GRAND RAPIDS 45, Detroit 41
CHICAGO 48, Houston 43
OKLAHOMA 52, Milwaukee 38
LOS ANGELES 47, San Jose 44
SUNDAY JUNE 3
NEW YORK 59, Arizona 41
AMERICAN-CENTRAL              NATIONAL-SOUTH
Grand Rapids   6  1 0 353 342 Tampa Bay      7  0 0 409 267
Indiana        5  2 0 393 333 Nashville      6  2 0 368 274
Chicago        4  3 0 385 339 Orlando        4  3 0 321 288
Detroit        2  5 0 261 341 Florida        3  4 0 308 338
MILWAUKEE      0  7 0 277 406 NATIONAL-NORTH
AMERICAN-WEST                 Buffalo        5  3 0 393 395
San Jose       5  3 0 441 364 Carolina       4  3 0 373 318
Arizona        4  3 0 317 265 New York       4  3 0 441 315
Oklahoma       3  5 0 307 391 Toronto        3  5 0 356 435
Los Angeles    2  5 0 262 361 New Jersey     1  7 0 286 357
Houston        2  6 0 387 398
WEEK NINE (Bye Week - San Jose)
THURSDAY JUNE 7
Indiana 45, TORONTO 37        
FRIDAY JUNE 8
CAROLINA 68, New Jersey 22
DETROIT 58, Milwaukee 22
BUFFALO 58, New York 51
Grand Rapids 60, NASHVILLE 54
SATURDAY JUNE 9
Chicago 58, FLORIDA 51
Los Angeles 48, HOUSTON 45 at Fresno, CA
ARIZONA 69, Oklahoma 27
SUNDAY JUNE 10
ORLANDO 57, Tampa Bay 45
AMERICAN-CENTRAL              NATIONAL-SOUTH
Grand Rapids   7  1 0 413 396 Tampa Bay      7  1 0 454 324
Indiana        6  2 0 438 370 Nashville      6  3 0 422 334
Chicago        5  3 0 443 390 Orlando        5  3 0 378 333
Detroit        3  5 0 319 363 Florida        3  5 0 359 396
MILWAUKEE      0  8 0 299 464 NATIONAL-NORTH
AMERICAN-WEST                 Buffalo        6  3 0 451 446
Arizona        5  3 0 386 292 Carolina       5  3 0 441 340
San Jose       5  3 0 441 364 New York       4  4 0 492 373
Los Angeles    3  5 0 310 406 Toronto        3  6 0 393 480
Oklahoma       3  6 0 334 460 New Jersey     1  8 0 308 425
Houston        2  7 0 432 446
WEEK TEN (Bye Week - Toronto)
FRIDAY JUNE 15
INDIANA 58, Chicago 30
Florida 54, NEW JERSEY 51
Arizona 55, TAMPA BAY 49 (OT)
SATURDAY JUNE 16
Orlando 74, NEW YORK 63
Oklahoma 78, HOUSTON 52 at Lubbock, TX
MILWAUKEE 62, Grand Rapids 50
Detroit 49, L.ANGELES 48 (OT)
SAN JOSE 58, Nashville 57 (OT)
SUNDAY JUNE 17
Carolina 53, BUFFALO 44
AMERICAN-CENTRAL              NATIONAL-SOUTH
Grand Rapids   7  2 0 463 458 Tampa Bay      7  2 0 503 379
Indiana        7  2 0 496 400 Orlando        6  3 0 452 396
Chicago        5  4 0 473 448 Nashville      6  4 0 479 392
Detroit        4  5 0 368 411 Florida        4  5 0 413 447
MILWAUKEE      1  8 0 361 514 NATIONAL-NORTH
AMERICAN-WEST                 Carolina       6  3 0 494 384
Arizona        6  3 0 439 341 Buffalo        6  4 0 495 499
San Jose       6  3 0 499 421 New York       4  5 0 555 447
Oklahoma       4  6 0 412 512 Toronto        3  6 0 393 480
Los Angeles    3  6 0 358 455 New Jersey     1  9 0 359 479
Houston        2  8 0 484 524
WEEK ELEVEN (Bye Week - New Jersey)
FRIDAY JUNE 22
Houston 58, CAROLINA 52 (OT)
Milwaukee 45, ORLANDO 42
NASHVILLE 87, Buffalo 48
SATURDAY JUNE 23
TORONTO 66, New York 49
GRAND RAPIDS 80, Indiana 74
Detroit 47, CHICAGO 37
Los Angeles 54, ARIZONA 48 (OT)
SUNDAY JUNE 24
San Jose 60, OKLAHOMA 41
MONDAY JUNE 25
Tampa Bay 67, FLORIDA 55
AMERICAN-CENTRAL              NATIONAL-SOUTH
Grand Rapids   8  2 0 543 532 Tampa Bay      8  2 0 570 434
Indiana        7  3 0 570 480 Nashville      7  4 0 566 440
Chicago        5  5 0 510 495 Orlando        6  4 0 494 441
Detroit        5  5 0 415 448 Florida        4  6 0 468 514
MILWAUKEE      2  8 0 406 556 NATIONAL-NORTH
AMERICAN-WEST                 Carolina       6  4 0 546 442
San Jose       7  3 0 559 462 Buffalo        6  5 0 543 586
Arizona        6  4 0 487 395 New York       4  6 0 604 513
Los Angeles    4  6 0 412 503 Toronto        4  6 0 459 529
Oklahoma       4  7 0 453 572 New Jersey     1  9 0 359 479
Houston        3  8 0 542 576
WEEK TWELVE (Bye Week - Buffalo)
SATURDAY JUNE 30
TORONTO 62, Carolina 56
INDIANA 59, Milwaukee 49
New York 59, NEW JERSEY 36
DETROIT 75, Grand Rapids 63
LOS ANGELES 55, Chicago 47
SAN JOSE 56, Florida 55 (OT)
Nashville 73, OKLAHOMA 47
Arizona 77, HOUSTON 67 at West Valley City, UT
SUNDAY JULY 1
Orlando 46, TAMPA BAY 38
AMERICAN-CENTRAL              NATIONAL-SOUTH
Grand Rapids   8  3 0 606 607 Tampa Bay      8  3 0 608 480
Indiana        8  3 0 629 529 Nashville      8  4 0 639 487
Detroit        6  5 0 490 511 Orlando        7  4 0 540 479
Chicago        5  6 0 557 550 Florida        4  7 0 523 570
MILWAUKEE      2  9 0 455 615 NATIONAL-NORTH
AMERICAN-WEST                 Buffalo        6  5 0 543 586
San Jose       8  3 0 615 517 Carolina       6  5 0 602 504
Arizona        7  4 0 564 462 New York       5  6 0 663 549
Los Angeles    5  6 0 467 550 Toronto        5  6 0 521 585
Oklahoma       4  8 0 500 645 New Jersey     1 10 0 395 538
Houston        3  9 0 609 653
WEEK THIRTEEN (Bye Week - Oklahoma)
FRIDAY JULY 6
Toronto 61, BUFFALO 26
MILWAUKEE 67, Detroit 55
San Jose 73, ARIZONA 63
SATURDAY JULY 7
GRAND RAPIDS 79, Chicago 58
TAMPA BAY 70, Houston 47
NEW YORK 99, Carolina 68
Nashville 40, LOS ANGELES 27
SUNDAY JULY 8
FLORIDA 53, Orlando 46
NEW JERSEY 62, Indiana 61 (OT)
AMERICAN-CENTRAL              NATIONAL-SOUTH
X-Grand Rapids 9  3 0 685 665 X-Tampa Bay    9  3 0 678 527
Indiana        8  4 0 690 591 X-Nashville    9  4 0 679 514
Detroit        6  6 0 545 578 Orlando        7  5 0 586 532
Chicago        5  7 0 615 629 Florida        5  7 0 576 616
MILWAUKEE      3  9 0 512 670 NATIONAL-NORTH
AMERICAN-WEST                 Buffalo        6  6 0 569 647
Z-San Jose     9  3 0 688 580 Carolina       6  6 0 670 603
Arizona        7  5 0 627 535 New York       6  6 0 762 617
Los Angeles    5  7 0 494 590 Toronto        6  6 0 582 611
Oklahoma       4  8 0 500 645 New Jersey     2 10 0 457 699
Houston        3 10 0 656 723
Z-Clinched Division Title     X-Clinched Playoff Berth
WEEK FOURTEEN (Bye Week - Houston)
FRIDAY JULY 13
ORLANDO 48, Buffalo 40
CAROLINA 66, Los Angeles 28
NASHVILLE 45, Tampa Bay 38
SATURDAY JULY 14
TORONTO 52, New Jersey 45
Florida 30, DETROIT 28
GRAND RAPIDS 72, Oklahoma 70
CHICAGO 34, Milwaukee 29
New York 62, ARIZONA 55
SUNDAY JULY 15
INDIANA 66, San Jose 63
AMERICAN-CENTRAL              NATIONAL-SOUTH
Z-Gr. Rapids  10  3 0 757 735 Z-Nashville   10  4 0 724 550
X-Indiana      9  4 0 756 654 X-Tampa Bay    9  4 0 716 572
Chicago        6  7 0 649 658 X-Orlando      8  5 0 634 572
Detroit        6  7 0 573 608 Florida        6  7 0 606 644
MILWAUKEE      3 10 0 541 704 NATIONAL-NORTH
AMERICAN-WEST                 Carolina       7  6 0 736 631
Z-San Jose     9  4 0 751 646 New York       7  6 0 824 672
Arizona        7  6 0 682 597 Toronto        7  6 0 634 656
Los Angeles    5  8 0 522 656 Buffalo        6  7 0 609 695
Oklahoma       4  9 0 570 717 New Jersey     2 11 0 502 751
Houston        3 10 0 656 723
Z-Clinched Division Title     X-Clinched Playoff Berth
WEEK FIFTEEN (Bye Week - Nashville)
FRIDAY JULY 20
Toronto 53, CAROLINA 50
Grand Rapids 44, BUFFALO 40
Arizona 64, MILWAUKEE 47
SATURDAY JULY 21
New York 73, FLORIDA 56
TAMPA BAY 44, New Jersey 41
CHICAGO 55, Orlando 41
SAN JOSE 80, Houston 27
SUNDAY JULY 22
OKLAHOMA 60, Los Angeles 42
DETROIT 66, Indiana 58
AMERICAN-CENTRAL              NATIONAL-SOUTH
Z-Gr. Rapids  11  3 0 801 776 Z-Nashville   10  4 0 724 550
X-Indiana      9  5 0 814 717 X-Tampa Bay   10  4 0 760 613
X-Detroit      7  7 0 639 666 X-Orlando      8  6 0 675 627
X-Chicago      7  7 0 684 699 Florida        6  8 0 660 717
MILWAUKEE      3 11 0 598 768 NATIONAL-NORTH
AMERICAN-WEST                 Z-New York     8  6 0 899 828
Z-San Jose    10  4 0 831 673 X-Toronto      8  6 0 694 706
X-Arizona      8  6 0 748 644 X-Carolina     7  7 0 786 685
Los Angeles    5  9 0 564 716 Buffalo        6  8 0 649 739
Oklahoma       5  9 0 630 759 New Jersey     2 12 0 543 695
Houston        3 11 0 683 803
Z-Clinched Division Title     X-Clinched Playoff Berth
2001 AFL PLAYOFFS - FIRST ROUND
Friday July 27, 2001 - TORONTO (8-6) 64, New York (8-6) 57
Friday July 27, 2001 - Chicago (7-7) 44, ORLANDO (8-6) 26
Saturday July 28, 2001 - ARIZONA (8-6) 52, Detroit (7-7) 44
Sunday July 29, 2001 - INDIANA (9-5) 58, Carolina (7-7) 41
QUARTER-FINALS
Friday August 3, 2001 - NASHVILLE (10-4) 45, Toronto (9-6) 38
Saturday August 4, 2001 - SAN JOSE (10-4) 68, Arizona (9-6) 49
Sunday August 5, 2001 - Indiana (10-5) 68, TAMPA BAY (10-4) 31
Sunday August 5, 2001 - GRAND RAPIDS (11-3) 53, Chicago (8-7) 21
SEMI-FINALS
Saturday August 11, 2001 - NASHVILLE (11-4) 71, San Jose (11-4) 47
Sunday August 12, 2001 - GRAND RAPIDS (12-3) 83, Indiana (11-5) 70
ARENA BOWL XV (August 19, 2001 at Grand Rapids)
GRAND RAPIDS RAMPAGE (13-3) 64, NASHVILLE KATS (12-4) 42 - The Grand Rapids Rampage scored an ArenaBowl-record (at the time) 64 points as they sent a sellout crowd home from Van Andel Arena happy with a 64-42 victory over the Nashville Kats to claim their first ArenaBowl title in team history. Grand Rapids quarterback Clint Dolezel connected with offensive specialist Terrill Shaw for five touchdowns, and threw two others to Demo Odems as the Rampage offense dominated one of the league's marquee defenses. Shaw caught 12 passes for 172 yards on the day en route to being named the game's MVP, while Nashville's top receiving threat, Cory Fleming was held to just four catches and no receiving touchdowns. The game marked the first championship for Rampage coach Michael Trigg in his 10-year coaching career, and the first in the history of the organization. Meanwhile, it was the second consecutive ArenaBowl defeat for the Kats, and the last game the team would play before moving to Atlanta to become the Georgia Force. The city of Nashville would be left without AFL football until a reincarnation of the Kats began play in 2005.
ADDED: - Baton Rouge Blaze, Lafayette Roughnecks, Iowa Barnstormers, Rochester Bridgade, Columbus Wardogs, Florida Firecats, Louisville Fire, Memphis Xplorers, Macon Knights, Bossier-Shreveport Battle Wings ADDED FROM IFL: Lincoln Lightning, Peoria Pirates, Wichita (Warlords) Stealth
WEEK ONE (Bye - Richmond, Roanoke, Greensboro, Charleston, Carolina, Rochester, Jacksonville, Pensacola, Tallahassee, Florida, Macon, Columbus, Birm., Tn Vall, Arkansas, Lafayette, Bossier-Shr, B. Rouge, Memphis, Tulsa, Louisville, Iowa, Lincoln, Wichita)
WEEK TWO (Bye - Quad City, Peoria)
THURSDAY MARCH 29                
QUAD CITY 41, Peoria 0
SATURDAY MARCH 31              
Augusta 64, MACON 60
FRIDAY APRIL 6
JACKSONVILLE 46, Florida 40
WICHITA 43, Louisville 6
SATURDAY APRIL 7
RICHMOND 53, Roanoke 21
LINCOLN 50, Iowa 45
AUGUSTA 55, Norfolk 39
Baton Rouge 43, COLUMBUS 20
Tulsa 56, ARKANSAS 53 (OT)
LAFAYETTE 71, Rochester 46
Birmingham 63, SHREVEPORT 56 (OT)
GREENSBORO 25, Tallahassee 16
TENN VALLEY 55, Memphis 14
CHARLESTON 54, Carolina 42
Pensacola 32, NORFOLK 23
AMERICAN-Northeast            AMERICAN-Southeast
Richmond       1  0 0  53  21 Augusta        2  0 0 119  99
Greensboro     1  0 0  25  16 Jacksonville   1  0 0  46  40
Charleston     1  0 0  54  42 Pensacola      1  0 0  32  23
Carolina       0  1 0  42  54 Tallahassee    0  1 0  16  25
Roanoke        0  1 0  21  53 Florida        0  1 0  40  46
Rochester      0  1 0  46  71 Macon          0  1 0  60  64
Norfolk        0  2 0  62  87 Columbus       0  1 0  20  43
NATIONAL-Midwest              NATIONAL-South Central
Lincoln        1  0 0  50  45 Lafayette      1  0 0  71  46
Tulsa          1  0 0  56  53 Birmingham     1  0 0  63  56
Quad City      1  0 0  41   0 Baton Rouge    1  0 0  43  20
Wichita        1  0 0  43   6 Tenn.Valley    1  0 0  55  14
Louisville     0  1 0   6  43 Shreveport     0  1 0  56  63
Peoria         0  1 0   0  41 Arkansas       0  1 0  53  56
Iowa           0  1 0  45  50 Memphis        0  1 0  14  55
WEEK THREE
THURSDAY APRIL 12
Tn Valley 47, BATON ROUGE 27 
FRIDAY APRIL 13
ROCHESTER 49, Roanoke 31
QUAD CITY 97, Memphis 7
Carolina 42, PENSACOLA 33
SATURDAY APRIL 14               
Augusta 42, FLORIDA 20
WICHITA 46, Iowa 36
MACON 62, Greensboro 34
TULSA 38, Lafayette 29
RICHMOND 46, Norfolk 22
Charleston 94, COLUMBUS 44
PEORIA 46, Arkansas 43
Birmingham 39, LOUISVILLE 21
Shreveport 70, LINCOLN 36   
AMERICAN-Northeast            AMERICAN-Southeast
Charleston     2  0 0 148  84 Augusta        3  0 0 161 119
Richmond       2  0 0  99  43 Jacksonville   2  0 0  94  84
Carolina       1  1 0  84  87 Macon          1  1 0 122  98
Greensboro     1  1 0  59  78 Pensacola      1  1 0  65  65
Rochester      1  1 0  95 102 Columbus       0  2 0  64 137
Roanoke        0  2 0  52 102 Florida        0  2 0  60  88
Norfolk        0  3 0  84 133 Tallahassee    0  2 0  60  73
NATIONAL-Midwest              NATIONAL-South Central
Quad City      2  0 0 138   7 Birmingham     2  0 0 102  77
Tulsa          2  0 0  94  82 Tenn.Valley    2  0 0 102  41
Wichita        2  0 0  89  42 Baton Rouge    1  1 0  70  67
Peoria         1  1 0  46  84 Shreveport     1  1 0 126  99
Lincoln        1  1 0  86 115 Lafayette      1  1 0 100  84
Louisville     0  2 0  27  82 Arkansas       0  2 0  96 102
Iowa           0  2 0  81  96 Memphis        0  2 0  21 152
WEEK FOUR
FRIDAY APRIL 20
Tulsa 51, BOSSIER CITY 39
PENSACOLA 45, Macon 42
LOUISVILLE 42, Peoria 39
BIRMINGHAM 73, Arkansas 46
SATURDAY APRIL 21
Tallahassee 30, NORFOLK 27
AUGUSTA 66, Columbus 17
BATON ROUGE 48, Lafayette 45
CHARLESTON 37, Wichita 33
Lincoln 24, MEMPHIS 21
Carolina 34, FLORIDA 15
TENN VALLEY 56, Richmond 14
GREENSBORO 45, Rochester 29
Quad City 45, IOWA 7
ROANOKE 50, Jacksonville 47
AMERICAN-Northeast            AMERICAN-Southeast
Charleston     3  0 0 185 117 Augusta        4  0 0 227 136
Carolina       2  1 0 118 102 Jacksonville   2  1 0 141 134
Greensboro     2  1 0 104 107 Pensacola      2  1 0 110 107
Richmond       2  1 0 113  99 Macon          1  2 0 164 143
Roanoke        1  2 0 102 149 Tallahassee    1  2 0  90 100
Rochester      1  2 0 124 147 Florida        0  3 0  75 122
Norfolk        0  4 0 111 163 Columbus       0  3 0  81 203
NATIONAL-South Central        NATIONAL-Midwest
Birmingham     3  0 0 175 123 Quad City      3  0 0 183  14
Tenn.Valley    3  0 0 158  55 Tulsa          3  0 0 145 121
Baton Rouge    2  1 0 118 112 Lincoln        2  1 0 110 136
Lafayette      1  2 0 145 132 Wichita        2  1 0 122  79
Shreveport     1  2 0 165 150 Louisville     1  2 0  69 121
Arkansas       0  3 0 142 175 Peoria         1  2 0  85 126
Memphis        0  3 0  42 176 Iowa           0  3 0  88 141
WEEK FIVE (Bye - Norfolk, Augusta)
FRIDAY APRIL 27
Florida 32, PENSACOLA 27
Peoria 35, LINCOLN 28
BATON ROUGE 48, Louisville 20
SATURDAY APRIL 28
CAROLINA 40, Rochester 19
CHARLESTON 54, Greensboro 46
RICHMOND 66, Roanoke 28
LAFAYETTE 58, Bossier City 48
Tenn Valley 51, BIRMINGHAM 42
Quad City 56, ARKANSAS 19
MACON 42, Tallahassee 28
TULSA 39, Wichita 27
IOWA 71, Memphis 23
Jacksonville 30, COLUMBUS 23
AMERICAN-Northeast            AMERICAN-Southeast
Charleston     4  0 0 239 163 Augusta        4  0 0 227 136
Carolina       3  1 0 158 121 Jacksonville   3  1 0 171 157
Richmond       3  1 0 179 127 Pensacola      2  2 0 137 139
Greensboro     2  2 0 150 161 Macon          2  2 0 206 171
Roanoke        1  3 0 130 215 Florida        1  3 0 107 149
Rochester      1  3 0 143 187 Tallahassee    1  3 0 118 142
Norfolk        0  4 0 111 163 Columbus       0  4 0 104 233
NATIONAL-South Central        NATIONAL-Midwest
Tenn. Valley   4  0 0 209  97 Quad City      4  0 0 239  33 
Baton Rouge    3  1 0 166 132 Tulsa          4  0 0 184 148
Birmingham     3  1 0 217 174 Lincoln        2  2 0 138 171
Lafayette      2  2 0 203 180 Peoria         2  2 0 120 154
Shreveport     1  3 0 213 208 Wichita        2  2 0 149 118
Memphis        0  4 0  65 247 Louisville     1  3 0  89 169
Arkansas       0  4 0 161 231 Iowa           1  3 0 159 164
WEEK SIX
FRIDAY MAY 4
Norfolk 39, ROANOKE 29
TALLAHASSEE 60, Florida 45
PEORIA 48, Iowa 34
JACKSONVILLE 41, Pensacola 38
QUAD CITY 55, Bossier City 43
Carolina 39, ROCHESTER 14
SATURDAY MAY 5                
TULSA 65, Louisville 37
WICHITA 48, Lincoln 37
GREENSBORO 52, Charleston 21
Arkansas 49, MEMPHIS 28
Augusta 62, COLUMBUS 10
TN VALLEY 67, Baton Rouge 17
Richmond 61, MACON 46
Birmingham 60, LAFAYETTE 49
AMERICAN-Northeast            AMERICAN-Southeast
Carolina       4  1 0 197 135 Augusta        5  0 0 289 146
Charleston     4  1 0 260 215 Jacksonville   4  1 0 212 195
Richmond       4  1 0 240 173 Macon          2  3 0 252 232
Greensboro     3  2 0 202 182 Pensacola      2  3 0 175 180
Norfolk        1  4 0 150 192 Tallahassee    2  3 0 178 187
Roanoke        1  4 0 159 254 Florida        1  4 0 152 209
Rochester      1  4 0 157 226 Columbus       0  5 0 114 295
