• Week 10 - 1984: Los Angeles Express vs Houston Gamblers [FULL GAME]

    Week 10 - Monday, April 30, 1984 Attendance: 30,727, TV: ESPN The game was billed as a match between two of the United States Football League's best young quarterbacks, but a rookie place kicker stole the show. Tony Zendejas, who had missed two earlier attempts, kicked a 42-yard field goal wilh 10:19 remaining in overtime to lift the Los Angeles Express to a 27-24 victory over the Houston Gamblers. Zendejas sent the game into overtime with a 42-yard field goal with four seconds remaining in the fourth quarter. Houston's Toni Fritsch had given the Gamblers a 24-21 edge with a 26-yard field goal midway through the final quarter. Houston's Jim Kelly set team records with 380 yards and 37 completions and 50 attempts. Steve Young also was impressive for Los Angeles as he completed 17 of 28...

    published: 27 Jul 2015
  • Week 1 - 1983: New Jersey Generals vs Los Angeles Express

    1983 Week 1 - Sunday, March 6, 1983 Attendance: 34,002, TV: ABC The high-priced running back who left the University of Georgia a year early for a $5 million, three-year contract, did score the game's first touchdown. But he gained only 65 yards on 16 carries and by the second quarter, was largely forgotten by the crowd of 34,002 in the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum. Instead, all eyes were on Tom Ramsey and Tony Boddie as the Los Angeles Express beat the Generals 20-15 in a season-opening United States Football League game, one of five played that Sunday. Ramsey, who played his college ball in the same stadium last year when he was the nation's college passing percentage leader, turned things around when he replaced former National Football player Mike Rae with the Express trailing 9-...

    published: 21 Mar 2014
  • 1984 USFL Week 14 Arizona Wranglers @ Los Angeles Express

    This is just a great game with a great ending (well not for me) lol. Too bad that I can only find ESPN classic and an alternate edited version of this classic, maybe some day the original broadcast will show up. NOTE: I don't own or claim to own the copyright(s) associated with this video; absolutely NO copyright infringement is intended!

    published: 16 Aug 2013
  • 1984 - USFL Divisional Playoffs: Michigan Panthers vs Los Angeles Express

    1984 Quarterfinals - Saturday, June 30, 1984 Attendance: 7,964, TV: ABC [Note: The game starts at the 6:30 minute mark if you want to skip all the pregame analysis.] The teams played 4 hours and 3 minutes breaking the old mark of set by the Miami Dolphins and Kansas City Chiefs in a 1971 National Football League playoff game. Just 8,753 fans witnessed the struggle in the 90,000-seat Los Angeles Coliseum, where the Express downed the Michigan Panthers 27-21 to advance to the Western Conference Championship. Ironically, the player who broke up the game, tailback Mel Gray, broke his left arm as he crashed into the end zone on a 24-yard touchdown run at 3:33 of the third overtime. Kevin Nelson scored his second touchdown of the game on a 1-yard run to bring the Express to within 21-19 wit...

    published: 02 Aug 2014
  • Week 10 - 1983: Boston Breakers vs Los Angeles Express

    1983 Week 10 - Saturday, May 7, 1983 Attendance: 16,307, TV: ESPN The game between Boston and LA took place on Sat. May. 7, 1983 at the LA Memorial Coliseum with attendance around 16,307 but you couldn't tell by watching video of the game. Week 10 of the inaugural season of the USFL saw the LA Express win that day by a close margin due to a game winning field goal by kicker Vince Abbott. The Los Angeles Express, 5-5, held onto a one game lead in the Pacific Division by tipping the Boston Breakers 23-20. Mike Rae, who replaced starter Tom Ramsey after he left the game with a bruise of the achilles tendon, connected with Kris Haines for a 6-yard touchdown with 18 seconds remaining to seal the Los Angeles victory. Rae hit on nine of 12 passes for 104 yards and Haines caught six passes f...

    published: 29 Mar 2014
  • Week 12 - 1984: Los Angeles Express vs Philadelphia Stars

    1984 Week 12 - Sunday, May 13, 1984 Attendance: 22,391, TV: ABC A 46-yard interception return by Garcia Lane set up a go ahead touchdown by Dave Riley and Philadelphia went on to record its 11th victory in 12 games by winning at home against Los Angeles, 18-14. A crowd of 22,391 saw Los Angeles quarterback Steve Young and fullback Mel Gray power the Express, 5-7, to a 14-9 lead with 3:18 left in the third quarter. Young ran nine yards to give Los Angeles its second touchdown. Gray, a rookie from Purdue, finished with 122 yards on 20 carries, including a 20-yard TD jaunt, to become the first rusher to gain more than 100 yards in a game against the Stars this season. The Stars came back when Lane intercepted a Young pass and returned it to the two, from where Riley scored. The Stars set...

