MAULERS TRIVIA

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Glenn Carano threw for 2,368 yards to set the mark for most yards passing in Maulers history.
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Carano had been a back-up with the Dallas Cowboys for eight seasons prior to joining the Maulers.
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After his football days, he remained active in sports, serving as a member of the Nevada State Athletic Commission.
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Glenn's daughter Gina is a mixed martial arts fighter, specializing in Muay Thai boxing.
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Sam Clancy's 16 sacks tied him for second in the USFL in 1984.
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Four players set the team record for interceptions, each snaring 2 opponent's passes.
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Player Att Cmp Cmp% Yards TD INT
Glenn Carano 354 190 53.7 2,368 13 19
Tom Rozantz 130 63 48.5 878 4 6

Player Att Yards TD
Mike Rozier 223 792 3
Walter Holman 107 495 0
William Miller 96 332 4

Player Rec Yards TD
Greg Anderson 63 994 6
Jackie Flowers (Chi-Pit totals) 51 904 8
Mike Rozier 32 259 0

Player XPM XPA FG FGA Points
Lee 20 22 8 13 44
Schubert 4 6 4 10 16
Mickey Barilla 0 0 1 2 3

Player Punts Yards Avg.
Larry Swider 90 3,778 42.0

Player Ret Yards Avg.
Mark Harper 22 157 7.1
Butts 7 25 3.6

Player Ret Yards Avg.
William Miller 28 538 19.2
Sutton 9 232 25.8
Hill 7 141 20.1
Mark Harper 7 130 18.6

Player INT Yards Avg.
Ron Freeman 2 34 17.0
Larry Friday 2 16 8.0
David Langlois 2 8 4.0
Jerry Holmes 2 0 0.0

Player Sacks . .
Sam Clancy 16.0 - -
Doug Hollie 8.0
David Graham 5.0


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