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Rams announce paid attendance of 60,128 but far fewer show up

If the Rams win a game and no one is there to see it, does it make a sound? The Rams announced a paid attendance of 60,128, but judging by the pictures on social media, far fewer people than that showed up. The Coliseum seats 90,000, and it looked less than half full. That’s with [more]
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