WRANGLERS TRIVIA

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The 1983 Wranglers 1,975 yards rushing ranked the team 10th in ground gaining for the league's inaugural season.  Only Boston (1,941 yards) and Los Angeles (1,739) gained fewer yards on the ground.
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The USFL average for yards gained rushing in 1983 was 2,343.2. 
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The Wranglers were dead last in rushing touchdowns that year, with 8.
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The USFL average was 18.5.
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Arizona also ranked 10th in the league in interceptions in 1983 with 20.
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Only the Oakland Invaders (18) and Denver Gold (17) had fewer.
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Player Att Comp Cmp% Yards TD INT
Alan Risher 424 236 55.7 2,672 20 16
Dan Manucci 119 52 43.7 577 2 8
Todd Krueger 35 16 51.4 161 1 2

Player Att Yards Avg. TD
Calvin Murray 179 699 3.9 4
Steve Howell 96 380 4.0 0
Curtis Bledsoe 69 321 4.7 0

Player Rec Yards Avg. TD
Mark Keel 65 802 12.3 2
Jackie Flowers 63 869 13.8 11
Neil Balholm 63 703 11.2 5

Player XP XPA FG FGA Points
Jim Asmus 14 15 10 19 44
Phil Denfeld 7 7 4 7 19

Player No Yards Avg.
Mike Mees 52 2,059 39.6
Jim Asmus 52 2,012 38.7

Player No Yards Avg.
Wally Henry 20 161 8.1
Billy Rykman 7 32 4.6

Player No Yards Avg.
Wally Henry 32 676 21.1
Harold Blue 15 282 18.8
Calvin Murray 6 100 16.7

Player INT Yards Avg.
Tommy Wilcox 6 59 9.8
Aaron Mitchell 3 109 36.3
Eddie Ray Walker 2 63 31.5
Kirk Wilson 2 36 18.0
Ben Apuna 2 31 15.5
Sam Norris 2 23 11.5
Hollis Hall 2 3 1.5

Player No - -
Calvin Clark 6.5 - -
Nelson 6.0 - -
Sam Norris 4.0 - -
Robin Fisher 4.0 - -
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