The Alliance of American Football (AAF) has announced its procedure for allocating players to specific teams.
The system is based on college and pro affiliations of the players.
Here are the college and pro teams that will feed players to Alliance San Antonio:
Prairie View A&M
Sam Houston State
Stephen F. Austin
West Texas A&M
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Officials from the City of San Antonio and the Alliance of American Football (AAF) held a news conference on Thursday at city hall.
San Antonio major Ron Nirenberg (above), AAF founder Charlie Ebersol, Alliance San Antonio head coach Mike Riley and Alliance San Antonio general manager Daryl “Moose” Johnston was all at the news conference.
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The Alliance of American Football (AAF) announced Wednesday that it is coming to San Antonio.
The spring football league will play in the Alamodome.
A press conference is scheduled for Thursday at the San Antonio city hall.
Early media reports indicate former San Antonio World League coach Mike Riley will be the head coach. Riley was the head coach at Nebraska the last two seasons. Riley is also a former head coach at Oregon State, the then-San Diego Chargers and in the Canadian Football League.
Daryl “Moose” Johnston is expected to be named San Antonio’s general manager. The former Dallas Cowboys fullback was working for FOX as an NFL analyst.