EXPRESS TRIVIA

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For the 1983 USFL territorial draft, each team was entitled to "draft" up to 26 players from five pre-designated colleges.
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Alan Harmon, the original co-owner of the Express and the team's first president, died on November 11, 1997.
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Bill Daniels, Harmon's partner with the Express, died after a long illness on March 7, 2000.
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Harmon and Daniels sold the Express after the 1983 season to J. William Oldenburg, whose nickname was "Mr. Dynamite."
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Oldenburg ran into financial trouble during the course of the '84 season, relinquishing the franchise to the league after the season concluded.
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Player, Position College/University
George Achica, DT Southern California
David Brown, RB Pacific
Joey Browner, DB Southern California
August Curley, LB Southern California
Byron Darby, DT Southern California
George Dunlap, DT Pacific
Riki Ellison, LB Southern California
Ken Faul, LB Long Beach State
Anthony Gibson, RB Southern California
Clint Hampton, DT Southern California
John Harvey, DT Southern California
Russ Jensen, QB California Lutheran
Darren Long, TE Long Beach State
Bruce Matthews, G Southern California
Pat McCool, TE Southern California
Darryl Moore, T Southern California
Don Mosebar, T Southern California
Joe Murray, G Southern California
Glen Shough, LB California Lutheran
Jeff Simmons, WR Southern California
Tim Sullivan, LB Southern California
Kelly Thomas, T Southern California
Rodney Weber, DB Cal State - Fullerton
Troy West, DB Southern California
Tim White, WR Southern California
Rod Williams, DB Southern California
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