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Bethlehem Bulldogs

The Bethlehem Bulldogs were an American Association football team that played from 1946 to 1950. They played in the league's Western Division through 1947, until the league dissolved the divisions and became a one-division circuit.

In 1946, the team finished in third place in the division, winning five games, losing four and tying one. The following year, they finished in first place with an 8-1 record and beat the Paterson Panthers in the league's championship game 23-7. In 1948, they went 4-5-1, finishing fifth in the league. They went 6-4 in 1949, finishing in third place and making the playoffs, which they lost. In 1950, they went 0-2 and disbanded in mid-October.[1]


  1. ^ American Association history
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