Oklahoma Outlaws

Facts and information about the Oklahoma Outlaws

  • The Oklahoma Outlaws were formed as one of the six expansion teams following the USFL’s first season.
  • Following the 1984 season, Oklahoma’s first in the USFL, the Outlaws merged with the Arizona Wranglers to form the Arizona Outlaws.
  • The Outlaws were originally a franchise slated for playing in San Diego, when access to Jack Murphy Stadium couldn’t be arranged the franchise was moved to Oklahoma.
  • Quarterback Doug Williams went on to quarterback the Washington Redskins of the NFL to a Super Bowl victory following his time spent in the USFL.
  • During week #3 of their first year in the USFL, Oklahoma Kicker Stu Crum announced his retirement.
  • During the Outlaws only season in Oklahoma their record was 6-12. If their six victories, five were in rain storms and one was in snow. All twelve of their losses were in clear weather or domed stadiums.
  • The Oklahoma Outlaws started their first season (1984) with a record of 6-2 before losing their final ten games to finish 6-12.

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