Posts tagged: USFL fans

Oct 06 2012

Wild End To Michigan Panthers Oakland Invaders Playoff Game

In case you never saw the wild ending to the Michigan Panthers – Oakland Invaders USFL playoff game, where the Panthers fans stormed the field to celebrate with 25 seconds left remaining in the game, then you are welcome to take a look at this YouTube video.  This showed that the fans had a connection with their team in Michigan, and hearing the commentators thoughts was rather interesting to say the least!

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Sep 17 2009

Now This Is A USFL Memorabilia Fan!

If you are considering collecting USFL memorabilia and merchandise due to its scarcity then take note of this fan! Evidently, he has taken USFL memorabilia collecting to a new level. Just a quick glance of the photos will show you that he has some unique items which may be difficult, if not impossible, to find on the open market.
http://www.geocities.com/usflmuseum/usflfeatured.html

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Sep 09 2009

ESPN Article On USFL Memorabilia Collectors

Here is a 2003 ESPN.com article on the USFL and those who collect the memorabilia and other USFL merchandise:

http://sports.espn.go.com/espn/print?id=1517972&type=story

It talks about USFL fans, unique collections such as cancelled paychecks of Jim Kelly and inter-team memos, and the company which registered the old logos for the USFL mini helmets.

If you want to search for USFL merchandise and actual memorabilia from the USFL during the mid-1980’s then start your search by clicking the link below:

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Sep 07 2009

ESPN Page 2 Column From A USFL Fan

It is always nice to see the mainstream sports media give the USFL credit every once in a while!  Here is an old article from ESPN’s Page 2 column which laments the downfall of the USFL and longs for its return because of the unique elements it brought to pro sports:   http://sports.espn.go.com/espn/page2/story?page=pearlman/061205

Chances are that the author might be a “quiet” collector of USFL memorabilia.  No confirmation of this, of course, but he shares many of the same sentiments your fellow USFL fans share.

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Sep 06 2009

Where To Meet Fellow USFL Memorabilia Collectors

If you like the old version of “social networking” – Yahoo Groups – there is a longtime group called USFLfans.  It has over 400 members as has been active since 2002; and occasionally some unique information appears in the group e-mails/digests.

So if you are fan of the old USFL, or simply like collecting USFL memorabilia, then take a look at http://groups.yahoo.com/group/usflfans/summary

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