A familiar sound rose up through the murky November air, rattling seats, raising hair, realizing a new hope.
Turns out the roar didn’t disappear with the baseball season. The roar just moved down the street. The roar is now with the Rams.
The distinctive Los Angeles sound that rocked Chavez Ravine during the recent month of Dodgers playoffs showed up at the Coliseum on Sunday afternoon to a greet a group that has earned it.
Nine games into what was supposed to be a reshaping season, the Rams are stunningly good. Midway through a season that began with yawns and shrugs, the 60,000-or-so fans are seriously into them.
Nearly two weeks after the painful separation of a...