    published: 07 Nov 2013
  • USFL Los Angeles Express vs Houston Gamblers part 1

    Steve Young vs Jim Kelly

    published: 20 Feb 2010
  • Week 12 - 1985: Los Angeles Express vs Oakland Invaders

    Week 12 - Saturday, May 11, 1985 Attendance: 12,482, TV: ESPN John Williams ran for two touchdowns and Novo Bojovic kicked two 48-yard field goals as the streaking Oakland Invaders won their fourth straight United States Football League game with a 27-6 victory over the Los Angeles Express. Oakland, 8-3-1, moved into a temporary tie for first place in the Western Conference with Houston. Los Angeles dropped to 3-9. Williams scored his first touchdown less than two minutes into the game when he swept around left end for 26 yards. Bojovic's kick gave the Invaders a 7-0 lead. Tony Zendejas booted a 26-yard field goal moments into the second quarter to put the Express on the board. But the Invaders came right back four plays later when quarterback Bobby Hebert found Anthony Carter for a 6...

    published: 08 May 2015
  • Week 14 - 1984: Arizona Wranglers vs Los Angeles Express

    1984 Week 14 - Saturday, May 26, 1984 Attendance: 11,702 TV: ESPN Kevin Nelson's 2-yard touchdown run with 32 seconds left gave the Los Angeles Express a 24-17 victory over the Arizona Wranglers before a Crowd of 11,702 at the Coliseum. The scoring play was set up by a 58-yard interception return by Troy West. The win gave Los Angeles sole possession of second place in the Pacific Division at 7-7. Arizona fell to 6-8. The Express entered the fourth quarter trailing 17-14, but tied the game with 2:18 left in the game on Tony Zendejas' 43-yard field goal. Arizona took over and, in six plays, moved the ball from their 27 to the 47. The drive ended when Arizona quarterback Greg Landry's pass was picked off by West and returned to the Wrangler 2. Nelson scored on the next play. Arizona ...

    published: 12 May 2014
  • Week 7 - 1984: Los Angeles Express vs Denver Gold

    1984 Week 7 - Monday, April 9, 1984 Attendance: 19,115 TV: ESPN [Notes: The game starts around the 6:00 mark if you want to skip all the pregame stuff] A pair of fumbled Los Angeles kickoff returns late in the first half helped complete a 25-point second quarter flurry that lifted the Denver Gold to an improbable 6-1 record. Denver, everybody's choice to be an also-ran in 1984, posted its fourth straight victory and raised its Pacific Division lead to three games with the 35-27 United States Football League victory over Los Angeles before 19,115 rain-soaked fans in Denver. Panic might have set in after the Express jumped to a 14-0 lead in the first quarter. Steve Young, Los Angeles' $40 million rookie quarterback, set up the first score, beating the blitz by dumping a short pass over ...

    published: 17 Mar 2014
  • Week 13 - 1984: Michigan Panthers vs Los Angeles Express

    1984 Week 13 - Sunday, May 20, 1984 Attendance: 10,193, TV: ABC [Note: If you want to skip all the pregame analysis forward the video to the 11:50 minute mark where the kickoff begins.] Steve Young threw two touchdown passes and Tony Zendejas kicked three field goals, including a team-record 46 yarder, to lead the Los Angeles Express to a 24-17 United States Football League win over the Michigan Panthers before 10,193 at the Coliseum. The victory improved Los Angeles' record to 6-7 and moved the Express into a second-place tie with the Arizona Wranglers in the Pacific Division, one game behind Denver Gold, 7-6. Los Angeles got on the scoreboard when Zendejas kicked his club-record field goal with 3:22 left in the first quarter. The 63 yard drive was set up by a David Howard intercepti...

    published: 07 May 2014
  • Week 1 - 1985: Houston Gamblers vs Los Angeles Express "Greatest Game No One Saw"

    http://www.ario1.com Week 1 - Sunday, February 24, 1985 Attendance: 18,828 TV: None [Note: If you want to skip all the pregame analysis forward the video to the 7:50 minute mark where the kickoff begins] The date was February 24, 1985, a battle between Jim Kelly’s Houston Gamblers and Steve Young’s Los Angeles Express, at the LA Memorial Coliseum. Originally, ABC Network was supposed to broadcast this game for the opening weekend of the USFL’s third season. Instead, the network decided to switch gears and show Doug Flutie’s first pro game, which left the Express with no TV coverage. A couple of coaches cameras were setup in the stands of the Coliseum to record some of the plays as well as provide the network with highlights. There was no audio whatsoever recorded, as these were just ...

    published: 03 Mar 2015
  • I-110 Elevated Express Lanes in Los Angeles

    A portion of the elevated express lanes on I-110 heading into Los Angeles.

    published: 16 Aug 2016
  • Dodger Stadium Express - Metro East Side Gold Line - East Los Angeles to Union Station