NATIONAL-South Central        NATIONAL-Midwest
Tenn.Valley    5  0 0 276 114 Quad City      5  0 0 294  76
Birmingham     4  1 0 277 223 Tulsa          5  0 0 249 185
Baton Rouge    3  2 0 183 199 Peoria         3  2 0 168 188
Lafayette      2  3 0 252 240 Wichita        3  2 0 197 155
Arkansas       1  4 0 210 259 Lincoln        2  3 0 175 219
Bossier        1  4 0 256 263 Iowa           1  4 0 193 212
Memphis        0  5 0  93 296 Louisville     1  4 0 126 234
WEEK SEVEN
FRIDAY MAY 11                
CAROLINA 45, Macon 36
Tenn Valley 68, PENSACOLA 49
WICHITA 37, Lafayette 36
SATURDAY MAY 12
Tallahassee 60, COLUMBUS 52
TULSA 49, Quad City 47
RICHMOND 61, Rochester 33
MEMPHIS 48, Louisville 35
AUGUSTA 55, Florida 48
BIRMINGHAM 65, Peoria 42
Roanoke 45, CHARLESTON 40
BATON ROUGE 49, Lincoln 44
Iowa 50, JACKSONVILLE 47
NORFOLK 50, Greensboro 23
Arkansas 48, BOSSIER CITY 39
AMERICAN-Northeast            AMERICAN-Southeast
Carolina       5  1 0 242 171 Augusta        6  0 0 343 194
Richmond       5  1 0 301 206 Jacksonville   4  2 0 259 245
Charleston     4  2 0 300 260 Tallahassee    3  3 0 238 239
Greensboro     3  3 0 225 232 Macon          2  4 0 288 277
Norfolk        2  4 0 200 215 Pensacola      2  4 0 224 248
Roanoke        2  4 0 204 294 Florida        1  5 0 200 264
Rochester      1  5 0 190 287 Columbus       0  6 0 166 355
NATIONAL-South Central        NATIONAL-Midwest
Tenn. Valley   6  0 0 344 163 Tulsa          6  0 0 298 232
Birmingham     5  1 0 342 265 Quad City      5  1 0 341 125
Baton Rouge    4  2 0 232 243 Wichita        4  2 0 234 191
Arkansas       2  4 0 258 298 Peoria         3  3 0 210 253
Lafayette      2  4 0 288 277 Iowa           2  4 0 243 259
Bossier        1  5 0 295 311 Lincoln        2  4 0 219 268
Memphis        1  5 0 141 331 Louisville     1  5 0 161 282
WEEK EIGHT
FRIDAY MAY 18                 
ROANOKE 35, Charleston 19
NORFOLK 40, Augusta 25
FLORIDA 53, Jacksonville 34
Richmond 50, ROCHESTER 21
SATURDAY MAY 19     
IOWA 68, Wichita 56
Pensacola 36, TALLAHASSEE 33
ARKANSAS 60, Birmingham 27
GREENSBORO 28, Carolina 21
Baton Rouge 31, LAFAYETTE 28
MACON 49, Columbus 27
PEORIA 51, Tulsa 28
LOUISVILLE 71, Lincoln 12
Quad City 77, TENN VALLEY 47
Bossier City 44, MEMPHIS 25
AMERICAN-Northeast            AMERICAN-Southeast
Richmond       6  1 0 351 227 Augusta        6  1 0 368 234
Carolina       5  2 0 263 199 Jacksonville   4  3 0 293 298
Charleston     4  3 0 319 295 Macon          3  4 0 337 304
Greensboro     4  3 0 253 253 Pensacola      3  4 0 260 281
Norfolk        3  4 0 240 240 Tallahassee    3  4 0 271 275
Roanoke        3  4 0 239 313 Florida        2  5 0 253 298
Rochester      1  6 0 211 337 Columbus       0  7 0 193 404
NATIONAL-South Central        NATIONAL-Midwest
Tenn. Valley   6  1 0 391 240 Quad City      6  1 0 418 172
Baton Rouge    5  2 0 263 271 Tulsa          6  1 0 326 283
Birmingham     5  2 0 369 325 Peoria         4  3 0 261 281
Arkansas       3  4 0 318 325 Wichita        4  3 0 290 259
Bossier        2  5 0 339 336 Iowa           3  4 0 311 315
Lafayette      2  5 0 316 308 Lincoln        2  5 0 231 339
Memphis        1  6 0 166 475 Louisville     2  5 0 232 294
WEEK NINE
THURSDAY MAY 24
BATON ROUGE 47, Memphis 37
FRIDAY MAY 25
ROANOKE 46, Rochester 13
CAROLINA 45, Norfolk 35
Charleston 59, JACKSONVILLE 51
LOUISVILLE 56, Lafayette 33 
Tenn Valley 56, PEORIA 16
SATURDAY MAY 26
RICHMOND 42, Tallahassee 38
QUAD CITY 60, Arkansas 32
Birmingham 50, LINCOLN 49
Pensacola 51, COLUMBUS 40

















WEEK ONE (Bye Week - Arizona)
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 9
Carolina 24, MINNESOTA 13
BALTIMORE 17, Chicago 6
Indianapolis 45, NY JETS 24
CINCINNATI 23, New England 17
GREEN BAY 28, Detroit 6
New Orleans 24, BUFFALO 6
Oakland 27, KANSAS CITY 24
JACKSONVILLE 21, Pittsburgh 3
Tampa Bay 10, DALLAS 6
SAN FRANCISCO 16, Atlanta 13 (OT)
Seattle 9, CLEVELAND 6
St. Louis 20, PHILADELPHIA 17 (OT) 
SAN DIEGO 30, Washington 3
Miami 31, TENNESSEE 23
MONDAY SEPTEMBER 10
DENVER 31, NY Giants 20
AFC EASTERN DIVISION          NFC EASTERN DIVISION
Miami          1  0 0  31  23 Arizona        0  0 0   0   0
Indianapolis   1  0 0  45  24 Washington     0  1 0   3  30
NY Jets        0  1 0  24  45 Philadelphia   0  1 0  17  20
Buffalo        0  1 0   6  24 Dallas         0  1 0   6  10
New England    0  1 0  17  23 NY Giants      0  1 0  20  31
AFC CENTRAL DIVISION          NFC CENTRAL DIVISION
Jacksonville   1  0 0  21   3 Tampa Bay      1  0 0  10   6
Baltimore      1  0 0  17   6 GREEN BAY      1  0 0  28   6
Cincinnati     1  0 0  23  17 Detroit        0  1 0   6  28
Tennessee      0  1 0  23  31 Chicago        0  1 0   6  17
Pittsburgh     0  1 0   3  21 Minnesota      0  1 0  13  24
Cleveland      0  1 0   6   9 NFC WESTERN DIVISION
AFC WESTERN DIVISION          St. Louis      1  0 0  20  17
Oakland        1  0 0  27  24 Carolina       1  0 0  24  13
Denver         1  0 0  31  20 New Orleans    1  0 0  24   6
San Diego      1  0 0  30   3 San Francisco  1  0 0  16  13
Seattle        1  0 0   9   6 Atlanta        0  1 0  13  16
Kansas City    0  1 0  24  27
WEEK TWO (Bye - New Orleans, Pittsburgh, Tampa Bay)
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 23
CINCINNATI 21, Baltimore 10
INDIANAPOLIS 42, Buffalo 26
NY Giants 13, KANSAS CITY 3
ATLANTA 24, Carolina 16
CLEVELAND 24, Detroit 14
CHICAGO 17, Minnesota 10
MIAMI 18, Oakland 15
San Diego 32, DALLAS 21
St. Louis 30, SAN FRANCISCO 26
JACKSONVILLE 13, Tennessee 6
NY Jets 10, NEW ENGLAND 3
Philadelphia 27, SEATTLE 3
Denver 38, ARIZONA 17
MONDAY SEPTEMBER 24
GREEN BAY 37, Washington 0
AFC EASTERN DIVISION           NFC EASTERN DIVISION
Miami          2  0 0  49  38 Philadelphia   1  1 0  30  33
Indianapolis   2  0 0  87  50 NY Giants      1  1 0  33  34
NY Jets        1  1 0  34  48 Arizona        0  1 0  17  38
Buffalo        0  2 0  32  66 Dallas         0  2 0  27  42
New England    0  2 0  20  33 Washington     0  2 0   3  67
AFC CENTRAL DIVISION          NFC CENTRAL DIVISION
Jacksonville   2  0 0  34   9 GREEN BAY      2  0 0  65   6
Cincinnati     2  0 0  44  27 Tampa Bay      1  0 0  10   6
Baltimore      1  1 0  27  27 Chicago        1  1 0  23  27
Cleveland      1  1 0  30  23 Detroit        0  2 0  20  52
Pittsburgh     0  1 0   3  21 Minnesota      0  2 0  23  41
Tennessee      0  2 0  29  44 NFC WESTERN DIVISION
AFC WESTERN DIVISION          St. Louis      2  0 0  50  43
San Diego      2  0 0  62  24 New Orleans    1  0 0  24   6
Denver         2  0 0  69  37 Carolina       1  1 0  40  37
Oakland        1  1 0  42  42 San Francisco  1  1 0  42  43
Seattle        1  1 0  12  33 Atlanta        1  1 0  37  32
Kansas City    0  2 0  27  40 
WEEK THREE (Bye - Chicago, Detroit, Tennessee)
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 30
Green Bay 28, CAROLINA 7
NEW ENGLAND 44, Indianapolis 13
ST. LOUIS 42, Miami 10
NY GIANTS 21, New Orleans 13
Kansas City 45, WASHINGTON 13
Pittsburgh 20, BUFFALO 3
MINNESOTA 20, Tampa Bay 16
Atlanta 34, ARIZONA 14
SAN DIEGO 28, Cincinnati 14
Cleveland 23, JACKSONVILLE 14
Baltimore 20, DENVER 13
OAKLAND 38, Seattle 14
PHILADELPHIA 40, Dallas 18
MONDAY OCTOBER 1
San Francisco 19, NY JETS 17
AFC EASTERN DIVISION          NFC EASTERN DIVISION
Miami          2  1 0  59  80 Philadelphia   2  1 0  70  51
Indianapolis   2  1 0 100  94 NY Giants      2  1 0  54  47
NY Jets        1  2 0  51  67 Arizona        0  2 0  31  72
New England    1  2 0  64  46 Dallas         0  3 0  45  82
Buffalo        0  3 0  35  86 Washington     0  3 0  16 112
AFC CENTRAL DIVISION          NFC CENTRAL DIVISION
Jacksonville   2  1 0  48  32 GREEN BAY      3  0 0  93  13
Cincinnati     2  1 0  58  55 Tampa Bay      1  1 0  26  26
Baltimore      2  1 0  47  40 Chicago        1  1 0  23  27
Cleveland      2  1 0  53  37 Minnesota      1  2 0  43  57
Pittsburgh     1  1 0  23  24 Detroit        0  2 0  20  52
Tennessee      0  2 0  29  44 NFC WESTERN DIVISION
AFC WESTERN DIVISION          St. Louis      3  0 0  92  53
San Diego      3  0 0  90  38 San Francisco  2  1 0  61  60
Denver         2  1 0  82  57 Atlanta        2  1 0  71  46
Oakland        2  1 0  80  56 New Orleans    1  1 0  37  27
Seattle        1  2 0  26  71 Carolina       1  2 0  47  65
Kansas City    1  2 0  72  53 
WEEK FOUR (Bye - Indianapolis)
SUNDAY OCTOBER 7
Arizona 21, PHILADELPHIA 20
Chicago 31, ATLANTA 3
PITTSBURGH 16, Cincinnati 7
NEW ORLEANS 28, Minnesota 15
MIAMI 30, New England 10
CLEVELAND 20, San Diego 16
BALTIMORE 26, Tennessee 7
NY GIANTS 23, Washington 9
TAMPA BAY 14, Green Bay 10
SEATTLE 24, Jacksonville 15
DENVER 20, Kansas City 6
NY Jets 42, BUFFALO 36
OAKLAND 28, Dallas 21
SAN FRANCISCO 24, Carolina 14
MONDAY OCTOBER 8
St. Louis 35, DETROIT 0
AFC EASTERN DIVISION          NFC EASTERN DIVISION
Miami          3  1 0  89  90 NY Giants      3  1 0  77  56
Indianapolis   2  1 0 100  94 Philadelphia   2  2 0  90  72
NY Jets        2  2 0  93 103 Arizona        1  2 0  52  92
New England    1  3 0  74  76 Dallas         0  4 0  66 110
Buffalo        0  4 0  71 128 Washington     0  4 0  25 135
AFC CENTRAL DIVISION          NFC CENTRAL DIVISION
Baltimore      3  1 0  73  47 GREEN BAY      3  1 0 103  27
Cleveland      3  1 0  73  53 Tampa Bay      2  1 0  40  36
Pittsburgh     2  1 0  39  31 Chicago        2  1 0  54  30
Cincinnati     2  2 0  65  71 Minnesota      1  3 0  58  85
Jacksonville   2  2 0  63  56 Detroit        0  3 0  20  87
Tennessee      0  3 0  36  70 NFC WESTERN DIVISION
AFC WESTERN DIVISION          St. Louis      4  0 0 127  53
San Diego      3  1 0 106  58 San Francisco  3  1 0  85  74
Denver         3  1 0 102  63 New Orleans    2  1 0  65  42
Oakland        3  1 0 108  77 Atlanta        2  2 0  74  77
Seattle        2  2 0  50  86 Carolina       1  3 0  61  89
Kansas City    1  3 0  78  73 
WEEK FIVE (Bye - Buffalo, Jacksonville, Philadelphia)
SUNDAY OCTOBER 14
CHICAGO 20, Arizona 13
GREEN BAY 31, Baltimore 23
MINNESOTA 31, Detroit 26
New Orleans 27, CAROLINA 25
CINCINNATI 24, Cleveland 14
ST. LOUIS 15, NY Giants 14
Pittsburgh 20, KANSAS CITY 17
NEW ENGLAND 29, San Diego 26
TENNESSEE 31, Tampa Bay 28 (OT)
SEATTLE 34, Denver 21
San Francisco 37, ATLANTA 31 (OT)
NY JETS 21, Miami 17
Oakland 23, INDIANAPOLIS 18
MONDAY OCTOBER 15
DALLAS 9, Washington 7
AFC EASTERN DIVISION          NFC EASTERN DIVISION
Miami          3  2 0 106 111 NY Giants      3  2 0  91  71
NY Jets        3  2 0 114 120 Philadelphia   2  2 0  90  72
Indianapolis   2  2 0 118 117 Arizona        1  3 0  65 112
New England    2  3 0 103 102 Dallas         1  4 0  75 117
Buffalo        0  4 0  71 128 Washington     0  5 0  32 144
AFC CENTRAL DIVISION          NFC CENTRAL DIVISION
Pittsburgh     3  1 0  59  48 GREEN BAY      4  1 0 134  50
Cleveland      3  2 0  87  77 Chicago        3  1 0  74  43
Baltimore      3  2 0  96  78 Tampa Bay      2  2 0  68  67
Cincinnati     3  2 0  89  85 Minnesota      2  3 0  89 111
Jacksonville   2  2 0  63  56 Detroit        0  4 0  46 118
Tennessee      1  3 0  67  98 NFC WESTERN DIVISION
AFC WESTERN DIVISION          St. Louis      5  0 0 142  67 
Oakland        4  1 0 131  95 San Francisco  4  1 0 122 105
Denver         3  2 0 123  97 New Orleans    3  1 0  92  67
San Diego      3  2 0 132  87 Atlanta        2  3 0 105 114
Seattle        3  2 0  84 107 Carolina       1  4 0  86 116
Kansas City    1  4 0  95  93 
WEEK SIX (Bye - Dallas, Miami, Oakland, San Fran, Seattle)
THURSDAY OCTOBER 18
Buffalo 13, JACKSONVILLE 10
SUNDAY OCTOBER 21
Atlanta 20, NEW ORLEANS 13
CLEVELAND 24, Baltimore 14
WASHINGTON 17, Carolina 14 (OT)
Chicago 24, CINCINNATI 0
New England 38, INDIANAPOLIS 17
Pittsburgh 17, TAMPA BAY 10
St. Louis 34, NY JETS 14
Tennessee 27, DETROIT 24
SAN DIEGO 27, Denver 10
MINNESOTA 35, Green Bay 13
ARIZONA 24, Kansas City 16
MONDAY OCTOBER 22
Philadelphia 10, NY GIANTS 9
AFC EASTERN DIVISION          NFC EASTERN DIVISION
Miami          3  2 0 106 111 Philadelphia   3  2 0 100  81
NY Jets        3  3 0 128 154 NY Giants      3  3 0 100  81
New England    3  3 0 141 119 Arizona        2  3 0  89 128
Indianapolis   2  3 0 135 155 Dallas         1  4 0  75 117
Buffalo        1  4 0  84 138 Washington     1  5 0  49 158
AFC CENTRAL DIVISION          NFC CENTRAL DIVISION
Pittsburgh     4  1 0  76  58 Chicago        4  1 0  98  43
Cleveland      4  2 0 111  91 GREEN BAY      4  2 0 147  85
Baltimore      3  3 0 110 102 Minnesota      3  3 0 124 124
Cincinnati     3  3 0  89 109 Tampa Bay      2  3 0  78  84
Jacksonville   2  3 0  73  69 Detroit        0  5 0  70 145
Tennessee      2  3 0  94 122 NFC WESTERN DIVISION
AFC WESTERN DIVISION          St. Louis      6  0 0 176  81
Oakland        4  1 0 131  95 San Francisco  4  1 0 122 105
San Diego      4  2 0 159  97 New Orleans    3  2 0 105  87
Seattle        3  2 0  84 107 Atlanta        3  3 0 125 127
Denver         3  3 0 133 124 Carolina       1  5 0 100 133
Kansas City    1  5 0 111 117 
WEEK SEVEN (Bye - Atlanta, Cleveland, GREEN BAY)
THURSDAY OCTOBER 25
Indianapolis 35, KANSAS CITY 28
SUNDAY OCTOBER 28
Cincinnati 31, DETROIT 27
BALTIMORE 18, Jacksonville 17
New Orleans 34, ST. LOUIS 31
CHICAGO 37, San Francisco 31 (OT)
TAMPA BAY 41, Minnesota 14
NY Jets 13, CAROLINA 12
DALLAS 17, Arizona 3
SAN DIEGO 27, Buffalo 24
DENVER 31, New England 20
Oakland 20, PHILADELPHIA 10
Miami 24, SEATTLE 20
WASHINGTON 35, NY Giants 21
MONDAY OCTOBER 29
PITTSBURGH 34, Tennessee 7
AFC EASTERN DIVISION          NFC EASTERN DIVISION
Miami          4  2 0 130 131 Philadelphia   3  3 0 110 101
NY Jets        4  3 0 141 166 NY Giants      3  4 0 121 116
Indianapolis   3  3 0 170 183 Arizona        2  4 0  92 145
New England    3  4 0 161 150 Dallas         2  4 0  92 120
Buffalo        1  5 0 108 165 Washington     2  5 0  84 179
AFC CENTRAL DIVISION          NFC CENTRAL DIVISION
Pittsburgh     5  1 0 110  65 Chicago        5  1 0 135  74
Cleveland      4  2 0 111  91 GREEN BAY      4  2 0 147  85
Baltimore      4  3 0 128 119 Tampa Bay      3  3 0 119  98
Cincinnati     4  3 0 120 136 Minnesota      3  4 0 138 165
Jacksonville   2  4 0  90  87 Detroit        0  6 0  97 176
Tennessee      2  4 0 101 156 NFC WESTERN DIVISION
AFC WESTERN DIVISION          St. Louis      6  1 0 207 115
Oakland        5  1 0 151 105 San Francisco  4  2 0 153 142
San Diego      5  2 0 186 121 New Orleans    4  2 0 139 118
Denver         4  3 0 164 144 Atlanta        3  3 0 125 127
Seattle        3  3 0 104 131 Carolina       1  6 0 112 146
Kansas City    1  6 0 139 152 
WEEK EIGHT (Bye - Cincinnati, Minnesota, St. Louis)
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 4
Baltimore 13, PITTSBURGH 10
MIAMI 23, Carolina 6
Indianapolis 30, BUFFALO 14
TENNESSEE 28, Jacksonville 24
NY GIANTS 27, Dallas 24 (OT)
New England 24, ATLANTA 10
GREEN BAY 21, Tampa Bay 20
CHICAGO 27, Cleveland 21 (OT)
Kansas City 25, SAN DIEGO 20
Philadelphia 21, ARIZONA 7
SAN FRANCISCO 21, Detroit 13
WASHINGTON 27, Seattle 14
NY Jets 16, NEW ORLEANS 9
MONDAY NOVEMBER 5
OAKLAND 38, Denver 28
AFC EASTERN DIVISION          NFC EASTERN DIVISION
Miami          5  2 0 153 137 Philadelphia   4  3 0 131 108
NY Jets        5  3 0 157 175 NY Giants      4  4 0 148 140
Indianapolis   4  3 0 200 197 Washington     3  5 0 111 193
New England    4  4 0 185 160 Dallas         2  5 0 116 147
Buffalo        1  6 0 122 195 Arizona        2  5 0  99 166
AFC CENTRAL DIVISION          NFC CENTRAL DIVISION
Pittsburgh     5  2 0 120  78 Chicago        6  1 0 162  95
Baltimore      5  3 0 141 129 GREEN BAY      5  2 0 168 105
Cleveland      4  3 0 132 118 Tampa Bay      3  4 0 139 119
Cincinnati     4  3 0 120 136 Minnesota      3  4 0 138 165
Tennessee      3  4 0 129 180 Detroit        0  7 0 110 197
Jacksonville   2  5 0 114 115 NFC WESTERN DIVISION
AFC WESTERN DIVISION          St. Louis      6  1 0 207 115
Oakland        6  1 0 189 133 San Francisco  5  2 0 174 155
San Diego      5  3 0 206 146 New Orleans    4  3 0 148 134
Denver         4  4 0 192 182 Atlanta        3  4 0 135 151
Seattle        3  4 0 118 158 Carolina       1  7 0 118 169
Kansas City    2  6 0 164 172
WEEK NINE (Bye - Washington)
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 11
NEW ENGLAND 21, Buffalo 11
ST. LOUIS 48, Carolina 14
JACKSONVILLE 30, Cincinnati 13
ATLANTA 20, Dallas 13
Green Bay 20, CHICAGO 12
NY JETS 27, Kansas City 7
Miami 27, INDIANAPOLIS 24
Pittsburgh 15, CLEVELAND 12 (OT)
WEEK ONE
SATURDAY APRIL 21
SCOTTISH 24, Frankfurt 21 (16341) - A record Claymores crowd saw the home team's 24-7 third-quarter lead nearly lost due to the brilliance of Galaxy quarterback Michael Bishop, who passed for 255 yards and three TDs.
