WEEK TWELVE (Bye - PITTSBURGH)
FRIDAY, MAY 25
Jacksonville 55, ORLANDO 37 (13081) - The Sharks used a 30-point second quarter to erase an early deficit. After an Orlando touchdown, Jacksonville scored 39 of the game’s next 42 points to take a 49-24 lead early in the fourth. Though the Predators scored twice in the fourth, Orlando never cut its deficit within two scores.
TAMPA BAY 63, Milwaukee 55 (10406) - In a turnover infested game, Tampa Bay improved to 6-0 at home. Each team committed 5 turnovers apiece.Storm QB Stephen Wasil connected with Amarri Jackson for three TDs and Prechae Rodriguez for two more. The Storm saw two large lead evaporate as the Mustangs rallied each time.
Spokane 68, IOWA 62 (7698) - The Shock won their fifth game in the last six games led by DB Paul Stephens with one interception and a kick return for a TD. After a slow first quarter with Iowa leading 7-3, the Shock posted a 28 point second quarter effort led by Kyle Rowley connecting on 13 of 19 passing for 133 yards and 3 TDs.
SATURDAY, MAY 26
Arizona 69, NEW ORLEANS 45 (5427) - Arizona took advantage of two Kurt Rocco third-quarter interceptions and went on a 28-point run after New Orleans pulled to with a point. Rocco was 19-of-40 for 283 yards and five TDs.
Arizona’s Nick Davila was 20-for-26 for 303 yards and nine TDs - five to Maurice Purify.
SAN JOSE 84, Chicago 77 (OT) (9036) - The Rush never trailed in regulation, but Johnie Kirton's 4-yard TD run with 12 minutes left in OT gave the SaberCats their only lead. Rush QB Russ Michna threw an interception in the end zone to end it. Michna had eight TD passes. San Jose's Mark Grieb was 33-of-45 for 417 yards and nine TDs.
KANSAS CITY 39, Georgia 27 (5079) - Kansas City survived a back-and-forth battle to earn back-to-back victories and its first home win. Command WR Jackie Chambers had 8 receptions for 94 yards and one TD; and the Command defense once again kept KC in the game holding Georgia to a single field goal in the fourth quarter.
San Antonio 64, UTAH 61 (8093) - With a little over one minute left, San Antonio drove down the field, milking the clock down to 22 seconds before Chad Cook ran for a TD. In the final Utah possession, San Antonio DL Victor DeGrate forced a fumble. Blaze WR Shaun Kauleinamoku set a franchise record with 363 all-purpose yards.
SUNDAY, MAY 27
Philadelphia 55, CLEVELAND 33 (4737) - Dan Raudabaugh fired six TD passes, including three to Tiger Jones, as the Soul used a 20-0 run in the third quarter to pull away and take control of the East Division. The Gladiators finished with just 171 net yards, including 162 passing. John Dutton finished 10-of-23 for 138 yards and two TDs.
AMERICAN - SOUTH                           NATIONAL - CENTRAL
Georgia             6  5 0  .545  504  545 San Antonio         8  3 0  .727  611  583
Tampa Bay           6  5 0  .545  589  612 Chicago             6  4 0  .600  599  596
Jacksonville        5  5 0  .500  520  497 Iowa                4  7 0  .364  578  665
New Orleans         4  6 0  .400  553  582 Kansas City         2  8 0  .200  371  505
Orlando             1  9 0  .100  396  507 NATIONAL - WEST
AMERICAN - EAST                           San Jose            8  3 0  .727  733  625
Philadelphia        8  3 0  .727  734  597 Arizona             8  3 0  .727  738  569
Cleveland           6  4 0  .600  507  469 Spokane             6  4 0  .600  591  584
MILWAUKEE           3  7 0  .300  560  576 Utah                6  5 0  .545  731  737
Pittsburgh          2  8 0  .200  470  557
WEEK THIRTEEN (Bye - SAN ANTONIO)
FRIDAY, JUNE 1
IOWA 70, Cleveland 62 (8363) - Robert Redd's TD catch with 47 seconds left pulled Cleveland to within eight, but the onside kick went too far to be recovered. Iowa's offense moved quickly, this time with Jesse Schmidt's fifth TD catch with 31 seconds remaining. Iowa scored on 10 of its 12 possessions in tallying a season high in points.
SATURDAY, JUNE 2
New Orleans 57, GEORGIA 35 (3372) - The VooDoo led 21-7 after the first quarter en route to a 34-14 halftime lead. The Force made an attempt at a comeback in the fourth quarter, but the closest they could come was 54-35 with 6:58 left in the contest. VooDoo QB Kurt Rocco finished 21-of-24 passing for 293 yards and 7 touchdowns.
PHILADELPHIA 79, Orlando 48 (9871) - Soul FB Derrick Ross rushed for a franchise-record 84 yards and tied an AFL record with five TDs. After a slow start, Rayshaun Kizer intercepted Chris Leek and returned it 16 yards for a TD. The Soul went on to score 30 unanswered points and hold the Predators scoreless for 28:34 in the first half.
MILWAUKEE 81, San Jose 68 (6089) - About the only person Gino Guidugli didn't throw a TD pass to was owner Chris Rebholz. Guidugli completed 16 of 28 attempts for 250 yards and nine TDs. San Jose got 10 TD passes and 435 yards from Mark Grieb, but  were dealing with the death of FB Johnie Kirton in Santa Clara on Monday.
JACKSONVILLE 71, Tampa Bay 61 (11080) - Although the Sharks jumped out to a 20-0 lead in the first 11 minutes, Tampa Bay turned a first half interception and a second half fumble recovery to get as close as 47-40 in the second half. Jacksonville squashed that rally with a 43-yard TD pass from Bernard Morris to Bobby Sewall.
Utah 55, KANSAS CITY 45 (4618) - Utah QB Tommy Grady led Utah to a  franchise record 442 yards in offense. He set an AFL record with 46 completions on the night while throwing for a franchise-best 436 aerial yards and seven TDs. WR Tysson Poots had 18 receptions, second-most in team history; Shaun Kauleinamoku had 17.
ARIZONA 55, Pittsburgh 45 (7540) - The Power were hit with two turnovers, two sacks, a collapsing offensive line and a string of incomplete passes and must win their remaining seven to avoid a losing season. The defense held the Rattlers nearly 16 points under their average, but Arizona still scored on its first eight possessions.
SUNDAY JUNE 3
CHICAGO 73, Spokane 62 (6418) - Rush QB Russ Michna set franchise records with nine TD passes, 32 completions and 412 passing yards. Jared Perry led Rush receivers with 11 catches for 131 yards and four TDs. Terrance Turner caught 3 TDs. Shock QB Kyle Rowley passed for 402 yards and eight TDs.
AMERICAN - SOUTH                           NATIONAL - CENTRAL
Jacksonville        6  5 0  .545  591  558 San Antonio         8  3 0  .727  611  583
Tampa Bay           6  6 0  .500  650  683 Chicago             7  4 0  .636  672  658
Georgia             6  6 0  .500  539  602 Iowa                5  7 0  .417  648  727
New Orleans         5  6 0  .455  610  617 Kansas City         2  9 0  .182  416  560
Orlando             1 10 0  .091  444  586 NATIONAL - WEST
AMERICAN - EAST                           Arizona             9  3 0  .750  793  614
Philadelphia        9  3 0  .750  813  645 San Jose            8  4 0  .667  801  706
Cleveland           6  5 0  .545  569  539 Utah                7  5 0  .583  786  782
MILWAUKEE           4  7 0  .364  641  644 Spokane             6  5 0  .545  653  657
Pittsburgh          2  9 0  .182  515  612
WEEK FOURTEEN (Bye - TAMPA BAY)
FRIDAY, JUNE 8
SAN JOSE 51, Orlando 34 (9345) - On a night where Johnie Kirton’s life was celebrated, the SaberCats won with their defense, which caused three turnovers, had three sacks, and forced four fumbles. DL Joe Sykes made franchise history with two sacks, passing Sam Hernandez (12 in 2000) for the single season sack record.
Philadelphia 69, MILWAUKEE 62 (3312) - The Mustangs dropped a heatbreaker on a Donovan Morgan TD catch with 13 seconds left. The lead changed 12 times. Milwaukee kicked off Throwback Night in style with a 58-yard TD return by Kelvin Rodgers on the opening kickoff.
Pittsburgh over CLEVELAND (Forfeit) - The Gladiators lost forfeit after a strike by players. Gladiators QB Matt Bassuener said the Gladiators struck on behalf of the AFL Players Union, which is seeking better working conditions from the league and a long-term collective-bargaining agreement.It was the first-ever AFL forfeit.
SATURDAY, JUNE 9
UTAH 68, Chicago 28 (7077) - The defense forced four takeaways, and allowed just 28 points, the second-best mark in Utah history. Chicago managed just 172 passing yards. Tommy Grady became the first player this year to throw 100 TD passes, with 366 yards and seven TDs, while the margin was the second-highest in Blaze history.
ARIZONA 55, Iowa 48 (7607) - Cliff Dukes, who missed four games with a leg injury, had three of the Rattlers' five sacks, the last forcing J.J. Raterink to fumble during a potential game-tying drive in the final minute. Rattlers QB Nick Davila was near perfect, completing 24 of 29 passes for 336 yards and seven touchdowns.
GEORGIA 56, Jacksonville 39 (3826) - A critical goal-line stand in the second quarter, a safety to end the third quarter and a pick-six late in the fourth quarter were the differences as Georgia rallied from 18 points down.
Georgia outscored Jacksonville 47-12 after the Sharks took a 27-9 lead with 9:31 to go in the second quarter.