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    published: 29 Jun 2012
  • 1985 Los Angeles Express at Orlando Renegades

    Reggie Collier connects with Joey Walters for the winning touchdown for the Orlando Renegades against the Los Angeles Express in the 1985 United States Football League (USFL) finale for both teams.

    published: 30 Apr 2009
  • 1985 USFL Week 12 Los Angeles Express @ Oakland Invaders

    I was lucky enough to attend the earlier game in 1985 between these two teams in Los Angeles. Unfortunately for me that game does not seem to exist anywhere, If anybody ever runs into a copy of that game (1985 Oakland @ Los Angeles) Please, Please let me know...Thanks NOTE: I don't own or claim to own the copyright(s) associated with this video; absolutely NO copyright infringement is intended!

    published: 18 Aug 2013
  • 1984 USFL Week 12 Los Angeles Express @ Philadelphia Stars

    NOTE: I don't own or claim to own the copyright(s) associated with this video; absolutely NO copyright infringement is intended!

    published: 16 Aug 2013
  • Week 8 - 1983: Los Angeles Express vs Michigan Panthers

    1983 Week 8 - Saturday, April 23, 1983 Attendance: 13,184, TV: ESPN Quarterback Bobby Hebert connected with Anthony Carter on a 26-yard touchdown toss and then threw a yard to Mike Cobb to pace Michigan to a 34-24 victory over the Los Angeles Express. Novo Bojovic kicked four field goals as the Panthers, 4-4, rallied in the second half. Los Angeles also is 4-4. Source: http://www.oursportscentral.com/usfl/index.php

    published: 29 Dec 2014
  • USFL: Memphis Showboats at Los Angeles Express 4/14/1984

    Steve Young threw for 385 yards and a touchdown and ran for the game-winning score in overtime as the Los Angeles Express beat the Memphis Showboats, 23-17 in a United States Football League game at the LA Memorial Coliseum in Week 8 of the 1984 USFL season.

    published: 28 Jul 2009
  • 1984 USFL Los Angeles Express at Arizona Wranglers Playoff

    Kevin Long of the Arizona Wranglers scores the go-ahead touchdown against Steve Young's Los Angeles Express in a United States Football League (USFL) playoff game.

    published: 28 Mar 2009
  • Metro ExpressLanes: How It Works

    July 24, 2012 - This video explains all the basics you need to know about how the Metro ExpressLanes work.

    published: 24 Jul 2012
  • USFL Los Angeles Express vs Houston Gamblers part 2

    Steve Young vs Jim Kelly

    published: 20 Feb 2010
  • Google Shopper Express now in Los Angeles = AWESOME

    Yo... I love this thing. Not much more to be said other than I'm stoked it's now in West LA. Here's the link to Sign up! http://www.google.com/shopping/express/invite/R45UU32T3 follow me here: http://www.twitter.com/dandobi http://www.instagram.com/dandobi

    published: 14 May 2014
  • Week 18 - 1985: Los Angeles Express vs Orlando Renegades

    Week 18 - Friday, June 21, 1985 Attendance: 22,865, TV: ESPN [Note: If you want to skip all the pregame analysis, forward the video to the 4:00 minute mark where the game begins.] Two touchdown passes by Reggie Collier and three interceptions by the Orlando defense sparked the Renegades to a 17-10 season-ending victory over the Los Angeles Express in a battle of last-place USFL teams. Orlando finished with a 5-13 record on the United States Football League's Eastern Division. Los Angeles, which lost its final eight games, was last in the Pacific Division at 3-15. The Renegades still finished with the best record in the franchise's history. Los Angeles quarterback Steve Young didn't play in the second half because the Express wanted to give backup quarterback Frank Seurer a chance to ...

    published: 19 Jun 2015
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Week 10 - 1984: Los Angeles Express vs Houston Gamblers [FULL GAME]

Week 10 - 1984: Los Angeles Express vs Houston Gamblers [FULL GAME]