Barcelona 21, BERLIN 14 (8213) - Dragons RB Mike Green rushed for 154 yards and a touchdown as the visiting Spaniards won. Dragons QB Roderick Robinson and Jarious Jackson each produced a touchdown.
RHEIN 24, Amsterdam 20 (31437) - Giovanni Carmazzi threw 2 TD passes as the Fire held off the Spergon Wynn-led Admirals. World Bowl 2000 hero Pepe Pearson scored from 1 yard out for the deciding TD.
Scottish       1  0 0  24  21 Frankfurt      0  1 0  21  24
Barcelona      1  0 0  21  14 Berlin         0  1 0  14  21
Rhein          1  0 0  24  20 Amsterdam      0  1 0  20  24
WEEK TWO
SATURDAY APRIL 28
BARCELONA 24, Rhein 12 (8423) - Dragons CB Anthony Malbrough returned two interceptions for TDs, the first for 75 yards in the third when he picked off Phil Stambaugh and the second a 65-yard interception of Giovanni Carmazzi. 
Berlin 28, FRANKFURT 20 (27298) - Thunder QB Michael Bishop ran for 72 yards on 9 carries, including a 14-yard touchdown run. The Galaxy lost despite rushing for 218 yards.
AMSTERDAM 14, Scotland 10 (12516) - Spurgeon Wynn directed a 98-play drive with the Admirals trailing 10-7 and drilled a 30-yard TD pass to Chris Coleman to grab victory with 1:14 remaining in the game.
Barcelona      2  0 0  45  26 Amsterdam      1  1 0  34  34
Scottish       1  1 0  34  35 Berlin         1  1 0  42  41
Rhein          1  1 0  36  44 Frankfurt      0  2 0  41  52
WEEK THREE
SATURDAY MAY 5
AMSTERDAM 28, Frankfurt 14 (14268) - Admirals defensive end Matt Sweeney sealed the win with 1:53 remaining when he scooped up a Michael Bishop fumble and rumbled 37 yards for the touchdown. 
Barcelona 27, RHEIN 21 (OT) (30984) - With the teams tied at 21-21 late in overtime, Jarious Jackson lofted a 19-yard TD pass to Tony Simmons to end the thrilling contest. Jackson threw for 246 yards and 4 TDs.
SUNDAY MAY 6
SCOTTISH 28, Berlin 21 (10419) -  Clint Stoerner threw for 283 yards and 3 TDs, while Dante Hall had 9 catches for 109 yards and 2 TDs. Trailing 21-20 with 1:16 left, Stoerner and Hall hooked up for the winning 28-yard TD.
Barcelona      3  0 0  72  47 Rhein          1  2 0  57  71
Scottish       2  1 0  62  56 Berlin         1  2 0  63  69
Amsterdam      2  1 0  62  48 Frankfurt      0  3 0  55  80
WEEK FOUR
SATURDAY MAY 12
BARCELONA 31, Amsterdam 14 (9222) - Dragons QB Jarious Jackson, allocated by the Denver Broncos, threw for 252 yards and 2 TDs while RB Mike Green rushed for 194 yards and 2 touchdowns
BERLIN 23, Rhein 17 (9148) - After seeing Manfred Burgsmuller give the Fire a 3-0 lead and break the league's all-time scoring record, Berlin responded thanks to kickers Scott Bentley and Axel Kruse who had three FGs.
FRANKFURT 27, Scottish 17 (33437) - QB Michael Bishop threw for 202 yards and 3 TDs, handing Galaxy head coach Doug Graber his first win. 
Barcelona      4  0 0 103  61 Berlin         2  2 0  86  86
Scottish       2  2 0  79  83 Rhein          1  3 0  74  94
Amsterdam      2  2 0  76  79 Frankfurt      1  3 0  82  97
WEEK FIVE
SATURDAY MAY 19
BERLIN 34, Frankfurt 25 (9359) - Jonathan Quinn threw four TD passes for the Thunder and RB Madre Hill scored on a 60-yard run. The Galaxy lost QBs Michael Bishop (hamstring) and Kevin Thompson (concussion).
AMSTERDAM 33, Barcelona 13 (11873) - Spencer George rushed for 133 yards and 2 TDs, while the Admirals defense recorded nine sacks, inlcuding a hat-trick of quarterback takedowns by DE Roshaun Matthews. 
Amsterdam      2  1 0  62  48 Frankfurt      0  3 0  55  80
SUNDAY MAY 20
RHEIN 10, Scottish 3 (30211) - Rhein Fire ended a three-game losing streak. as a first quarter TD run by Pepe Pearson and five Claymores turnovers proved to be the difference as the Fire got back into World Bowl contention.
Barcelona      4  1 0 116  94 Scottish       2  3 0  82  93
Berlin         3  2 0 120 111 Rhein          2  3 0  84  97


































FRANCHISES - Birmingham Bolts, Chicago Enforcers, Las Vegas Outlaws, Los Angeles Xtreme, Memphis Maniax, New York - New Jersey Hitmen, Orlando Rage, San Francisco Demons
WEEK ONE
SATURDAY FEBRUARY 3
LAS VEGAS 19, NY-New Jersey 0 (30389) - The Outlaws won behind QB Ryan Clement, who threw for 188 yards and two TDs. 
ORLANDO 33, Chicago 29 (36503) - Demons QB Jeff Brohm hooked up on a 51-yard bomb with WR Kevin Swayne for the first TD in XFL history. Brohm went on to throw for 217 yards and four TDs, including three to Dialleo Burks.
SUNDAY FEBRUARY 4
Memphis 22, BIRMINGHAM 20 (35321) - Former Heisman Trophy winner Rashaan Salaam rushed for 154 yards and two TDs to lead the Maniax to a 19-0 lead. Memphis recovered an onside kick with 22 seconds left.
SAN FRAN 15, Los Angeles 13 (38253) - Demons K Mike Panasuk kicked a last second 33-yard FG for the win. QB Mike Pawlawski passed for 288 yards and two TDs, and led the team 57 yards to set up the game-winning FG.
EASTERN DIVISION              WESTERN DIVISION
Orlando        1  0 0  33  29 Las Vegas      1  0 0  19   0
Birmingham     0  1 0  20  22 Memphis        1  0 0  22  20
Chicago        0  1 0  29  33 San Francisco  1  0 0  15  13
NY-NJ          0  1 0   0  19 Los Angeles    0  1 0  13  15
WEEK TWO
SATURDAY FEBRUARY 10
LOS ANG 39, Chicago 32 (2OT) (35813) - Tommy Maddox threw for 412 yards and four TDs to lead the Xtreme, while WR Jermaine Copeland had 17 receptions for 190 yards and one touchdown. 
ORLANDO 26, San Francisco 14 (25049) - Jeff Brohm completed 10 of 21for 161 yards and one TD to pace Orlando, while Mike Pawlawski was 36-of-52 for 294 yards and two TDs for the Demons, which was hurt by 13 penalties.
SUNDAY FEBRUARY 11
Birmingham 19, NY-NEW JERSEY 6 (36458) - Freezing temperatures and a strong wind made it feel like 6 degrees. Only 5,000 fans were left as Charles Puleri's fourth-and-14 pass from the Birmingham 19 fell incomplete.
LAS VEGAS 25, Memphis 3 (30117) - Jason Kaiser and Kurt Gouveia scored on long fumble returns and Las Vegas' defense also set up a FG. Kaiser had an 80-yard return in the 2nd quarter, and Gouveia had a 100-yarder.
EASTERN DIVISION              WESTERN DIVISION
Orlando        2  0 0  59  43 Las Vegas      2  0 0  44   3
Birmingham     1  1 0  39  28 Los Angeles    1  1 0  52  47
Chicago        0  2 0  61  72 Memphis        1  1 0  25  45
NY-NJ          0  2 0   6  38 San Francisco  1  1 0  29  39
WEEK THREE
SATURDAY FEBRUARY 17
Los Angeles 12, LAS VEGAS 9 (26135) - Jose Cortez kicked a 48-yard FG as time expired for the win. Cortez also connected from 45, 44 and 36 yards. Los Angeles had seven sacks and limited Las Vegas to 140 yards.
San Francisco 13, MEMPHIS 6 (17063) - Demons QB Mike Pawlawski threw two second-half TD passes to Terry Battle. Pawlawski hit Battle on passes of 9 and 24 yards as San Francisco overcame a 6-0 halftime deficit.
SUNDAY FEBRUARY 18
BIRMINGHAM 14, Chicago 3 (17582) - Duane Butler scored on a 98-yard interception return with less than two minutes to lead the Bolts. The interception was the third turnover by Chicago.
Orlando 18, NY-NEW JERSEY 12 (25626) - The Rage rallied to move to 3-0 and keep the Hitmen winless. QB Jeff Brohm scrambled 33 yards down the middle, juking three defenders on his way to the winning TD with 2:33 to go.
EASTERN DIVISION              WESTERN DIVISION
Orlando        3  0 0  77  55 Las Vegas      2  1 0  53  15
Birmingham     2  1 0  53  31 Los Angeles    2  1 0  64  56
Chicago        0  3 0  64  86 San Francisco  2  1 0  42  45
NY-NJ          0  3 0  18  56 Memphis        1  2 0  31  58
WEEK FOUR
SATURDAY FEBRUARY 24
NY-New Jersey 13, CHICAGO 0 (14856) - Joe Aska, activated from the practice squad for the game, scored on a 1-yard run with 2:47 left in the third for the only TD. The game was played in temperatures in the 30s and rain.
ORLANDO 13, Birmingham 6 (21947) - DE Bill Duff scored on a 48-yard fumble return as the Rage went to 4-0. Duff picked up Casey Weldon's fumble and ran to paydirt to give Orlando a 14-0 lead in the 2nd quarter.
SUNDAY FEBRUARY 25
Las Vegas 16, SAN FRANCISCO 9 (34737) - Mark Grieb, who signed with the Outlaws on Monday, threw a 41-yard TD pass to Mike Furrey to lead Las Vegas. Grieb completed 11 of 23 passes for 105 yards and a score.
Memphis 18, LOS ANGELES 12 (18341) - Rashaan Salaam splashed his way to 122 yards and a TD as the Maniax won in a downpour. The game had 11 fumbles, eight by Memphis and three by the Xtreme. Both teams lost two.
EASTERN DIVISION              WESTERN DIVISION
Orlando        4  0 0  90  61 Las Vegas      3  1 0  69  24
Birmingham     2  2 0  59  44 Los Angeles    2  2 0  76  74
NY-NJ          1  3 0  31  56 Memphis        2  2 0  49  70
Chicago        0  4 0  64  99 San Francisco  2  2 0  51  61
WEEK FIVE
SATURDAY MARCH 3
Los Angeles 22, NY-NEW JER 7 (27479) - Tommy Maddox threw two TD passes and Juan Cortez kicked three FGs to lead the Xtreme. Maddox was 23-of-37 for 287 yards. The Hitmen dropped to 0-3 at home.
SAN FRAN 39, Birmingham 10 (33403) - Pat Barnes threw two TD passes and Juan Johnson rushed for 99 yards as the Demons won in a steady rain. Barnes led San Francisco to three quick touchdowns in the first half. 
SUNDAY MARCH 4
CHICAGO 15, Las Vegas 13 (15281) - LeShon Johnson scored on a 2-yard run with 19 seconds left as the Enforcers snapped a four-game losing streak. Johnson's touchdown capped an eight-play, 82-yard drive. 
Orlando 21, MEMPHIS 19 (16176) - Backup QB Brian Kuklick threw for 207 yards and a TD and Jay Taylor kicked a go-ahead FG in the fourth quarter to keep the Rage perfect, while Memphis has lost all three of its home games. 
MOVING: Albany Firebirds to Indiana. Iowa Barnstormers to New York Dragons. New England Sea Wolves to Toronto Phantoms CHANGING NAMES: New Jersey Red Dogs become Gladiators ADDED: Chicago Rush and Detroit Fury
WEEK ONE (Bye Week - Arizona, Chicago, Detroit, Milwaukee, New York)
FRIDAY APRIL 13
NASHVILLE 50, Orlando 25 (9368) - Tyronne Jones caught six passes for 100 yards and Andy Kelly passed for four TDs to lead Nashville in a rematch of last season's Arena Bowl. 
SATURDAY APRIL 14
Buffalo 61, TORONTO 54 (10023) - Jim Kubiak connected with Eddie
Brown for a 22-yard TD reception with 60 seconds remaining as Buffalo came from behind to beat the Phantoms in Toronto's first-ever game.
Gr Rapids 60, INDIANA 59 (OT) (11379) - Clint Dolezel threw a six-yard TD pass to Ricky Ross and then hit Deon Mitchell for the two-point conversion to give the Rampage the win after Indiana scored 29 points in the fourth.
TAMPA BAY 63, Florida 41 (10123) - John Kaleo threw seven TD passes to lead the Storm, as he completed 18-of-27 passes including a 40-yard TD to Bernard Edwards in the 1st quarter. Edwards finished with three TDs.
Carolina 52, NEW JERSEY 21 (3542) - Fred McNair tossed six TD passes and Carl Bond scored four times to lead the Cobras. McNair completed 26-of-31 passes for 254 yards and no interceptions.
OKLAHOMA 38, Houston 28 (6713) - Wranglers QB Ron Lopez threw two TD passes and Bobby McGowens returned an interception for a TD. Lopez threw a 12-yard TD to Anton Chandler late in the game to clinch the win.
SAN JOSE 52, Los Angeles 30 (13803) - Barry Wagner had 186 all-purpose yards and John Dutton threw four TD passes to lead San Jose. Wagner caught four passes for 68 yards and two TDs.