SPOKANE 70, Kansas City 46 (8674) - Kansas City QB Brian Jones and WR Bret Smith connected for five TDs to tie a franchise record, but it was not enough as Shock QB Kyle Rowley passed for 272 yards and eight TDs. The Shock defense had four sacks, two interceptions, and three fumble recoveries; scoring 21 points off turnovers.
San Antonio 53, NEW ORLEANS 46 (5629) - The VooDoo fell one yard short in the closing seconds of tying the game, as the Talons won their sixth straight. VooDoo QB Kurt Rocco hit Quorey Payne for a short gaine, but he was tackled up against the wall by Talons Ken Fontenette with no time left on the clock.
AMERICAN - SOUTH                           NATIONAL - CENTRAL
Georgia             7  6 0  .538  595  641 San Antonio         9  3 0  .750  664  629
Tampa Bay           6  6 0  .500  650  683 Chicago             7  5 0  .583  700  726
Jacksonville        6  6 0  .500  630  614 Iowa                5  8 0  .385  696  782
New Orleans         5  7 0  .417  656  670 Kansas City         2 10 0  .167  462  630
Orlando             1 11 0  .083  478  637 NATIONAL - WEST
AMERICAN - EAST                           Arizona            10  3 0  .769  848  662
Philadelphia       10  3 0  .769  882  707 San Jose            9  4 0  .692  852  740
Cleveland           6  6 0  .500  569  539 Utah                8  5 0  .615  854  810
MILWAUKEE           4  8 0  .333  703  713 Spokane             7  5 0  .583  723  703
Pittsburgh          3  9 0  .250  515  612
WEEK FIFTEEN (Bye - ARIZONA)
FRIDAY, JUNE 15
ORLANDO 64, Tampa Bay 40 (12441) - The Storm turned over the ball five times, including back-to-back fumbles on kick returns in the first quarter to remain winless on the road. Orlando QB Chris Leak threw six TDs and rushed for another. The Predators scored 23 consecutive points to take a 50-27 lead in the third quarter.
SATURDAY, JUNE 16
CHICAGO 62, Georgia 27 (6202) - The Rush remained unbeaten at home (7-0) as Russ Michna completed 17 of 26 passes for 217 yards and six TDs. The Rush defense rebounded with recently added defensive back Jorrick Calvin intercepting two passes and linebacker Kelvin Morris returning an interception 32 yards for a touchdown.
SAN ANTONIO 57, Iowa 35 (8258) - The Talons drew first blood with a two-yard rushing TD by Chad Cook. Their early lead was assisted by the defense when a sack by Jon Williams resulted in a fumble and safety for the Talons, bringing the score to 16-7. San Antonio QB Aaron Garcia threw for seven touchdowns and 252 yards.
Milwaukee 63, PITTSBURGH 62 (4421) - Gino Guidugli's two-point conversion pass to Jared Jenkins with three seconds left gave the Mustangs the win after Guidugli hit Dwayn Eley Jr. on a 15-yard TD. Jose Martinez's ensuing KO was fumbled and recovered at the Power 4. The Power unsuccessfully argued there was one second left.
New Orleans 54, CLEVELAND 42 (5109) - Josh Bush caught 10 passes for 94 yards and two TDs as New Orleans rallied from a 14-point second-half deficit. VooDoo QB Kurt Rocco was 27-of-48 for 296 yards and four TDs. For the Gladiators, John Dutton completed 23 of 33 passes for 270 yards and three touchdowns.
Philadelphia 62, JACKSONVILLE 27 (10206) - The Soul, thanks to seven forced turnovers, are the East Division champions and will play in the postseason for the first time since their championship run of 2008. Soul DB Kent Richardson who tied a franchise record with three interceptions, including taking one back for a touchdown.
Utah 58, SPOKANE 55 (8852) - Utah QB Tommy Grady passed for nine TDs, five to Tysson Poots. Down 55-44 with a minute to play, Utah rallied as Poots caught the game-winning score from 3 yards out in the final seconds of the fourth quarter. A length-of-the-field game-tying FG attempt by Spokane on the final play fell short.
SUNDAY, JUNE 17
KANSAS CITY 57, San Jose 41 (4258) - Three missed XPs. A defensive breakdown leading to a kickoff return for a TD. A mishandled kickoff that ended with the ball at their own 1-yard line. It all added up in the SaberCats' loss to the last-place Command. SaberCat DL Joe Sykes tied the AFL record for sacks in a season with 15 1/2.
AMERICAN - SOUTH                           NATIONAL - CENTRAL
Georgia             7  7 0  .500  622  703 San Antonio        10  3 0  .769  721  664
Tampa Bay           6  7 0  .462  690  747 Chicago             8  5 0  .615  762  753
Jacksonville        6  7 0  .462  657  676 Iowa                5  9 0  .357  731  839
New Orleans         6  7 0  .462  710  712 Kansas City         3 10 0  .231  519  671
Orlando             2 11 0  .154  542  677 NATIONAL - WEST
AMERICAN - EAST                           Arizona            10  3 0  .769  848  662
X-Philadelphia     11  3 0  .786  944  734 San Jose            9  5 0  .643  893  797
Cleveland           6  7 0  .462  611  593 Utah                9  5 0  .643  912  865
MILWAUKEE           5  8 0  .385  766  775 Spokane             7  6 0  .538  778  761
Pittsburgh          3 10 0  .231  577  675
X - Clinched division title
WEEK SIXTEEN (Bye - IOWA)
FRIDAY, JUNE 22
New Orleans 48, ORLANDO 41 (12171) - Courtney Smith scored on a 5-yard run with 21 seconds left to lift New Orleans to the win and a share of first place. Chris Leak was 25-of-36 for 244 yards and four TDs for the Predators. It was the VooDoo's first ever victory at Orlando in their seventh attempt.
Arizona 52,  MILWAUKEE 37 (4899) - Arizona took a commanding 45-30 lead when Nick Davila connected with Trandon Harvey on a 30-yard TD pass. After Justin Lawrence scored to pull the Mustangs close, Davila ran for his second TD of the game for the final margin. Virgil Gray’s second interception ended the Mustangs’ final drive.
SATURDAY, JUNE 23
Chicago 59, KANSAS CITY 41 (3452) - QB Russ Michna threw for six TD passes and the defense made enough stops as the Rush won their first road game in nearly three months. Rush WR Reggie Gray caught 13 passes for 127 yards and four TD. The Rush converted their first seven third downs and owned the ball for nearly 36 minutes.
JACKSONVILLE 56, Cleveland 42 (9662) - A fight between players from both teams 52 minutes before kickoff resulted in the ejection of three players. The Sharks picked off four John Dutton passes and Bernard Morris passed for seven TDs with no interceptions to lift the Sharks to a tie for the division lead.
UTAH 61, Georgia 38 (9444) - Blaze QB Tommy Grady established a new AFL single-season record with 118 TD passes, while Utah set the all-time franchise record for wins. Grady finished 25-for-28 through the air for 306 yards and eight touchdowns to surpass the record of 117 scores in one season set in 2007 by Chris Griesen.
San Antonio 77, TAMPA BAY 56 (9328) - The Talons, trailing after the first quarter, erupted for 30 second-quarter points for their eighth straight win and hand the Storm their first home loss as QB Aaron Garcia threw for 259 yards and eight TDs. Storm QB Nick Hill, making his first home start, finished 28-for-42 with five TDs.
Spokane 90, SAN JOSE 63 (9062) - Shock QB Kyle Rowley and Jeffery Soloman hooked up on a 45-yard TD play late in the fourth quarter as Rowley set an AFL record with 12 TD passes. Rowley was 30 for 37 with 392 yards. Spokane's defense picked off SaberCats QB Mark Grieb twice and the Shock forced seven turnovers in the game.
SUNDAY, JUNE 24
PHILADELPHIA 69, Pittsburgh 34 (9760) - Philadelphia was led by QB Dan Raudabaugh, who threw his 94th TD pass this season, breaking the franchise record, and DL Bryan Robinson, who recorded a sack and 1.5 total tackles, recorded his League record-setting seventh blocked kick of the season.
AMERICAN - SOUTH                           NATIONAL - CENTRAL
New Orleans         7  7 0  .500  758  753 San Antonio        11  3 0  .786  798  720
Jacksonville        7  7 0  .500  713  718 Chicago             9  5 0  .643  821  794
Georgia             7  8 0  .467  660  764 Iowa                5  9 0  .357  731  839
Tampa Bay           6  8 0  .471  746  824 Kansas City         3 11 0  .214  560  730
Orlando             2 12 0  .143  583  725 NATIONAL - WEST
AMERICAN - EAST                           Arizona            11  3 0  .786  900  699
X-Philadelphia     12  3 0  .800 1013  768 Utah               10  5 0  .667  973  903
Cleveland           6  8 0  .429  653  649 San Jose            9  6 0  .600  956  887
MILWAUKEE           5  9 0  .357  803  827 Spokane             8  6 0  .571  868  824
Pittsburgh          3 11 0  .214  611  744
X - Clinched division title
WEEK SEVENTEEN (Bye - UTAH)
FRIDAY, JUNE 29
Philadelphia 83, TAMPA BAY 79 (9229) - QB Dan Raudabaugh threw his 11th TD of the night to Donovan Morgan with 14 seconds left for the winning score. The game featured 14 lead changes and three ties. With the victory, the Eastern Division champion Soul tied their regular-season mark for wins in a season.
Arizona 61, SPOKANE 35 (8946) - Top-ranked Arizona picked off five Kyle Rowley passes and cruised to the win. Spokane committed seven first-half penalties and trailed 40-14. Arizona QB Nick Davila would complete 18 of 27 attempts for 247 yards and 5 TDs, connecting with four different WRs for scores.