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Week 10 - Monday, April 30, 1984 Attendance: 30,727, TV: ESPN The game was billed as a match between two of the United States Football League's best young quarterbacks, but a rookie place kicker stole the show. Tony Zendejas, who had missed two earlier attempts, kicked a 42-yard field goal wilh 10:19 remaining in overtime to lift the Los Angeles Express to a 27-24 victory over the Houston Gamblers. Zendejas sent the game into overtime with a 42-yard field goal with four seconds remaining in the fourth quarter. Houston's Toni Fritsch had given the Gamblers a 24-21 edge with a 26-yard field goal midway through the final quarter. Houston's Jim Kelly set team records with 380 yards and 37 completions and 50 attempts. Steve Young also was impressive for Los Angeles as he completed 17 of 28 passes for 211 yards and two touchdowns. Los Angeles Express: Years of existence: 1983-1985 Owner: Bill Daniels, Alan Harmon (1983), J. William Oldenburg (1984) Stadium: Los Angeles Coliseum (92,516) Colors: Express blue, silver, white and burgundy (burgundy and white 1985) Overall Regular Season Record: 21-33 (.389) Overall Playoff Record: 1-1 Yearly Standings and Average Home Attendances 1983: 8-10 (19,002) 1984: 10-8 (15,361) 1985: 3-15 (8,415) Of all the teams in the USFL, this one probably caused more headaches for the league than any other. By the end of the 1985 season, the Express were playing in front of intimate gatherings at the huge Los Angeles Coliseum. It got so bad that the Express ended up playing their final home game at Pierce College in the San Fernando Valley. The game drew 8,200 spectators, about double what the Express had drawn the previous two home games. Their Finest Hour: Perhaps this one should be called the team's finest hours. On June 30, 1984, the Express and the defending champion Michigan Panthers played the longest game in professional football history, a three-overtime, 93 minute and 33 second affair in exhausting heat. Finally, in the third overtime, future kick-returner extraordinaire Mel Gray scampered 24 yards for the winning touchdown. On a day when nothing came easy, Gray broke his arm on the play that gave the Express a 27-21 victory. Houston Gamblers: Years of existence: 1984-1985 Owner: Jerry Argovitz Stadium: Astrodome (50,495) Colors: Black, Gambler red, gray, white and yellow gold Overall Regular Season Record: 23-13 (.639) Overall Playoff Record: 0-2 Yearly Standings and Average Home Attendances 1984: 13-5 (28,152) 1985: 10-8 (19,120) Most football fans had not heard the term Run and Shoot before Jim Kelly and the Houston Gamblers took the field in 1984. Houston rolled up 1,162 points in two seasons, and Kelly was the triggerman. He threw for an unbelievable 5,219 yards and 44 touchdowns in his rookie season, and followed that up with 4,623 yards and 39 TDs in 1985 despite missing several games with an injury. Their finest hour: The Gamblers opened the 1985 season with high hopes to contend for the Western Conference crown, but the Steve Young-led Los Angeles Express had other ideas. L.A. jumped out to a commanding 33-13 lead with under ten minutes left in the game, but Kelly brought the Gamblers back on scoring tosses of 52, 40 and 39 yards. Kelly finished the game with a whopping 574 yards passing and five touchdowns. Few members of the intimate crowd at the Los Angeles Coliseum would ever forget Kelly's sterling performance. http://www.oursportscentral.com/usfl/index.htm
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Week 1 - 1983:  New Jersey Generals vs Los Angeles Express

Week 1 - 1983: New Jersey Generals vs Los Angeles Express

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1983 Week 1 - Sunday, March 6, 1983 Attendance: 34,002, TV: ABC The high-priced running back who left the University of Georgia a year early for a $5 million, three-year contract, did score the game's first touchdown. But he gained only 65 yards on 16 carries and by the second quarter, was largely forgotten by the crowd of 34,002 in the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum. Instead, all eyes were on Tom Ramsey and Tony Boddie as the Los Angeles Express beat the Generals 20-15 in a season-opening United States Football League game, one of five played that Sunday. Ramsey, who played his college ball in the same stadium last year when he was the nation's college passing percentage leader, turned things around when he replaced former National Football player Mike Rae with the Express trailing 9-6. Boddie, a 12th-round draft choice out of Montana State, rushed for 77 yards on 13 carries and caught five passes for 49 yards. Meanwhile, Walker was generally ineffective. Usually a prime pass receiver as well as a runner, the Heisman Trophy winner caught only one pass for three yards. Source: http://www.oursportscentral.com/usfl/index.php
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1984 USFL Week 14 Arizona Wranglers @ Los Angeles Express

1984 USFL Week 14 Arizona Wranglers @ Los Angeles Express

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This is just a great game with a great ending (well not for me) lol. Too bad that I can only find ESPN classic and an alternate edited version of this classic, maybe some day the original broadcast will show up. NOTE: I don't own or claim to own the copyright(s) associated with this video; absolutely NO copyright infringement is intended!
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1984 - USFL Divisional Playoffs: Michigan Panthers vs Los Angeles Express

1984 - USFL Divisional Playoffs: Michigan Panthers vs Los Angeles Express

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1984 Quarterfinals - Saturday, June 30, 1984 Attendance: 7,964, TV: ABC [Note: The game starts at the 6:30 minute mark if you want to skip all the pregame analysis.] The teams played 4 hours and 3 minutes breaking the old mark of set by the Miami Dolphins and Kansas City Chiefs in a 1971 National Football League playoff game. Just 8,753 fans witnessed the struggle in the 90,000-seat Los Angeles Coliseum, where the Express downed the Michigan Panthers 27-21 to advance to the Western Conference Championship. Ironically, the player who broke up the game, tailback Mel Gray, broke his left arm as he crashed into the end zone on a 24-yard touchdown run at 3:33 of the third overtime. Kevin Nelson scored his second touchdown of the game on a 1-yard run to bring the Express to within 21-19 with 52 seconds left in regulation time. Quarterback Steve Young followed with a dash around left end for the two-point conversion to set up the overtime. Michigan had two chances to win, but Novo Bojovic missed a 37-yard field goal attempt with 10:13 left in the first overtime period and a 36-yarder with 36 seconds left in the second. Source: http://www.oursportscentral.com/usfl/index.php
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Week 10 - 1983: Boston Breakers vs Los Angeles Express