AMERICAN-CENTRAL              NATIONAL-SOUTH
Grand Rapids   1  0 0  60  59 Nashville      1  0 0  50  25
Chicago        0  0 0   0   0 Tampa Bay      1  0 0  63  41
Detroit        0  0 0   0   0 Florida        0  1 0  41  63
MILWAUKEE      0  0 0   0   0 Orlando        0  1 0  25  50
Indiana        0  1 0  59  60 NATIONAL-NORTH
AMERICAN-WEST                 Buffalo        1  0 0  61  54
Oklahoma       1  0 0  38  28 Carolina       1  0 0  52  21
San Jose       1  0 0  52  30 New York       0  0 0   0   0
Arizona        0  0 0   0   0 New Jersey     0  1 0  21  52
Houston        0  1 0  28  38 Toronto        0  1 0  54  61
Los Angeles    0  1 0  30  52
WEEK TWO (Bye - Grand Rapids)
THURSDAY APRIL 19
Houston 58, LOS ANGELES 48
Indiana 38, MILWAUKEE 6
FRIDAY APRIL 20
Florida 38, ORLANDO 25
CAROLINA 79, Detroit 52
BUFFALO 39, New Jersey 28
SATURDAY APRIL 21
Toronto 68, NEW YORK 58
TAMPA BAY 45, Nashville 40
OKLAHOMA 45, Chicago 44
SAN JOSE 48, Arizona 37
AMERICAN-CENTRAL              NATIONAL-SOUTH
Grand Rapids   1  0 0  60  59 Tampa Bay      2  0 0 108  81
Indiana        1  1 0  97  66 Florida        1  1 0  79  88
Chicago        0  1 0  44  45 Nashville      1  1 0  90  70
Detroit        0  1 0  52  79 Orlando        0  2 0  50  88
MILWAUKEE      0  1 0   6  38 NATIONAL-NORTH
AMERICAN-WEST                 Buffalo        2  0 0 100  82
Oklahoma       2  0 0  83  72 Carolina       2  0 0 131  73
San Jose       2  0 0 100  67 Toronto        1  1 0 112 119
Houston        1  1 0  86  86 New York       0  1 0  58  68
Arizona        0  1 0  37  48 New Jersey     0  2 0  49  91
Los Angeles    0  2 0  78 110
WEEK THREE (Bye - Tampa Bay)
THURSDAY APRIL 27
NEW YORK 70, Buffalo 58
INDIANA 66, Orlando 50
Toronto 28, NEW JERSEY 25
ARIZONA 49, Los Angeles 21
SATURDAY APRIL 28
DETROIT 50, Oklahoma 42
Nashville 46, FLORIDA 28
CHICAGO 41, Carolina 38
San Jose 62, Houston 57 @ Huntington, WV
SUNDAY APRIL 29
GRAND RAPIDS 50, Milwaukee 42
AMERICAN-CENTRAL              NATIONAL-SOUTH
Grand Rapids   2  0 0 110 101 Tampa Bay      2  0 0 108  81
Indiana        2  1 0 163 116 Nashville      2  1 0 136  98
Chicago        1  1 0  85  83 Florida        1  2 0 107 134
Detroit        1  1 0 102 121 Orlando        0  3 0 100 154
MILWAUKEE      0  2 0  48  88 NATIONAL-NORTH
AMERICAN-WEST                 Buffalo        2  1 0 158 152
San Jose       3  0 0 162 124 Carolina       2  1 0 169 114
Oklahoma       2  1 0 125 122 Toronto        2  1 0 140 144
Arizona        1  1 0  86  69 New York       1  1 0 128 126
Houston        1  2 0 143 148 New Jersey     0  3 0  74 119
Los Angeles    0  3 0  99 159
WEEK FOUR (Bye - Orlando)
THURSDAY MAY 3
FLORIDA 61, Los Angeles 53
NASHVILLE 38, New Jersey 28
FRIDAY MAY 4
CAROLINA 59, Buffalo 57
Tampa Bay 66, MILWAUKEE 47
SATURDAY MAY 5
Grand Rapids 62, TORONTO 45
INDIANA 85, New York 73
ARIZONA 53, Houston 38
SAN JOSE 73, Oklahoma 17
SUNDAY MAY 6
DETROIT 49, Chicago 39
AMERICAN-CENTRAL              NATIONAL-SOUTH
Grand Rapids   3  0 0 172 146 Tampa Bay      3  0 0 174 128
Indiana        3  1 0 248 189 Nashville      3  1 0 174 126
Detroit        2  1 0 151 160 Florida        2  2 0 168 187
Chicago        1  2 0 124 132 Orlando        0  3 0 100 154
MILWAUKEE      0  3 0  95 154 NATIONAL-NORTH
AMERICAN-WEST                 Carolina       3  1 0 228 171
San Jose       4  0 0 235 141 Buffalo        2  2 0 215 211
Arizona        2  1 0 139 107 Toronto        2  2 0 185 206
Oklahoma       2  2 0 142 195 New York       1  2 0 201 211
Houston        1  3 0 181 201 New Jersey     0  4 0 102 157
Los Angeles    0  4 0 152 220
WEEK FIVE (Bye - Los Angeles)
FRIDAY MAY 11
GRAND RAPIDS 41, Carolina 38
NEW JERSEY 57, Detroit 20
BUFFALO 56, Florida 48
SATURDAY MAY 12
NEW YORK 62, San Jose 58
TAMPA BAY 70, Toronto 33
CHICAGO 72, Indiana 64
HOUSTON 62, Milwaukee 43 at Madison, WI
Arizona 50, OKLAHOMA 42
SUNDAY MAY 13
ORLANDO 34, Nashville 30
AMERICAN-CENTRAL              NATIONAL-SOUTH
Grand Rapids   4  0 0 213 184 Tampa Bay      4  0 0 244 161
Indiana        3  2 0 312 261 Nashville      3  2 0 204 160
Chicago        2  2 0 216 196 Florida        2  3 0 216 243
Detroit        2  2 0 171 217 Orlando        1  3 0 134 184
MILWAUKEE      0  4 0 138 216 NATIONAL-NORTH
AMERICAN-WEST                 Buffalo        3  2 0 271 259
San Jose       4  1 0 293 203 Carolina       3  2 0 266 212
Arizona        3  1 0 189 149 New York       2  2 0 263 269
Houston        2  3 0 243 244 Toronto        2  3 0 218 276
Oklahoma       2  3 0 184 245 New Jersey     1  4 0 159 177
Los Angeles    0  4 0 152 220
WEEK SIX (Bye - Florida)
FRIDAY MAY 18
CAROLINA 56, New York 48
ORLANDO 58, New Jersey 47
Tampa Bay 41, DETROIT 14
BUFFALO 57, Houston 55
San Jose 69, MILWAUKEE 55
NASHVILLE 64, Los Angeles 27
SATURDAY MAY 19
TORONTO 72, Oklahoma 38
Grand Rapids 54, CHICAGO 52
SUNDAY MAY 20
Indiana 43, ARIZONA 37
AMERICAN-CENTRAL              NATIONAL-SOUTH
Grand Rapids   5  0 0 267 236 Tampa Bay      5  0 0 285 175
Indiana        4  2 0 355 298 Nashville      4  2 0 268 187
Chicago        2  3 0 268 250 Florida        2  3 0 216 243
Detroit        2  3 0 185 258 Orlando        2  3 0 192 231
MILWAUKEE      0  5 0 193 285 NATIONAL-NORTH
AMERICAN-WEST                 Buffalo        4  2 0 328 314
San Jose       5  1 0 362 258 Carolina       4  2 0 322 260
Arizona        3  2 0 226 192 Toronto        3  3 0 290 314
Houston        2  4 0 298 301 New York       2  3 0 311 325
Oklahoma       2  4 0 222 317 New Jersey     1  5 0 206 235
Los Angeles    0  5 0 179 284
WEEK SEVEN (Bye - Carolina)
FRIDAY MAY 25
INDIANA 38, Detroit 35
NEW YORK 71, New Jersey 49
Chicago 69, MILWAUKEE 46
SATURDAY MAY 26
FLORIDA 51, Toronto 44
Nashville 49, HOUSTON 46 @ Bismarck, ND
ARIZONA 50, Buffalo 14
LOS ANGELES 36, Oklahoma 33
Orlando 59, SAN JOSE 35
SUNDAY MAY 27
Tampa Bay 66, GRAND RAPIDS 41
AMERICAN-CENTRAL              NATIONAL-SOUTH
Grand Rapids   5  1 0 308 302 Tampa Bay      6  0 0 351 216
Indiana        5  2 0 393 333 Nashville      5  2 0 317 233
Chicago        3  3 0 337 296 Florida        3  3 0 267 287
Detroit        2  4 0 220 296 Orlando        3  3 0 251 266
MILWAUKEE      0  6 0 239 354 NATIONAL-NORTH
AMERICAN-WEST                 Carolina       4  2 0 322 260
San Jose       5  2 0 397 317 Buffalo        4  3 0 342 364
Arizona        4  2 0 276 206 New York       3  3 0 382 274
Houston        2  5 0 344 350 Toronto        3  4 0 334 365
Oklahoma       2  5 0 255 353 New Jersey     1  6 0 255 306
Los Angeles    1  5 0 215 317
WEEK EIGHT (Bye - Indiana)
FRIDAY JUNE 1
Buffalo 51, NEW JERSEY 31
TAMPA BAY 58, Carolina 51 (OT)
NASHVILLE 51, Florida 41       
SATURDAY JUNE 2
ORLANDO 70, Toronto 22
MOVED - Louisiana Rangers, Mobile Seagulls, Mississippi Fire Cats moved to NIFL ADDED: Trenton Lightning (Folded during season), Tennessee Thundercats (formerly Topeka Knights in IFL), Omaha Beef, St. Louis Renegades FOLDED - Portland Prowlers and Shreveport Bombers
NAME CHANGES - Idaho became Boise Stallions
WEEK ONE
FRIDAY APRIL 13
OMAHA 61, St. Louis 44 (6132) - The Renegades started off well, with QB Corby Jones hitting WR Jerome Hurd for a 35- yard TDpass on the game's first play from scrimmage. But Omaha scored on their first four possessions
TENNESSEE 52, Trenton 25 (2662) - Tennessee QB Sterling Henton went to jail only hours before the opener for failure to pay child support, but Derrick Brown bailed out the team passing for three touchdowns
Omaha          1  0 0  61  44 St. Louis      0  1 0  44  61
Tennessee      1  0 0  52  25 Trenton        0  1 0  25  52
Boise          0  0 0   0   0
WEEK TWO
SATURDAY APRIL 21
BOISE 29, Trenton 12
Tennessee 34, ST. LOUIS 28 (7116) - St. Louis' Keith Turner scored from 5 yards out just 42 seconds into the game. The ThunderCats pulled even on a 7-yard pass from Derek Brown to Roy Stone and went on to the win
Tennessee      2  0 0  86  53 Trenton        0  2 0  37  81
Omaha          1  0 0  61  44 St. Louis      0  2 0  72  95
Boise          1  0 0  29  12 
WEEK THREE
SATURDAY APRIL 28
Omaha 51, TRENTON 41 (5011) - Despite the loss, Lightning QB Bill Ward completed 16 of 22 pass attempts for 162 yards and 4 TDs.
TENNESSEE 42, Boise 29 (2547) - Tennessee, trailing by eight points heading into the fourth quarter, rallied behind QB Derrick Brown's TD passes of 38 and 26 yards to receiver Roy Stone
Tennessee      3  0 0 128  82 St. Louis      0  2 0  72  95
Omaha          2  0 0 112  85 Trenton        0  3 0  78 132
Boise          1  1 0  58  54 
WEEK FOUR
SATURDAY MAY 5
St. Louis 14, TRENTON 13 (4024) - The Renegades played a strong defense and also caught a break when the Lightning failed to convert on four tries at the extra point after scoring early in the fourth quarter
SUNDAY MAY 6
OMAHA 56, Boise 27 (5133) - Omaha RB Clinton Childs scored four touchdowns as the Beef remained perfect
Tennessee      3  0 0 128  82 St. Louis      1  2 0  86 108
Omaha          3  0 0 168 112 Trenton        0  4 0  91 146
Boise          1  2 0  85 110
WEEK FIVE
SATURDAY MAY 12
Omaha 55, ST. LOUIS 47 (4223) - Omaha scored on its opening seven possessions, then hung on. An interception by DB Pat Davis in the closing seconds sealed the second win this season over the Renegades
TENNESSEE 39, Trenton 26 (3400) - The ThunderCats defense had a lot to do with Trenton's demise. Tennessee DB Roland Jackson returned an interception 24 yards for a TD in the first quarter
Tennessee      4  0 0 167 108 St. Louis      1  3 0 133 163
Omaha          4  0 0 223 159 Trenton        0  5 0 117 185
Boise          1  2 0  85 110
WEEK SIX
SATURDAY MAY 19
Tennessee 41, TRENTON 24 - The Tennessee ThunderCats claimed their third victory against the Lightning before the final horn even sounded. A 17-point third-quarter deficit sealed the Trenton fate
BOISE 15, St. Louis 13 - Renegades K Dan O'Donnell booted five FGs, but he missed on fourth-quarter attempts from 46 and 47 yards. The Stallions won a 3-yard TD pass from Troy Gleave to Terry Noice with 5:16 to play
Tennessee      5  0 0 208 132 St. Louis      1  4 0 146 178
Omaha          4  0 0 223 159 Trenton        0  6 0 141 226
Boise          2  2 0 100 123
WEEK SEVEN
SATURDAY MAY 26
Omaha 57, BOISE 34 (1611) - The Beef won on natural grass. The Stallions had not yielded more than 15 points in two previous wins on the grass, which has been installed until the team's new artificial turf arrives
Tennessee 40, ST. LOUIS 23 (5416) - Two TD runsby  Michael Cosey, of 25 and 27 yards, along with Clayton Holmes' 17-yard interception return for another score, helped push the Thundercats to a 31-14 halftime lead
Tennessee      6  0 0 248 155 St. Louis      1  5 0 169 218
Omaha          5  0 0 280 193 Trenton        0  6 0 151 236
Boise          2  3 0 134 180
NOTE: Trenton folded on May 31
WEEK EIGHT
FRIDAY JUNE 1
OMAHA 72, Tennessee 50 (5638) - In a battle of unbeatens, Omaha set a league record for points, as they scored twice in the third and appeared on the verge of breaking the game open, before the T-Cats tried to rally 
Omaha          6  0 0 280 193 Boise          2  3 0 134 180
Tennessee      6  1 0 298 227 St. Louis      1  5 0 169 218
WEEK NINE
SATURDAY JUNE 9
INAUGARAL FRANCHISES: Billings Outlaws - Came over from IFL when it folded Johnstown J Dogs - Played as Johnstown Jackals (IFL) in 2000 Lake Charles Land Sharks - New franchise Louisiana (Alexandria) Rangers - Came over from IPFL Louisiana (Monroe) Bayou Beast - Former IFL franchise which was inactive in 2000 Mississippi Fire Dogs - Came over from IPFL Mobile Seagulls - Came over from IPFL Ohio Valley Greyhounds  - Played as Steel Valley Smash (IFL) in 2000 Rapid City Red Dogs - Played as Black Hills Machine (IFL) in 2000 River Cities (Huntington, WV) LocoMotives - Charter franchise Sioux Falls Storm - Played as Sioux Falls Cobras (IFL) in 2000 Sioux City Bandits - Played as Sioux City Attack (IFL) in 2000 Tri-City (Kearney, NB) Diesel - Charter franchise Tupelo FireAnts - Charter franchise Wyoming (Casper) Cavalry - Came over from IFL Utah (Provo) Express - Charter franchise Yakima Shockwave - Charter franchise Southern Oregon (Medford) Heat - Charter franchise ANNOUNCED, BUT DID NOT PLAY: Pittsburgh Ironmen, Topeka Top Guns
WEEK ONE
WEDNESDAY MARCH 28           
Yakima 27, S. Oregon 21 - QB Jeff Thomas threw a pair of TDs and ran for another, while RB Keith Evans scored one receiving, one rushing. His 3-yard scoring reception in the first quarter was the first touchdown in NIFL history
FRIDAY MARCH 30              
JOHNSTOWN 55, Monroe 40 (1948) - Lamonte Coleman ran for 101 yards and four TDs, while the J-Dog defense held the Beast to -8 yards rushing. Monroe did pass for 211 yards
Wyoming 34, TRI-CITY 9 (3542) - The Diesel received a rude welcome, as the Calvary, led by RB Anthony Simmons, outgained Tri-City 304-118 on offense and allowed the Diesel just less than 50 yards on the ground
SATURDAY MARCH 31 
Rapid City 33, UTAH 21
LOUISIANA 29, River Cities 21 (2430) - On offense, River Cities finished with 6 yards rushing and 70 passing. The Rangers opened a 19-0 lead by halftime, but bakckup QB Sam Duvall rallied the Locos before falling short
ATLANTIC-Southern             PACIFIC-Central
Louisiana      1  0 0  29  21 Rapid City     1  0 0  33  21
Lake Charles   0  0 0   0   0 Wyoming        1  0 0  34   9
Mississippi    0  0 0   0   0 Billings       0  0 0   0   0
Mobile         0  0 0   0   0 Sioux City     0  0 0   0   0
Tupelo         0  0 0   0   0 Sioux Falls    0  0 0   0   0
Monroe         0  1 0  40  55 Tri-City       0  1 0   9  34
ATLANTIC-Eastern              PACIFIC-Western
Johnstown      1  0 0  55  40 Yakima         1  0 0  27  21
Ohio Valley    0  0 0   0   0 S. Oregon      0  1 0  21  27
River Cities   0  1 0  21  29 Utah           0  1 0  21  33
WEEK TWO
FRIDAY APRIL 6                
Lake Charles 25, OHIO VALLEY 22 - The LandSharks used a stifling defense to win their debut. Lake Charles got two TD passes from QB Lance Domec then rode the hot foot of kicker Shonz Lafrenz for four FGs
Utah 30, YAKIMA 18 - The Express recorded their first  win, as Jason Quinn returned a kickoff 50 yards for a TD and returned an interception 40 yards for another score. Fine Unga ran for two TDs for the Express
WYOMING 35, Billings 31
Sioux Falls 42, TRI-CITY 41 (3577)
SATURDAY APRIL 7 
RAPID CITY 54, Sioux City 26
Mississippi 55, LOUISIANA 6 - Derrick Taite and Kenny Causey hooked up for three first-half TDs to lead the Fire Dogs. Mississippi led 38-3 at the half, with the Rangers scoring on a 40-yard FG goal by Shane Barbaro
JOHNSTOWN 54, River Cities 27 (1702) - Lamonte Coleman ran for 91 yards and three TDs as the J-Dogs trailed 7-6, then scored 41 straight points. The defense held the Renegades to -13 yards rushing
ATLANTIC-Southern             PACIFIC-Central
Lake Charles   1  0 0  25  22 Rapid City     2  0 0  88  35
Mississippi    1  0 0  55   6 Wyoming        2  0 0  69  40
Louisiana      1  1 0  35  76 Sioux Falls    1  0 0  42  41
Mobile         0  0 0   0   0 Billings       0  1 0  31  35
Tupelo         0  0 0   0   0 Sioux City     0  1 0  26  54
Monroe         0  1 0  40  55 Tri-City       0  2 0  50  76
ATLANTIC-Eastern              PACIFIC-Western
Johnstown      2  0 0 109  67 Utah           1  1 0  51  51
Ohio Valley    0  1 0  22  25 Yakima         1  1 0  45  51
River Cities   0  2 0  48  83 South Oregon   0  1 0  21  27
WEEK THREE
FRIDAY APRIL 13              
Ohio Valley 49, R.Cities 14  
SATURDAY APRIL 14            
Wyoming 56, Rapid City 50
JOHNSTOWN 64, Tupelo 30 (890) - J-Dog RB Lamonte Coleman continued his tear, as he ran for 85 yards and three TDs, and caught a TD pass from QB Justin Myers
Mississippi 58, MOBILE 42 - The Fire Dogs welcomed the Seagulls and their former head coach and quarterback, John Fourcade, who could not muster his team's defenses against Kenny Causey,  who had three scoring catches
TRI-CITY 49, S. Oregon 3 (3257)
Sioux Falls 52, Billings 26
Yakima 34, Sioux City 28
ATLANTIC-Southern             PACIFIC-Central
Mississippi    2  0 0 113  48 Wyoming        3  0 0 125  90
Lake Charles   1  0 0  25  22 Sioux Falls    2  0 0  94  67
Louisiana      1  1 0  35  76 Rapid City     2  1 0 138  91
Mobile         0  1 0  42  58 Tri-City       1  2 0  99 111
Tupelo         0  1 0  30  64 Billings       0  2 0  57  87
Monroe         0  1 0  40  55 Sioux City     0  2 0  54  88
ATLANTIC-Eastern              PACIFIC-Western
Johnstown      3  0 0 173  97 Yakima         2  1 0  79  79
Ohio Valley    1  1 0  71  39 Utah           1  1 0  51  51
River Cities   0  3 0  62 132 South Oregon   0  2 0  56  76
WEEK FOUR
THURSDAY APRIL 19            
S. Oregon 22, Sioux City 19  
FRIDAY APRIL 20              
BILLINGS 41, Tri-City 19 (6036)
Mobile 66, Tupelo 40
Sioux Falls 45, Wyoming 34
Utah 58, Yakima 42
SATURDAY APRIL 21
Lake Charles 19, RIVER CITIES 18 - The LandSharks were led by Butch Monticello, who blocked a field goal attempt and recovered the ball himself. The LandSharks had to overcome a 16-12 deficit in the third quarter
JOHNSTOWN 40, Ohio Valley 35
Louisiana 56, Monroe 41
MONDAY APRIL 23
MISSISSIPPI 70, Louisiana 21 (1500) - Kevin Heard lit up the Beast for four first-half TDs en route to a win in the Fire Dogs' home opener. The game, it was later learned, doesn't count in league standings
ATLANTIC-Southern             PACIFIC-Central
Mississippi    2  0 0 113  48 Sioux Falls    3  0 0 139 101
Lake Charles   2  0 0  44  40 Wyoming        3  1 0 159 135
Louisiana      2  1 0  91 117 Rapid City     2  1 0 138  91
Mobile         1  1 0 108  98 Billings       1  2 0  98 106
Tupelo         0  2 0  70 130 Tri-City       1  3 0 118 152
Monroe         0  2 0  81 111 Sioux City     0  3 0  73 110
ATLANTIC-Eastern              PACIFIC-Western
Johnstown      4  0 0 213 132 Utah           2  1 0 109  93
Ohio Valley    1  2 0 106  79 Yakima         2  2 0 121 137
River Cities   0  4 0  80 151 South Oregon   1  2 0  78  95
WEEK FIVE
THURSDAY APRIL 26
Tri-City 47, S. OREGON 10 (1469)
FRIDAY APRIL 27              
Sioux Falls 78, UTAH 75 - The Express led 45-42 at halftime, but were overtaken during a wild fourth quarter when Jim Bean rushed for three TDs. Tom Skoog also ran for three TDs for the Storm.
Billings 41, Yakima 35
Louisiana 94, Tupelo 70
Rapid City 27, Sioux City 26
SATURDAY APRIL 28
Mobile 46, Monroe 21
Lake Charles 63, MISSISSIPPI 31 - The Land Sharks scored four times off turnovers. QB Earl Vercher confounded the Fire Dogs with his scrambling ability, while RB Landon Henry, who had 97 yards rushing and five TDs
OHIO VALLEY 36, Johnstown 19
ATLANTIC-Southern             PACIFIC-Central
Lake Charles   3  0 0 107  71 Sioux Falls    4  0 0 217 176
Louisiana      3  1 0 185 187 Rapid City     3  1 0 165 117
Mobile         2  1 0 154 119 Wyoming        3  1 0 159 135
Mississippi    2  1 0 144 111 Billings       2  2 0 139 141
Tupelo         0  3 0 140 224 Tri-City       2  3 0 165 162
Monroe         0  3 0 102 157 Sioux City     0  4 0  99 137
ATLANTIC-Eastern              PACIFIC-Western
Johnstown      4  1 0 232 168 Utah           2  2 0 184 171
Ohio Valley    2  2 0 142  98 Yakima         2  3 0 156 178
River Cities   0  4 0  80 151 S. Oregon      1  3 0  88 142
WEEK SIX
FRIDAY MAY 4                 
Ohio Valley 76, Mobile 13
SIOUX CITY 38, Wyoming 36 (1811)
Yakima 65, S. Oregon 22
Rapid City 42, Billings 23   
SATURDAY MAY 5
Tupelo 43, Monroe 34
MISSISSIPPI 44, Sioux Falls 33 (850) - Fire Dog WR Kenny Causey missed the first half of because of his wedding, then caught one TD and set up two other Mississippi scores
Lake Charles 58, Louisiana 18
JOHNSTOWN 51, River Cities 8 
ATLANTIC-Southern             PACIFIC-Central
Lake Charles   4  0 0 165  89 Rapid City     4  1 0 207 140
Mississippi    3  1 0 188 144 Sioux Falls    4  1 0 230 220
Louisiana      3  2 0 203 245 Wyoming        3  2 0 195 173
Mobile         2  2 0 167 195 Billings       2  3 0 162 183
Tupelo         1  3 0 183 258 Tri-City       2  3 0 165 162
Monroe         0  4 0 136 200 Sioux City     1  4 0 137 173
ATLANTIC-Eastern              PACIFIC-Western
Johnstown      5  1 0 283 171 Utah           2  2 0 184 171
Ohio Valley    3  2 0 218 111 Yakima         3  3 0 221 200
River Cities   0  5 0  88 202 S. Oregon      1  4 0 110 207
WEEK SEVEN
THURSDAY MAY 10              
RAPID CITY 54, Utah 52 - Now known as the Utah Rattlers, the team lost 54-52 as Rapid City scored nine points in the game's final 10.8 seconds. Adam Hicks kicked a 41-yard field goal on the game's final play.
