One of America's most famous stadiums could be getting a new tenant.
Administrators at the University of Southern California are negotiating with the Rose Bowl to make it the new home for Trojans football games.
They've played in the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum since 1923. USC has offered more than 100 million dollars to fund repairs and restoration of the Coliseum, which is located near its campus. But the Coliseum has rejected that offer as it tries to attract an NFL franchise. Los Angeles has been without a pro football team for more than a decade.
If there is a move, USC would have to share the Rose Bowl with its rival, UCLA, which already plays home games in Pasadena.