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ORLANDO RENEGADES HISTORY
YEARS IN LEAGUE: 1985 OWNER : Donald Dizney
STADIUM: Citrus Bowl (50,050) HEAD COACH :  Lee Corso
OVERALL REGULAR SEASON RECORD:   5-13 OVERALL PLAYOFF RECORD: 0-0 COLORS:   Blue, Red, White, Gray, and Black
1985 STANDINGS:  5-13 1985 AVERAGE HOME ATTENDANCE:  24,136
 Synopsis: The Orlando Renegades, who from 1982-84 played in RFK Stadium as the Washington Federals established a record of 7-29 in thoses two seasons. Renegades only played one season in the USFL, but were scheduled to play in first fall season of the USFL in 1986. Federals actually were to be bought by Sherwood Weiser and be moved to Miami to play in the Orange Bowl to be coached by Howard Schnellenberger for 1986 season.

In 1985, the Renegades coached by Lee Corso won only 5 games of 18 game season but went 5-7 in last tweleve weeks. Offense was lead by QB Reggie Collier and runningback Curtis Bledsoe. Joey Walters who played all three seasons for Federals/Renegades franchise had above average year. The defense didn't stop much, allowing 481 points scored.

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