Ohio Valley 45, S. Oregon 26 
FRIDAY MAY 11                
Wyoming 48, Yakima 8
TRI-CITY 50, Billings 43 (2572) - Tri-City K Jeremy Jensen booted a 32-yard field goal with 20 seconds to play and forced a fumble that was run in for a touchdown on the ensuing kickoff to seal the victory.
JOHNSTOWN 69, Louisiana 34 (1897)
SATURDAY MAY 12
Mississippi 41, MONROE 6 - Derrick Taite and Stu Rayburn each accounted for a pair of TDs, with Taite throwing a pair of TD  passes while Rayburn tossed one and ran for a score as well
Mobile 35, Lake Charles 17
Sioux City 31, S. Falls 28
River Cities 33, Tupelo 20
ATLANTIC-Southern             PACIFIC-Central
Lake Charles   4  1 0 182 124 Rapid City     5  1 0 261 192
Mississippi    4  1 0 229 150 Sioux Falls    4  2 0 258 251
Mobile         3  2 0 202 212 Wyoming        4  2 0 243 181
Louisiana      3  3 0 237 314 Tri-City       3  3 0 215 205
Tupelo         1  4 0 203 291 Billings       2  4 0 205 233
Monroe         0  5 0 142 241 Sioux City     2  4 0 168 211
ATLANTIC-Eastern              PACIFIC-Western
Johnstown      6  1 0 352 205 Yakima         3  4 0 229 248
Ohio Valley    4  2 0 263 137 Utah           2  3 0 236 225
River Cities   1  5 0 121 222 S. Oregon      1  5 0 136 252
WEEK EIGHT
THURSDAY MAY 17               
Wyoming 65, S. Oregon 45  
FRIDAY MAY 18                 
Billings 44, Yakima 28
SATURDAY MAY 19               
Rapid City 25, SIOUX FALLS 21 (2642) - The Red Dogs used four Adam Hicks FGs and two key turnovers to overcome the Storm and win their fourth straight.
SIOUX CITY 29, Tri City 27 (1273)
Lake Charles 54, Tupelo 31
Mobile 40, Monroe 36
Mississippi 50, UTAH 32 - Fire Dogs QB Derrick Taite hooked up with Kenny Causey for two TDs. Lamont Woodberry and Kevin Heard each caught one TD, while Taite finished 15-of-25 for 227 yards and four touchdowns
Ohio Valley 34, Riv Cities 27
ATLANTIC-Southern             PACIFIC-Central
Lake Charles   5  1 0 236 155 Rapid City     6  1 0 286 213
Mississippi    5  1 0 279 182 Wyoming        5  2 0 308 226
Mobile         4  2 0 242 248 Sioux Falls    4  3 0 279 276
Louisiana      3  3 0 237 314 Billings       3  4 0 249 261
Tupelo         1  5 0 234 345 Sioux City     3  4 0 197 238
Monroe         0  6 0 178 281 Tri City       3  4 0 242 234
ATLANTIC-Eastern              PACIFIC-Western
Johnstown      6  1 0 352 205 Yakima         3  5 0 257 292
Ohio Valley    5  2 0 297 164 Utah           2  4 0 268 275
River Cities   1  6 0 148 256 S. Oregon      1  6 0 181 317
WEEK NINE
THURSDAY MAY 24              
Utah 43, Southern Oregon 28 (1100) - Utah QB Albert Higgs picked apart the Heat secondary for three TDs, while RB Fine Unga was bowling them over 20 times for 106 yards and three TDs
FRIDAY MAY 25                
Billings 44, Sioux Falls 39
Johnstown 55, RIVER CITIES 33
SATURDAY MAY 26              
Lake Charles 63, Monroe 24
Tupelo 42, Louisiana 41   
Wyoming 56, Sioux City 26
Rapid City 62, TRI CITY 48 (3219)
SUNDAY MAY 27                
MISSISSIPPI 52, Mobile 28 - 
ATLANTIC-Southern             PACIFIC-Central
Lake Charles   6  1 0 299 179 Rapid City     7  1 0 348 261
Mississippi    6  1 0 331 210 Wyoming        6  2 0 364 252
Mobile         4  3 0 270 300 Billings       4  4 0 293 300
Louisiana      3  4 0 278 356 Sioux Falls    4  4 0 318 320
Tupelo         2  5 0 276 386 Sioux City     3  5 0 223 294
Monroe         0  7 0 202 344 Tri City       3  5 0 290 296
ATLANTIC-Eastern              PACIFIC-Western
Johnstown      7  1 0 407 238 Utah           3  4 0 311 303
Ohio Valley    5  2 0 297 164 Yakima         3  5 0 257 292
River Cities   1  7 0 181 311 S. Oregon      1  7 0 209 360
WEEK TEN
THURSDAY MAY 24              
Utah 43, S. OREGON 28 (1100) - The Western Division-leading Rattlers were never seriously threatened, storming to a 16-0 lead. The Rattlers managed leads of 30-7 and 43-17 and totally dominated.
FRIDAY MAY 25                
Billings 44, Sioux Falls 39
Johnstown 55, RIVER CITIES 33
SATURDAY MAY 26              
Lake Charles 63, Monroe 24
Tupelo 42, Louisiana 41
Rapid City 62, Tri City 48
Wyoming 56, Sioux City 26
SUNDAY MAY 27 
Mississippi 52, Mobile 28
ATLANTIC-Southern             PACIFIC-Central
Lake Charles   6  1 0 299 179 Rapid City     7  1 0 348 261
Mississippi    6  1 0 331 210 Wyoming        6  2 0 364 252
Mobile         4  3 0 270 300 Sioux Falls    4  4 0 318 320
Louisiana      3  4 0 278 356 Billings       4  4 0 293 300
Tupelo         2  5 0 276 386 Sioux City     3  5 0 223 294
Monroe         0  7 0 202 344 Tri City       3  5 0 290 296
ATLANTIC-Eastern              PACIFIC-Western
Johnstown      7  1 0 407 238 Utah           3  4 0 311 303
Ohio Valley    5  2 0 297 164 Yakima         3  5 0 257 292
River Cities   1  7 0 181 311 S. Oregon      1  7 0 209 360
WEEK ELEVEN
FRIDAY JUNE 1                
WYOMING 46, Tri City 13
UTAH 52, Southern Oregon 6 - The Rattlers, under new owners, led 13-6 in the second quarter. Utah scored three TDs and a safety before halftime and finished the game with a run of 39 unanswered points. 
TUPELO 63, Monroe 15
Billings 41, SIOUX CITY 40   
SATURDAY JUNE 2
RAPID CITY 44, Sioux Falls 42
LOUISIANA 58, Mobile 30
Mississippi 39, LAKE CHARLES 31
OHIO VALLEY 66, Johnstown 26
ATLANTIC-Southern             PACIFIC-Central
Mississippi  7  1 0  370  241 Rapid City   8  1 0  392  303
Lake Charles 6  2 0  330  218 Wyoming      7  2 0  410  265
Louisiana    4  4 0  336  386 Billings     5  4 0  334  340
Mobile       4  4 0  300  358 Sioux Falls  4  5 0  360  364
Tupelo       3  5 0  339  401 Sioux City   3  6 0  263  335
Monroe       0  8 0  217  407 Tri City     3  6 0  303  342
ATLANTIC-Eastern              PACIFIC-Western
Johnstown    7  2 0  433  304 Utah         4  4 0  363  309
Ohio Valley  6  2 0  363  190 Yakima       3  5 0  257  292
River Cities 1  7 0  181  311 S. Oregon    1  8 0  215  412
WEEK TWELVE
FRIDAY JUNE 8                
BILLINGS 57, Wyoming 29
UTAH 80, Yakima 33 - With QB Albert Higgs firing eight TD passes, the Rattlers blasted the Shockwave. Cory Grow made three TD catches for the Rattlers, who clinched the Western Division title.
TUPELO 56, Lake Charles 39
RAPID CITY 62, Tri City 24   
SATURDAY JUNE 9              
MONROE 45, Louisiana 43
Sioux City 27, SIOUX FALLS 24
JOHNSTOWN 51, Ohio Valley 43
MOBILE 61, S. Oregon 44
MONDAY JUNE 11               
MISSISSIPPI 36, River Cities 12
ATLANTIC-Southern             PACIFIC-Central
Mississippi    8  1 0 406 253 Rapid City     9  1 0 454 327
Lake Charles   6  3 0 369 274 Wyoming        7  3 0 439 322
Mobile         5  4 0 361 402 Billings       6  4 0 391 369
Louisiana      4  5 0 379 431 Sioux City     4  6 0 290 359
Tupelo         4  5 0 395 440 Sioux Falls    4  6 0 384 391
Monroe         1  8 0 262 450 Tri City       3  7 0 327 404
ATLANTIC-Eastern              PACIFIC-Western
Johnstown      8  2 0 484 347 Z-Utah         5  4 0 443 342
Ohio Valley    6  3 0 406 241 Yakima         3  6 0 290 372
River Cities   1  8 0 193 347 S. Oregon      1  9 0 259 473
Z-Clinched Division Title
WEEK THIRTEEN
THURSDAY JUNE 14             
Utah 6, S. OREGON 0 (Forfeit)
FRIDAY JUNE 15               
TUPELO 36, Louisiana 34
River City 46, BILLINGS 43 (OT)
SATURDAY JUNE 16             
MISSISSIPPI 55, Johnstown 38
YAKIMA 53, Wyoming 43
LAKE CHARLES 41, Mobile 22
SIOUX FALLS 58, Monroe 21
OHIO VALLEY 49, Riv Cities 10
TRI CITY 21, Sioux City 0
ATLANTIC-Southern             PACIFIC-Central
Mississippi    9  1 0 461 291 X-Rap.City    10  1 0 500 370
Lake Charles   7  3 0 410 296 Wyoming        7  4 0 482 375
Mobile         5  5 0 383 443 Billings       6  5 0 434 415
Tupelo         5  5 0 431 474 Sioux Falls    5  6 0 442 412
Louisiana      4  6 0 413 467 Sioux City     4  7 0 290 380
Monroe         1  9 0 283 508 Tri City       4  7 0 348 404
ATLANTIC-Eastern              PACIFIC-Western
Johnstown      8  3 0 522 402 Utah           6  4 0 449 342
Ohio Valley    7  3 0 455 251 Yakima         4  6 0 343 415
River Cities   1  9 0 203 396 S. Oregon      1 10 0 259 479
X-Clinched Playoff Berth
WEEK FOURTEEN
THURSDAY JUNE 21             
YAKIMA 44, Billings 37       
FRIDAY JUNE 22               
Mississippi 53, TUPELO 46
TRI CITY 44, Mobile 2        
Johnstown 60, RIVER CITIES 15
SATURDAY JUNE 23     
Utah 61, WYOMING 60 - The Cavalry's kicking problems at the end of the game made the difference in the back-and-forth offensive show.
Ohio Valley 69, MONROE 32    
LAKE CHARLES 50, Louisiana 28
Sioux Falls 23, SIOUX CITY 19
ATLANTIC-Southern             PACIFIC-Central
X-Mississippi 10  1 0 514 337 X-Rapid City  10  1 0 500 370
Lake Charles   8  3 0 460 324 Wyoming        7  5 0 542 436
Mobile         5  6 0 385 487 Billings       6  6 0 471 459
Tupelo         5  6 0 477 527 Sioux Falls    6  6 0 465 431
Louisiana      4  7 0 441 517 Tri City       5  7 0 392 406
Monroe         1 10 0 315 577 Sioux City     4  8 0 309 403
ATLANTIC-Eastern              PACIFIC-Western
X-Johnstown    9  3 0 612 417 Utah           7  4 0 510 402
Ohio Valley    8  3 0 524 283 Yakima         5  6 0 387 452
River Cities   1 10 0 218 456 S. Oregon      1 10 0 259 479
X-Clinched Playoff Berth
WEEK FIFTEEN
THURSDAY JUNE 29             
TUPELO 39, Mobile 19         
SATURDAY JUNE 30             
Rapid City 55, WYOMING 38
Johnstown 69, LOUISIANA 36    
LAKE CHARLES 49, Utah 35 - With the passing game struggling, Byron Allen put on an all-star performance, rushing for 117 yards and six TDs as the LandSharks knocked off the Rattlers.
AKIMA 51, Southern Oregon 6
Mississippi 53, MONROE 46
BILLINGS 49, Sioux City 17
Ohio Valley 63, RIVER CITIES 7  
ATLANTIC-Southern             PACIFIC-Central
X-Mississippi 11  1 0 567 383 Z-Rapid City  11  1 0 555 408
X-Lake Charles 9  3 0 509 359 Billings       7  6 0 520 476
Tupelo         6  6 0 516 546 Wyoming        7  6 0 580 491
Mobile         5  7 0 404 526 Sioux Falls    6  6 0 465 431
Louisiana      4  8 0 477 586 Tri City       5  7 0 392 406
Monroe         1 11 0 361 630 Sioux City     4  9 0 326 452
ATLANTIC-Eastern                    PACIFIC-Western
X-Johnstown   10  3 0 681 453 Utah           7  5 0 545 451
X-Ohio Valley  9  3 0 587 290 Yakima         6  6 0 438 458
River Cities   1 11 0 225 519 S. Oregon      1 11 0 265 530
Z-Clinched Division Title     X-Clinched Playoff Berth 
WEEK SIXTEEN
THURSDAY JULY 5              
RAPID CITY 44, Billings 37            
FRIDAY JULY 6                
OHIO VALLEY 43, Johnstown 35
Wyoming 48, SIOUX FALLS 47   
Utah 44, YAKIMA 41
SATURDAY JULY 7
Tri City 28, SIOUX CITY 21
TUPELO 49, Monroe 35
MISSISSIPPI 56, Louisiana 29 (2237)
LAKE CHARLES 48, Riv Cities 18
ATLANTIC-Southern             PACIFIC-Central
Z-Mississippi 12  1 0 623 412 Z-Rapid City  12  1 0 599 445
X-L. Charles  10  3 0 557 377 X-Wyoming      8  6 0 628 538
Tupelo         7  6 0 565 581 Billings       7  7 0 557 520
Mobile         5  7 0 404 526 Sioux Falls    6  7 0 512 479
Louisiana      4  9 0 506 642 Tri City       6  7 0 420 427
Monroe         1 12 0 396 679 Sioux City     4 10 0 347 480
ATLANTIC-Eastern              PACIFIC-Western
X-Ohio Valley 10  3 0 630 325 Z-Utah         8  5 0 572 492
X-Johnstown   10  4 0 716 496 Yakima         6  7 0 479 502
River Cities   1 12 0 243 567 S. Oregon      1 11 0 265 530
Z-Clinched Division Title     X-Clinched Playoff Berth 
WEEK SEVENTEEN
THURSDAY JULY 12             
RAPID CITY 108, S. Oregon 3  
SATURDAY JULY 14             
Ohio Valley 27, RIV CITIES 3
Lake Charles 55, MONROE 46   
MISSISSIPPI 50, Tupelo 17 (3012)
SIOUX FALLS 32, Tri City 30
Louisiana 6, MOBILE 0 *
Yakima at Utah **
* - Forfeit
** - Forfeit for both teams
ATLANTIC-Southern             PACIFIC-Central
Z-Mississippi 13  1 0 673 425 Z-Rapid City  13  1 0 706 440
X-L.Charles   11  3 0 612 423 X-Wyoming      8  6 0 632 538
Tupelo         7  7 0 582 631 X-Sioux Falls  7  7 0 564 509

Mobile         5  8 0 404 532 Billings       7  7 0 557 522
Louisiana      5  9 0 512 642 Tri City       6  8 0 450 459
Monroe         1 13 0 442 734 Sioux City     4 10 0 347 470
ATLANTIC-Eastern              PACIFIC-Western
Z-Ohio Valley 11  3 0 657 328 Z-Utah         8  6 0 585 492
X-Johnstown   10  4 0 686 501 Yakima         6  8 0 479 502
River Cities   1 13 0 246 594 S. Oregon      1 12 0 268 642
Z-Clinched Division Title     X-Clinched Playoff Berth
2001 NIFL PLAYOFFS - CONFERENCE SEMI-FINALS
Friday July 20 - Sioux Falls (7-7) 40, RAPID CITY (13-1) 25
Fri July 20 - WYOMING (8-6) 48, Utah (8-6) 20 - Even though the Rattlers were the higher-seeded team, the game was moved to Casper in hopes of drawing a bigger crowd.
Saturday July 21 - OHIO VALLEY (11-3) 53, Lake Charles (11-3) 9
Saturday July 21 - MISSISSIPPI (13-1) 42, Johnstown (10-4) 27
CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS
Thursday July 26 - WYOMING (9-6) 37, Sioux Falls (8-7) 31
Saturday July 28 - MISSISSIPPI (14-1) 40, Ohio Valley (12-3) 35
INDOOR BOWL I  (Saturday August 4, 2001 at Mississippi - 4325)
MISSISSIPPI FIRE DOGS (15-1) 55, WYOMING CALVARY (10-6) 21
EASTERN DIVISION              WESTERN DIVISION
Orlando        5  0 0 111  80 Las Vegas      3  2 0  82  39
Birmingham     2  3 0  69  83 Los Angeles    3  2 0  98  81
Chicago        1  4 0  79 112 San Francisco  3  2 0  90  71
NY-N Jersey    1  4 0  38  78 Memphis        2  3 0  68  91
WEEK SIX
SATURDAY MARCH 10
ORLANDO 27, Las Vegas 15 (24677) - Jeff Brohm threw for 235 yards and two TDs as Orlando closed in on a playoff berth. The Rage took the lead for good on Brohm's 16-yard TD pass to Kevin Swayne.
MEMPHIS 29, Chicago 23 (17434) - Jim Druckenmiller threw a 26-yard TD pass to Daryl Hobbs with 20 seconds left to give Memphis the win. The TD pass, Druckenmiller's third of the night, capped a 413-yard passing night.
SUNDAY MARCH 11
NY-New Jersey 20, SAN FRAN 12 (33552) - Joe Aska put the finishing touches on his team's victory with a 2-yard TD dive late in the fourth quarter as the Hitmen recorded four sacks of the Demons' Pat Barnes.
Los Angeles 35, BIRMINGHAM 26 (11197) - Saladin McCullough rushed for 124 yards and scored two TDs as the Xtreme took over first place in the West. LA QB Tommy Maddox threw for 240 yards and three TDs.
EASTERN DIVISION              WESTERN DIVISION
Orlando        6  0 0 138  95 Los Angeles    4  2 0 133 107
Birmingham     2  4 0  95 118 Las Vegas      3  3 0  97  66
NY-New Jersey  2  4 0  58  90 Memphis        3  3 0  97 114
Chicago        1  5 0 102 141 San Francisco  3  3 0 102  91
WEEK SEVEN
SATURDAY MARCH 17
NY-NEW JERSEY 16, Memphis 15 (15781) - Hitmen QB Wally Richardson threw a 1-yard TD pass to Zola Davis with nine seconds left. It was the second TD for Richardson and Davis, after Memphis had taken a 15-3 lead. 
LAS VEGAS 34, Birmingham 12 (23558) - Ryan Clement led Las Vegas to 22 straight points, and the Outlaws used a stingy defense to beat the Bolts. The defense allowed just 17 rushing yards and 95 passing yards.
SUNDAY MARCH 18
LOS ANGELES 31, Orlando 6 (20382) - Tommy Maddox threw two TD passes and ran for a third as the Xtreme handed the Rage its first loss. Orlando lost QB Jeff Brohm for the rest of the regular season with a separated shoulder.
CHICAGO 25, San Francisco 19 (11428) - LeShon Johnson ran for two TDs and the Enforcers withstood San Francisco's second-half surge. John Avery ran for 110 yards, and Kevin McDougal completed 11 of 14 for 175 yards.
