Week 13 - Friday, May 27, 1983. Attendance: 38,829. TV: ESPN.
[NOTE: Kickoff begins at the 5:31 minute mark if you don't want to hear the pregame analysis.]
Quarterback Fred Mortensen ran for two touchdowns and strong safety David Dumars returned an interception 78 yards for another score, leading the Denver Gold to a 21-19 United States Football League victory over the Birmingham Stallions. The victory marked the coaching debut of former National Football League quarterback Craig Morton and snapped a five-game losing streak for Denver, now 5-8. Birmingham had its five-game winning streak ended and dropped to 7-6. A crowd of 38,829 about 4,000 below Denver's season average witnessed the contest.
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