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August 11, 1997 | ROB FERNAS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Leave it to a couple of punters to kick some life into Southern California's moribund football scene. The Rams have moved to St. Louis. The Raiders have returned to Oakland. But Scott Aronson and Darren McMahon hope the Simi Valley Swarm, a minor league team preparing for its inaugural season, can in some small way help fill the void created by the departure of the Southland's professional teams. "The NFL we are not," Aronson said. "But we're the next best thing."
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August 11, 1997 | ROB FERNAS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Leave it to a couple of punters to kick some life into Southern California's moribund football scene. The Rams have moved to St. Louis. The Raiders have returned to Oakland. But Scott Aronson and Darren McMahon hope the Simi Valley Swarm, a minor league team preparing for its inaugural season, can in some small way help fill the void created by the departure of the Southland's professional teams. "The NFL we are not," Aronson said. "But we're the next best thing."
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August 7, 1997 | ROB FERNAS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Leave it to a couple of punters to kick some life into Southern California's moribund football scene. The Rams have moved to St. Louis. The Raiders have returned to Oakland. But Scott Aronson and Darren McMahon hope the Simi Valley Swarm, a minor-league team preparing for its inaugural season, can in some small way help fill the void created by the departure of the Southland's professional teams. "The NFL we are not," Aronson said. "But we're the next best thing."
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August 7, 1997 | ROB FERNAS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Leave it to a couple of punters to kick some life into Southern California's moribund football scene. The Rams have moved to St. Louis. The Raiders have returned to Oakland. But Scott Aronson and Darren McMahon hope the Simi Valley Swarm, a minor-league team preparing for its inaugural season, can in some small way help fill the void created by the departure of the Southland's professional teams. "The NFL we are not," Aronson said. "But we're the next best thing."
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