EASTERN DIVISION              WESTERN DIVISION
X-Orlando      6  1 0 144 126 Los Angeles    5  2 0 164 113
NY-New Jersey  3  4 0  74 105 Las Vegas      4  3 0 131  78
Birmingham     2  5 0 107 152 Memphis        3  4 0 112 130
Chicago        2  5 0 127 160 San Francisco  3  4 0 121 116
X-Clinched Playoff Berth
WEEK EIGHT
SATURDAY MARCH 24
LOS ANGELES 35, Las Vegas 26 (20128) - Tommy Maddox threw four TD passes in the first half as the Xtreme clinched a playoff berth. Maddox had little trouble shredding the Outlaws' defense, the best in the XFL.
SAN FRANCISCO 21, Memphis 12 (35209) - Mike Pawlawski threw two of his three TD passes in the second quarter when the Demons scored 15 unanswered points and moved into a tie with Las Vegas for second place.
SUNDAY MARCH 25
ORLANDO 17, NY-New Jersey 12 (19641) - Brian Shay's game-opening 95-yard KO return set up a TD and Brian Kuklick passed for a TD as the  Rage clinched the East. Shay's return set up a one-yard TD run by Derrick Clark.
CHICAGO 13, Birmingham 0 (10593) - John Avery ran for 170 yards and two TDs as the Enforcers posted their first shutout. Corey Ivy had a pair of interceptions for Chicago, which dealt Birmingham its fifth straight loss.
EASTERN DIVISION              WESTERN DIVISION
Z-Orlando      7  1 0 161 138 X-Los Angeles  6  2 0 199 139
Chicago        3  5 0 140 160 San Francisco  4  4 0 142 128
NY-New Jersey  3  5 0  86 122 Las Vegas      4  4 0 157 113
Birmingham     2  6 0 107 165 Memphis        3  5 0 124 151
Z-Clinched Division Title     X-Clinched Playoff Berth
WEEK NINE
SATURDAY MARCH 31
Chicago 23, NY-NEW JERSEY 18 (29713) - Kevin McDougal threw a 19-yard TD pass to Willy Tate with 1:41 to go for the win, which LB Jamie Beasley preserved by intercepting a pass at the goal line with two seconds to play.
Orlando 29, BIRMINGHAM 24 (10163) - The Thunderbolts squandered an eight-point lead in the fourth and became the XFL's first team to be eliminated from playoff contention.
SUNDAY APRIL 1
MEMPHIS 27, Los Angeles 12 (21191) - Jim Druckenmiller threw three TD passes as the Maniax beat the Western Division-leading Xtreme for the second time this season. Los Angeles had won four straight.
San Francisco 14, LAS VEGAS 0 (17656) - Mike Pawlawski's 25-yard TD pass to Terry Battle helped give the Demons claim a spot in the XFL playoffs. Pawlawski finished with 138 passing yards on 17 of 28 attempts.
EASTERN DIVISION              WESTERN DIVISION
Z-Orlando      8  1 0 190 162 X-Los Angeles  6  3 0 211 166
Chicago        4  5 0 163 178 X-S. Francisco 5  4 0 156 128
NY-New Jersey  3  6 0 104 145 Las Vegas      4  5 0 157 127
Birmingham     2  7 0 131 194 Memphis        4  5 0 151 163
Z-Clinched Division Title     X-Clinched Playoff Berth
WEEK TEN
SATURDAY APRIL 7
LOS ANGELES 24, San Fran 0 (18121) - The Xtreme clinched the Western Division title, as they limited the Demons to 261 yards while forcing a pair of turnovers en route to the first shutout in club history.
Memphis 16, LAS VEGAS 3 (15378) - Jim Druckenmiller threw for 152 yards and a TD to lead Memphis. The Outlaws lost five out of their last six games for a 4-6 record. Both teams missed the playoffs. 
SUNDAY APRIL 8
NY-New Jer 22, BIRMINGHAM 0 (10749) - Charles Puleri was 7-of-8 for 158 yards and two TDs, but the Hitmen missed a spot in the playoffs later Sunday when Chicago beat Orlando. Birmingham lost its final seven games.
CHICAGO 23, Orlando 6 (17195) - Kevin McDougal threw a TD pass and ran for another as Chicago took the final XFL playoff spot. Chicago's John Avery  rushed for 41 yards. He led the league in rushing with 800 yards. 
EASTERN DIVISION              WESTERN DIVISION
Z-Orlando      8  2 0 213 185 Z-Los Angeles  7  3 0 235 166
X-Chicago      5  5 0 186 184 X-S.Francisco  5  5 0 156 161
NY-New Jersey  4  6 0 132 145 Memphis        5  5 0 164 166
Birmingham     2  8 0 131 239 Las Vegas      4  6 0 169 143
Z-Clinched Division Title     X-Clinched Playoff Berth
2001 XFL PLAYOFFS - SEMI-FINALS
April 14 - San Francisco (5-5) 26, ORLANDO (8-2) 25 (14849) - Down 16-0 midway through the first quarter, the Demons had every reason to panic. Mike Panasuk broke a fourth-quarter tie with a 40-yard FG and QB Pat Barnes scored twice on 1-yard dives as the Demons rallied.
April 15 - LOS ANGELES (7-3) 33, Chicago (5-5) 16 (13081) - Tommy Maddox threw two TD passes, and Saladin McCullough ran for 164 yards as the Xtreme rolled. Before a season-low crowd, Los Angeles' defense held its opponent without an offensive TD for the second straight game. 
MILLION DOLLAR GAME - Saturday April 21 at Los Angeles - 24,153
LOS ANGELES XTREME (8-3) 38,  SAN FRANCISCO DEMONS (6-5) 6 - Former NFL backup Tommy Maddox threw for two TD passes, and Jose Cortez kicked four FG as the Los Angeles Xtreme won the "Million Dollar Game''. The Xtreme's defense, led by Ron Carpenter's two interceptions, shut out the Demons until the final 25 seconds after earlier blanking San Francisco in the regular-season finale. The XFL was born on February 3 2000, and died on May 10, 2001, when the World Wrestling Federation in conjunction with its joint venture partner, NBC, announced that additional investment required to further develop the XFL was not commensurate with the potential return and the risk inherent in pursuing the venture, with the WWF saying its after-tax losses will be about $35 million, similar to NBC's.
Tulsa 65, IOWA 62 (OT)
AUGUSTA 49, Greensboro 39
WICHITA 76, Bossier City 67
Macon 52, FLORIDA 38
NATIONAL-South Central        NATIONAL-Midwest
Richmond       7  1 0 393 265 Augusta        7  1 0 417 273
Carolina       6  2 0 312 234 Jacksonville   4  4 0 344 357
Charleston     5  3 0 378 346 Macon          4  4 0 389 342
Greensboro     4  4 0 292 302 Pensacola      4  4 0 311 321
Roanoke        4  4 0 285 326 Tallahassee    3  5 0 309 317
Norfolk        3  5 0 275 285 Florida        2  6 0 291 350
Rochester      1  7 0 224 383 Columbus       0  8 0 233 455
NATIONAL-Midwest              NATIONAL-South Central
Tenn. Valley   7  1 0 447 256 Quad City      7  1 0 478 204
Baton Rouge    6  2 0 310 308 Tulsa          7  1 0 391 345
Birmingham     6  2 0 419 374 Wichita        5  3 0 366 326
Arkansas       3  5 0 350 385 Peoria         4  4 0 277 337
Bossier        2  6 0 406 412 Iowa           3  5 0 373 380
Lafayette      2  6 0 349 364 Louisville     3  5 0 288 327
Memphis        1  7 0 203 522 Lincoln        2  6 0 280 389
WEEK TEN
FRIDAY JUNE 1
NORFOLK 71, Richmond 47
SATURDAY JUNE 2
Roanoke 49, GREENSBORO 30
BIRMINGHAM 57, Pensacola 48
MACON 52, Charleston 43
TULSA 41, Lincoln 26
QUAD CITY 51, Wichita 30
TENN VALLEY 55, Arkansas 43
TALLAHASSEE 64, Columbus 18
Louisville 62, PEORIA 35
Lafayette 53, MEMPHIS 50
ROCHESTER 53, Jacksonville 22
CAROLINA 41, Augusta 37
BOSSIER CITY 52, Iowa 51
Florida 68, BATON ROUGE 59
AMERICAN-Northeast            AMERICAN-Southeast
Carolina       7  2 0 353 271 Augusta        7  2 0 454 314
Richmond       7  2 0 440 336 Macon          5  4 0 441 385
Charleston     5  4 0 421 398 Jacksonville   4  5 0 366 410
Roanoke        5  4 0 334 356 Pensacola      4  5 0 359 378
Greensboro     4  5 0 322 351 Tallahassee    4  5 0 373 325
Norfolk        4  5 0 346 332 Florida        3  6 0 359 409
Rochester      2  7 0 277 405 Columbus       0  9 0 251 519
NATIONAL-Midwest              NATIONAL-South Central
Tenn. Valley   8  1 0 502 299 Quad City      8  1 0 529 234
Birmingham     7  2 0 476 412 Tulsa          8  1 0 432 371
Baton Rouge    6  3 0 369 376 Wichita        5  4 0 396 377
Arkansas       3  6 0 393 440 Louisville     4  5 0 350 362
Bossier        3  6 0 458 463 Peoria         4  5 0 312 399
Lafayette      3  6 0 402 414 Iowa           3  6 0 424 432
Memphis        1  8 0 253 575 Lincoln        2  7 0 306 430
WEEK ELEVEN
FRIDAY JUNE 8
NORFOLK 35, Rochester 21
LOUISVILLE 83, Roanoke 41
Quad City 58, LINCOLN 27
BIRMINGHAM 64, Columbus 14
SATURDAY JUNE 9
TALLAHASSEE 76, Baton Rouge 44
Tenn Valley 50, GREENSBORO 30
MACON 59, Florida 39
IOWA 62, Peoria 20
Memphis 55, LAFAYETTE 48
Bossier City 47, ARKANSAS 43
Tulsa 45, WICHITA 43
Augusta 58, PENSACOLA 51
RICHMOND 40, Carolina 27
Jacksonville 54, CHARLESTON 52
AMERICAN-Northeast            AMERICAN-Southeast
Richmond       8  2 0 480 363 Augusta        8  2 0 512 365
Carolina       7  3 0 380 311 Macon          6  4 0 500 424
Charleston     5  5 0 473 452 Jacksonville   5  5 0 420 462
Norfolk        5  5 0 381 353 Tallahassee    5  5 0 449 369
Roanoke        5  5 0 375 439 Pensacola      4  6 0 410 436
Greensboro     4  6 0 352 401 Florida        3  7 0 398 468
Rochester      2  8 0 298 440 Columbus       0 10 0 265 583
NATIONAL-Midwest              NATIONAL-South Central
Tenn Valley    9  1 0 552 329 Quad City      9  1 0 587 261
Birmingham     8  2 0 540 426 Tulsa          9  1 0 477 414
Baton Rouge    6  4 0 413 452 Louisville     5  5 0 433 403
Bossier        4  6 0 505 506 Wichita        5  5 0 439 422
Arkansas       3  7 0 436 487 Iowa           4  6 0 506 452
Lafayette      3  7 0 450 469 Peoria         4  6 0 332 461
Memphis        2  8 0 308 623 Lincoln        2  8 0 333 488
WEEK TWELVE
FRIDAY JUNE 15
ROANOKE 40, Greensboro 37
JACKSONVILLE 62, Norfolk 57
TULSA 60, Arkansas 22
BIRMINGHAM 75, Lafayette 31
SATURDAY JUNE 16
CAROLINA 71, Charleston 23
Macon 72, ROCHESTER 56
WICHITA 69, Baton Rouge 27
Tallahassee 64, FLORIDA 38
MEMPHIS 45, Pensacola 39
QUAD CITY 78, Iowa 35
Peoria 65, COLUMBUS 36
LINCOLN 35, Louisville 28
Richmond 51, AUGUSTA 27
Tenn Vall 74, BOSSIER CITY 34
AMERICAN-Northeast            AMERICAN-Southeast
Richmond       9  2 0 531 390 Augusta        8  3 0 539 416
Carolina       8  3 0 451 334 Macon          7  4 0 572 480
Roanoke        6  5 0 415 486 Jacksonville   6  5 0 482 519
Charleston     5  6 0 496 523 Tallahassee    6  5 0 513 407
Norfolk        5  6 0 438 415 Pensacola      4  7 0 449 481
Greensboro     4  7 0 389 441 Florida        3  8 0 436 532
Rochester      2  9 0 354 512 Columbus       0 11 0 301 648
NATIONAL-Midwest              NATIONAL-South Central
Tenn Valley   10  1 0 626 363 Quad City     10  1 0 665 296
Birmingham     9  2 0 615 457 Tulsa         10  1 0 537 436
Baton Rouge    6  5 0 440 521 Wichita        6  5 0 508 449
Bossier        4  7 0 539 580 Louisville     5  6 0 461 438
Arkansas       3  8 0 458 557 Peoria         5  6 0 397 497
Lafayette      3  8 0 481 544 Iowa           4  7 0 541 530
Memphis        3  8 0 353 662 Lincoln        3  8 0 368 516
WEEK THIRTEEN
FRIDAY JUNE 22
Carolina 60, NORFOLK 45
Wichita 33, LAFAYETTE 30
Tallahassee 52, JACKSONVILLE 48
SATURDAY JUNE 23
CHARLESTON 59, Columbus 39
RICHMOND 59, Louisville 45
QUAD CITY 82, Lincoln 16
TENN VALLEY 33, Roanoke 27
ARKANSAS 69, Memphis 38
IOWA 67, Rochester 41
TULSA 48, Macon 37
BATON ROUGE 62, Bossier City 45
Birmingham 38, PEORIA 28
AUGUSTA 62, Pensacola 34
Florida 59, GREENSBORO 25
AMERICAN-Northeast            AMERICAN-Southeast
Richmond      10  2 0 590 435 Augusta        9  3 0 601 450
Carolina       9  3 0 511 379 Macon          7  5 0 609 528
Charleston     6  6 0 555 562 Tallahassee    7  5 0 565 455
Roanoke        6  6 0 442 519 Jacksonville   6  6 0 530 571
Norfolk        5  7 0 483 475 Florida        4  8 0 495 557
Greensboro     4  8 0 414 500 Pensacola      4  8 0 483 543
Rochester      2 10 0 395 579 Columbus       0 12 0 340 707
NATIONAL-Midwest              NATIONAL-South Central
Tenn Valley   11  1 0 659 390 Quad City     11  1 0 747 312
Birmingham    10  2 0 653 485 Tulsa         11  1 0 585 473
Baton Rouge    7  5 0 502 566 Wichita        7  5 0 541 479
Arkansas       4  8 0 527 595 Iowa           5  7 0 608 577
Bossier        4  8 0 584 642 Louisville     5  7 0 506 497
Lafayette      3  9 0 511 577 Peoria         5  7 0 425 535
Memphis        3  9 0 391 731 Lincoln        3  9 0 384 598
WEEK FOURTEEN
FRIDAY JUNE 29
ROANOKE 57, Augusta 52
Quad City 74, ROCHESTER 29
BIRMINGHAM 69, Baton Rouge 48
SATURDAY JUNE 30
FLORIDA 48, Pensacola 21
Peoria 59, ARKANSAS 40
LOUISVILLE 73, Wichita 53
LINCOLN 46, Columbus 19
CAROLINA 62, Greensboro 41
BOSSIER CITY 82, Lafayette 43
IOWA 44, Norfolk 37
Tenn Valley 49, MEMPHIS 48
MACON 49, Jacksonville 45
TALLAHASSEE 44, Tulsa 34
RICHMOND 61, Charleston 37
AMERICAN-Northeast            AMERICAN-Southeast
X-Richmond    11  2 0 651 472 Augusta        9  4 0 653 507
Carolina      10  3 0 573 420 Macon          8  5 0 658 577
Roanoke        7  6 0 499 571 Tallahassee    8  5 0 609 489
Charleston     6  7 0 592 623 Jacksonville   6  7 0 575 620
Norfolk        5  8 0 520 519 Florida        5  8 0 543 578
Greensboro     4  9 0 455 562 Pensacola      4  9 0 504 591
Rochester      2 11 0 424 653 Columbus       0 13 0 359 753
NATIONAL-Midwest              NATIONAL-South Central
X-Tenn Valley 12  1 0 708 438 X-Quad City   12  1 0 821 341
X-Birmingham  11  2 0 722 533 X-Tulsa       11  2 0 619 517
Baton Rouge    7  6 0 550 635 Wichita        7  6 0 594 552
Bossier        5  8 0 666 685 Iowa           6  7 0 652 614
Arkansas       4  9 0 567 654 Louisville     6  7 0 579 550
Lafayette      3 10 0 554 659 Peoria         6  7 0 484 575
Memphis        3 10 0 439 780 Lincoln        4  9 0 430 617
X - Clinched Playoff Berth
WEEK FIFTEEN
THURSDAY JULY 5
Charleston 39, ROCHESTER 38
SATURDAY JULY 7
CAROLINA 40, Richmond 37
Arkansas 86, LAFAYETTE 42
PEORIA 41, Lincoln 28
TENN VALLEY 52, Birmingham 48
BOSS CITY 60, Wichita 54 (OT)
Baton Rouge 75, MEMPHIS 66
Jacksonville 49, AUGUSTA 46
Tallahassee 60, PENSACOLA 35
Macon 68, COLUMBUS 17
IOWA 59, Louisville 32
FLORIDA 49, Roanoke 36
QUAD CITY 65, Tulsa 44
SUNDAY JULY 8
GREENSBORO 30, Norfolk 15        
AMERICAN-Northeast            AMERICAN-Southeast
X-Carolina    11  3 0 613 457 Augusta        9  5 0 699 556
X-Richmond    11  3 0 688 512 Macon          9  5 0 726 594
Charleston     7  7 0 631 661 Tallahassee    9  5 0 669 524
Roanoke        7  7 0 535 620 Jacksonville   7  7 0 624 666
Greensboro     5  9 0 485 577 Florida        6  8 0 592 614
Norfolk        5  9 0 535 549 Pensacola      4 10 0 539 651
Rochester      2 12 0 462 692 Columbus       0 14 0 376 821
NATIONAL-Midwest              NATIONAL-South Central
X-Tenn Valley 13  1 0 774 486 X-Quad City   13  1 0 886 385
X-Birmingham  11  3 0 770 585 X-Tulsa       11  3 0 663 582
Baton Rouge    8  6 0 625 701 Iowa           7  7 0 711 646
Bossier        6  8 0 726 739 Peoria         7  7 0 525 603
Arkansas       5  9 0 655 696 Wichita        7  7 0 648 612
Lafayette      3 11 0 596 747 Louisville     6  8 0 611 609
Memphis        3 11 0 505 855 Lincoln        4 10 0 458 658
X - Clinched Playoff Berth
WEEK SIXTEEN
FRIDAY JULY 13
JACKSONVILLE 73, Columbus 26
Rochester 31, PENSACOLA 28
TULSA 41, Peoria 37
SATURDAY JULY 14
TALLAHASSEE 46, Carolina 45
FLORIDA 48, Greensboro 24
RICHMOND 71, Memphis 63
Quad City 85, WICHITA 61
Norfolk 47, CHARLESTON 41
Bossier City 60, TENN VALLEY 56
Iowa 57, LOUISVILLE 43
BATON ROUGE 68, Birmingham 36
ARKANSAS 70, Lafayette 20
Lincoln 45, ROANOKE 41
Macon 56, AUGUSTA 32
AMERICAN-Northeast            AMERICAN-Southeast
X-Richmond    12  3 0 759 575 Macon         10  5 0 782 626
X-Carolina    11  4 0 658 503 Tallahassee   10  5 0 715 569
Charleston     7  8 0 672 708 Augusta        9  6 0 731 612
Roanoke        7  8 0 576 665 Jacksonville   8  7 0 697 692
Norfolk        6  9 0 582 590 Florida        7  8 0 640 638
Greensboro     5 10 0 509 625 Pensacola      4 11 0 567 682
Rochester      3 12 0 493 720 Columbus       0 15 0 402 894
NATIONAL-Midwest              NATIONAL-South Central
X-Tenn Valley 13  2 0 830 546 X-Quad City   14  1 0 971 446
X-Birmingham  11  4 0 806 653 X-Tulsa       12  3 0 704 619
Baton Rouge    9  6 0 693 737 Iowa           8  7 0 768 689
Bossier        7  8 0 786 795 Peoria         7  8 0 562 644
Arkansas       6  9 0 725 716 Wichita        7  8 0 709 697
Lafayette      3 12 0 616 817 Louisville     6  9 0 654 666
Memphis        3 12 0 568 926 Lincoln        5 10 0 503 699
X - Clinched Playoff Berth
WEEK SEVENTEEN
FRIDAY JULY 20
NORFOLK 49, Roanoke 21
CAROLINA 34, Florida 16
JACKSONVILLE 70, Augusta 44
SATURDAY JULY 21
ROCHESTER 49, Greensboro 30
Tenn Valley 56, ARKANSAS 55
