1985 USFL season

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The 1985 USFL season was the third and final season of the original United States Football League. Several franchises either folded outright or merged with others.

Publications

Programs
Week/Date Issue Cover Subject Teams Featured
Preseason Preseason Burt Reynolds, Gary Anderson Tampa Bay Bandits, New Jersey Generals
Preseason Oakland Invaders, Arizona Outlaws
Week 1 Volume 2, #1 Doug Flutie New Jersey Generals
Week 2 Volume 2, #2 Mike Kelley Memphis Showboats
Week 3 Volume 2, #3 Joe Cribbs Memphis Showboats
Week 4 Volume 2, #4
Week 5 Volume 2, #5 Jim Kelly Houston Gamblers
Week 6 Volume 2, #6 Kelvin Bryant, Willie Collier Baltimore Stars
Week 7 Volume 3, #7 Kit Lathrop Arizona Outlaws
Week 8 Volume 2, #8 Herschel Walker New Jersey Generals
Week 9 Volume 2, #9 Gordon Banks, Anthony Carter, Derek Holloway Oakland Invaders
June 29-30 and July 1, 1985 Quarterfinals
July 14, 1985 USFL Championship
Media Guides and Yearbooks
Media Guides Arizona Outlaws • Baltimore Stars • Birmingham Stallions • Denver Gold • Houston Gamblers • Jacksonville Bulls • Los Angeles Express • Memphis Showboats • New Jersey Generals • Oakland Invaders • Orlando Renegades • Portland Breakers • San Antonio Gunslingers • Tampa Bay Bandits
Postseason Media Guides
Yearbooks
United States Football League
1983 Teams Arizona Wranglers • Birmingham Stallions • Boston Breakers • Chicago Blitz • Denver Gold • Los Angeles Express • Michigan Panthers • New Jersey Generals • Oakland Invaders • Philadelphia Stars • Tampa Bay Bandits • Washington Federals
1984 Teams Arizona Wranglers • Birmingham Stallions • Chicago Blitz • Denver Gold • Houston Gamblers • Jacksonville Bulls • Los Angeles Express • Memphis Showboats • Michigan Panthers • New Jersey Generals • New Orleans Breakers • Oakland Invaders • Oklahoma Outlaws • Philadelphia Stars • Pittsburgh Maulers • San Antonio Gunslingers • Tampa Bay Bandits • Washington Federals
1985 Teams Arizona Outlaws • Baltimore Stars • Birmingham Stallions • Denver Gold • Houston Gamblers • Jacksonville Bulls • Los Angeles Express • Memphis Showboats • New Jersey Generals • Oakland Invaders • Orlando Renegades • Portland Breakers • San Antonio Gunslingers • Tampa Bay Bandits
Seasons 1983 • 1984 • 1985
Venues Alamo Stadium • Gator Bowl • Giants Stadium • Legion Field • Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium • Nickerson Field • Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum • RFK Stadium • Soldier Field • Tampa Stadium • Veterans Stadium
Related League publications