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Worst loss in USL-1 history? Nope

Much has already been said about last night's debacle, and if the Blues fire Zinho in the coming days, the 9-0 drubbing at the hands of Carolina will come to symbolize this failed season.

But fear not, Blues fans, there is one silver lining: a USL-1/A-League team once got its backside handed to it even worse than Miami FC did Wednesday night.

It was 1998, and the California Jaguars won a league match by a 10-0 margin.

The victim? The Seattle Sounders -- who went on to great success and now are one of the most popular and competitive teams in MLS.

Thanks to Jeff Crandal at USL for this tidbit.

CORRECTION: Jeff just let me know he had the teams correct, but the winner wrong. It was Seattle beating California 10-0 back in 1998.

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