PackMan

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About PackMan

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    Coming Soon: The SPFL

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    Whatzitooya, Michigan
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    Designing sports uniforms, making up fictional team
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    Original Phoenix Coyotes, Hartford Whalers (90s Logo), Winnipeg Jets, Jacksonville Jaguars, classic Arizona Diamondbacks, 90's Seattle Supersonics and Pistons
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    Green Bay Packers, Detroit Tigers, Detroit Pistons, Detroit Red Wings

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  1. Three words: Todd is Godd. I've been lurking this particular subject for a while, and I'd like to say this has been a pretty good thread. It's interesting to see all these much smaller towns with teams (albeit not professional). I too am waiting for that Michigan expansion...
  2. (lel nobody really uses this feature)

    I'd like to tell you about my league idea that's been in the works since 2014: The Semi-Professional Football League, or SPFL. The SPFL sprouts up in 1901 after 2 of the biggest football leagues (at the time) merge. The 1900's is a terrible period for the league, but by the 1910's the league becomes more stable, but begins to falter again during the Depression and nearly faded away from existence during WWII. By the early 50's, the SPFL is the closest thing to a pro football league around, and new management takes over from there, turning it into a professional league. That era is where I plan to start the SPFL on this board. Thoughts?

  3. Another idea that I'm considering: What if the Browns never left Cleveland? What factors would keep them there? It would be interesting to see the Browns have Ray Lewis and win 2 Super Bowls...
  4. Were the Sonics eliminated from this on purpose? Well, they'll be gone in a couple of years so I don't know if they were necessary in the first place. My Votes: Seattle and Twin Cities
  5. I'm aware of that, in the alternate timeline the smaller teams (like Grand Rapids) will either move to another league, fold, or go to a bigger city shortly before the IHL reaches major league status.
  6. Yes, that IHL. Don't forget the Fort Wayne Komets, Long Beach Ice Dogs among others
  7. I'm considering doing an alternate history thread in Sports Fan Fiction where the IHL (the old minor league) becomes a major league and competes with the NHL. Thoughts?
  8. Las Vegas Locos and Salt Lake (City not included) Stags.
  9. It's not going to be number 1. We don't need the USFL's history to get more complicated. How about... 4!
  10. Welp, there goes the ABL... (it's been dead for a while due to my many hiatuses on this board, which is a symptom of my procrastination)
  11. Yes. Thank you so much. Am I the only one who noticed that all the expansion teams are in the bottom row?