CLEVELAND 69, Milwaukee 32 (7853) - The Gladiators built a 29-point advantage in the first half and snapped a five-game losing streak. Cleveland led, 41-12, at halftime despite being outgained, 147-110. They were plus-4 in turnover differential. Cleveland's offense did not run a play until 3:35 remained in the first quarter.
SATURDAY, JUNE 30
NEW ORLEANS 65, Jacksonville 55 (6029) - Sharks QB Bernard Morris completed 24 of 38 passes with four TDs, but had two interceptions and wildly overthrew Terrance Smith on a critical fourth down in the fourth. With the win, New Orleans took the lead in the South Division and the tiebreaker over Jacksonville for a playoff berth.
SAN ANTONIO 58, Kansas City 48 (8153) - Aaron Garcia threw for 253 yards and seven TDs, including a clinching 49-yarder to Jomo Wilson. The Talons have the best record in the 25-year history of the AFL for a franchise in its first season after being relocated. Kansas City's Jackie Chambers ran the opening KO back for a TD.
Pittsburgh 56, IOWA 49 (11356) - With less than six minutes left, Iowa had a four-point lead before the Power rallied. QB Andrico Hines tossed a 12-yard TD pass to complete the comeback and give the Power a 48-42 lead. The Barnstormers missed a chance to tie with under a minute to go when J.J Raterink was sacked for a safety.
San Jose 75, CHICAGO 61 - Rookie Fred Williams scored five times as San Jose snapped a two-game losing streak. San Jose QB Mark Grieb was 29-of-36 passing for 360 yards and six TDs. During the first half, Grieb went over 5,000 passing yards for the second straight season.
SUNDAY, JULY 1
GEORGIA 56, Orlando 53 (5341) - In just his second pro start, Bryant Moniz threw for seven TDs, four to fellow rookie Shay Hodge, as the Force built an early lead and held on for a crucial win before their second largest home crowd of the season. It was a needed shot in the arm for the Force, who had lost four of their previous five games.
AMERICAN - SOUTH                           NATIONAL - CENTRAL
New Orleans         8  7 0  .533  823  808 Z-San Antonio      12  3 0  .800  856  768
Georgia             8  8 0  .500  716  817 Chicago             9  6 0  .600  882  869
Jacksonville        7  8 0  .467  768  783 Iowa                5 10 0  .333  780  895
Tampa Bay           6  9 0  .400  825  907 Kansas City         3 12 0  .200  608  788
Orlando             2 13 0  .133  636  781 NATIONAL - WEST
AMERICAN - EAST                           Z-Arizona          12  3 0  .800  961  734
X-Philadelphia     13  3 0  .813 1096  847 Utah               10  5 0  .667  973  903
Cleveland           7  8 0  .467  722  681 San Jose           10  6 0  .625 1031  948
MILWAUKEE           5 10 0  .333  835  896 Spokane             8  7 0  .533  903  885
Pittsburgh          4 11 0  .267  667  793
X - Clinched division title                Z-Clinched playoff berth
WEEK EIGHTEEN (Bye - GEORGIA)
FRIDAY, JULY 6
ORLANDO 55, Cleveland 34 (14518) - Chris Leak dealt a possibly fatal blow to the Gladiators' hopes of making the playoffs by throwing for 316 yards and eight TDs. Leak hooked up five times for scores with WR Jarvis Williams. The Gladiators were unable to stop the Predators on any of Orlando's first six possessions.
JACKSONVILLE 50, Milwaukee 32 (9811) - Bernard Morris threw six TD passes to lead the Sharks to .500. Morris connected with Jeron Harvey and Josh Philpart for TDs three times each, while the defense allowed just three first-half FGs and three second-half TDs, holding an opponent to less than 35 points for the 3rd time this season.
Utah 62, ARIZONA 49 (8381) - The Blaze extended their win streak to five while ending the Rattlers’ at seven. Utah won despite being outgained 331 yards to 201. Blaze QB Tommy Grady threw for just 184 yards, but had seven TD passes and ran for a TD. Rattlers QB Nick Davila threw for 316 yards with four TDs, but was picked off twice.
SATURDAY, JULY 7
Iowa 54, KANSAS CITY 27 (3223) - The Command held a narrow 9-6 lead at the end of the first quarter, then Iowa went on a 41-3 rampage. Barnstormers QB J.J. Raterink threw for 164 yards and five TDs to break Kurt Warner’s franchise record for passing yards in a season. The defense gave up just 136 yards, forcing three turnovers.
SAN JOSE 55, New Orleans 31 (9251) - The VooDoo fell behind 20-3 after the first quarter, but rallied to come within 10 points, 34-24, at halftime. San Jose blocked a 45-yard FG attempt by Gary Cismesia, which was returned for a TD for the only points of the third quarter. San Jose QB Mark Grieb threw six TD passes.
Tampa Bay 65, PITTSBURGH 61 (4154) - Starting QB Nick Hill sustained an injury that led to an early exit, but Stephen Wasil took over and completed 16-of-24 passes for 162 yards and five TDs as he led the Storm to their first road victory. Pittsburgh QB Andrico Hines connected on 28-of -40 throws for 310 yards and seven scores.
SUNDAY, JULY 8
San Antonio 61, CHICAGO 54 (7679) - Victor DeGrate sacked Rush QB Russ Michna on back-to-back downs with under eight minutes to spark the Talongs to their 10th straight win and the Central Division title, thanks also in part to a 20-7 scoring difference in the final quarter. Talons QB Aaron Garcia threw for 320 yards and 7 TDs.
PHILADELPHIA 62, Spokane 48 (7590) - The Soul, led by Derrick Ross’ five TDs, set a franchise record for the most regular-season victories (14), as QB Dan Raudabaugh threw for five TDs and one interception. Spokane’s QB Kyle Rowley connected 29-of-48 passes for 325 yards, seven touchdowns and four interceptions.
AMERICAN - SOUTH                           NATIONAL - CENTRAL
New Orleans         8  8 0  .500  854  863 X-San Antonio      13  3 0  .813  917  822
Georgia             8  8 0  .500  716  817 Chicago             9  7 0  .563  936  930
Jacksonville        8  8 0  .500  818  815 Iowa                6 10 0  .375  834  922
Tampa Bay           7  9 0  .438  890  968 Kansas City         3 13 0  .188  635  842
Orlando             3 13 0  .188  691  815 NATIONAL - WEST
AMERICAN - EAST                           Z-Arizona          12  4 0  .750 1010  796
X-Philadelphia     14  3 0  .824 1158  895 Z-Utah             11  5 0  .688 1035  952
Cleveland           7  9 0  .438  756  736 Z-San Jose         11  6 0  .647 1086  979
MILWAUKEE           5 11 0  .313  867  946 Spokane             8  8 0  .500  951  947
Pittsburgh          4 12 0  .250  728  858
X - Clinched division title                Z-Clinched playoff berth
WEEK NINETEEN (Bye - PHILADELPHIA)
FRIDAY, JULY 13
UTAH 83, Cleveland 63 (13083) - With the franchise’s largest crowd since 2008, the Blaze seized control of the West Division. QB Tommy Grady tied an AFL record with 12 TD passes, as he gained 291 yards in the air. Grady has now thrown for an unprecedented 137 TDs on the season, shattering the previous record of 117.
SAN ANTONIO 62, Arizona 61 (8253) - Ken Fontenette and Jamar Ransom preserved the Talons' 11th straight victory by breaking up a two-point conversion attempt in the final seconds. San Antonio locked up the best record in the conference as Aaron Garcia threw seven TD passes. The game featured 30 penalties and three ejections.
SATURDAY, JULY 14
Chicago 57, MILWAUKEE 54 (6284) - QB Luke Drone completed 27-of-36 passes for 327 yards and seven TDs as the Rush sealed a winning season. Chicago's regular QB, Russ Michna, was placed on injured reserve with a shoulder injury in last week's loss, which knocked the Rush out of the playoffs for the first time in their 11 years.
SAN JOSE 57, Iowa 48 (11072) - In what might have been his final home game after 12 seasons with the SaberCats, Mark Grieb completed 30 of 42 passes for 285 yards and seven TDs, including three apiece to Huey Whittaker and James Roe. Grieb has thrown for nearly 48,000 yards and more than 900 TDs in his career.
TAMPA BAY 78, New Orleans 77 (OT) (10201) - Tampa Bay erased a 17-point fourth-quarter deficit and beat New Orleans, scoring the deciding points on a two-point conversion rather than kicking the extra point and extending the overtime. Storm K Juan Bongarra made a 38-yard FG to send the game into overtime with 1.6 seconds left.
JACKSONVILLE 48, Orlando 30 (12403) - Jacksonville’s defense was ready for their former teammate, QB Chris Leak, who finished with 192 passing yards, but only one TD. He was also sacked three times by the defense, as Jacksonville clinched a playoff berth and was in position to clinch a division title next week.
Pittsburgh 58, GEORGIA 41 - ThePower scored 24 straight points over the final 10 minutes of the first quarter and the early stages of the second to take control and damage the Force playoff hopes. Georgia had no answer for the Power, who got 266 yards and six TDs from QB Andrico Hines, with four TDs going to Mike Washington.
Spokane 49, KANSAS CITY 48 (3764) - Kyle Rowley passed for 320 yards and seven TDs and the Shock guaranteed themselves at least a .500 season. Rowley found Jeffrey Solomon for a TD and hit Solomon for the 2-point conversion and the lead. KC’s James Wilhoit hit the upright on a 47-yard FG attempt on the final play.
