I went to the UCLA game in 2019. I’d describe the vibe there as… strange. Not bad, but definitely odd. Most of the parking/tailgating is done on a golf course (pictured). The stadium is super old and not at all magical for a normal game. The seats are also extremely uncomfortable and the rows are crammed in too close to one another. I’m 6’3” tall and basically had to turn sideways in my seat (which feels especially ridiculous when the stadium is about 40% full. It was also a night game that year and the difference between pregame temps when the sun was out and halftime temps after sundown had to be at least a 30 degree shift. It was crazy even by Colorado standards.What I have heard isn't the same things as the Coliseum which is relates to danger and crime. More that the traffic is bad, access is confusing, and despite it being a relatively nice area of the city they didn't find it a good place to hang out before or after a game in terms of drinking and dining options, etc. They are there but they weren't impressed, it just didn't have the same vibe as you would get in a town or city where the college is a big part of what is going on.