Unable to persuade Sacramento State to upgrade Hornet Stadium to something approaching CFL standards, Anderson tried to build a new stadium, but those plans fizzled. Neither of the other two stadiums in the Sacramento area, Toomey Field and Charles C. Hughes Stadium, offered anything significantly better; like Hornet Stadium, they were both inadequate even for temporary use. The failure of ...
However, only two months after the Grey Cup, the Mad Dogs and Pirates had both folded. The Barracudas were about to be euthanized as well, as there was no prospect of the CFL approving their proposed sale and relocation to Shreveport. Speros was seriously considering moving his team to Montreal, in response to pressure from the league office. Anderson was not ...
History of the Texans
The San Antonio Texans were a Canadian Football League (CFL) team that played in the Alamodome in San Antonio, Texas, in the 1995 CFL season. They had relocated from Sacramento, California, where the team had been called the Sacramento Gold Miners. After relocating, the team still had the same ownership in Fred Anderson and the same staff, including President Tom Bass and Head Coach/General Manager Kay Stephenson. The Gold Miners/Texans franchise played three seasons (five if the Texans' WLAF iteration, the Sacramento Surge, is also counted) before folding in 1995. They were the southernmost team in CFL history and the only team in CFL history to have ever officially relocated from another market (the Baltimore Stallions and Montreal Alouettes are considered separate teams by the league).
Sacramento - San Antonio
1993 - 1995 / Canadian Football League
1995 / San Antonio Texans
1993 - 1994 / Sacramento Gold Miners
Texans - After the move from Sacramento, the franchise adopted the San Antonio Texans moniker. The Texan nickname has been used in the state of Texas several times - 4 other times to be exact, here is the list of former Texans nicknames Houston / NFL, Houston / WFL, Dallas / NFL, and Dallas / AFL.
Grey Cup 0
1995 / Alamodome
1993 – 1994 / Hornet Stadium
1993 - 1995 / Fred Anderson
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*Blue is this team’s history