OUTLAWS TRIVIA

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Against fellow expansion teams in 1984, the Oklahoma Outlaws went 3-3-0.
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In their only meeting, the Outlaws defeated the Pittsburgh Maulers in the opener for both franchises, 7-3.
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The Outlaws split two meetings with the San Antonio Gunslingers, winning the first game 14-7 but losing the second, 23-0.
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The Outlaws also split with the Houston Gamblers in 1984, winning the first meeting 31-28 in overtime, but losing the rematch, 31-12.
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The Outlaws took a thumping in their only meeting against the Jacksonville Bulls, falling 34-6.
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The Outlaws did not face the Memphis Showboats in 1984.

The Oklahoma Outlaws selections in the 1984 USFL College Draft:
Round Selection Player, Position College
1 2 Ron Faurot, DE Arkansas
1 23 Conrad Goode, T Missouri
2 38 Norm Granger, RB Iowa
3 47 John Alt, T Iowa
3 62 Joe Levelis, T Iowa
4 83 Dwayne Pittman, RB Arkansas State
5 86 John Goode, TE Youngstown State
5* 93* Milt Myers, QB Whitworth
5 107 Rufus Stevens, WR Grambling
6 122 Alvin Powell, G Winston-Salem
7 131 Traded to Denver -
7 146 Traded to New Orleans -
8 167 Ernie Carswell, DB Alabama State
9 170 Mike Nease, T Tennessee - Chattanooga
9 191 Clarence McDade, LB Southern Methodist
10 206 Pat Hauser, G Cal State Northridge
11 215 Keith Griffin, RB Miami (Florida)
11 230 Al Rickey Edwards, RB Mississippi State
12 251 Steve Seman, G Idaho
13 254 Scott Gordon, T UCLA
13 275 Traded to Birmingham -
14 290 Daryl James, RB Yankton
15 299 Greg Kragen, DT Utah State
15 314 Brian Allen, WR Idaho
16 335 Jeff England, G Southern Colorado
17 338 Derrick Harmon, RB Cornell
17 359 Mike Caterbone, WR Franklin and Marshall
18 374 Del Walker, RB East Stroudsburg State
19 383 Kevin Dixon, TE Southern Oregon
19 398 Traded to Philadelphia -

* - selection received in trade.

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