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  1. The new NDA expansion teams for 1969... Dallas Jackalopes... Atlanta Firebirds
  2. I am not sure. I think maybe the Squirrels since they've struggled, or the Condors or Dreadnoughts because both play in smaller markets.
  3. 2017 NFL Season

    Any word on whether the Rams will have to move their game with the Eagles out of the Coliseum?
  4. 1968 Results NDA East Toronto Titans 8-4 New York Heroes 7-5 Pittsburgh Paladins 7-5 Philadelphia Brawlers 5-7 Washington Commanders 4-8 Detroit Pumas 4-8 West Cleveland Lakers 9-3 Minnesota Blue Oxen 9-3 Cincinnati Monarchs 7-5 Milwaukee Muskies 6-6 St Louis Explorers 5-7 Chicago Gaels 1-11 PCDL North Vancouver Ravens 7-5 Sacramento Condors 6-6 Seattle Thunderbirds 6-6 Calgary Wolverines 4-8 Portland Chinooks 4-8 South Los Angeles Jaguars 8-4 Denver Mountaineers 7-5 San Diego Dreadnoughts 7-5 Oakland Squirrels 6-6 San Francisco Dragons 5-7 Playoffs NDA East Tiebreaker New York def Pittsburgh East Final New York def Toronto West Final Cleveland def Minnesota Frosty Mug XVIII at Cleveland Municipal Stadium New York Heroes 42 Cleveland Lakers 35 MVP: Quincy Washington (Heroes) PCDL South Tiebreaker San Diego def Denver North Final Vancouver def Sacramento South Final Los Angeles def San Diego 15th Kingsley Cup at the Rose Bowl Vancouver Ravens 32 Los Angeles Jaguars 42 MVP: Johnny Bergen (Jaguars) Realignment for 1969 United Conference East Chicago Gaels Cincinnati Monarchs Cleveland Lakers Detroit Pumas Milwaukee Muskies Minnesota Blue Oxen West Calgary Wolverines Denver Mountaineers Portland Chinooks Seattle Thunderbirds St Louis Explorers Vancouver Ravens Federal Conference East Atlanta Firebirds (Expansion) New York Heroes Philadelphia Brawlers Pittsburgh Paladins Toronto Titans Washington Commanders West Dallas Jackalopes (Expansion) Los Angeles Jaguars Oakland Squirrels Sacramento Condors San Diego Dreadnoughts San Francisco Dragons
  5. 1967-68 Offseason... MLB Realignment... 1969 Driveball NDA-PCDL Merger
  6. 1967 Results NDA East Philadelphia Brawlers 9-3 Detroit Pumas 9-3 New York Heroes 5-7 Pittsburgh Paladins 4-8 Washington Commanders 3-9 Toronto Titans 2-10 West Chicago Gaels 9-3 Milwaukee Muskies 8-4 Cincinnati Monarchs 8-4 Cleveland Lakers 6-6 St Louis Explorers 5-7 Minnesota Blue Oxen 1-11 West Tiebreaker Cincinnati def Milwaukee East Final Detroit def Philadelphia West Final Cincinnati def Chicago Frosty Mug XVII at Tiger Stadium Cincinnati Monarchs 36 Detroit Pumas 24 MVP: Ben Pettis (Monarchs) After years of frustration and futility, the Monarchs win their first Frosty Mug, and bring Cincinnati its first sports championship in a long while. PCDL North Vancouver Ravens 7-5 Sacramento Condors 6-6 Calgary Wolverines 6-6 Portland Chinooks 4-8 Seattle Thunderbirds 4-8 South Denver Mountaineers 8-4 San Francisco Dragons 7-5 San Diego Dreadnoughts 7-5 Oakland Squirrels 6-6 Los Angeles Jaguars 5-7 North Tiebreaker Calgary def Sacramento South Tiebreaker San Francisco def San Diego North Final Vancouver def Calgary South Final Denver def San Francisco 14th Kingsley Cup at Mile High Stadium Vancouver Ravens 39 Denver Mountaineers 16 MVP: Jim Edwards (Ravens) After years of coming up short of winning the big one, the Ravens finally break through and bring home the trophy bearing the namesake of their owner. Merger of the two Driveball leagues will take effect in 1968. Feel free to discuss realignment. Football Expansion NFL Capitol Baltimore NY Giants Philadelphia Washington Century Atlanta Cincinnati Cleveland Pittsburgh Central Chicago Detroit Green Bay St Louis Coastal Dallas Cowboys LA Rams New Orleans Saints (Expansion) San Francisco 49ers AFL East Boston Patriots Buffalo Bills Houston Oilers Miami Dolphins New York Jets West Denver Broncos Kansas City Chiefs Minnesota Vikings Oakland Raiders (Expansion) San Diego Chargers