AMERICAN - SOUTH                           NATIONAL - CENTRAL
Z-Jacksonville      9  8 0  .529  866  845 X-San Antonio      14  3 0  .824  979  883
Georgia             8  9 0  .471  757  875 Chicago            10  7 0  .588  993  984
New Orleans         8  9 0  .471  931  941 Iowa                6 11 0  .353  882  979
Tampa Bay           8  9 0  .471  968 1045 Kansas City         3 14 0  .176  683  891
Orlando             3 14 0  .176  721  863 NATIONAL - WEST
AMERICAN - EAST                           Z-Utah             12  5 0  .706 1118 1015
X-Philadelphia     14  3 0  .824 1158  895 Z-Arizona          12  5 0  .706 1071  858
Cleveland           7 10 0  .412  819  819 Z-San Jose         12  6 0  .667 1143 1027
MILWAUKEE           5 12 0  .294  921 1003 Spokane             9  8 0  .529 1000  995
Pittsburgh          5 12 0  .294  786  899
X - Clinched division title                Z-Clinched playoff berth
WEEK TWENTY (Bye - SAN JOSE)
FRIDAY, JULY 20
Jacksonville 64, PITTSBURGH 39 (6632) - Bernard Morris fired a season-high eight TD passes as the defending champions raced to a 27-0 lead and clinched their third South Division championship in as many seasons. Jeron Harvey led the Sharks with 13 catches to set a franchise record with 215 career receptions.
SATURDAY, JULY 21
CLEVELAND 60, Chicago 54 (7386) - Dominick Goodman’s one-handed catch off the net as time expired gave the Gladiators the win. The final play started with just 0.8 seconds left. Rush QB Luke Drone threw a 38-yard TD to
Reggie Gray with just nine seconds left, tying the game. Cleveland's winning drive covered 33 yards in two plays.
Georgia 55, NEW ORLEANS 48 (7370) - Bryant Moniz threw for two TDs and ran for three more, including a 7-yard scoring scamper with 47 seconds left. Jerry Turner sealed not only the win with his sack of QB Kurt Rocco, forced fumble and fumble recovery with 39 seconds left, but also a berth for the Force in the playoffs.
ARIZONA 47, Kansas City 22 (9166) - The Command scored only two points on a safety in the second half, while
Arizona held the Command to only two offensive TDs. The Rattlers, trailing 20-19 at halftime, shook that off with a dominating second half on both sides of the ball before a season-largest crowd.
IOWA 66, San Antonio 63 (9184) - With 16 seconds left, Rodney Filer delivered one of the most important runs of his career. It was also the final run of his 13-year career. Filer’s 4-yard burst set up a game-winning FG by Craig Camay as Iowa stunned first-place San Antonio, snapping the Talons’ 11-game winning streak.
SPOKANE 63, Tampa Bay 53 (10750) - The Storm failed to advance to the post-season, thanks to Spokane's 28-point second quarter and then getting shut out in the third. Because both Georgia and Cleveland won earlier in the evening, the only way the Storm could qualify for a playoff berth was to win.
SUNDAY, JULY 22
ORLANDO 49, Milwaukee 39 - Milwaukee scored on their first drive in the third quarter to take their first lead at 31-28. But, on the ensuing KO, T.T. Toliver scored on a 52-yard return. Orlando took a commanding 18-point lead early in the fourth when it intercepted Gino Guidugli for the third time and quickly turned that into a touchdown.
PHILADELPHIA 69, Utah 34 (12765) - Utah QB Tommy Grady set single-season marks for passing yards (5,870) and attempts (743), but the Blaze fell from the top spot in the National West to the #4 seed in the National Conference playoffs with the loss. Philadelphia finished with the best record in the AFL (15-3).
AMERICAN - SOUTH                           NATIONAL - CENTRAL
X-Jacksonville     10  8 0  .556  930  884 X-San Antonio      14  4 0  .778 1042  949
Z-Georgia           9  9 0  .500  812  923 Chicago            10  8 0  .556 1047 1044
Z-New Orleans       8 10 0  .444  979  996 Iowa                7 11 0  .389  948 1042
Tampa Bay           8 10 0  .444 1021 1108 Kansas City         3 15 0  .167  705  928
Orlando             4 14 0  .222  770  902 NATIONAL - WEST
AMERICAN - EAST                           X-Arizona          13  5 0  .722 1118  880
X-Philadelphia     15  3 0  .833 1227  929 Z-San Jose         12  6 0  .667 1143 1027
Cleveland           8 10 0  .444  879  873 Z-Utah             12  6 0  .667 1152 1084
MILWAUKEE           5 13 0  .278  960 1052 Spokane            10  8 0  .556 1063 1048
Pittsburgh          5 13 0  .278  825  953
X - Clinched division title                Z-Clinched playoff berth
AFL PLAYOFFS - CONFERENCE SEMI-FINALS
FRIDAY JULY 27
Utah (12-6) 35, SAN ANTONIO (14-4) 34 (9391) - For the first time in franchise history, the Blaze are advancing in the postseason after knocking off the top seed in the National Conference. Tommy Grady threw for 326 yards and five TDs, but this game was won by the Blaze defense. They held Talons QB Aaron Garcia in check, and when Joe Mortensen sacked Garcia on 4th and goal with three minutes left, the Blaze proceeded to run out the clock.
SATURDAY JULY 28
JACKSONVILLE (10-8) 58, Georgia (9-9) 56 - Jacksonville K Marco Capozzoli booted a 51-yard FG on the final play. Georgia scored with 1:28 left on Darnell Kennedy’s fourth TD pass of the second half, all to Mike Johnson. The score vaulted the Force into a 56-55 lead. Jacksonville only gained eight yards in three plays following the kickoff and with six seconds left, Capozzoli kicked the ball from his own 7-yard line squarely through the uprights.PHILADELPHIA (15-3) 66, New Orleans (8-10) 53 (6976) - With 11 minutes left and the Soul up 44-39, DB LaRico Stevenson forced a fumble at the Soul 5-yard line. The hit popped the ball into the air, and the Soul recovered. Four plays later, QB Dan Raudabaugh connected with Jeff Hughley on a quick slant for a 6-yard touchdown that extended the Soul's lead to 52-39. New Orleans scored two more touchdowns, but each time the Soul answered.
ARIZONA (13-5) 51, San Jose (12-6) 48 (7545) - After Nick Davila's fourth interception was returned 20 yards for a TD by Andre Jones that gave San Jose its first lead with 11 minutes left, Arkeith Brown intercepted Mark Grieb's pass and, with Marquis Floyd leading the blocks, returned it 42 yards for a TD with 4:44 left. That gave the Rattlers a 44-35 lead, a lead they wouldn't lose again. It was the first time the Rattlers beat their bitter rivals in three tries.
AFL PLAYOFFS - CONFERENCE FINALS
FRIDAY AUGUST 3
PHILADELPHIA (16-3) 89, Jacksonville (11-8) 34 (12332) - Jacksonville started the game with two missed extra-point kicks, two fumbles, a turnover on downs and two interceptions in its first seven possessions. The Soul forced six turnovers and do-it-all playmaker Larry Brackins scored eight TDs for the Soul have now won 10 straight games - a streak that dates back to May 27.
SATURDAY AUGUST 4
ARIZONA (14-5) 75, Utah (13-6) 69 (9644) - Nick Davila threw an 8-yard TD pass to Maurice Purify with 9 seconds left to send the Rattlers to the ArenaBowl for the seventh time. Kevin McCullough intercepted Blaze quarterback Tommy Grady's pass in the end zone with 35 seconds to go to set up the winning drive. Davila finished 21 of 39 for 311 yards and eight TDs. Grady was 37 of 63 for 441 yards and 10 TDs but also threw three interceptions.
ARENA BOWL XXV (Friday August 10 at New Orleans)
PHILADELPHIA (17-3) versus ARIZONA (15-5)
FOLDING (2) : Port Huron Predators, Chicago Knights MOVING TO UIFL (2): Cincinnati Comandos, Marion Blue Racers MOVED FROM UIFL (1): Saginaw Sting EXPANSION (3): Port Huron Patriots, Evansville Rage, Chicago Vipers
WEEK ONE (Bye Week - Evansville, Saginaw)
SATURDAY MARCH 10
PORT HURON 52, Chicago 49 (1214) - After leading the Vipers 40-14 at halftime, the Patriots lost the lead late in the fourth quarter before rallying. Vipers K Julie Harshbarger missed the game-tying 32-yard FG as time expired, after the first successful attempt was waved off as the Patriots called a timeout a second before the snap.
SUNDAY MARCH 11
DAYTON 48, Indianapolis 7 - Dayton led 29-7 at halftime. The second half belonged to the Silverbacks as well. Dayton scored six points in the third to lead 35-7 after three and added two more scores in the fourth. Dayton QB Evan Sawyers completed 9 of 23 passes for 110 yards and one TD and led the team with 49 yards rushing.
Port Huron          1  0 0 1.000   52   49 Saginaw             0  0 0  .000    0    0
Dayton              1  0 0 1.000   48    7 Chicago             0  1 0  .000   49   52
Evansville          0  0 0  .000    0    0 Indianapolis        0  1 0  .000    7   48
WEEK TWO
SATURDAY MARCH 17
Dayton 50, PORT HURON 22 (824) - Patriots QB Darryl Johnson struggled as he completed 10 of 21 passes for only 69 yards and a TD. But it was his two fumbles and interception that hurt. In the third, the Patriots closed the gap to 30-22 then forced a safety. But the play was called back due to a penalty and Dayton took control.
EVANSVILLE 63, Indianapolis 35 - Nate Samas sparked the Rage as he threw for six TDs and ran for another as Evansville scored TDs on seven of eight possessions. Samas led Evansville to five one-play drives for TDs, including three straight to start the fourth quarter and put the game well out of reach.
SUNDAY MARCH 18
SAGINAW 64, Chicago 32 (3674) - The Sting scored 16 points from defense and special teams early, and the offense took if from there, adding two more scores on its first five plays as the Sting jumped out to a 28-point lead. Sting QB Tommy Jones threw six TD passes. On defense, the Sting gave up just 10 points in the first half.
