Would lockout open door for UFL?
Commissioner sees opportunity for struggling league to gain traction
Michael Huyghue, the commissioner of the United Football League, seemed to be in high spirits last week.
"I'm excited about this  season," he said brightly.
Is there going to be one?
Huyghue sighed for a moment and then, with slightly less enthusiasm, said, "There is."
When your league loses $32 million in its first season, nearly $50 million in the second and creditors line up looking for $5 million in unpaid bills, these questions come up. When one of your ...
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