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Ohio Glory

Ohio Glory
Ohio Glory helmet
Ohio Glory logo
Year founded 1992
Year retired 1992
City Columbus, Ohio
Team colors Blue, Red, White
Franchise W-L-T record Regular Season: 1-9

The Ohio Glory played one season (1992) in the World League of American Football, which later became NFL Europe.

Columbus, Ohio was awarded the WLAF franchise after the Raleigh-Durham Skyhawks posted an 0-10 season. Ohio didn't do much better, posting a 1-9 record after one season of play. The sole win came at the expense of the Frankfurt Galaxy in week 7, a 20-17 victory in Columbus.

The Glory played their home games in Ohio Stadium on Ohio State University's campus, which at the time had a seating capacity of 91,470 (now 108,362[1]). Their head coach was Larry Little, and they participated in the North American East division. Their first draft pick was former NFL quarterback Babe Laufenberg.


  • Season-by-season 1
  • Schedule 2
  • Personnel 3
    • Roster 3.1
  • References 4
  • External links 5


Season League Regular season Postseason
Won Lost Ties Win % Finish Won Lost Win % Result
1992 WLAF 1 9 0 .100 4th (North American East)
Total 1 9 0 .100


Week 1: Orlando Thunder 13, Ohio 9

Week 2: Sacramento Surge 17, Ohio 6

Week 3: Orlando Thunder 28, Ohio 3

Week 4: Montreal Machine 31, Ohio 20

Week 5: San Antonio Riders 17, Ohio 0

Week 6: Barcelona Dragons 20, Ohio 10

Week 7: Ohio 20, Frankfurt Galaxy 17

Week 8: New York/New Jersey Knights 39, Ohio 33 (OT)

Week 9: Sacramento Surge 21, Ohio 7

Week 10: Birmingham Fire 27, Ohio 24




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