STALLIONS TRIVIA

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Stallions owner Marvin L. Warner was the United States ambassador to Switzerland during the Presidential administration of Jimmy Carter, serving from 1977 to 1979.
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The Stallions could be heard in Birmingham on WAPI-AM
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Tickets for Stallions games could be had for either $7 or $11, depending on where you wanted to sit at Legion Field.
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The Stallions assigned schools for the 1983 USFL territorial draft were Alabama, Auburn, Mississippi State, Alabama State and Troy State.
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The Stallions had a "100 Club," a group of 100 businesses in the Birmingham area that each bought 100 season tickets to Stallions games.
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The Stallions anticipated their 1983 payroll to be in the neighborhood of $2.5 million - exceeding David Dixon's recommendation of a $1.8 million salary cap.
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The Stallions had a mascot, "Field General," a 1,200 pound stallion that could be seen at Legion Field during the team's games.
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The horse was named by fan Dave Mace, who won a "Name the Mascot" contest.

Birmingham Stallions
primary logo.  Note that
the gold in the design
is significantly different
than that used in the
Stallions helmet (below)
The Birmingham Stallions
helmet logo design
Birmingham Stallions
playing cards
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of "Fillies," the
Birmingham Stallions
cheerleading squad

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