Ten former ND players try to make it in AAF

Author: CC72 (13900 Posts - Joined: Sep 5, 2010)

Posted at 7:06 am on Feb 9, 2019

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Right off the bat, their choice of cities impresses me.

Author: MAS (11315 Posts - Original UHND Member)

Posted at 12:18 pm on Feb 9, 2019

Birmingham has supported every pro football team ever placed there, from the USFL to the WLAF/NFL Europe to the CFL team. Orlando, Salt Lake and San Antonio are all good choices, too.

The rosters look good, too.

Now they just need to get Trump to invest and they'll be set.


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Guess I’ll watch the game on CBS tonight out of curiosity

Author: CC72 (13900 Posts - Joined: Sep 5, 2010)

Posted at 1:28 pm on Feb 9, 2019

want to see the quality of play and how their different rules affect things.

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I like hearing from the replay official directly.

Author: Shadow_of_the_Dome (2090 Posts - Original UHND Member)

Posted at 9:00 pm on Feb 9, 2019

Nice touch

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I like the changes with the game snd play clocks too

Author: CC72 (13900 Posts - Joined: Sep 5, 2010)

Posted at 9:10 pm on Feb 9, 2019

First quarter of the SD-SA game proceeded with the requisite alacrity.

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Agree. This is entertaining. Will be interesting to see if it gets any sporting news coverage beyo

Author: Shadow_of_the_Dome (2090 Posts - Original UHND Member)

Posted at 10:34 pm on Feb 9, 2019

beyond CBS

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The NFL network televised a game Sunday evening.

Author: ucandoit (2487 Posts - Original UHND Member)

Posted at 6:40 am on Feb 11, 2019

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They are going to televise 2 games every weekend

Author: CC72 (13900 Posts - Joined: Sep 5, 2010)

Posted at 1:53 pm on Feb 11, 2019

CBS Sportsnet also televised a game Sunday , don’t know their future schedule.

I think the level of play will improve as the 10 game season goes on.

I really like the 2 1/2 hour games. NFL and college football need to at least move in that direction