BANDITS TRIVIA

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Trying to get your flag football team to look like the Bandits?  You'll need to know their color scheme:  Red (Pantone 186), Silver (Pantone 877-CV), Black and White.
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The inaugural USFL draft was held over two days and consisted of 24 rounds - 3 1/2 times the number of rounds as the current NFL draft.
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The 1984 draft was a little shorter, consisting of 19 rounds.
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With players being dispersed as part of the reduction in teams from 1984 to 1985, the 1985 USFL College Draft consisted of only 12 rounds, equal to what the NFL conducted at the time.
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To the best of our knowledge, no 1986 draft was conducted.
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The Tampa Bay Bandits selections in the 1983 USFL College Draft: 
Round Selection Player, Position College
1 12 Jimbo Covert, T Pittsburgh
2 13 Jimmy Payne, DE Georgia
3 36 Anthony Allen, WR Washington
4 37 Traded to Birmingham -
4 44* Karl Nelson, T Iowa State
5 53 Chris Castor, WR Duke
6 61 Nick Yeast, RB Eastern Kentucky
7 84 Tim Krumrie, T Wisconsin
8 85 Dave Puzzouli, DT Pittsburgh
9 108 Don Bailey, C Miami (Florida)
10 109 Leonard Marshall, DT Louisiana State
11 132 Bob Oxendine, T Duke
12 133 Albert Richardson, LB Louisiana State
13 156 Greg Boone, RB Duke
14 157 Willie Canady, DB Fort Valley State
15 180 John Canei, T Miami (Florida)
16 181 Willie Gillespie, WR Tennessee - Chattanooga
17 204 Raymond Robinson, DE Houston
18 205 Bill Elko, DT Louisiana State
19 228 Bob Norris, G Eastern Illinois
20 229 Lionel Washington, DB Tulane
21 252 Ernie Goolsby, RB Vanderbilt
22 253 Traded to Philadelphia -
23 276 Carl Franks, TE Duke
24 277 Dave Pyles, T Miami (Ohio)

* - selection received in trade.

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