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Washington 31 at Oakland 17


1984 Week 9 - Sunday, April 22, 1984
Washington Federals(0-8) at Oakland Invaders(0-8)(-3)
Attendance: 14,828

OAKLAND (AP) - Curtis Bledsoe set a club record with 165 yards and also scored a pair of touchdowns as the Washington Federals recorded their first win of the campaign, 31-17 over 0-9 Oakland.

That game drew only 14,828, a football low for the Oakland Coliseum. Bledsoe led the Federals, 1-8, to their highest scoring game of the season and Oakland, 0-9, squandered a 10-7 halftime lead.

Washington went ahead for good with 3:38 left in the third period when quarterback Mike Hohensee handed off to halfback Billy Taylor. Taylor lateraled back to Hohensee, who ran two yards for a touchdown.

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Supplemental information courtesy of Chris Blackburn


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