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I watched a documentary last night about the USFL and saw alot of great players come out of that league.. donald trump may of crushed it but did they ever make any cards from that league? anyone got some scans?
There were 2 sets (1984 and 1985) with some important XRCs in each one. Jim Kelly, Steve Young, Reggie White, Herschel Walker, and others.
oh ok thanks.. Ya I saw herschel on some of his plays that dude was a beast.. he rushed more in one season than anyone else in pro ball period. i think adrian beat that but im not sure
These are from my latest BGS submission. I'll probably get the Herschel graded in the next one. They were only released as complete 132-card sets. Kelly, Young, White, and Walker were all in the 1984 set. I think the main XRC in the 1985 set was Doug Flutie.

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Sam Mills and Gary Clark are in the 85 set as well, but priced far less than the Flutie XRC.
The Herschel Walker 1984 Topps USFL card has been on my wantlist for a long time. I'm just waiting to get a steal on one in mint condition. I do have an uncut sheet of 1985 Topps USFL cards with Walker and a few other stars on it, which looks sweet. It really is amazing how many future NFL stars came out of the USFL.
I had season tickets for the New Orleans Breakers. I for one loved the USFL, and we got one of our future Who Dats (Bobby Hebert) from that league

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I just watched that hahha. Yep Greedy Donald Trump killed that league
I have Anthony Carter's XRC. It would be nice to have the complete sets.

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wow this is awesome! ya saw the documentary on netflix. I thought it was so amazing how they adopted things from it. the challenging of the play and 2 pt conversion. I had no Idea that all came from the USFL. I was only born in 82
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