The 1985 USFL season proved not substantially different from the 1984 campaign in terms of the Bulls attendance.
In both years, the team drew an average of nearly 45,000 fans - the highest attendance figures in the league.
Unlike the 1984 expansion season, the Bulls gave their fans a competitive football team to root for, going 9-9-0 and nearly making the playoffs.
The 1985 Bulls were aligned with the six other USFL teams east of the Mississippi River into the Eastern Conference.
In 1984, they had been part of the Eastern Conference's Southern Division along with the Birmingham Stallions, Memphis Showboats, New Orleans Breakers and Tampa Bay Bandits. 

Player, Position College/University
Chip Andrews, P Georgia
Scott Bergold, DE Wisconsin
Peter Blazek, T Georgia Tech
Frank Bush, LB North Carolina State
Kevin Butler, K Georgia
Knox Culpepper, LB Georgia
Jeff Dellenbach, T Wisconsin
Kevin Harris, DB Georgia
Marck Harrison, RB Wisconsin
Johnny Hill, DB Duke
Richard Johnson, DB Wisconsin
Tony Kepano, G Georgia Tech
Robert Lavette, RB Georgia Tech
Joe McIntosh, RB North Carolina State
Jim Melka, LB Wisconsin
A.V. Richards, T North Carolina State
Jeff Sanchez, DB Georgia
Darryl Sims, DT Wisconsin
Ken Stills, DB Wisconsin
Al Toon, WR Wisconsin
Dan Turk, C Wisconsin
Mike Weaver, T Georgia
Ken Whisenhunt, TE Georgia Tech
Gary Wilkens, TE Georgia Tech
Scott Williams, TE Georgia

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