Week 10 - 1983: Boston Breakers vs Los Angeles Express

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1983 Week 10 - Saturday, May 7, 1983 Attendance: 16,307, TV: ESPN The game between Boston and LA took place on Sat. May. 7, 1983 at the LA Memorial Coliseum with attendance around 16,307 but you couldn't tell by watching video of the game. Week 10 of the inaugural season of the USFL saw the LA Express win that day by a close margin due to a game winning field goal by kicker Vince Abbott. The Los Angeles Express, 5-5, held onto a one game lead in the Pacific Division by tipping the Boston Breakers 23-20. Mike Rae, who replaced starter Tom Ramsey after he left the game with a bruise of the achilles tendon, connected with Kris Haines for a 6-yard touchdown with 18 seconds remaining to seal the Los Angeles victory. Rae hit on nine of 12 passes for 104 yards and Haines caught six passes for 86 yards and two touchdowns. Boston/New Orleans/Portland Breakers: Years of existence: 1983-1985 Owner: George Matthews, Randy Vataha (1983), Joseph Canizaro (1984-84) Stadium: Nickerson Field (20,535) 1983, Superdome (69,658) 1984, Civic Stadium (32,500) 1985 Colors: Ocean blue, Breaker blue, silver and white Overall Regular Season Record: 25-29 (.463) Overall Playoff Record: 0-0 Yearly Standings and Average Home Attendances: 1983: 11-7 (12,817) 1984: 8-10 (30,557) 1985: 6-12 (19,919) Former New England Patriot wide receiver Randy Vataha partnered with George Matthews to bring the USFL to Boston for 1983. The pair had previously been partners in a chain of local racquetball centers, selling them in order to finance the Breakers inaugural season. Almost immediately though, forces beyond their control would push the Breakers out of Boston, most notable among them the inability to successfully negotiate a lease agreement for either Foxboro (then Sullivan) Stadium nor Harvard Stadium. This inability forced the Breakers to call Nickerson Field home. Located on the campus of Boston University, it was the USFL's smallest venue, with a seating capacity of less than 25,000. On the field the Breakers exceeded all expectations in their inaugural season, going 11-7-0 and missing a playoff berth by just one win. After continued efforts to secure either Foxboro or Harvard Stadiums for 1984 failed, Matthews and Vataha decided to sell the franchise to Louisiana real estate developer Joseph Canizaro, who would move the club to his hometown, New Orleans. Los Angeles Express: Years of existence: 1983-1985 Owner: Bill Daniels, Alan Harmon (1983), J. William Oldenburg (1984) Stadium: Los Angeles Coliseum (92,516) Colors: Express blue, silver, white and burgundy (burgundy and white 1985) Overall Regular Season Record: 21-33 (.389) Overall Playoff Record: 1-1 Yearly Standings and Average Home Attendances: 1983: 8-10 (19,002) 1984: 10-8 (15,361) 1985: 3-15 (8,415) The Los Angeles Express was a team in the United States Football League based in Los Angeles, California. Playing at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, the Express competed in all three of the USFL seasons played, 1983-1985. The Express made a serious run at Eric Dickerson, and actually matched the Los Angeles Rams' offer for him. However, Dickerson signed with the Rams, apparently because family members were skeptical about the USFL. They also drafted Dan Marino, who made some appearances on behalf of the Express before signing with the Miami Dolphins. Despite losing two defensive backs to knee injuries, the Express finished fifth in the league in total defense. However, a patchwork offensive line limited the team's offensive firepower; they finished last in rushing (Herschel Walker rushed for 72 more yards than the entire Express team). They finished one game out of the playoffs. Sources: http://www.oursportscentral.com/usfl/index.php
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Week 12 - 1984: Los Angeles Express vs Philadelphia Stars

Week 12 - 1984: Los Angeles Express vs Philadelphia Stars

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1984 Week 12 - Sunday, May 13, 1984 Attendance: 22,391, TV: ABC A 46-yard interception return by Garcia Lane set up a go ahead touchdown by Dave Riley and Philadelphia went on to record its 11th victory in 12 games by winning at home against Los Angeles, 18-14. A crowd of 22,391 saw Los Angeles quarterback Steve Young and fullback Mel Gray power the Express, 5-7, to a 14-9 lead with 3:18 left in the third quarter. Young ran nine yards to give Los Angeles its second touchdown. Gray, a rookie from Purdue, finished with 122 yards on 20 carries, including a 20-yard TD jaunt, to become the first rusher to gain more than 100 yards in a game against the Stars this season. The Stars came back when Lane intercepted a Young pass and returned it to the two, from where Riley scored. The Stars settled for 15-14 lead when a two-point conversion missed, but David Trout booted a 36-yard field goal in the fourth quarter for the final margin.
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USFL Los Angeles Express vs Houston Gamblers part 1

