BULLS TRIVIA

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The Bulls inaugural game was a 53-14 shellacking of the hapless Washington Federals.
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Federals owner Berl Bernhard was so embarrassed that his club had lost to an expansion team that he fired head coach Ray Jauch after the game.
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The 53 points scored by the Bulls remains to this day the most points scored by a pro football team, in any league, in its inaugural regular season game.
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The Bulls drew a USFL record 73,227 fans to the Gator Bowl for their second game, against Herschel Walker, Brian Sipe and the New Jersey Generals. 
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The Gens won the game, 28-26, but the Bulls would eventually add Sipe to their 1985 roster when the Generals signed QB Doug Flutie.
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The Bulls lowest attendance of the year was 31,638 against the Houston Gamblers - a figure that most USFL teams at the time would've killed to see.

Player, Position College/University
Ben Bennett, QB Duke
James Brown, G Georgia
Nat Brown, DB North Carolina State
Neal Cambridge, WR Morris Brown
Ronnie Cone, RB Georgia Tech
Charlie Dean, DB Georgia
Philip Ebinger, C Duke
Michael Flagg, DE Morris Brown
Chester Gee, DB Duke
Freddie Gilbert, DE Georgia
Warren Gray, G Georgia
Derek Gwinn, G Georgia Tech
Jimmy Harper, T Georgia
Andy Hendel, LB North Carolina State
Terry Hoage, DB Georgia
Winford Hood, T Georgia
Vaughan Johnson, LB North Carolina State
Darryl Jones, DB Georgia
Clarence Kay, TE Georgia
Jerome Ley, DT Duke
Guy McIntyre, T Georgia
Ron Rice, K Georgia Tech
Melvin Simmons, RB Georgia
Greg Steele, G North Carolina State
Tommy Thurson, LB Georgia
Jack Westbrook, DB Georgia Tech
Ken Whisenhunt, TE Georgia Tech
Felix Williams, WR Morris Brown
Kelly Lowery, QB Florida State
Weegie Thompson, WR Florida State
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