For the first time since 1949, Los Angeles Loyola is hosting a varsity football game on its campus. Tickets sold out in 54 minutes for the 7:30 p.m. Friday game against San Diego St. Augustine.
It's been months in the planning. Portable bleachers that will seat 4,000 are being brought in. Portable lights are going up. Venice Boulevard will be closed adjacent to the school to help with parking.
And, in perhaps a first for a high school game in Southern California, Loyola is going to create a drop-off area for fans who use ride-sharing services such as Uber or Lyft.
If you don't have a prized $15 parking voucher, you can take one of the free shuttle buses leaving from...