PENSACOLA 51, Columbus 16
Iowa 49, LAFAYETTE 38
Quad City 45, PEORIA 7
BIRMINGHAM 67, Memphis 39
LINCOLN 29, Wichita 6
Richmond 55, CHARLESTON 30
Tulsa 70, LOUISVILLE 57
TALLAHASSEE 74, Macon 32
Baton Rouge 50, BOSSIER CITY 46
AMERICAN-Northeast            AMERICAN-Southeast
X-Richmond   13  3 0  814 605 X-Tallahasee 11  5 0  789 610
X-Carolina   12  4 0  687 519 X-Macon      10  6 0  814 696
Norfolk       7  9 0  631 611 Jacksonville  9  7 0  767 737
Roanoke       7  9 0  597 704 Augusta       9  7 0  776 682
Charleston    7  9 0  702 765 Florida       7  9 0  656 672
Greensboro    5 11 0  538 673 Pensacola     5 11 0  618 698
Rochester     4 12 0  542 749 Columbus      0 16 0  418 945
NATIONAL-Midwest              NATIONAL-South Central
X-Tenn Vall  14  2 0  872 611 X-Quad City  15  1 0 1016 453
X-Birmingham 12  4 0  873 703 X-Tulsa      13  3 0  774 676
Baton Rouge  10  6 0  743 783 Iowa          9  7 0  797 721
Bossier       7  9 0  843 845 Wichita       7  9 0  715 726
Arkansas      6 10 0  782 762 Peoria        7  9 0  569 689
Lafayette     3 13 0  654 868 Lincoln       6 10 0  532 705
Memphis       3 13 0  607 893 Louisville    6 10 0  711 736
X - Clinched Playoff Berth
2001 AFL 2 PLAYOFFS - CONFERENCE SEMI-FINALS
Saturday July 28 - QUAD CITY (15-1) 80, Macon (10-6) 55
Sunday July 29 - Carolina (12-4) 69, TULSA (13-3) 35
Monday July 30 - TENNESSEE VALLEY (14-2) 70, Tallahassee (11-5) 52
Monday July 30 - RICHMOND (13-3) 67, Birmingham (12-4) 60
CONFERENCE FINALS
Saturday August 4 - QUAD CITY (16-1) 35, Carolina (13-4) 16
Saturday August 4 - Richmond (14-3) 51, TENNESSEE VALLEY (15-2) 50
ARENA CUP II (Friday August 10, 2001 at Quad City)
Q.CITY STEAMWHEELERS (17-1) 55, RICHMOND SPEED (15-3) 51
Omaha 49, BOISE 35 (1561)
TENNESSEE 47, St. Louis 44 - Coach Demetrious Johnson says St. Louis was "homered", claiming the contest actually ended with 55 seconds to play, after WR Jerome Hurd was pulled down in the end zone, with no call
Omaha          7  0 0 329 228 Boise          2  4 0 169 229
Tennessee      7  1 0 345 271 St. Louis      1  6 0 213 265
WEEK TEN
SATURDAY JUNE 16
OMAHA 56, Tennessee 29 (4956) - 
ST. LOUIS 31, Boise 20 (4952) - After spotting the Stallions a 13-0 lead, the RiverCity Renegades came on strong, thanks to QB Corby Jones, who ran for 142 yards and two TDs and completing 14 of 19 passes for 163 yards
Omaha          8  0 0 385 257 Boise          2  5 0 189 260
Tennessee      7  2 0 374 327 St. Louis      2  6 0 244 285
WEEK ELEVEN
SATURDAY JUNE 23
Omaha 54, TENNESSEE 32 - Omaha stayed perfect, with the first big play being Pat Davis' 29-yard return of an interception for a TD. Calvin Jones returned a KO 52 yards for a TD that broke the Thundercats' backs in the third
Omaha          9  0 0 439 289 Boise          2  5 0 189 260
Tennessee      7  3 0 406 381 St. Louis      2  6 0 244 285
WEEK TWELVE
SATURDAY JUNE 30
Omaha 53, ST. LOUIS 42 (5977) - The host Beef improved to 10-0, thanks to Clinton Childs, who had a pair of 45-yard kickoff returns for TDs in the third
BOISE 40, Tennessee 38 - Two seconds showed on the clock. Darin Tankersley, who earlier had missed an extra point that would have given the Stallions the lead, lined up for a game-winning FG, which was good
Omaha         10  0 0 492 331 Boise          3  5 0 229 298
Tennessee      7  4 0 444 421 St. Louis      2  7 0 286 338
WEEK THIRTEEN
SATURDAY JULY 7
TENNESSEE 61, Omaha 34 - Tennessee RBs Michael Cosey and Mike Lawrence provided the offensive spark, as Cosey had three TD runs, and Lawrence returned a kick 49 yards for a TD and added a 13-yard TD catch
Omaha         10  1 0 526 392 Boise          3  5 0 229 298
Tennessee      8  4 0 505 455 St. Louis      2  7 0 286 338
WEEK FOURTEEN
SATURDAY JULY 14
Omaha 35, BOISE 9 (1237) - The Beef returned to its winning ways, as Pat Davis intercepted three Boise passes while Deondre Jones also picked off a pass. The Beef held the Stallions to 127 yards in total offense
Tennessee 35, ST. LOUIS 10 (3874) - The visiting ThunderCats outscored the Renegades 22-0 in the second half, pulling away to the win
Omaha         11  1 0 561 401 Boise          3  6 0 238 333
Tennessee      9  4 0 540 465 St. Louis      2  8 0 296 373
WEEK FIFTEEN
SATURDAY JULY 21
OMAHA 58, Boise 19  (5554)
Omaha         12  1 0 619 420 Boise          3  7 0 257 391
Tennessee      9  4 0 540 465 St. Louis      2  8 0 296 373
WEEK SIXTEEN
SATURDAY JULY 28
Omaha 76, ST. LOUIS 37 (3501) - The Beef wrapped up the regular-season title, scoring on their first 11 offensive possessions before running out the clock. Omaha broke the IPFL record they set earlier this season
TENNESSEE 53, Boise 9
Omaha         13  1 0 695 457 Boise          3  8 0 266 444
Tennessee     10  4 0 593 474 St. Louis      2  9 0 333 449
NOTE - Boise cancelled its next two games
WEEK SEVENTEEN
SATURDAY AUGUST 4
St. Louis at Boise (Cancelled)
WEEK EIGHTEEN
SATURDAY AUGUST 11
Omaha 50, ST. LOUIS 33 (4606) - Omaha's Calvin Jones returned the opening kickoff 38 yards for a TD. The teams traded touchdowns on the first four possessions of the game, before the Beef pulled away
Tennessee at Boise (Cancelled)
Omaha         14  1 0 745 490 Boise          3  8 0 266 444
Tennessee     10  4 0 593 474 St. Louis      2 10 0 366 499
WEEK NINETEEN
SATURDAY AUGUST 18
OMAHA 79, Boise 18 (5742) - 
TENNESSEE 43, St. Louis 27 (4227) - The Renegades led 27-23 after Donnell Hayes caught a 17-yard TD pass from Corby Jones in the third. But the ThunderCats came on strong, scoring 20 more points for the victory
Omaha         15  1 0 824 508 Boise          3  9 0 284 523
Tennessee     11  4 0 636 501 St. Louis      2 11 0 393 542
2001 IPFL CHAMPIONSHIP (At Omaha - 6,892)
TENNESSEE THUNDERCATS (11-4) 47,  OMAHA BEEF (15-1) 38 - The Beef saw its sweet season end on a sour note. Tennessee rallied from an 11-point halftime deficit to defeat Omaha for the IPFL title. The ThunderCats took over with five minutes left and proceeded to carve the Beef defense up with a seven-play drive. The march was capped by Brent Bardellini's diving TD catch on third down and 5 from the Omaha 18
NOTE: After the season, the IPFL imploded. Boise simply folded away. An expansion team in Fort Wayne, the Safari, was set to begin play in 2002, but never saw the field. In October, it was announced the Beef would move to the NIFL, and the ThunderCats followed them in November. 
WHERE ARE THEY NOW (February 2009)
OMAHA BEEF - Played three season in the NIFL before moving to United Indoor Football in 2005. Will play in the new Indoor Football League in 2009
TENNESSEE THUNDERCATS - In 2004, they moved to Greenville, TN, but their ownership folded after three games and they moved to Lancaster, Pennsylvania and they played their remaining games. In 2005, they moved to Johnstown, PA, where they played until 2007 in the AIFA/AIFL
ST. LOUIS RENEGADES - For 2003-2004, the team, in the NIFL, was renamed the Show-Me Believers. In 2005, the team was renamed and is currently the RiverCity Rage. After the 2006 season, the Rage announced they were joining UIF. Starting in 2009, the Rage will play in the IFL
Tampa Bay 20, DETROIT 17
PHILADELPHIA 48, Minnesota 17
SAN FRAN 28, New Orleans 27
NY Giants 17, ARIZONA 10
DENVER 26, San Diego 16
SEATTLE 34, Oakland 27
MONDAY NOVEMBER 12
Baltimore 16, TENNESSEE 10
AFC EASTERN DIVISION          NFC EASTERN DIVISION
Miami          6  2 0 180 161 Philadelphia   5  3 0 179 125
NY Jets        6  3 0 184 182 NY Giants      5  4 0 165 150
New England    5  4 0 206 171 Washington     3  5 0 111 193
Indianapolis   4  4 0 224 224 Dallas         2  6 0 129 167
Buffalo        1  7 0 133 216 Arizona        2  6 0 109 183
AFC CENTRAL DIVISION          NFC CENTRAL DIVISION
Pittsburgh     6  2 0 135  90 Chicago        6  2 0 174 115
Baltimore      6  3 0 157 139 GREEN BAY      6  2 0 188 117
Cleveland      4  4 0 144 133 Tampa Bay      4  4 0 159 136
Cincinnati     4  4 0 133 166 Minnesota      3  5 0 155 213
Tennessee      3  5 0 139 196 Detroit        0  8 0 127 217
Jacksonville   3  5 0 144 128 NFC WESTERN DIVISION
AFC WESTERN DIVISION          St. Louis      7  1 0 255 129
Oakland        6  2 0 216 167 San Francisco  6  2 0 202 182
San Diego      5  4 0 222 172 New Orleans    4  4 0 175 162
Denver         5  4 0 218 198 Atlanta        4  4 0 155 164
Seattle        4  4 0 152 185 Carolina       1  8 0 132 217
Kansas City    2  7 0 171 199
WEEK TEN (Bye - Kansas City)
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 18
Atlanta 23, GREEN BAY 20
Cleveland 27, BALTIMORE 17
N.ORLEANS 34, Indianapolis 20
NY Jets 24, MIAMI 0
Philadelphia 36, DALLAS 3
San Francisco 25, CAROLINA 22 (OT)
Seattle 23, BUFFALO 20
Tennessee 20, CINCINNATI 7
Chicago 27, TAMPA BAY 24
ARIZONA 45, Detroit 38
PITTSBURGH 20, Jacksonville 7
OAKLAND 34, San Diego 24
Washington 17, DENVER 10
St. Louis 24, NEW ENGLAND 17
MONDAY NOVEMBER 19
MINNESOTA 28, NY Giants 16
AFC EASTERN DIVISION          NFC EASTERN DIVISION
NY Jets        7  3 0 208 182 Philadelphia   6  3 0 215 128
Miami          6  3 0 180 185 NY Giants      5  5 0 181 178
New England    5  5 0 223 195 Washington     4  5 0 128 203
Indianapolis   4  5 0 244 258 Arizona        3  6 0 154 221
Buffalo        1  8 0 153 239 Dallas         2  7 0 132 203
AFC CENTRAL DIVISION          NFC CENTRAL DIVISION
Pittsburgh     7  2 0 155  97 Chicago        7  2 0 201 139
Baltimore      6  4 0 174 166 GREEN BAY      6  3 0 208 140
Cleveland      5  4 0 171 150 Tampa Bay      4  5 0 183 163
Cincinnati     4  5 0 140 186 Minnesota      4  5 0 183 229
Tennessee      4  5 0 159 203 Detroit        0  9 0 165 262
Jacksonville   3  6 0 151 148 NFC WESTERN DIVISION
AFC WESTERN DIVISION          St. Louis      8  1 0 279 146
Oakland        7  2 0 250 191 San Francisco  7  2 0 227 204
Seattle        5  4 0 175 205 New Orleans    5  4 0 209 182
Denver         5  5 0 228 215 Atlanta        5  4 0 178 184
San Diego      5  5 0 246 206 Carolina       1  9 0 154 242
Kansas City    2  7 0 171 199
WEEK ELEVEN (Bye - New York Jets)
THURSDAY NOVEMBER 22
Green Bay 29, DETROIT 27
Denver 26, DALLAS 24
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 25
Atlanta 10, CAROLINA 7
CLEVELAND 18, Cincinnati 0
Miami 34, BUFFALO 27
Pittsburgh 34, TENNESSEE 24
San Fran 40, INDIANAPOLIS 21
KANSAS CITY 19, Seattle 7
Washington 19, PHILADELPHIA 3
Arizona 20, SAN DIEGO 17
Baltimore 24, JACKSONVILLE 21
NEW ENGLAND 34, New Orleans 17
Oakland 28, NY GIANTS 10
Chicago 13, MINNESOTA 6
MONDAY NOVEMBER 26
Tampa Bay 24, ST. LOUIS 17
AFC EASTERN DIVISION          NFC EASTERN DIVISION
NY Jets        7  3 0 208 182 Philadelphia   6  4 0 218 147
Miami          7  3 0 214 212 Washington     5  5 0 147 206
New England    6  5 0 257 212 NY Giants      5  6 0 191 206
Indianapolis   4  6 0 265 298 Arizona        4  6 0 174 238
Buffalo        1  9 0 180 273 Dallas         2  8 0 156 229
AFC CENTRAL DIVISION          NFC CENTRAL DIVISION
Pittsburgh     8  2 0 189 121 Chicago        8  2 0 214 145
Baltimore      7  4 0 198 187 GREEN BAY      7  3 0 237 167
Cleveland      6  4 0 189 150 Tampa Bay      5  5 0 207 180
Cincinnati     4  6 0 140 204 Minnesota      4  6 0 189 242
Tennessee      4  6 0 183 237 Detroit        0 10 0 192 291
Jacksonville   3  7 0 172 172 NFC WESTERN DIVISION
AFC WESTERN DIVISION          St. Louis      8  2 0 296 170
Oakland        8  2 0 278 201 San Francisco  8  2 0 267 225
Denver         6  5 0 254 239 Atlanta        6  4 0 188 191
Seattle        5  5 0 182 224 New Orleans    5  5 0 226 216
San Diego      5  6 0 263 226 Carolina       1 10 0 161 252
Kansas City    3  7 0 190 206
WEEK TWELVE (Bye - New York Giants)
THURSDAY NOVEMBER 29
Philadelphia 23, KANSAS CITY 10
SUNDAY DECEMBER 2
NEW ORLEANS 27, Carolina 23
MIAMI 21, Denver 10
CHICAGO 13, Detroit 10
BALTIMORE 39, Indianapolis 27
PITTSBURGH 21, Minnesota 16
New England 17, NY JETS 16
Tampa Bay 16, CINCINNATI 13 (OT)
Tennessee 31, CLEVELAND 15
Arizona 34, OAKLAND 31 (OT)
Dallas 20, WASHINGTON 14
SEATTLE 13, San Diego 10 (OT)
St. Louis 35, ATLANTA 6
SAN FRANCISCO 35, Buffalo 0
MONDAY DECEMBER 3
Green Bay 28, JACKSONVILLE 21
AFC EASTERN DIVISION          NFC EASTERN DIVISION
Miami          8  3 0 235 222 Philadelphia   7  4 0 241 157
NY Jets        7  4 0 224 199 Washington     5  6 0 161 226
New England    7  5 0 274 228 NY Giants      5  6 0 191 206
Indianapolis   4  7 0 292 337 Arizona        5  6 0 208 269
Buffalo        1 10 0 180 308 Dallas         3  8 0 176 243
AFC CENTRAL DIVISION          NFC CENTRAL DIVISION
Pittsburgh     9  2 0 210 137 Chicago        9  2 0 227 155
Baltimore      8  4 0 237 214 GREEN BAY      8  3 0 265 188
Cleveland      6  5 0 204 181 Tampa Bay      6  5 0 223 193
Tennessee      5  6 0 214 252 Minnesota      4  7 0 205 263
Cincinnati     4  7 0 153 220 Detroit        0 11 0 202 304
Jacksonville   3  8 0 193 200 NFC WESTERN DIVISION
AFC WESTERN DIVISION          St. Louis      9  2 0 331 176
Oakland        8  3 0 309 235 San Francisco  9  2 0 302 225
Seattle        6  5 0 195 234 Atlanta        6  5 0 204 226
Denver         6  6 0 264 260 New Orleans    6  5 0 253 239
San Diego      5  7 0 273 239 Carolina       1 11 0 184 279
Kansas City    3  8 0 200 229
WEEK THIRTEEN (Bye - Baltimore)
SUNDAY DECEMBER 9
BUFFALO 25, Carolina 24
GREEN BAY 17, Chicago 7
NEW ENGLAND 27, Cleveland 16
TAMPA BAY 15, Detroit 12
Jacksonville 14, CINCINNATI 10
New Orleans 28, ATLANTA 10
DALLAS 20, NY Giants 13
PHILADELPHIA 24, San Diego 14
ST. LOUIS 27, San Francisco 14
MINNESOTA 42, Tennessee 24
OAKLAND 28, Kansas City 26
PITTSBURGH 18, NY Jets 7
Washington 20, ARIZONA 10
DENVER 20, Seattle 7
MONDAY DECEMBER 10
MIAMI 41, Indianapolis 6
AFC EASTERN DIVISION          NFC EASTERN DIVISION
Miami          9  3 0 276 228 Philadelphia   8  4 0 265 171
New England    8  5 0 301 244 Washington     6  6 0 181 236
NY Jets        7  5 0 231 217 NY Giants      5  7 0 204 226
Indianapolis   4  8 0 298 378 Arizona        5  7 0 218 289
Buffalo        2 10 0 205 332 Dallas         4  8 0 196 256
AFC CENTRAL DIVISION          NFC CENTRAL DIVISION
Pittsburgh    10  2 0 228 144 Chicago        9  3 0 234 172
Baltimore      8  4 0 237 214 GREEN BAY      9  3 0 282 195
Cleveland      6  6 0 220 208 Tampa Bay      7  5 0 238 205
Tennessee      5  7 0 238 294 Minnesota      5  7 0 247 287
Cincinnati     4  8 0 163 234 Detroit        0 12 0 214 319
Jacksonville   4  8 0 207 210 NFC WESTERN DIVISION
AFC WESTERN DIVISION          St. Louis     10  2 0 358 190
Oakland        9  3 0 337 261 San Francisco  9  3 0 316 252
Denver         7  6 0 284 267 New Orleans    7  5 0 281 249
Seattle        6  6 0 202 254 Atlanta        6  6 0 214 254
San Diego      5  8 0 287 263 Carolina       1 12 0 208 304
Kansas City    3  9 0 226 257 
WEEK FOURTEEN (Bye - Carolina)
SATURDAY DECEMBER 15
NY GIANTS 17, Arizona 13
Oakland 13, SAN DIEGO 6
SUNDAY DECEMBER 16
INDIANAPOLIS 41, Atlanta 27
NY JETS 15, Cincinnati 14
KAN CITY 26, Denver 23 (OT)
Jacksonville 15, CLEVELAND 10
DETROIT 27, Minnesota 24
New England 9, BUFFALO 6 (OT)
CHICAGO 27, Tampa Bay 3
SEATTLE 29, Dallas 3
TENNESSEE 26, Green Bay 20
SAN FRANCISCO 21, Miami 0
Philadelphia 20, WASHINGTON 6
Pittsburgh 26, BALTIMORE 21
MONDAY DECEMBER 17
St. Louis 34, NEW ORLEANS 21
AFC EASTERN DIVISION          NFC EASTERN DIVISION
Miami          9  4 0 276 249 Philadelphia   9  4 0 285 177
New England    9  5 0 310 250 Washington     6  7 0 187 256
NY Jets        8  5 0 246 231 NY Giants      6  7 0 221 239
Indianapolis   5  8 0 339 405 Arizona        5  8 0 231 306
Buffalo        2 11 0 211 341 Dallas         4  9 0 199 285
AFC CENTRAL DIVISION          NFC CENTRAL DIVISION
Pittsburgh    11  2 0 254 165 Chicago       10  3 0 261 175
Baltimore      8  5 0 258 240 GREEN BAY      9  4 0 302 221
Cleveland      6  7 0 230 223 Tampa Bay      7  6 0 241 232
Tennessee      6  7 0 264 314 Minnesota      5  8 0 271 314
Jacksonville   5  8 0 222 220 Detroit        1 12 0 241 343
Cincinnati     4  9 0 177 249 NFC WESTERN DIVISION
AFC WESTERN DIVISION          Y-St. Louis   11  2 0 392 211
Oakland       10  3 0 350 267 San Francisco 10  3 0 337 252
Seattle        7  6 0 231 257 New Orleans    7  6 0 302 283
