By Jennifer Salerno
The Los Angeles Rams broke in the new $5 billion SoFi Stadium with their first scrimmage on Saturday. The stadium will be shared by both the Rams and the Chargers. Unfortunately, both teams are not expecting any fans in the stands this year. This means fans will only get to enjoy the football stadium’s highlight: the “Oculus,” which is a 2.2 million-pound video board that’s 70,000 square feet and has a 4K LED display, from their own television sets. The Rams are working hard to find ways to create an exciting environment, and are currently looking into artificial crowd noise to fill the empty stadium that was designed to host over 70,000 screaming fans. The Rams season is slated to begin September 13 at home against the Dallas Cowboys.