Fox plans to launch a new United States Football League this spring Fox Sports, the sole owner of the new league, plans for games to begin in April. Previous attempts to relaunch the USFL have run into insurmountable issues.

Fox plans to launch a new United States Football League this spring

Fox plans to launch a new United States Football League this spring

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Fox Sports, the sole owner of the new league, plans for games to begin in April. Previous attempts to relaunch the USFL have run into insurmountable issues.

A MARTINEZ, HOST:

Good morning. I'm A Martinez. Are you ready for some football? More of it, actually, because version 2.0 of the USFL is on the way. Now, there's already a long list of failed attempts to start new leagues. Remember the Alliance of American Football? Yeah, probably not. Well, Fox Sports plans to resurrect the old United States Football League in April of next year and broadcast the games. I guess it's time for me to dust off my old LA Express tank top - size medium, of course. It's MORNING EDITION.

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