Denver         7  7 0 307 293 Atlanta        6  7 0 241 295
San Diego      5  9 0 293 276 Carolina       1 12 0 208 304
Kansas City    4  9 0 252 280 Y-Clinched Playoff Berth
WEEK FIFTEEN (Bye - Denver)
SATURDAY DECEMBER 22
NEW ENGLAND 20, Miami 13
SAN FRAN 13, Philadelphia 3
Tennessee 13, OAKLAND 10
SUNDAY DECEMBER 23
ATLANTA 33, Buffalo 30
Chicago 20, WASHINGTON 15
BALTIMORE 16, Cincinnati 0
PITTSBURGH 47, Detroit 14
Jacksonville 33, MINNESOTA 3
TAMPA BAY 48, New Orleans 21
St. Louis 38, CAROLINA 32
KANSAS CITY 20, San Diego 17
NY GIANTS 27, Seattle 24
ARIZONA 17, Dallas 10
GREEN BAY 30, Cleveland 7
NY Jets 29, INDIANAPOLIS 28
AFC EASTERN DIVISION          NFC EASTERN DIVISION
Y-New England 10  5 0 330 263 Philadelphia   9  5 0 288 190
Miami          9  5 0 289 269 NY Giants      7  7 0 248 263
NY Jets        9  5 0 275 259 Washington     6  8 0 202 276
Indianapolis   5  9 0 367 434 Arizona        6  8 0 248 316
Buffalo        2 12 0 241 374 Dallas         4 10 0 209 302
AFC CENTRAL DIVISION          NFC CENTRAL DIVISION
X-Pittsburgh  12  2 0 301 179 Y-Chicago     11  3 0 281 190
Baltimore      9  5 0 274 240 Y-GREEN BAY   10  4 0 332 228
Tennessee      7  7 0 277 324 Tampa Bay      8  6 0 289 253
Cleveland      6  8 0 237 253 Minnesota      5  9 0 274 347
Jacksonville   6  8 0 255 223 Detroit        1 13 0 255 390
Cincinnati     4 10 0 177 265 NFC WESTERN DIVISION
AFC WESTERN DIVISION          Y-St. Louis   12  2 0 430 243
X-Oakland     10  4 0 360 280 Y-S.Francisco 11  3 0 350 255
Seattle        7  7 0 255 284 New Orleans    7  7 0 323 331
Denver         7  7 0 307 293 Atlanta        7  7 0 274 325
Kansas City    5  9 0 272 297 Carolina       1 13 0 240 342
San Diego      5 10 0 310 296 
X-Clinched Division Title     Y-Clinched Playoff Berth
WEEK SIXTEEN (Bye - New England)
SATURDAY DECEMBER 29
TAMPA BAY 22, Baltimore 10
SUNDAY DECEMBER 30
Arizona 30, CAROLINA 7
MIAMI 21, Atlanta 14
Buffalo 14, NY JETS 9
Chicago 24, DETROIT 0
Cleveland 41, TENNESSEE 38
ST. LOUIS 42, Indianapolis 17
Kan City 30, JACKSONVILLE 26
GREEN BAY 24, Minnesota 13
CINCINNATI 26, Pittsburgh 23 (OT)
DALLAS 27, San Francisco 21
PHILADELPHIA 24, NY Giants 21
DENVER 23, Oakland 17
Seattle 25, SAN DIEGO 22
Washington 40, NEW ORLEANS 10
AFC EASTERN DIVISION          NFC EASTERN DIVISION
Y-New England 10  5 0 330 263 X-Philadelphia10  5 0 312 211
Y-Miami       10  5 0 310 283 NY Giants      7  8 0 269 287
NY Jets        9  6 0 284 273 Washington     7  8 0 242 286
Indianapolis   5 10 0 384 476 Arizona        7  8 0 278 323
Buffalo        3 12 0 255 383 Dallas         5 10 0 236 323
AFC CENTRAL DIVISION          NFC CENTRAL DIVISION
X-Pittsburgh  12  3 0 324 205 Y-Chicago     12  3 0 305 190
Baltimore      9  6 0 284 262 Y-GREEN BAY   11  4 0 356 241
Tennessee      7  8 0 315 365 Y-Tampa Bay    9  6 0 311 263
Cleveland      7  8 0 278 291 Minnesota      5 10 0 287 371
Jacksonville   6  9 0 281 253 Detroit        1 14 0 255 414
Cincinnati     5 10 0 203 288 NFC WESTERN DIVISION
AFC WESTERN DIVISION          X-St. Louis   13  2 0 472 260
X-Oakland     10  5 0 360 280 Y-S.Francisco 11  4 0 371 282
Seattle        8  7 0 255 284 New Orleans    7  8 0 333 371
Denver         8  7 0 307 293 Atlanta        7  8 0 288 346
Kansas City    6  9 0 272 297 Carolina       1 14 0 247 372
San Diego      5 11 0 332 321 
X-Clinched Division Title     Y-Clinched Playoff Berth
WEEK SEVENTEEN (Bye - San Diego)
SUNDAY JANUARY 6
WASHINGTON 20, Arizona 17
Cincinnati 23, TENNESSEE 21
PITTSBURGH 28, Cleveland 7
DETROIT 15, Dallas 10
INDIANAPOLIS 29, Denver 10
Green Bay 34, NY GIANTS 25
CHICAGO 33, Jacksonville 3
New England 38, CAROLINA 6
San Fran 38, NEW ORLEANS 0
ST. LOUIS 31, Atlanta 13
MIAMI 34, Buffalo 7
SEATTLE 21, Kansas City 18
NY Jets 24, OAKLAND 22
Philadelphia 17, TAMPA BAY 13
MONDAY JANUARY 7
BALTIMORE 19, Minnesota 3
AFC EASTERN DIVISION          NFC EASTERN DIVISION
X-New England 11  5 0 371 272 X-Philadelphia11  5 0 343 208
Y-Miami       11  5 0 344 290 Washington     8  8 0 256 303
Y-NY Jets     10  6 0 308 295 NY Giants      7  9 0 294 321
Indianapolis   6 10 0 413 486 Arizona        7  9 0 295 343
Buffalo        3 13 0 262 420 Dallas         5 11 0 246 338
AFC CENTRAL DIVISION          NFC CENTRAL DIVISION
X-Pittsburgh  13  3 0 352 212 X-Chicago     13  3 0 338 203
Y-Baltimore   10  6 0 303 265 Y-GREEN BAY   12  4 0 390 266
Cleveland      7  9 0 285 319 Y-Tampa Bay    9  7 0 324 280
Tennessee      7  9 0 336 388 Minnesota      5 11 0 290 390
Jacksonville   6 10 0 294 286 Detroit        2 14 0 270 424
Cincinnati     6 10 0 226 309 NFC WESTERN DIVISION
AFC WESTERN DIVISION          X-St. Louis   14  2 0 503 273
X-Oakland     10  6 0 399 327 Y-S.Francisco 12  4 0 409 282
Seattle        9  7 0 301 324 New Orleans    7  9 0 333 409
Denver         8  8 0 340 339 Atlanta        7  9 0 291 377
Kansas City    6 10 0 320 344 Carolina       1 15 0 253 410
San Diego      5 11 0 332 321 
X-Clinched Division Title     Y-Clinched Wildcard Berth
2001 PLAYOFFS - AMERICAN FOOTBALL CONFERENCE
Wildcard (January 12) - OAKLAND (10-6) 38, NY Jets (10-6) 24
Wildcard (January 13) - Baltimore (10-6) 20, MIAMI (11-5) 3
Divisional (January 19) - NEW ENGLAND (11-5) 16, Oakland (11-6) 13 (OT)
Divisional (January 20) - PITTSBURGH (13-3) 27, Baltimore (11-6) 10
Conference (January 27) - New England (12-5) 24, PITTSBURGH (14-3) 17
NATIONAL FOOTBALL CONFERENCE
Wildcard (January 12) - PHILADELPHIA (11-5) 31, Tampa Bay (9-7) 9
Wildcard (January 13) - GREEN BAY (12-4) 25, San Francisco (12-4) 15
Divisional (January 19) - Philadelphia (12-5) 33, CHICAGO (13-3) 19
Divisional (January 20) - ST. LOUIS (14-2) 45, Green Bay (13-4) 17
Conference (January 27) - ST. LOUIS (15-2) 29, Philadelphia (13-5) 24
SUPER BOWL 36 (February 3, 2002 at New Orleans)
NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS (13-5) 20, ST. LOUIS RAMS (16-2) 17 - Adam Vinatieri's 48-yard field goal as time expired gave the New England Patriots their first Super Bowl title. The Rams outgained the Patriots 427-267 in total yards, but the Patriots forced three turnovers, which resulted in 17 points, while committing no turnovers. Jeff Wilkins' 50-yard field goal capped a 10-play, 48-yard drive midway through the first quarter to give the Rams a 3-0 lead. The first turnover came with 8:49 left in the second quarter, when Ty Law stepped in front of an out-pattern pass intended for Isaac Bruce and raced 47 yards untouched down the left sideline into the end zone. Late in the first half, Kurt Warner completed a 15-yard pass to Ricky Proehl to the Patriots' 40, but Antwan Harris forced Proehl to fumble and Terrell Buckley recovered. Five plays later, Tom Brady's 8-yard touchdown pass to David Patten with 21 seconds left in the quarter gave New England a 14-3 halftime lead. Late in the third quarter, Torry Holt slipped coming off the line of scrimmage, and Otis Smith intercepted Warner's pass and returned it 30 yards to the Rams' 33 to set up Vinatieri's 37-yard field goal and a 17-3 lead. The Rams responded by driving to the Patriots' 3. On fourth-and-goal, Warner scrambled, was tackled by Roman Phifer, and fumbled. Tebucky Jones picked up the ball and raced the length of the field for an apparent touchdown, but the play was negated by Willie McGinest's holding penalty. Warner scored two plays later to trim the deficit to 17-10 with 9:31 left. The Patriots went three-and-out on their next two possessions, giving the Rams the ball on their 45-yard-line with 1:51 left. Warner completed an 18-yard pass to Az-Zahir Hakim and an 11-yard pass to Yo Murphy before connecting on a 26-yard touchdown pass to Proehl with 1:30 left to tie the game. Operating without any timeouts, Brady completed three short passes to J.R. Redmond to reach the Patriots' 41 with 33 seconds left. After an incompletion, Brady completed 23- and 16-yard passes to Troy Brown and Jermaine Wiggins, respectively, to reach the Rams' 30, and then spiked the ball with seven seconds remaining. Vinatieri drilled the 48-yard field-goal attempt, marking the first time in Super Bowl history the game had been won on the final play. Brady, who earned Most Valuable Player honors, was 16 of 27 for 145 yards and one touchdown. Warner was 28 of 44 for 365 yards and one touchdown, with two interceptions.
Orlando (8-2)
NY-N. Jersey (4-6)
Birmingham (2-8)
Chicago (5-5)
Los Angeles (7-3)
Memphis (5-5)
Las Vegas (4-6)
S. Francisco (5-5)
Amsterdam      3  2 0 109  92 Frankfurt      1  4 0 107 131
WEEK SIX
SATURDAY MAY 26
BARCELONA 55, Berlin 35 (9665) - The Dragons and Thunder combined to score a league record 90 points. Dragons RB Mike Green rushed 20 times for 142 yards and a league-record 4 touchdowns.
SUNDAY MAY 20
SCOTTISH 17, Amsterdam 7 (15983) - The Claymores recorded their third home win of the season as they downed the Admirals at Glasgow's Hampden Park with a pair of Anthony Gray TD runs and a stifling defense. 
Rhein 22, FRANKFURT 5 (30512) - The Deutschland Derby was decided by two 2nd quarter interceptions that were returned 35 and 44 yards for TDs by Clarence LeBlanc. The Galaxy gained 263 yards compared to Rhein's 194.
Barcelona      5  1 0 171 129 Scottish       3  3 0  99 100
Berlin         3  3 0 155 166 Rhein          3  3 0 106 102
Amsterdam      3  3 0 116 109 Frankfurt      1  5 0 112 153
WEEK SEVEN
SATURDAY JUNE 2
BARCELONA 31, Frankfurt 20 (9851) - The result gave Dragons head coach Jack Bicknell his 50th regular season victory in NFL Europe. Jarious Jackson threw two TD passes to wide receiver Tony Simmons and ran for another.
BERLIN 27, Scottish 19 (8917) - Thunder RB Madre Hill racked up 149 total yards, scoring on a 56-yard catch and a 34-yard run. All four Claymores losses this season have come on the road.
AMSTERDAM 17, Rhein 14 (OT) (13823) - Dutch national kicker Silvio Diliberto kicked a game-winning 31-yard FG as time expired at the end of OT. Rhein's James Tuthill saw his three game-winning FG attempts blocked.
Barcelona      6  1 0 202 149 Scottish       3  4 0 118 127
Berlin         4  3 0 182 185 Rhein          3  4 0 120 119
Amsterdam      4  3 0 133 123 Frankfurt      1  6 0 132 184
WEEK EIGHT
SATURDAY JUNE 9
FRANKFURT 28, Amsterdam 23 (29857) - Stand-in QB Lionel Hayes was the star of the show as he threw for 176 yards and 3 TDs, including scoring strikes of 21 and 24 yards to Andy McCullough, as the Galaxy led 21-0.
SUNDAY JUNE 10
Barcelona 14, SCOTTISH 9 (14483) - The Dragons battled to a low-scoring victory thanks to Mike Green, who ran for 136 yards and a TD. Barcelona's other score came on Roderick Robinson's 12-yard pass to Bryan Gilmore. 
RHEIN 16, Berlin 13 (OT) (30701) - James Tuthill, who had three game-winning FG attempts blocked the previous week, kicked a 46-yard FG with 5:31 remaining in OT to help the Fire climb back into the World Bowl race. 
Barcelona      7  1 0 216 158 Rhein          4  4 0 136 132
Berlin         4  4 0 195 201 Scottish       3  5 0 127 141
Amsterdam      4  4 0 156 151 Frankfurt      2  6 0 160 207
WEEK NINE
SATURDAY JUNE 16
BARCELONA 26, Scottish 7 (10180) - The Dragons eliminated Scotland from World Bowl contention, as Jesus Angoy kicked 4 FGs, Trevor Insley had a 76-yard punt return TD and Jarious Jackson added a 6-yard touchdown run.
BERLIN 41, Amsterdam 10 (10478) - Berlin moved into second place, as QB Jonathan Quinn threw for 289 yards and 5 touchdowns as the Thunder enhanced their championship chances against Amsterdam. 
RHEIN 17, Frankfurt 13 (51719) - In front of a record crowd, CB Corey Harris picked off Kevin Thompson and raced 57 yards for a TD that gave the Fire a 17-13 lead with 5:27 left in the game.
X-Barcelona    8  1 0 242 165 Amsterdam      4  5 0 166 192
Berlin         5  4 0 236 211 Scottish       3  6 0 134 167
Rhein          5  4 0 153 145 Frankfurt      2  7 0 173 224
X-Clinched World Bowl Berth
WEEK TEN
SATURDAY JUNE 23
SCOTTISH 34, Rhein 21 (12251) - National WR Scott Couper played in his 67th and final game. And the local hero caught a 10-yard TD pass from Clint Stoerner to set a record for the most TDs by a national player (10). 
FRANKFURT 26, Barcelona 10 (31215) - Despite losing the game, Barcelona RB Mike Green rushed for 62 yards on the day, giving him a new league record 1,057 yards. Galaxy K Ola Kimrin had a team-record four FGs.
SUNDAY JUNE 24
Berlin 34, AMSTERDAM 28 (13812) - Jonathan Quinn threw for 248 yards and 4 TDs to power Berlin into the championship game. Berlin became the first road team to win in the Amsterdam Arena this season
X-Barcelona    8  2 0 252 191 Amsterdam      4  6 0 194 226
X-Berlin       6  4 0 270 239 Scottish       4  6 0 168 188
Rhein          5  5 0 174 179 Frankfurt      3  7 0 199 234
X-Clinched World Bowl Berth
WORLD BOWL 2001 (Saturday June 30, 2001 at Amsterdam - 32,116)
BERLIN THUNDER (6-4) 24, BARCELONA DRAGONS (8-2) 17 - Jonathan Quinn threw for 308 yards and three TDs as he led the Berlin Thunder to their first title. Quinn threw TD passes of 46, 17 and 53 yards, the last going to wide receiver Dwaune Jones with 4:08 remaining. But victory was not assured until the final moments when Jarious Jackson's fourth down pass from the 6-yard line into the Thunder end zone was batted down by defensive tackle Jon Harris with 1:03 remaining. All that remained then was for World Bowl MVP Quinn to take a knee and clinch the Thunder's first World Bowl. 
Rhein (5-5)
Berlin (6-4)
Barcelona (8-2)
Amsterdam (4-6)
Scotland (4-6)
Frankfurt (3-7)
New York (8-6)
Nashville (10-4)
Toronto (8-6)
Tampa Bay (10-4)
Grand Rapids (11-3)
Indiana (9-5)
Carolina (7-7)
Detroit (7-7)
San Jose (10-4)
Chicago (7-7)
Orlando (8-6)
Los Angeles (5-9)
Arizona (8-6)
Florida (6-8)
Buffalo (6-8)
Milwaukee (3-11)
Oklahoma 5-9)
Richmond (13-3)
Carolina (12-4)
Norfolk (7-9)
Tallahassee (11-5)
Macon (10-6)
Jacksonville (9-7)
Tenn Valley (14-2)
Quad City (15-1)
Birmingham (12-4)
Tulsa (13-3)
Baton Rouge (10-6)
Iowa (9-7)
Roanoke (7-9)
Augusta (9-7)
Bossier-Shr (7-9)
Boise (3-9)
Tennessee (11-4)
Omaha (15-1)
Trenton (0-6)
St. Louis (2-11)
New Jersey (2-12)
Houston (3-11)
Charleston (7-9)
Greensboro (5-11)
Rochester (4-12)
Florida (7-9)
Pensacola (5-11)
Lafayette (3-13)
Lincoln (6-10)
Arkansas (6-10)
Peoria (7-9)
Wichita (7-9)
Columbus (0-16)
Memphis (3-13)
Louisville (6-10)
Mississippi (13-1)
Lake Charles (11-3)
Tupelo (7-7)
Ohio Valley (11-3)
Johnstown (10-4)
River Cities (1-13)
Rapid City (13-1)
Utah (8-6)
Wyoming (8-6)
Yakima (6-8)
Sioux Falls (7-7)
S. Oregon (1-13)
Mobile (5-8)
Tri-Cities (6-8)
Billings (7-7)
Louisiana (5-9)
Louisiana (1-13)
Sioux City (4-10)
Green Bay Packers (12-4)
Head Coach: Mike Sherman
Tampa Bay Buccaneers (9-7)
Head Coach: Tony Dungy
Cleveland Browns (7-9)
Head Coach: Butch Davis
Baltimore Ravens (10-6)
Head Coach: Brian Billick
Minnesota Vikings (5-11)
Head Coach: Dennis Green (5-10) and Mike Tice (0-1)
St. Louis Rams (14-2)
Head Coach: Mike Martz
Tennessee Titans (7-9)
Head Coach: Jeff Fisher
San Francisco 49ers (12-4)
Head Coach: Steve Mariucci 
New Orleans Saints (7-9)
Head Coach: Jim Haslett
Atlanta Falcons (7-9)
Head Coach: Dan Reeves
Oakland Raiders (10-6)
Head Coach: Jon Gruden
Seattle Seahawks (9-7)
Head Coach: Mike Holmgren
Denver Broncos (8-8)
Head Coach: Mike Shanahan
Kansas City Chiefs (6-10)
Head Coach: Dick Vermeil
Detroit Lions (2-14)
Head Coach: Marty Mornhinweg 
San Diego Chargers (5-11)
Head Coach: Mike Riley










Philadelphia Eagles (11-5)
Head Coach: Andy Reid
New England Patriots (11-5)
Head Coach: Bill Belichick
Washington Redskins (8-8)
Head Coach: Marty Schottenheimer 
Miami Dolphins (11-5)
Head Coach: Dave Wannstedt 
New York Giants (7-9)
Head Coach: Jim Fassel
Arizona Cardinals (7-9)
Head Coach: Dave McGinnis
New York Jets (10-6)
Head Coach: Herman Edwards
Indianapolis Colts (6-10)
Head Coach: Jim Mora
Pittsburgh Steelers (13-3)
Head Coach: Bill Cowher
Dallas Cowboys (5-11)
Head Coach: Dave Campo
Buffalo Bills (3-13)
Head Coach: Gregg Williams
Chicago Bears (13-3)
Head Coach: Dick Jauron
Carolina Panthers (1-15)
Head Coach: George Seifert
Jacksonville Jaguars (6-10)
Head Coach: Tom Coughlin
Cincinnati Bengals (6-10)
Head Coach: Dick LeBeau