Until the Los Angeles Rams can get more permanent facilities in place in Southern California, the franchise is in need of temporary homes for their practice facility and stadium.
While the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum is in place as the Rams home for games until “Stan Kroenke World” can be built in Inglewood, the team is still in need of a place to a place to practice every day.
According to Rhiannon Potkey of the Ventura County Star, the Rams have submitted a proposal to build temporary facilities on the campus of California Lutheran University of Thousand Oaks.
It wouldn’t be the first time an NFL team has taken up residence on campus. The Dallas Cowboys hosted training camp at the school from 1963-1989. But the Rams would be a more constant presence until a site can be located and constructed for the team to move into on a permanent basis.