USFL Los Angeles Express vs Houston Gamblers part 1

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Week 12 - 1985: Los Angeles Express vs Oakland Invaders

Week 12 - 1985: Los Angeles Express vs Oakland Invaders

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Week 12 - Saturday, May 11, 1985 Attendance: 12,482, TV: ESPN John Williams ran for two touchdowns and Novo Bojovic kicked two 48-yard field goals as the streaking Oakland Invaders won their fourth straight United States Football League game with a 27-6 victory over the Los Angeles Express. Oakland, 8-3-1, moved into a temporary tie for first place in the Western Conference with Houston. Los Angeles dropped to 3-9. Williams scored his first touchdown less than two minutes into the game when he swept around left end for 26 yards. Bojovic's kick gave the Invaders a 7-0 lead. Tony Zendejas booted a 26-yard field goal moments into the second quarter to put the Express on the board. But the Invaders came right back four plays later when quarterback Bobby Hebert found Anthony Carter for a 62-yard touchdown scoring pass. Zendejas' 39-yard field goal midway through the second quarter proved to be the Express' last points of the game. The Invaders put it away by halftime, taking a 24-6 lead after Williams rambled seven yards for a touchdown and Bojovic notched his first 48-yard field goal of the day. Bojovic's second 48-yard field goal, with 5:18 to go in the third quarter, capped the Oakland scoring. Express quarterback Steve Young was sacked seven times by the Invader defense. Source: http://www.oursportscentral.com/usfl/index.php
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Week 14 - 1984: Arizona Wranglers vs Los Angeles Express

Week 14 - 1984: Arizona Wranglers vs Los Angeles Express

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1984 Week 14 - Saturday, May 26, 1984 Attendance: 11,702 TV: ESPN Kevin Nelson's 2-yard touchdown run with 32 seconds left gave the Los Angeles Express a 24-17 victory over the Arizona Wranglers before a Crowd of 11,702 at the Coliseum. The scoring play was set up by a 58-yard interception return by Troy West. The win gave Los Angeles sole possession of second place in the Pacific Division at 7-7. Arizona fell to 6-8. The Express entered the fourth quarter trailing 17-14, but tied the game with 2:18 left in the game on Tony Zendejas' 43-yard field goal. Arizona took over and, in six plays, moved the ball from their 27 to the 47. The drive ended when Arizona quarterback Greg Landry's pass was picked off by West and returned to the Wrangler 2. Nelson scored on the next play. Arizona took a 7-0 lead on the first of two Tim Spencer touchdowns, a 5-yard run with 8:29 left in the first quarter. The Express tied it on their next possession, an 11-play drive, capped by quarterback Steve Young's 6-yard touchdown run. Arizona took a 10-7 halftime lead when Frank Corral kicked a 34-yard field goal with 20 seconds remaining in the half. Source: http://www.oursportscentral.com/usfl/index.php
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Week 7 - 1984: Los Angeles Express vs Denver Gold

Week 7 - 1984: Los Angeles Express vs Denver Gold

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1984 Week 7 - Monday, April 9, 1984 Attendance: 19,115 TV: ESPN [Notes: The game starts around the 6:00 mark if you want to skip all the pregame stuff] A pair of fumbled Los Angeles kickoff returns late in the first half helped complete a 25-point second quarter flurry that lifted the Denver Gold to an improbable 6-1 record. Denver, everybody's choice to be an also-ran in 1984, posted its fourth straight victory and raised its Pacific Division lead to three games with the 35-27 United States Football League victory over Los Angeles before 19,115 rain-soaked fans in Denver. Panic might have set in after the Express jumped to a 14-0 lead in the first quarter. Steve Young, Los Angeles' $40 million rookie quarterback, set up the first score, beating the blitz by dumping a short pass over the middle to Mel Gray, who went 52 yards. Kevin Nelson scored four plays later. With 5:23 left in the opening period, Los Angeles safety Dwight Drane intercepted a Craig Penrose pass and returned it 22 yards for the second Express tally. The Gold rebounded with a vengeance in the second period. First, Penrose lofted a 73-yard bomb to Kevin Williams, then David Martin scored returned a punt 79 yards. But the extra point attempt failed and Denver trailed 14-13. Then came the two crucial fumbles on kickoff returns. Gray, trying to negotiate a muddy area of the field, coughed up the ball at the Los Angeles 17. Penrose hit Vincent White on a five-yard pass for the go-ahead TD with 1:31 left. Tony Boddie fumbled away the next kickoff return, giving Denver possession at the 10, and Bill Johnson's five-yard run made it 25-14 with 30 seconds left in the half. Los Angeles never fully recovered from that second-period onslaught. Nelson took a short pass and turned it into a 69-yard scoring play early in the third period. But Denver used its ball control offense to eat up the clock and countered with a field goal and a touchdown before Young ran for the final score in the closing seconds. Source: http://www.oursportscentral.com/usfl/index.php
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Week 13 - 1984: Michigan Panthers vs Los Angeles Express

