Thought And Prayers To The New USFL “2022-2022”

April 22nd, 2022

In this edition of The Todd Wright TODDcast, Todd digs a grave for the USFL reboot right next to the other recent spring football failures with tombstones saying “AAF 2019-2019” and “XFL 2020-2020.” The Todd Wright TODDcast is presented by Brandon Legal Group and Bill Currie Ford. Click above to listen or to download. Or listen on Stitcher here, Google Podcasts here, and on other platforms.


2 Responses to “Thought And Prayers To The New USFL “2022-2022””

  1. BUCman Says:

    Watch a few games hoping to like it but kept losing interest by the end of the first quarter. The play at my local high school is better. Would be surprised if they make it to the end of the season. Hopefully the players didn’t quit there jobs. They are going to need them soon.

  2. Cobraboy Says:

    Seems Mr. Wright has zero knowledge of the USFL.

    The league announced months ago all operations would be in Birmingham, including games, this season to save a s#!t-ton of $$$ so the league gets on its feet. This includes a massive overhead to address the issues Mr. Wright complains about.

    In 2023 the league will have two hubs, and 2024 will be the year of local teams. I recall.

    I watched the Bandits Monday night and thought the game itself was very credible, and the television production solid.

    BTW, Mr. Wright, you’d be hard-pressed to buy 2023 Super Bowl tickets right now, too. Just because USFL championship game tix are not on sale yet does NOT mean the league is a failure.

    I’ll wait and see how things progress before, unlike Mr. Wright, I condemn the entire league.

    One less “Todd Cast” listener here.