  7. A merger should happen soon, but I'm not sure what year.
  8. The NDA will likely expand to the South as early as 1970.
  9. Spike TV New Look New Name

    I kinda liked ECW when it was on TNN. But then again, I do wish there was still some competition for the WWE. Me too.
  10. 1966-67 Offseason... NBA grants franchises to Seattle and San Diego for the 1967-68 season. Phoenix and Milwaukee will join the NBA the year after. Gary Davidson forms the American Basketball Association, which will begin play in Fall '67. ABA Alignment East Indiana Pacers Kentucky Colonels New Jersey Americans New Orleans Buccaneers Pittsburgh Pipers West Anaheim Amigos Dallas Chaparrals Denver Rockets Houston Mavericks Oakland Oaks The NHL announces it will double in size for the 1967-68 season... East Boston Bruins Montreal Canadiens New York Rangers Philadelphia Flyers (expansion) Pittsburgh Penguins (expansion) Toronto Maple Leafs West Chicago Blackhawks Detroit Red Wings Los Angeles Kings (expansion) Minnesota North Stars (expansion) St Louis Blues (expansion) Vancouver Canucks (expansion)
  11. 1966 Results NDA East Philadelphia Brawlers 9-3 Toronto Titans 9-3 Detroit Pumas 5-7 Pittsburgh Paladins 4-8 New York Heroes 3-9 Washington Commanders 2-10 West Minnesota Blue Oxen 9-3 Chicago Gaels 8-4 Cleveland Lakers 8-4 Cincinnati Monarchs 6-6 Milwaukee Muskies 5-7 St Louis Explorers 1-11 West Wild Card Chicago def Cleveland East Final Toronto def Philadelphia West Final Minnesota def Chicago Frosty Mug XVI at CNE Stadium Minnesota Blue Oxen 34 Toronto Titans 26 MVP: David Cannon (Blue Oxen) After years of frustration and failure, the Oxen finally bring the Frosty Mug to the Twin Cities. The leader of this new breed of Ox was David Cannon, a third year fullback out of Columbia University, who kept the Titans to just 10 points in the second half. The Brawlers had tried to capitalize on Philly fans' anger towards the possibility of the Phillies leaving, but it was all for naught when the Titans defeated the Brawlers by a landslide at Franklin Field. Off the field, a Massachusetts judge rules that Pittsburgh can keep the Paladins, who were once the Boston Unicorns, while Beantown would get first priority for an expansion franchise in 1970. This coming after a group of former Unicorn season ticket holders sued the NDA for not doing enough to keep the Unicorns in Boston. PCDL North Portland Chinooks 7-5 Calgary Wolverines 6-6 Vancouver Ravens 6-6 Seattle Thunderbirds 4-8 Sacramento Condors 4-8 South Los Angeles Jaguars 8-4 San Francisco Dragons 7-5 Oakland Squirrels 7-5 Denver Mountaineers 6-6 San Diego Dreadnoughts 5-7 South Wild Card Oakland def San Francisco North Final Calgary def Portland South Final Los Angeles def Oakland 13th Kingsley Cup at the Rose Bowl Calgary Wolverines 25 Los Angeles Jaguars 28 MVP: Willard Michaels (Jaguars) San Diego continued their downward spiral from last season while the upstart Calgary Wolverines made their second playoff appearance in five years. However, midnight would strike for Calgary when they bowed to the Los Angeles Jaguars, who would win their second Kingsley Cup in six seasons. The other leagues as of 1966... MLB AL Baltimore Orioles Boston Red Sox Chicago White Sox Cleveland Indians Detroit Tigers Houston Astros (formerly Colt 45's) Kansas City Kings New York Yankees Philadelphia Athletics Washington Senators NL Brooklyn Dodgers Chicago Cubs Cincinnati Reds Milwaukee