Report: Folded AAF Left Behind Unpaid Bills

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The flash-in-the-pan that was the Alliance of American Football may have suspended operations last week, but the ill-fated league’s legal challenges may just be beginning.

According to the Orlando Sentinel, the AAF and its Orlando-based franchise the Orlando Apollos owe the University of Central Florida more than $1 million in future rent payments. The Alliance had agreed to a three-year lease for the Apollos to play 15 total home games at UCF’s Spectrum Stadium at a cost of $75,000-per-game. However, the Apollos only played three of those games before the AAF ceased operations just eight games into its inaugural season.

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