BULLS TRIVIA

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The 1985 USFL season proved not substantially different from the 1984 campaign in terms of the Bulls attendance.
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In both years, the team drew an average of nearly 45,000 fans - the highest attendance figures in the league.
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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.
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The 1985 Bulls were aligned with the six other USFL teams east of the Mississippi River into the Eastern Conference.
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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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