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History of a Fictional Football League (1989 – 44th Victory Bowl)

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Guess I better start paying more attention .

 

 

GO DETROIT

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And with their win, Detroit becomes the first team to win back-to-back titles twice.

The Imperials get the first three championships.
The Gladiators went back-to-back in 1960-1961
The Wasps got two in a row in 1977-1978
And, of course, the Gladiators got 1988-1989.

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Dan O'Mac don't remind us of how long its been since the Imps glory days man...

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I Called It Detroit Is Still The Reigning Defending Victory Bowl Champion

 

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3 hours ago, Mvdbutler said:

I Called It Detroit Is Still The Reigning Defending Victory Bowl Champion

[insert Lesnar theme here]

 

Lesnar's from Minneapolis.

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no comment.

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Well it was a blowout, but better than I expected. I expected this game to be out of reach for Tampa by halftime. Congrats to Detroit for the back to back x2!

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On 4/23/2018 at 12:01 PM, Dan O'Mac said:

And with their win, Detroit becomes the first team to win back-to-back titles twice.

The Imperials get the first three championships.
The Gladiators went back-to-back in 1960-1961
The Wasps got two in a row in 1977-1978
And, of course, the Gladiators got 1988-1989.

 

Kind of amazing that the Miners have never gone back to back...

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I’m alive, just working through some things. I’ll be back when I can write again.

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Veras, let me first say thank you for what you have done. I found this concept just a few days ago and have been scrolling through all 262 pages virtually non-stop. It has been phenomenal from the start. The logos/uniforms have been remarkable, and I love how you have been receptive to others' ideas while still staying true to your vision for this league.

 

I also want to say that how you have managed to create such a fantastic piece of work amid what seems like a lot of challenges/obstacles/interruptions in other areas of your life is admirable. I know a lot of people appreciate your work on this project, and I personally am hoping we'll see many more decades of the AFA (and USFA).

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On 6/10/2018 at 9:24 PM, Red Comet said:

Found this article about the new San Diego Alliance of American Football team: http://archive.is/JxWyg

 

Looks like you have people referencing this in real life, lol.

Now I'm just wondering who Jonathan is.

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New poster. Read all 262 pages. Love the story moreso than the uniforms, my favorite uni is 74-87 Arizona. 

 

Hey, is there some arena league equivalent (no uniforms, just team names)?

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On 6/21/2018 at 9:40 PM, TargetToad said:

New poster. Read all 262 pages. Love the story moreso than the uniforms, my favorite uni is 74-87 Arizona. 

 

Hey, is there some arena league equivalent (no uniforms, just team names)?

How long did that take omg I could never do that

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On 6/21/2018 at 10:40 PM, TargetToad said:

New poster. Read all 262 pages. Love the story moreso than the uniforms, my favorite uni is 74-87 Arizona. 

 

Hey, is there some arena league equivalent (no uniforms, just team names)?

 

3 hours ago, RealSkillsAbraham said:

How long did that take omg I could never do that

1 week

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Could Tampa Bay have a new acronym for cheering - which could be convenient in over 25 years time in Veras time?

 

YTB! - an acronym for: "Yeah Tampa Bay!" or "Yeah the Bobcats!" (note it was not my original idea)

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