Dayton              2  0 0 1.000   98   29 Port Huron          1  1 0  .500   74   99
Saginaw             1  0 0 1.000   64   32 Chicago             0  2 0  .000   81  116
Evansville          1  0 0 1.000   63   35 Indianapolis        0  2 0  .000   42  111
WEEK THREE
FRIDAY MARCH 23
DAYTON 48, Chicago 13 -
SATURDAY MARCH 24
Evansville 44, PORT HURON 34 (923) - The Patriots led 14-10 heading into the second quarter. But within minutes the game changed, and the Rage took full control as they outscored the Patriots 21-6 in the second quarter, to take a 31-20 lead into halftime and never looked back. The Patriots were outgained 229-137.
SUNDAY MARCH 25
SAGINAW 91, Indianapolis 18 - Tommy Jones threw five TD passes to four different receivers as the Sting set a CIFL scoring record. The Rochester Raiders scored 90 in a win over Lehigh Valley on May 7, 2006. After taking a slim 14-8 lead into the first break, the Sting scored five TDs in the second quarter and four more in the third.
Dayton              3  0 0 1.000  146   42 Port Huron          1  2 0  .333  108  143
Evansville          2  0 0 1.000  107   69 Indianapolis        0  3 0  .000   60  202
Saginaw             2  0 0 1.000  155   50 Chicago             0  3 0  .000   94  164
WEEK FOUR
FRIDAY MARCH 30
SAGINAW 72, Evansville 29 - After allowing TDs on three of Evansville's first four drives, the Sting defense kept Evansville scorelessthe entire second half. Sting WR Zach Nichols caught four of QB Tommmy Jones' five TD passes, including three in the first half. Jones, Keath Bartynski and Rodney Gallon also ran for TDs.
SATURDAY MARCH 31
INDIANAPOLIS 40, Chicago 34 - The Enforcers got their first franchise win. The game started with the Enforcers taking the opening kick off and in five plays, QB Ron Ricciardi tossed a 35-yard TD pass to James Sharp. Indianapolis never trailed from there.
DAYTON 32, Port Huron 24 - During the week, Patriots owner Dave Kinsman forced head coach John Forti and his staff to resign and named himself head coach.
Dayton              4  0 0 1.000  178   66 Port Huron          1  3 0  .250  132  175
Saginaw             3  0 0 1.000  227   79 Indianapolis        1  3 0  .250  100  236
Evansville          2  1 0  .667  136  141 Chicago             0  4 0  .000  128  204
WEEK FIVE
SATURDAY APRIL 7
DAYTON 52, Evansville 39 - Evan Sawyer passed for 3 TDs and ran for another, as the Silverbacks remained perfect. Their 5-0 start is the best in franchise history. Dayton's Bruce Peters would seal the victory with a 1-yard TD run, with just 14.6 seconds left.
Port Huron 37, INDIANAPOLIS 0 - The Patriots jumped out to an early lead behind Ernie Smith’s 35-yard interception return for a TD. The Pirates led 24-0 at halftime behind QB Darryl Johnson. After being demoted for Torrance Webster, Johnson was back in the lineup after Webster suffered a fractured left wrist during the week.
Saginaw at Chicago - The CIFL announced the postponement of the contest after Mike Duran assumed
ownership of the Chicago Vipers, creating the Chicago Pythons. The team will be inheriting all the stats and the current Viper record. If necessary, the game will be played the weekend of May 26th, in Chicago.
Dayton              5  0 0 1.000  230  105 Port Huron          2  3 0  .400  169  175
Saginaw             3  0 0 1.000  227   79 Indianapolis        1  4 0  .250  100  273
Evansville          2  2 0  .500  175  193 Chicago             0  4 0  .000  128  204
NOTE: Chicago Vipers became Chicago Pythons
WEEK SIX
SATURDAY APRIL 14
Dayton 62, INDIANAPOLIS 15 - The Silverbacks set a franchise record, winning their sixth game of the season, and clinched a spot in the playoffs. Evan Sawyer threw six TD passes, finding Milton Joyner twice. The defense also came up big intercepting Indianapolis QB Maurice Jones six times.
Saginaw 49, PORT HURON 35 (1024) - The Sting scored three of the game's last four TDs to break a tie. Saginaw led by two points at halftime, and quickly gave up a safety early in the third that tied the game. But the defense allowed just one more TD the rest of the way.
SUNDAY APRIL 15
Evansville 39, CHICAGO 29 - Two kickoff returns for TDs by Dakota Marshall prove to be the difference. On the final drive of the game, Python QB Tim Collins was wrapped up by Rage DE DuJuan Edmonds.Collins was called for an intentional grounding penalty, leading to a fourth-and-fifteen situation for the Pythons who couldn’t convert.
X-Dayton            6  0 0 1.000  292  120 Port Huron          2  4 0  .333  204  224
Saginaw             4  0 0 1.000  276  114 Indianapolis        1  5 0  .167  115  335
Evansville          3  2 0  .600  214  222 Chicago             0  5 0  .000  157  243
X-Clinched playoff berth
FOLDED (3): Richmond Revolution, Bricktown (Oklahoma City) Brawlers, Arizona Adrenaline INACTIVE (2): Fairbanks Grizzlies, Wenatchee Valley Venom EXPANSION (1): New Mexico Stars MOVING (2): La Crosse Spartans to Cedar Rapids Titans, Seattle Timberwolves to Everett Raptors MOVING TO LSFL (2): West Texas Roughnecks, Amarillo Venom RENAMED (1): Bloomington Extreme to Bloomington Edge
WEEK ONE (Bye - Cedar Rapids, Omaha, Nebraska, Wyoming)
SUNDAY FEBRUARY 19
CHICAGO 50, Bloomington 34 (3157) - The Slaughter defense had an interception and three forced fumbles to lead the way. A 43-yard FG in the third quarter pulled the Edge to within 37-26, but Chicago scored twice in the fourth quarter to put the game away.  Edge QB Dusty Burk threw for 236 yards and four touchdowns.
FRIDAY FEBRUARY 24
Lehigh Valley 30, CHICAGO 28 (3043) - Steelhawks DB Marvin Johnson, in his first professional game, had six tackles, picked off a pass, recovered a fumble and returned a blocked field goal 25 yards for Lehigh Valley's first touchdown. Johnson's interception in the end zone helped preserve the two-point victory.
SATURDAY FEBRUARY 25
TRI-CITIES 70, Everett 34 - Fever QB Houston Lillard passed for 132 yards and five TDs, as well as rushing for 36 yards and two scores himself. But with all of his pinpoint passes, it was a second-quarter, 13-yard touchdown run where he broke a tackle with a stiff-arm that impressed his teammates and sent Tri-Cities on the way to a win.
ALLEN 50, Wichita 30 (5711) - Terrell Owens caught three TD passes in his Wrangler debut. Despite a 21-point  second quarter which triggered a 31-20 Allen lead at the half, the Wranglers found themselves leading 31-23 entering the fourth quarter. The Allen defense forced four turnovers in the fourth frame alone to trigger a 19-7 rally.
SUNDAY FEBRUARY 26
SIOUX FALLS 73, Green Bay 43 - The Blizzard trailed only 17-10 when the first quarter ended after an Adrian Trevino FG and a 28-yard TD catch by Bryan Pray, but the Storm scored on its next three possessions to take a 38-10 lead. Storm QB and 2011 MVP Chris Dixon completed 19 of his 20 passes for 268 yards and five TDs.
BLOOMINGTON 54, Reading 40 (5216) - RB Andre Raymond ran for three TDs and John Cooper caught each of Dusty Burk’s three TD passes, while Jon Kowalyshen and Jeff Sobol spearheaded the defensive line’s pressure on Reading quarterback A.J. McKenna. Joshua Floyd gave Reading a bright spot with a 57-yard kick return TD.
NEW MEXICO 46, Colorado 39 - QB Arkelon Hall and RB Darius Marshall ran for two TDs apiece and Hall threw three TD passes to Eric Taylor as the Stars won their IFL debut. With 40 seconds left, Colorado recovered an onside kickoff, but officials ruled that an inadvertent whistle was blown. The Stars recovered the second try.
UNITED CONFERENCE                          INTENSE CONFERENCE
Sioux Falls         1  0 0 1.000   73   43 Allen               1  0 0 1.000   50   30
Lehigh Valley       1  0 0 1.000   30   28 Tri-Cities          1  0 0 1.000   70   34
Chicago             1  1 0  .500   78   64 New Mexico          1  0 0 1.000   46   39
Bloomington         1  1 0  .500   88   90 Nebraska            0  0 0  .000    0    0
Cedar Rapids        0  0 0  .000    0    0 Wyoming             0  0 0  .000    0    0
Omaha               0  0 0  .000    0    0 Wichita             0  1 0  .000   30   50
Reading             0  1 0  .000   40   54 Colorado            0  1 0  .000   39   46
GREEN BAY           0  1 0  .000   43   73 Everett             0  1 0  .000   34   70
WEEK TWO (Bye - New Mexico, Sioux Falls)
THURSDAY MARCH 1
Allen 48, EVERETT 27 (1733) - Allen built a 48-13 margin through the first 31/2 quarters, though Everett tacked on two late touchdowns for the final margin. The Raptors, Everett's first pro indoor team since the Everett Hawks folded in 2007, drew a small crowd that was listed as 1,733 and looked considerably smaller than that.
FRIDAY MARCH 2
Green Bay 55, READING 32 - B.J. Hill returned a FG and a kickoff for TDs as the Blizzard pulled away in the third quarter, outscoring the Express 10-0, and Hill sealed the win with his 40-yard kickoff return early in the fourth quarter. Green Bay's defense limited Reading to 120 yards and recording two sacks and a pair of interceptions.
