UPDATE (July 14, 2022): I'm excited to unveil this opportunity to preserve the entire video library of the USFL. These videotapes were the league's archive until being turned over to Halcyon Days Productions in 1985. An estimated 400+ games remain preserved on tape. The videotapes won't last indefinitely, however, and the footage must be converted to a digital format to be preserved and accessed. How can you help? Check out the USFL Video Library Preservation GoFundMe campaign. Please contact me, Paul Reeths, with any questions.

Check out the searchable USFL stats from the Stats Crew.

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USFL Coaches


Below is a complete list of all the coaches of the United States Football League, including those who served on an interim basis, followed by their years coached, regular season record with that team and postseason record, if applicable. I've also added photos of the highlighted coaches.

Arizona Wranglers- Doug Shively, 1983 (4-14); George Allen, 1984 (10-8, 2-1)
Birmingham Stallions- Rollie Dotsch, 1983-85 (36-18, 2-2)
Boston/New Orleans/Portland Breakers- Dick Coury, 1983-85 (25-29)
Chicago Blitz- George Allen, 1983 (12-6, 0-1); Marv Levy, 1984 (5-13)
Denver Gold- Red Miller, 1983 (4-7); Charley Armey, 1983 (0-1); Craig Morton, 1983-84 (12-12); Mouse Davis, 1985 (11-7, 0-1)
Houston Gamblers- Jack Pardee, 1984-85 (23-13, 0-2)
Jacksonville Bulls- Lindy Infante, 1984-85 (15-21)
Los Angeles Express- Hugh Campbell, 1983 (8-10); John Hadl, 1984-85 (13-23, 1-1)
Memphis Showboats- Pepper Rodgers, 1984-85 (18-18, 1-1)
Michigan Panthers- Jim Stanley, 1983-84 (22-14, 2-1)
New Jersey Generals- Chuck Fairbanks, 1983 (6-12); Walt Michaels (25-11, 0-2)
Oakland Invaders- John Ralston, 1983-84 (9-12, 0-1); Chuck Hutchison, 1984 (7-8); Charlie Sumner, 1985 (13-4-1, 2-1)
Oklahoma/Arizona Outlaws- Woody Widenhofer, 1984 (6-12); Frank Kush, 1985 (8-10)
Orlando Renegades- Lee Corso, 1985 (5-13)
Philadelphia/Baltimore Stars- Jim Mora, 1983-85 (41-12-1, 7-1)
Pittsburgh Maulers- Joe Pendry, 1984 (2-8); Ellis Rainsberger, 1984 (1-7)
San Antonio Gunslingers- Gil Steinke, 1984 (7-11); Jim Bates, 1985 (3-9); Gil Steinke, 1985 (2-4)
Tampa Bay Bandits- Steve Spurrier, 1983-85 (35-19, 0-2)
Washington Federals- Ray Jauch, 1983-84 (4-15); Dick Bielski, 1984 (3-14)