Colts Bankrupt

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Colts Bankrupt

Post by pilots13 » Fri Jul 04, 2014 3:05 am ... -but-team/

Bankrupt, but not folding (yet). How close can the UBL step to the edge of the cliff before they finally fall off.

Most interesting nugget is this line from the end of the article: "The Colts also plan on joining a bigger league next season, Bryant said." Could they try for a move into the AA or something? It's a market that has been successful, but the clown show the NAL and UBL have been the last 5 years has doomed them and all the other survivors.

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Post by nksports » Fri Jul 04, 2014 4:08 am

"Harry Doyle: Well fans, Roger Dorn has done a little redecorating around the ballpark. The outfield walls now look like the yellow pages. And any of you folks having trouble finding a good proctologist, might want to come down here and check out the area around the 375 foot sign. As for the game, we've got a real nailbiter here tonight. It's a lot closer than that 11-2 score."

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Post by jcweedman » Tue Jul 08, 2014 5:00 pm

The San Angelo Colts will not be joining the AA next year.
A $200,000 letter of credit required by the AA is the reason Fort Worth is in the ULB

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