OMAHA 38, Wichita 35 - Beef QB James McNear completed 15 of 23 passes for 184 yards and three TDs, but the game's deciding play was Marcus Barnett's interception as time ran out. With 11 seconds left on their own 9-yard line, Phil Staback's pass to put the Wild on top was snared by Barnett at the goal line.
SATURDAY  MARCH 3
BLOOMINGTON 54, Chicago 44 (3871) - Bloomington scored 22 unanswered points in the second and third quarters before Chicago fought back in the fourth.  James Temple’s third interception sealed the victory after Chicago closed within 49-44 with 1:16 left. Edge QB Dusty Burk finished 20 of 29 for 172 yards and three TDs.
CEDAR RAPIDS 32, Lehigh Valley 14 (4200) - IFL Commissioner Tommy Benizio and the overflow crowd were treated as the Titans made their official IFL debut memorable. The key play came at the end of the first half when  Cedar Rapids blocked a FG by Chris Hazley. Titan Tommie Williams picked up the loose ball and ran for a TD.
SUNDAY MARCH 4
COLORADO 72, Wyoming 37
Tri-Cities 38, NEBRASKA 23
UNITED CONFERENCE                          INTENSE CONFERENCE
Sioux Falls         1  0 0 1.000   73   43 Allen               2  0 0 1.000   98   57
Cedar Rapids        1  0 0 1.000   32   14 Tri-Cities          2  0 0 1.000  108   57
Omaha               1  0 0 1.000   38   35 New Mexico          1  0 0 1.000   46   39
Bloomington         2  1 0  .667  142  134 Colorado            1  1 0  .500  101   83
GREEN BAY           1  1 0  .500   98  105 Wyoming             0  1 0  .000   37   72
Lehigh Valley       1  1 0  .500   44   60 Nebraska            0  1 0  .000   23   38
Chicago             1  2 0  .333  122  118 Wichita             0  2 0  .000   65   88
Reading             0  2 0  .000   72  109 Everett             0  2 0  .000   61  118
WEEK THREE (Bye - Reading, Chicago)
FRIDAY MARCH 9
Sioux Falls 81, WICHITA 54 - The Wild led 21-19 after one quarter, but the defending champions came back in the second period, outscoring Wichita 27-7. Storm QB Chris Dixon II passed for 330 yards and six TDs. The Storm had 375 yards total offense to the Wild’s 165. Wichita's Scooter Rogers had two fumble returns for TDs.
GREEN BAY 64, Cedar Rapids 12 (3557) - Green Bay intercepted Titans quarterbacks six times, while Blizzard RB LaRon Council and WR Scott Burnoski each scored three TDs. Green Bay built a 33-0 halftime lead by tallying three interceptions and holding the Titans to 45 yards, while the offense scored TDs on its first four drives.
SATURDAY MARCH 10
TRI-CITIES 64, Colorado 50 (3600) - Colorado trailed 22-17 at the half, but pulled even at 36 on a Duane Brooks 53-yard KO TD return. Tri-Cities answered back with a TD pass by Houston Lillard, then the Fever defense forced the first of two David Knighton fumbles, setting up another Lillard TD toss to lead 50-36 heading into the fourth.
SUNDAY MARCH 11
Allen 45, NEW MEXICO 28 (6243) - Terrell Owens helped hand the New Mexico Stars their first loss, before a sellout crowd, as he caught five passes for 50 yards and one TD. The Stars paid to get Owens to play. Stars owner Dart Clark would not disclose the amount of cash, however it is estimated to be between $10,000-$20,000.
Bloomington 57, LEHIGH VALLEY 39 (2300) - Dusty Burk threw for 289 yards and six TDs to ruin the Steelhawks' home opener. Burk completed 24 of 33 passes and helped the Edge build a 40-10 lead 55 seconds into the second half. Lehigh Valley QB Bryan Randall, in the second half, ran for a touchdown and threw for one
Everett 68, WYOMING 50 - Blake Bolles threw four TD passes, and ran for four more TDs as the Raptors earned their first win. Bolles completed 18-of-27 passes for 233 yards, and Andre Piper-Jordan caught five passes for 86 yards and two TDs. Matt Strand threw six touchdown passes, three to Jasonus Tillery, for Wyoming.
MONDAY MARCH 12
NEBRASKA 48, Omaha 34 - The Danger had six defensive stops and produced one safety while holding the Beef to 208 yards of total offense. Omaha scored just 13 points in the first three quarters before rallying for 21 in the final 15 minutes. Walner Leandre led the way for the Danger with a 19-tackle performance.
UNITED CONFERENCE                          INTENSE CONFERENCE
Sioux Falls         2  0 0 1.000  154   97 Allen               3  0 0 1.000  143   85
Bloomington         3  1 0  .750  199  173 Tri-Cities          3  0 0 1.000  172  107
GREEN BAY           2  1 0  .667  162  117 New Mexico          1  1 0  .500   74   84
Omaha               1  1 0  .500   72   83 Nebraska            1  1 0  .500   71   72
Cedar Rapids        1  1 0  .500   44   78 Colorado            1  2 0  .333  151  147
Lehigh Valley       1  2 0  .333   83  117 Everett             1  2 0  .333  129  168
Chicago             1  2 0  .333  122  118 Wyoming             0  2 0  .000   87  140
Reading             0  2 0  .000   72  109 Wichita             0  3 0  .000  119  169
WEEK FOUR (Bye - G. Bay, C. Rapids, Bloomington, Chicago, S. Falls, Wichita, Nebraska, Tri-Cities)
SATURDAY MARCH 17
LEHIGH VALLEY 86, Reading 53 - Two weeks into the season, Allen traded Bryan Randall, the 2010 IFL MVP, to the Steelhawks. He threw five TD passes and ran for two more to spark Lehigh Valley to a record-setting win. The Steelhawks set a franchise record for points in a game with 12 minutes left in the fourth quarter.
OMAHA 54, Wyoming 52 (2600) - Omaha erupted for 23 points in the second quarter and 21 in the fourth. The Beef ended up needing every one of them as the teams traded blows all night in a game featuring five lead changes and plenty of offense. Omaha's James McNear completed 23 of 28 passes for 253 yards and five TDs.
SUNDAY MARCH 18
COLORADO 61, Allen 55 - Andre Harris' 5-yard TD run with 1:07 left sealed the win. Allen WR Terrell Owens had five catches for 32 yards and one TD, a two-yard catch with 31 seconds left. The Ice captured an onsides kick
attempt and ran out the clock. Colorado never trailed.
UNITED CONFERENCE                          INTENSE CONFERENCE
Sioux Falls         2  0 0 1.000  154   97 Tri-Cities          3  0 0 1.000  172  107
Bloomington         3  1 0  .750  199  173 Allen               3  1 0  .750  198  146
GREEN BAY           2  1 0  .667  162  117 Colorado            2  2 0  .500  212  202
Omaha               2  1 0  .667  126  135 Nebraska            1  1 0  .500   71   72
Lehigh Valley       2  2 0  .500  169  170 New Mexico          1  1 0  .500   74   84
Cedar Rapids        1  1 0  .500   44   78 Everett             1  2 0  .333  129  168
Chicago             1  2 0  .333  122  118 Wyoming             0  3 0  .000  139  194
Reading             0  3 0  .000  125  195 Wichita             0  3 0  .000  119  169
WEEK FIVE (Bye - New Mexico, Colorado)
THURSDAY MARCH 22
Tri-Cities 54, EVERETT 48 - Houston Lillard's QB sneak from 5 yards out with 19.3 seconds left gave the Fever a first-ever 4-0 start. The Fever couldn't get untracked in the first half, and it trailed 27-20 at intermission to the Raptors. But the Tri-Cities defense shut out Everett in the third quarter to get back into the game, tying it at 27-all.
FRIDAY MARCH 23
Wyoming 44, NEBRASKA 43 - Dwight Dasher’s 11-yard TD pass to Corey Surrency with 2.4 seconds to play pulled Nebraska to within a point of tying the score and forcing overtime, but Wyoming’s Karl Kuhau-Liftee blocked Alex Tejada’s ensuing point-after kick. The Cavalry then recovered the Danger’s onside kick attempt.
CEDAR RAPIDS 52, Chicago 40 (4000) - Travis Rhone scored on a 2-yard run with 51 seconds left on a fourth-down play, sealing a Titan win.  Cedar Rapids led from start to finish, but the Slaughter made it interesting in the second half, twice getting the ball with a chance to go ahead only to see the Titan defense stand tall.
SATURDAY  MARCH 24
Sioux Falls 75, READING 42 - Chris Dison threw four TD passes and ran for three scores to help the Storm hand the winless Express its fourth straight loss. The Storm scored 10 touchdowns in all as it surpassed 70 points for the third time this season. Express QB Tim Bailey threw five TDs but had three passes intercepted.
Green Bay 42, OMAHA 37 - Bryan Pray caught a 25-yard TD from Donovan Porterie with 30 seconds left to give Green Bay the win. James McNear gave the Beef the lead with 38 seconds left on an 11-yard TD run. Porterie threw for 156 yards and four touchdowns and Mike Turner and B.J. Hill had interceptions for the Blizzard.
Allen 61, WICHITA 48 (2350) - Allen WR and part-owner Terrell Owens didn’t show up, but the former NFL star wasn’t needed. Former Wild RB Darius Fudge had three TDs for Allen, carrying 19 times for 45 yards. Wichita QB Phil Staback completed 7 of 8 passes for 101 yards and four TDs before leaving the game with a knee injury.
