Houston Oilers Football Schedule

Houston Oilers Football Schedule For 1997
September 5 Arnold Junior High
12 Cub Scout Troop 101
19 Houston Blind Academy
26 Spanish-American War Vets

October 3 Crippled Children’s Home
10 St. Cloud Home for Wayward Girls
17 Girl Scout Troop 465
24 Kilgore Rangerettes
31 Houston Symphony

November 7 Korean War Amputees
14 VA Hospital Amputees
21 Greater Houston Ret. Nurses
28 Montrose Gay Singles Special Monday Night Games

December 6 Utopia Gay Girls
December 13 Harris County Felons
December 20 Houston Area Polio Survivors

Rule Changes From Last Year
1. When playing the polio patients, the Oilers must not disconnect leg braces.
2. When playing the Girl Scouts, the Oilers must not eat their cookies.
3. When playing the Blind Academy, the Oilers cannot hide the football under their jerseys.
4. When playing the amputees, the Oilers cannot file any protests about players with one leg being hard to tackle.
5. When playing any teams who are registered with Queer Nation, these teams will not have holding calls assessed against them.
6. When playing the Harris County Felons, all of the Felons must wear leg and wrist irons including the Quarterback and Kickers.

Rules Carried Forward From Last Year
1. A touchdown (this is when the ball is carried over the goal line, for all you Oilers fans who have never seen one) is still worth 21 points.
2. The Oilers will be allowed 27 men on the field at all times.
3. The Oilers will be allowed to substitute with Band members or cheerleaders.
4. The Oilers will be allowed 20 time outs as opposed to 3 for the other teams
5. The Oilers will be awarded a first down with each gain of 3 yards or more. Name Changes The Houston Oilers name will be changed to the Houston Tampons as they are only good for one period and don’t have a second string. Coaching Changes Jack Pardee will be replaced by Linda Lovelace. She will no doubt blow a few, but she won’t choke on the Big Ones!

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