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Arizona Outlaws

The Arizona Outlaws were a professional American football team that played in the United States Football League in the mid 1980s.


The Outlaws began their history in San Diego as a franchise awarded to William Tatham, though the team never played a game there. The team was unable to acquire access to San Diego's Jack Murphy Stadium for its games, and summarily relocated to Tulsa, Oklahoma for its inaugural 1984 season as the Oklahoma Outlaws.


Following a 1984 season which saw significant financial losses, Tatham merged the club with the Arizona Wranglers for the 1985 season, creating the Arizona Outlaws. The team played in the USFL's 1985 season, and planned to continue play in the league's first fall season in 1986, but the league ceased operations following its phyrric victory in an anti-trust lawsuit against the older National Football League.


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Oklahoma City, Oklahoma (2288 words)
Oklahoma City is the capital and principal city of the state of Oklahoma in the United States of America.
Oklahoma City is one of the largest cities in the country in terms of geographic area, although its urbanized zone is roughly 244 mi² - resulting in an urban population density comparable to that found in other major cities with unlimited growth available far into the future.
Oklahoma City has the largest Asian population in the state and is home to a growing cultural district simply called, the Asia District, as it encompasses Vietnamese, Chinese, Thai, Korean, and filipino, cultures and cuisines.
Arizona Outlaws - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (174 words)
The Arizona Outlaws were a professional American football team that played in the United States Football League in the mid 1980s.
The Outlaws began their history in San Diego as a franchise awarded to William Tatham, though the team never played a game there.
Following a 1984 season which saw significant financial losses, Tatham merged the club with the Arizona Wranglers for the 1985 season, creating the Arizona Outlaws.
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