BLOOMINGTON 36, Lehigh Valley 34 - Andre Raymond scored his fourth goal-line rushing TD from inside the 1 as time expired, as the Edge won their fourth straight. Raymond’s 2-yard scoring plunge with 1:02 left as the Edge took the lead, but Bryan Randall used one play to hit Aaron Higdon for a 27-yard TD for Lehigh Valley.
UNITED CONFERENCE                          INTENSE CONFERENCE
Sioux Falls         3  0 0 1.000  229  139 Tri-Cities          4  0 0 1.000  226  155
Bloomington         4  1 0  .800  235  207 Allen               4  1 0  .800  259  194
GREEN BAY           3  1 0  .750  204  154 Colorado            2  2 0  .500  212  202
Cedar Rapids        2  1 0  .667   96  118 New Mexico          1  1 0  .500   74   84
Omaha               2  2 0  .500  163  177 Nebraska            1  2 0  .333  114  116
Lehigh Valley       2  2 0  .500  169  170 Wyoming             1  3 0  .250  183  237
Chicago             1  3 0  .250  162  170 Everett             1  3 0  .250  177  222
Reading             0  4 0  .000  167  270 Wichita             0  4 0  .000  167  230
WEEK SIX (Bye - Green Bay, Reading, Omaha, Lehigh Valley)
FRIDAY MARCH 30
TRI-CITIES 62, Wyoming 41 (3300) - With the win, the Fever continues its best start in franchise history and their  5-0 start is the third longest winning streak in franchise history. Tri-Cities wasted little time in getting going against, as they scored 23 first-quarter points, including a 35-yard interception return for a touchdown.
SATURDAY MARCH 31
Colorado 49, EVERETT 36 - The Raptors grabbed their only lead with 12:55 left in the second quarter when Brian Bolles threw a TD pass to Travis Poole to make it 11-7. Colorado came back quickly with two TDs and two FGs to take a 27-14 lead into the half. The Ice led the rest of the way. Ice QB David Knighton threw five TD passes.
Bloomington 70, CHICAGO 65 (4419) - Quince Holman blocked a potential go-ahead FG with seven minutes left and Antonio Ficklin and Jeff Sobol sacked Perry Patterson on consecutive goal-to-go plays in the final minute for the win. Edge QB Dusty Burk threw seven TD passes and Andre Raymond ran for two scores for the Edge.
WICHITA 31, New Mexico 24 (2211) - The Wild’s first win was far from pretty, mainly because neither team scored a TD until the fourth, and no points were scored in the first and third quarters. The Wild played without QB Phil Staback, who is out for an MCL sprain. Marcus Jackson threw for 129 yards and one TD and ran for one.
ALLEN 86, Nebraska 57 - Casey Printers started at quarterback for the Wranglers and completed 14 of 19 passes for 169 yards and three TDs, but didn’t play in the second half. RB Darrius Fudge ran for 74 yards on 20 carries with five TDs for the Wranglers, while WR Terrell Owens caught two TD passes.
SUNDAY APRIL 1
SIOUX FALLS 69, Cedar Rapids 29 - Cedar Rapids was competitive in the first half, still within striking distance at 34-17 at the break, but the Storm answered immediately, and were just too strong from there thanks to QB Chris Dixon. He threw for 275 yards and four TDs on a 23-for-31 effort, and ran for 36 yards and two more scores.
UNITED CONFERENCE                          INTENSE CONFERENCE
Sioux Falls         4  0 0 1.000  298  168 Tri-Cities          5  0 0 1.000  288  196
Bloomington         5  1 0  .833  305  272 Allen               5  1 0  .833  345  251
GREEN BAY           3  1 0  .750  204  154 Colorado            3  2 0  .600  261  238
Cedar Rapids        2  2 0  .500  125  187 New Mexico          1  2 0  .333   98  115
Omaha               2  2 0  .500  163  177 Nebraska            1  3 0  .250  171  202
Lehigh Valley       2  2 0  .500  169  170 Wyoming             1  4 0  .200  224  299
Chicago             1  4 0  .200  227  240 Everett             1  4 0  .200  213  271
Reading             0  4 0  .000  167  270 Wichita             1  4 0  .200  198  254
WEEK SEVEN (Bye - Allen, Bloomington)
THURSDAY APRIL 5
EVERETT 52, Nebraska 35 - Nebraska native Blake Bolles threw five TD passes and ran for a TD to lead the Raptors. Rocky Hinds played most of the game at QB for the Danger and threw for 77 yards and a TD with three interceptions, before Dwight Dasher took over in the fourth. The Danger QBs threw four interceptions in the game.
FRIDAY APRIL 6
Wichita 50, OMAHA 47 - Marcus Jackson’s 2-yard TD run with 3:48 left put the Wild ahead for good. Jackson’s TD, Wichita’s fourth rushing TD, broke a 41-41 tie. James Chandler kicked his third FG with 1:49 left to pad the
lead. Jackson had two rushing TDs and passed for two more. Tywon Hubbard ran for 42 yards and a TD.
Tri-Cities 65, NEW MEXICO 62 - Mike Taylor hit a 34-yard FG as time expired to keep the Fever perfect. Fever LB Brandon Wilson recovered a fumble at the Tri-Cities 11 with 20.4 seconds left. QB Houston Lillard quickly moved the football down to the Stars 19 on three passes to set up Taylor's winning kick and a tough road victory.
Colorado 42, WYOMING 35 - Wyoming scored on three of its first four possessions, tying the game at 21-all on QB Matt Strand's 1-yard TD run with 8:13 remaining in the first half. But Colorado took advantage of two missed FGs and an interception to score the next 21 points and build a 42-21 lead to start the second half.
SATURDAY APRIL 7
Lehigh Valley 62, READING 41 - The Express scored five TDs in the first 30 minutes and led at halftime for the first time this season. But the offense bogged down in the second half and the Steelhawks scored the final three touchdowns to break a 41-41 tie and extend the worst start by the Express in its seven-year history.
Green Bay 59, CEDAR RAPIDS 46 - The Blizzard trailed 46-37 after three quarters but closed to within two on a 1-yard run by QB Donovan Porterie, then took the lead on a 20-yard pass from Porterie to Bryan Pray. Green Bay pulled away on a 33-yard interception return for a TD by B.J. Hill. Porterie passed for 116 yards with three TDs.
SIOUX FALLS 73, Chicago 45 - With the score tied at 38 at halftime, Sioux Falls opened the second half with 22 unanswered points on its way to a 5-0 start. QB Chris Dixon had six TD passes and ran for another, but it was the second half-dominance of the defense that ensured the win, as the Storm outscored Chicago 35-7.
UNITED CONFERENCE                          INTENSE CONFERENCE
Sioux Falls         5  0 0 1.000  371  213 Tri-Cities          6  0 0 1.000  343  258
Bloomington         5  1 0  .833  305  272 Allen               5  1 0  .833  345  251
GREEN BAY           4  1 0  .800  263  200 Colorado            4  2 0  .667  303  273
Lehigh Valley       3  2 0  .600  231  211 Everett             2  4 0  .333  265  306
Cedar Rapids        2  3 0  .400  171  246 Wichita             2  4 0  .333  248  301
Omaha               2  3 0  .400  210  227 New Mexico          1  3 0  .250  160  180
Chicago             1  5 0  .167  272  313 Nebraska            1  4 0  .200  206  254
Reading             0  5 0  .000  208  332 Wyoming             1  5 0  .167  259  341
WEEK EIGHT
FRIDAY APRIL 13
WYOMING 71, Omaha 60 - Matt Strand threw eight TD passes and the defense forced two turnovers as Wyoming snapped a two-game home skid. The Cavs built an early 28-7 lead on two Keithen Valentine TD runs scoring runs and two Strand TD passes and outscored Omaha 24-13 in the fourth after the Beef had tied the game.
TRI-CITIES 54, Everett 33 (3800) - Tri-Cities coach Adam Shackleford watched his team go on a 26-0 run to stay perfect, but was steaming after WR Tre Young, was hit in the head by Everett LB Walner Leandre in the moments after the game. Everett led 20-14 in the second quarter before the Fever went on their scoring rampage.
GREEN  BAY 63, Chicago 36 (5346) - La'Ron Council ran for a franchise-record 104 yards and three TDs, becoming the first RB in the franchise history to rush for 100 yards in a game. The Blizzard saw its biggest crowd
since its move to IFL in 2010 and put on a show, scoring on 10 of its first 11 offensive plays.
SATURDAY APRIL 14
LEHIGH VALLEY 25, Cedar Rapids 19 (2400) - The Steelhawks rallied from a 19-7 deficit. Xzavie Jackson made it 19-7 when he forced a fumble and recovered it for a TD. But two Bryan Randall touchdown passes to Isiejah Allen and a John Halman field goal gave Lehigh Valley the come-from behind victory.
Bloomington 41, READING 31 - A week after carrying a lead into halftime, the winless Express opened a 12-point advantage in the fourth quarter. But the Edge scored 22 unanswered points in the fourth quarter to extend its winning streak to six games.
NEW MEXICO 44, Colorado 41 - Darius Marshall ran for 124 yards on 14 carries and scored three TDs for the Stars. A 9-yard TD pass from David Knighton to Jessie Poku with 29.1 seconds left made it 41-41, but the Stars had plenty of time to drive into chip-shot field goal range for Zeke Arevalo.
NEBRASKA 42, Wichita 27 - Wichita’s Tywon Hubbard burst up the middle on the first play of the second half for a 30-yard TD run to give the Wild their first lead. The Danger struck back on a 4-yard TD pass from Rocky Hinds to Kayne Farquharson, and went on to end a three-game skid and set a team record for fewest points allowed
Sioux Falls 52, ALLEN 45 - The Storm rallied from 18 points down, as QB Chris Dixon scored on a 3-yard rushing TD with 4:30 left to provide the final margin, and the defense held firm on fourth down deep in their own territory to seal the game in the final minute. Terrell Owens gave Allen a 44-38 lead with 11:53 left with an 8-yard TD catch.
