by Nick Hamilton (@NickHamiltonLA)
THOUSAND OAKS, CA — As the Rams wrapped up Training Camp, the team inches closer to the season and continues to prepare for their SoFi Stadium home opener against the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday September 13.
Due to the COVID19 pandemic, no fans will be allowed inside the stadium until further noticed. Many player including Aaron Donald and Jared Goff expressed their disagreements on not having fans. In a year with new uniforms, new coordinators and new stadium — fans are essential.
When asked how the team will handle a 70,000 seat stadium with no fans, Goff smiling added some pressure to the team DJ this season.
“Of course, we miss the fans and they are the energy that we really do feed off of throughout the game – pregame, throughout the whole game,” Goff said. “Especially defensively, when they’re loud. So yeah, we will rely on that DJ a little bit more this year and hope he’s got a good playlist going.”
DJ Mal-ski has spun on the 1’s and 2’s for the Rams for several years, from the L.A. Coliseum (where the team played its first three years since moving from St. Louis), to now SoFi Stadium. Can Mal-ski take it to the house from the quarterback’s call?
The Rams will need the sounds pumping full blast this Sunday at 5:20PM PT, as they look to capture their first win of the season in their new billion dollar playpen.