Week 13 - 1984: Michigan Panthers vs Los Angeles Express

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1984 Week 13 - Sunday, May 20, 1984 Attendance: 10,193, TV: ABC [Note: If you want to skip all the pregame analysis forward the video to the 11:50 minute mark where the kickoff begins.] Steve Young threw two touchdown passes and Tony Zendejas kicked three field goals, including a team-record 46 yarder, to lead the Los Angeles Express to a 24-17 United States Football League win over the Michigan Panthers before 10,193 at the Coliseum. The victory improved Los Angeles' record to 6-7 and moved the Express into a second-place tie with the Arizona Wranglers in the Pacific Division, one game behind Denver Gold, 7-6. Los Angeles got on the scoreboard when Zendejas kicked his club-record field goal with 3:22 left in the first quarter. The 63 yard drive was set up by a David Howard interception of a Bobby Hebert pass at the Los Angeles 3 yard line. It was one of three first-half interceptions thrown by the Michigan quarterback. Michigan grabbed the lead when running back Ken Lacy scored from one yard out. After the extra point, the Panthers led, 7-3, with 14:05 left in the first half. Zendejas then kicked his second field goal of the day, a 27 yarder, midway through the second quarter to pull Los Angeles to within one point, 7-6. Source: http://www.oursportscentral.com/usfl/index.php
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Week 1 - 1985: Houston Gamblers vs Los Angeles Express "Greatest Game No One Saw"

Week 1 - 1985: Houston Gamblers vs Los Angeles Express "Greatest Game No One Saw"

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http://www.ario1.com Week 1 - Sunday, February 24, 1985 Attendance: 18,828 TV: None [Note: If you want to skip all the pregame analysis forward the video to the 7:50 minute mark where the kickoff begins] The date was February 24, 1985, a battle between Jim Kelly’s Houston Gamblers and Steve Young’s Los Angeles Express, at the LA Memorial Coliseum. Originally, ABC Network was supposed to broadcast this game for the opening weekend of the USFL’s third season. Instead, the network decided to switch gears and show Doug Flutie’s first pro game, which left the Express with no TV coverage. A couple of coaches cameras were setup in the stands of the Coliseum to record some of the plays as well as provide the network with highlights. There was no audio whatsoever recorded, as these were just coaches tapes to study later. The game you are about to see, not only, did it not have any sound, there were no graphics, no game clock and not very many close up action shots of the players in regular speed. Most were shown in replays because again, this was not setup for a normal football broadcast. Producer Frankie Rosario added as many detailed graphics as possible and edited together all the available close up shots of the game. Once he had located the game audio, the race was on to finish the video. John Greer who called the game thirty years ago, along with Ed Biles, had recorded their voices on gameday. They were on cassette tapes for demo purposes. Those recordings recently were discovered and given to Anthony Nunez, a Houston Gambler historian. He has since given permission to the producer of the “USFL ForeverYouTube Channel, for use of the audio. Now, we must make you aware, John and Ed didn’t record the play by play for the entire game. There were 62 minutes of missing audio that needed to be filled in. To compensate for this, the producer provided the play by play where John and Ed did not. Finally, there was some game footage that due to severe video distortion could not be shown. You will though, see graphics at the bottom of your screen explaining what happened on the that particular play. Most of the game is intact and edited to the best quality possible. Make sure to watch the game in 720P HD. Just go to your settings on the YouTube Player and you can set it from there. I wanted to make it broadcast quality. This project was over 150 hours of man power all by myself, as well as 1500 graphics, 8 voice overs, crowd sounds, etc.. The "Did You Know" segments were added for some trivia fun. We hope you enjoy it. USFL Forever Video Contents: Intro by Sports Anchor Andy Zajac Video and Voice Over Opening to the game by Chuck Fresh (2:55) First half with commercials (Kick Off starts at 7:50) Halftime: A Special Message from Elmo and Grover - Sesame Street (1:18:02) Second half with commercials (1:19:00) Gambler players Kelly and Verdin plus Coach Pardee in 1985 give us their thoughts (2:40:08) Play by Play: Allan Fox (fictitious name) Announcers: John Greer and Ed Biles Commercial Spots: "Did You Know" Segment, Houston-Gamblers.com and Ario1.com
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I-110 Elevated Express Lanes in Los Angeles

