, got involved with a fun group that took party buses to the game and I even wound up on the sideline as the Public Relations Representative for the Lexus Gauntlet, a USC-UCLA all-sports trophy that was awarded to the schools at the time.
There have been some fun Thanksgiving memories – I still remembering as a kid being warned to stay out of the kitchen when the women went in there to cook the meals because it was always a very busy scene – but nothing tops that seeing that babe at the USC-UCLA game.