PANTHERS TRIVIA

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The Michigan Panthers 10-8-0 record in 1984 wasn't good enough to win the USFL's Central Division title for a second consecutive season.
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The expansion Houston Gamblers stunned the league by going 13-5-0, winning the Central championship by three full games over the defending USFL champions.
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The Panthers record was good enough, however, to qualify for the playoffs as a wild-card entrant.
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The Panthers second trip to the USFL playoffs in as many seasons ended after 93 minutes and 33 seconds of playing time.
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The Panthers met the Pacific Division champion Los Angeles Express, falling 27-21 in a marathon, triple-overtime contest, the longest in the history of professional football.
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As it turned out, Panther fans had seen the team's last hurrah.  After the 1984 season the Panthers were no more.

Player Att Cmp Cmp% Yards TD INT
Bobby Hebert 500 272 54.4 3,758 24 22
Whit Taylor 62 30 48.4 437 4 2

Player Att Yards TD
John Williams 197 984 8
Ken Lacy 134 548 2

Player Rec Yards TD
Derek Holloway 62 1,219 9
Mike Cobb 54 573 5
Walter Broughton 35 593 5

Player XPM XPA FG FGA Points
Novo Bojovic 46 47 22 29 112

Player Punts Yards Avg.
David Greenwood 38 1,389 36.6

Player Ret Yards Avg.
Anthony Allen 36 233 6.5
Walter Broughton 16 110 6.9

Player Ret Yards Avg.
Albert Bentley 19 425 22.4
Bobby Futrell 27 576 21.3
Broughton 11 220 20.0

Player INT Yards Avg.
Oliver Davis 5 49 9.8
David Greenwood 4 10 2.5

Player Sacks . .
Larry Bethea 11.0 - -
John Corker 8.0 - -
Kyle Borland 7.5 - -


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