USFL 2022 season opener, New Jersey Generals at Birmingham Stallions: Live updates, score, TV, streaming info – CBS Sports
Welcome to the first game of the USFL’s 2022 season. After a 37-year hiatus, the new version of the USFL is underway with a prime-time matchup between the New Jersey Generals and the Birmingham Stallions. The Generals, led by the play of receiver Randy Satterfield, took a 14-7 lead into intermission.
Saturday’s game started with a bang, with Generals quarterback Luis Perez hitting Satterfield for a 48-yard gain on the first play from scrimmage. The drive ended with Satterfield catching a 3-yard touchdown despite taking a nasty lick from a Stallions defender.
The Stallions responded with a big play of their own, a 35-yard touchdown pass from Alex McGough to Osirus Mitchell less than four minutes into the game. New Jersey re-gained the lead by taking advantage of safety Shalom Luani’s interception at the start of the second quarter. Facing a third-and-7 from the Stallions’ 13-yard-line, Perez rolled to his right before hitting tight end Braedon Bowman in the end zone for the go-ahead score.
Follow the action with updates, highlights and analysis in our live blog below. Make sure to check back in after the game for a thorough breakdown of Saturday’s action.
How to watch
Date: Saturday, April 16 Time: 7:30 p.m. ET Location: Birmingham, Alabama TV: Fox, NBC Streaming:fuboTV (try it for free)
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