Braves Minnesota Twins Pittsburgh Pirates St Louis Cardinals Texas Rangers (Formerly Philadelphia Phillies) NFL East Atlanta Falcons (Expansion) Baltimore Colts Cincinnati Bengals Cleveland Browns New York Giants Philadelphia Eagles Pittsburgh Steelers Washington Redskins West Chicago Bears Dallas Cowboys Detroit Lions Green Bay Packers Los Angeles Rams San Francisco 49ers St Louis Cardinals AFL East Boston Patriots Buffalo Bills Houston Oilers Miami Dolphins (Expansion) New York Jets West Denver Broncos Kansas City Chiefs Minnesota Vikings San Diego Chargers NBA East Baltimore Bullets Boston Celtics New York Knicks Philadelphia Warriors West Chicago Bulls (Expansion) Cincinnati Royals Detroit Pistons Hollywood Blockbusters St Louis Hawks NHL Boston Bruins Chicago Blackhawks Detroit Red Wings Montreal Canadiens New York Rangers Toronto Maple Leafs
  12. 1965 Results NDA East Pittsburgh Paladins 10-2 Toronto Titans 7-5 New York Heroes 6-6 Washington Commanders 5-7 Detroit Pumas 4-8 Philadelphia Brawlers 3-9 West Cleveland Lakers 8-4 Cincinnati Monarchs 8-4 Minnesota Blue Oxen 7-5 Milwaukee Muskies 6-6 St Louis Explorers 5-7 Chicago Gaels 3-9 East Final Pittsburgh def Toronto West Final Cleveland def Cincinnati Frosty Mug XV at Pitt Stadium Cleveland Lakers 26 Pittsburgh Paladins 29 MVP: Eric Lawrence (Paladins) The Philadelphia Brawlers gutted much of their 1965 roster in favor of bringing in younger players to form a new core of stars. Jimmy Pendleton, the heart and soul of the Brawlers for both of his stints with the club, announced his retirement at age 40. The Chicago Gaels also experienced winds of change, with the retirement of long time captain Bob Shields, now 38. With both teams finishing with only 3 wins to their names, they'll each get a shot at the #1 pick in the draft, which will be determined via coin toss. After injuries put a stop to the Paladins' bid to repeat, Eric Lawrence lifted his team back to the top. PCDL North Vancouver Ravens 7-5 Portland Chinooks 7-5 Calgary Wolverines 6-6 Seattle Thunderbirds 6-6 Sacramento Condors 4-8 South Denver Mountaineers 8-4 Los Angeles Jaguars 7-5 Oakland Squirrels 6-6 San Diego Dreadnoughts 5-7 San Francisco Dragons 4-8 North Final Portland def Vancouver South Final Denver def Los Angeles 12th Kingsley Cup at Mile High Stadium Portland Chinooks 26 Denver Mountaineers 34 MVP: Andrew Dorough (Mountaineers) Ollie Umbridge and the Mountaineers proved too much for the rest of the PCDL to handle. After defeating the Jaguars in the rematch of last year's South Final, they would face Portland again in a rematch of last year's Kingsley Cup. This time, rather than slosh through the rain soaked grass of Multnomah Stadium, the Mountaineers would have the thin air of the Mile High City on their side. The Chinooks thought they could find the answers in what the Oregonian hyped up as the "Grudge Match," but the Mountaineers kept the Fish Boys guessing every minute of the game. Center Andrew Dorough, picked up by Denver after being waived by the Heroes, solidified the Mountaineer midfield, buying time for their attackers to fry the Fish in the last six minutes.
  13. Here is the new Chinooks helmet for 1965... 1964-65 Offseason... NFL and AFL each plan to expand in 1966. Bill Bartholomay requests permission from the National League to find a new city for the Philadelphia Phillies to call home. Atlanta, Louisville, Dallas and Denver are the likely candidates.