The Maulers selected DT Mark Buben from the Chicago Blitz with the first overall pick in the USFL Expansion Draft, held on September 6, 1983.
WAMO-FM was the flagship radio station for the Maulers.  As Pittsburgh's urban station of the time, it was seen as an unusual choice by fans.  WAMO (and yes, it was called "Wham-O" by locals) became the first-ever FM station to serve as the flagship for a pro football team.
Quarterback Glenn Carano (depicted in the media guide at right) came to the Maulers after a seven-year stint as a back-up for the Dallas Cowboys.  He would later go on to serve on the Nevada State Athletic Commission.
The Maulers were aligned in the USFL's Atlantic Division in 1984, along with the New Jersey Generals, Philadelphia Stars, and Washington Federals.

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