Category: Boston Breakers

Jun 23 2013

Of The 1983 USFL Teams, Which 2 Never Made The Playoffs Any Season

USFL Trivia Question

Of the original 12 teams in the 1983 USFL season, which two teams never made any of the USFL playoffs (1983-1985) before either the team folded or the league folded?
Answer:

Boston Breakers

Washington Federals

All of the other 10 teams (Arizona Wranglers, Birmingham Stallions, Chicago Blitz, Denver Gold, Los Angeles Express, Michigan Panthers, New Jersey Generals, Oakland Invaders, Philadelphia Stars, and Tampa Bay Bandits) made the playoffs at least once during their existence between 1983-1985.

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Feb 16 2013

Father-Son Coaching Duo For The USFL Breakers

USFL trivia:  Dick Coury was the head coach for the USFL’s Breakers when they were in Boston, New Orleans and Portland.  His son served as the receivers coach for all three years.  Who was he?

Answer:
Steve Coury

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Steve_Coury

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Nov 10 2012

USFL Trivia – Who Scored The First Points In USFL History?

Here is a quick trivia question for those who are just getting interested in the history of the original USFL:  Who scored the first points in USFL history?

Answer:

Tim Mazzetti kicked a field goal with the Boston Breakers

http://www.usfl.info/breakers/

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Mar 03 2011

Original USFL Team Information On New USFL Page

The home page of TheNewUSFL.com has some solid information about the original USFL teams.  Simply click the helmet of the team on which you want more information.

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Sep 29 2009

Boston Breakers USFL Team Resources

This post will provide you multiple resources to discover more information about the Boston Breakers.  The team played in the United States Football League during the 1983 USFL season:

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