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PHILADELPHIA/BALTIMORE HISTORY
YEARS IN LEAGUE: 1983,1984,1984 OWNER: Myles Tanenbaum
STADIUM: Veterans Stadium (72,204) COLORS: Crimson, Gold, and White
OVERALL REGULAR SEASON RECORD: 41-12-1 OVERALL PLAYOFF RECORD: 7-1 HEAD COACH(S) : Jim Mora Sr.
1983 STANDINGS: 15-3 (1st, Atlantic Division) 1984 STANDINGS: 16-2 (1st, Atlantic Division) 1985 STANDINGS: 10-7-1 (4th, Eastern Division) 1983 AVERAGE HOME ATTENDANCE: 18,650 1984 AVERAGE HOME ATTENDANCE: 28,668 1985 AVERAGE HOME ATTENDANCE: 14,275
Synopsis:The Baltimore Stars, originally one of twelve members of United States Football League, began in Philadelphia. The move to Baltimore was due to announcing move to the fall, even though attendance increased by 10,000 in the second season. Stars couldn't play in the much larger Memorial Stadium, instead Stars settled for small University of Maryland stadium, Byrd Stadium. The Baltimore Stars was the franchise to be in the USFL. Participating in both championships before coming to Baltimore, winning of them. In Baltimore, the success of Philadelphia Stars wasn't in the picture, until the team made sneaked in to the playoffs and finale turned it around and winning the USFL Championship against Oakland Invaders, and what is now known as the final USFL game.
1983 Results   1984 Results     1985 Results    
at Denver
W
13-7 at Denver
W
13-7 at Jacksonville
L
22-14
NEW JERSEY
W
25-0 NEW JERSEY
W
25-0 at Oakland
T
17-17 OT
at Birmingham
W
17-10 at Birmingham
W
17-10 at Memphis
L
21-19
TAMPA BAY
L
27-22 TAMPA BAY
L
27-22 NEW JERSEY
W
29-9
WASHINGTON
W
34-3 WASHINGTON
W
34-3 BIRMINGHAM
L
7-3
at Los Angeles
W
17-3 at Los Angeles
W
17-3 at Houston
W
27-14
at Oakland
W
17-7 at Oakland
W
17-7 at Los Angeles
W
17-6
BOSTON
W
23-16 BOSTON
W
23-16 MEMPHIS
L
13-10
at Tampa Bay
W
24-10 at Tampa Bay
W
24-10 PORTLAND
W
26-17
DENVER
W
6-3 DENVER
W
6-3 at Tampa Bay
L
28-14
CHICAGO
W
31-24 CHICAGO
W
31-24 ARIZONA
W
24-19
at Arizona
W
24-7 at Arizona
W
24-7 at New Jersey
L
10-3
at Boston
L
21-17 at Boston
L
21-17 at Orlando
W
34-21
MICHIGAN
W
29-20 MICHIGAN
W
29-20 SAN ANTONIO
W
28-10
at New Jersey
W
23-9 at New Jersey
W
23-9 JACKSONVILLE
W
17-12
OAKLAND
W
12-6 OAKLAND
W
12-6 at Birmingham
L
14-7
BIRMINGHAM
W
31-10 BIRMINGHAM
W
31-10 ORLANDO
W
41-10
at Washington
L
21-14 at Washington
L
21-14 TAMPA BAY
W
38-10
PLAYOFFS:
             
CHICAGO
W
44-38 OT CHICAGO
W
44-38 OT at New Jersey
W
20-17
vs Michigan
L
24-22 vs Michigan
L
24-22 at Birmingham
W
28-14
            vs Oakland
W
28-24