I-110 Elevated Express Lanes in Los Angeles

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A portion of the elevated express lanes on I-110 heading into Los Angeles.
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Dodger Stadium  Express - Metro East Side Gold Line - East Los Angeles  to Union Station

Dodger Stadium Express - Metro East Side Gold Line - East Los Angeles to Union Station

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1985 Los Angeles Express at Orlando Renegades

1985 Los Angeles Express at Orlando Renegades

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Reggie Collier connects with Joey Walters for the winning touchdown for the Orlando Renegades against the Los Angeles Express in the 1985 United States Football League (USFL) finale for both teams.
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1985 USFL Week 12 Los Angeles Express @ Oakland Invaders

1985 USFL Week 12 Los Angeles Express @ Oakland Invaders

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I was lucky enough to attend the earlier game in 1985 between these two teams in Los Angeles. Unfortunately for me that game does not seem to exist anywhere, If anybody ever runs into a copy of that game (1985 Oakland @ Los Angeles) Please, Please let me know...Thanks NOTE: I don't own or claim to own the copyright(s) associated with this video; absolutely NO copyright infringement is intended!
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1984 USFL Week 12 Los Angeles Express @ Philadelphia Stars

1984 USFL Week 12 Los Angeles Express @ Philadelphia Stars

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NOTE: I don't own or claim to own the copyright(s) associated with this video; absolutely NO copyright infringement is intended!
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Week 8 - 1983: Los Angeles Express vs Michigan Panthers

Week 8 - 1983: Los Angeles Express vs Michigan Panthers

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1983 Week 8 - Saturday, April 23, 1983 Attendance: 13,184, TV: ESPN Quarterback Bobby Hebert connected with Anthony Carter on a 26-yard touchdown toss and then threw a yard to Mike Cobb to pace Michigan to a 34-24 victory over the Los Angeles Express. Novo Bojovic kicked four field goals as the Panthers, 4-4, rallied in the second half. Los Angeles also is 4-4. Source: http://www.oursportscentral.com/usfl/index.php
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USFL: Memphis Showboats at Los Angeles Express 4/14/1984

USFL: Memphis Showboats at Los Angeles Express 4/14/1984

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Steve Young threw for 385 yards and a touchdown and ran for the game-winning score in overtime as the Los Angeles Express beat the Memphis Showboats, 23-17 in a United States Football League game at the LA Memorial Coliseum in Week 8 of the 1984 USFL season.
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1984 USFL Los Angeles Express at Arizona Wranglers Playoff

1984 USFL Los Angeles Express at Arizona Wranglers Playoff

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Kevin Long of the Arizona Wranglers scores the go-ahead touchdown against Steve Young's Los Angeles Express in a United States Football League (USFL) playoff game.
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Metro ExpressLanes: How It Works

Metro ExpressLanes: How It Works

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July 24, 2012 - This video explains all the basics you need to know about how the Metro ExpressLanes work.
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USFL Los Angeles Express vs Houston Gamblers part 2

USFL Los Angeles Express vs Houston Gamblers part 2

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  • Updated: 20 Feb 2010
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Google Shopper Express now in Los Angeles = AWESOME

Google Shopper Express now in Los Angeles = AWESOME

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Yo... I love this thing. Not much more to be said other than I'm stoked it's now in West LA. Here's the link to Sign up! http://www.google.com/shopping/express/invite/R45UU32T3 follow me here: http://www.twitter.com/dandobi http://www.instagram.com/dandobi
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Week 18 - 1985: Los Angeles Express vs Orlando Renegades

Week 18 - 1985: Los Angeles Express vs Orlando Renegades

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Week 18 - Friday, June 21, 1985 Attendance: 22,865, TV: ESPN [Note: If you want to skip all the pregame analysis, forward the video to the 4:00 minute mark where the game begins.] Two touchdown passes by Reggie Collier and three interceptions by the Orlando defense sparked the Renegades to a 17-10 season-ending victory over the Los Angeles Express in a battle of last-place USFL teams. Orlando finished with a 5-13 record on the United States Football League's Eastern Division. Los Angeles, which lost its final eight games, was last in the Pacific Division at 3-15. The Renegades still finished with the best record in the franchise's history. Los Angeles quarterback Steve Young didn't play in the second half because the Express wanted to give backup quarterback Frank Seurer a chance to play. The Renegades scores the game-winning touchdown late in the third period following an interception at Jeff George, his second of the night. George picked the ball off at the Orlando 27 and returned it 17 yards before lateraling to Victor Jackson, who scampered another 11 yards before being brought down at the Express 35. A 2-yard pass to Joey Walters and a roughness penalty put the ball at the 19-yard line. Collier hit Walters again from there for the deciding touchdown. Source: http://www.oursportscentral.com/usfl
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