The USFL, a professional football league that died in the 1980s. The football league that successfully sued the NFL for being a monopoly while winning a court judgement of three dollars back in 1986, appears to be alive again?
The United States Football League plans on playing a spring 2014 schedule in 8 cities. None of the details concerning where the games will be played, who will play these games, who will coach these games, or who will even pay to watch these games has been announced yet.
Alternative NFL professional football leagues have all crashed and burned since the AFL-NFL merger in 1970. Out past the cornfield, where Vince McMahon's XFL is buried, the UFL clings to life in a 4 team football league that few football fans witness weekly in 2012.
Will the newest incarnation of the United States Football League really climb out of a 25 year old USFL grave in 2014? And for how long?
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