I'd never heard of the UFL until this post.Marty Schottenheimer is back as a professional head coach . . . in the UFL. Now four of the five UFL teams have former NFL head coaches - Schottenheimer joins Jerry Glanville, Dennis Green, and Jim Fassel.
I remember there were some speculation that the UFL would expand notably if there was an NFL labor breakdown, but so far that doesn't seem to be happening. I'd think they'd need at least 8 teams to be considered a decent option. Five isn't going to cut it, even if it does end up being the only pro game around (except for the Arena League, of course.)