UNITED CONFERENCE                          INTENSE CONFERENCE
Sioux Falls         6  0 0 1.000  423  258 Tri-Cities          7  0 0 1.000  397  291
Bloomington         6  1 0  .857  346  303 Allen               5  2 0  .714  390  303
GREEN BAY           5  1 0  .833  326  236 Colorado            4  3 0  .571  344  317
Lehigh Valley       4  2 0  .667  256  230 New Mexico          2  3 0  .400  204  221
Cedar Rapids        2  4 0  .333  190  271 Nebraska            2  4 0  .333  248  281
Omaha               2  4 0  .333  270  298 Wyoming             2  5 0  .286  330  401
Chicago             1  6 0  .143  308  376 Wichita             2  5 0  .286  275  343
Reading             0  6 0  .000  239  373 Everett             2  5 0  .286  298  360
WEEK NINE (Bye - Allen, Lehigh Valley, Wichita, Colorado. Everett, Tri-Cities)
FRIDAY APRIL 20
WYOMING 50, New Mexico 46 - Keithen Valentine scored on a 2-yard TD pass from Matt Strand with 54.4 seconds remaining to lift the Cavalry. The Stars released four players allegedly involved in a post-game fight. Darius Marshall, Tray Hardaway, Eric Martinear, and Marcus Smith allegedly assaulted a Cavalry player.
SATURDAY APRIL 21
CHICAGO 45, Green Bay 42 (5024) - Juice Williams completed a 4-yard TD pass to Shatone Powers with 21 seconds left as Chicago upset the Blizzard. LaRon Council scored three second-half rushing TDs for Green Bay, who regained the lead on a Council 3-yard scamper with 1:16 left before Williams led the Slaughter back.
BLOOMINGTON 46, Reading 39 (3641) - Dusty Burk threw for three TDs and ran for another to lead the Edge. Tim Bailey threw five touchdown passes for the Express, which lost to the Edge for the second straight week and third time this season. He was intercepted four times.
Omaha 50, CEDAR RAPIDS 44 - Cedar Rapids beat Omaha in TDs, 7-5, but failed to convert extra points on six of their seven tries while new Omaha K Gary Cismesia coverted all his PAT attempts, plus all three of his four field goal tries as Omaha came on strong in the second half to down Cedar Rapids before another capacity crowd.
SIOUX FALLS 76, Nebraska 49 - A 54-yard kickoff TD return by Korey Williams opened the game for the Storm. It was a seven-point game early in the third quarter, but the Storm intercepted two passes in the end zone to help it put the game away with a 35-7 run. QB Chris Dixon passed for six TDs and ran for three more for the Storm.
UNITED CONFERENCE                          INTENSE CONFERENCE
Sioux Falls         7  0 0 1.000  499  307 Tri-Cities          7  0 0 1.000  397  291
Bloomington         7  1 0  .875  392  342 Allen               5  2 0  .714  390  303
GREEN BAY           5  2 0  .714  368  281 Colorado            4  3 0  .571  344  317
Lehigh Valley       4  2 0  .667  256  230 Wyoming             3  5 0  .375  380  447
Omaha               3  4 0  .429  320  342 New Mexico          2  4 0  .333  250  271
Cedar Rapids        2  5 0  .286  234  321 Nebraska            2  5 0  .286  297  357
Chicago             2  6 0  .250  353  418 Wichita             2  5 0  .286  275  343
Reading             0  7 0  .000  278  419 Everett             2  5 0  .286  298  360
WEEK TEN
FRIDAY APRIL 27
TRI-CITIES 37, New Mexico 20 (3725) - The Fever defense recorded five sacks, seven tackles-for-loss, and two interceptions and allowed just two TDs. The Stars were held to just three second-half points. QB Houston Lillard completed 16 of 22 passes for 182 yards and three TDs and added a rushing touchdown.
NEBRASKA 68, Everett 59 - The Danger had 143 yards rushing and 141 passing. RB Daniel Libre led the Danger rushing attack with 91 yards and two TDs, while QB Rocky Hinds added 52 yards and three TDs. QB Shane Austin kept Everett in the game, completing 19 of 44 pass attempts for 231 yards and seven TDs.
MOVING TO CIFL (1): Northern Kentucky River Monsters (as Muncie River Monsters) FOLDED (1): Saginaw Sting
FROM SIFL (1): Erie Explosion FROM CIFL (2): Cincinnati Commandos, Marion Blue Racers EXPANSION (9): Danville Dragons, Kentucky (Highland Heights) Monsters, Carolina (Raleigh) Aviators, Tennessee (Chattanooga) Rail Runners, Florida (Estero) Tarpons, Lakeland Raiders, Mississippi (Tupelo) Hound Dogs, Rome Rampage, Western Pennsylvania (Johnstown) Sting
NOTE: On January 19th 2012, the newly-formed United Indoor Football League acquired the assets of the Ultimate Indoor Football League from Cecil VanDyke and Assured Equities IV.  The teams in the new league were: Erie Explosion, Marion Blue Racers, Cincinnati Commandos, Western PA Sting (Travel Team), Johnstown General, Eastern KY Drillers, Rome Rampage (Travel team), Mississippi Hound Dogs, Florida Tarpons, Lakeland Raiders, Huntington Hammer. The Canton Cougars, Danville Dragons, Tennessee Rail Runners, Kentucky Monsters and Carolina Aviators were dropped. Huntington dropped out (January 25th).
WEEK ONE (Bye - Florida, Lakeland)
THURSDAY MARCH 1
ERIE 81, Western PA 7 (1200) - Colton Hansen looked a lot like the original. Hansen, following on the heels of Adam DiMichele's 91-touchdown season in 2011, threw for eight TDs and ran for another and the Explosion added two defensive TDs. Tirone Morris caught five of Hansen's TD passes, and A.J. Harris caught three.
SATURDAY MARCH 3
CINCINNATI 49, Johnstown 28 (1483) - Brandon Boehm set new Commandos records with nine receptions and 119 yards as Cincinnati opened its third season with a win as they  took control late in the second quarter as interceptions by Santino Turnbow and Corry Stewart. QB Tyler Sheehan finished with 287 yards and seven TDs.
Rome 35, MISSISSIPPI 30 (2387) - The Hound Dogs saw an 11-point lead evaporate in the final 7 1⁄2 minutes, as
Rome scored two TDs and a safety after the home team had taken a 30-19 lead early in the fourth. The Hound Dogs saw three of their final six offensive plays end in tournovers - two fumbled snaps and a safety.
MARION 54, E. Kentucky 47 (1100) - Stopping the Drillers on four straight plays from inside the Blue Racers 15 helped Marion win its first-ever UIFL game.  An incomplete pass followed by a QB sacks pushed the ball back to the Marion 15. Two more passes fell incomplete and the Blue Racers ran out the clock.
NORTHERN CONFERENCE                        SOUTHERN CONFERENCE
Marion              1  0 0 1.000   54   47 Rome                1  0 0 1.000   35   30
Cincinnati          1  0 0 1.000   49   28 Florida             0  0 0  .000    0    0
Erie                1  0 0 1.000   81    7 Lakeland            0  0 0  .000    0    0
Johnstown           0  1 0  .000   28   49 Mississippi         0  1 0  .000   30   35
W. Pennsylvania     0  1 0  .000    7   81 E. Kentucky         0  1 0  .000   47   54
WEEK TWO
FRIDAY MARCH 9
FLORIDA 58, Mississippi 35 (4122) - Behind six TD passes from Brian Harris and a stifling defense led by Larry Ford, Florida has plenty to build on. Harris and WR Donald Fusilier hooked up for four TDs, two in the first half and two in the second. Ford, Darrell Roseman and Harold Moore combined for eight sacks and forced two safeties.
Cincinnati 64, E. KENTUCKY 51 - Tyler Sheehan threw for five of his eight TDs in Cincinnati’s 30-point second quarter. The victory extends Cincinnati’s winning streak to 15 games and ends the Drillers’ eight-game home streak. It was the first-ever loss in the Eastern Kentucky Exposition Center for Eastern Kentucky.
SATURDAY MARCH 10
JOHNSTOWN 39, Erie 37 (1125) - A week after three interceptions crippled their chances against Cincinnat, Johnstown did not turn the ball over once. When the Generals were called on to hold off Erie late in the fourth while nursing a 39-37 lead, two turnovers forced by the Johnstown defense preserved the win
LAKELAND 63, Rome 24 (2000) - Lakeland scored the first 48 points of the game and never looked back in winning its first UIFL game. Tavares Woodley threw for 160 yards and six TDs in the win. The Raiders defense had six sacks and forced Rome QB Jamaris Walden to miss his first 13 passes, two being intercepted.
MARION 68, Western PA 27 - Marion scored 48 of the game’s first 54 points to stay perfect. QB Josh Harris completed 17 of his 26 passes for 208 yards and four TDs and added an one-yard run as the Blue Racers registered four rushing scores. Western PA WR Art Beck finished with 108 yards on 10 catches to lead the Sting.
NORTHERN CONFERENCE                        SOUTHERN CONFERENCE
Cincinnati          2  0 0 1.000  113   79 Lakeland            1  0 0 1.000   63   24
Marion              2  0 0 1.000  122   71 Florida             1  0 0 1.000   58   35
Erie                1  1 0  .500  118   46 Rome                1  1 0  .500   59   93
Johnstown           1  1 0  .500   67   86 Mississippi         0  2 0  .000   65   93
W. Pennsylvania     0  2 0  .000   34  149 E. Kentucky         0  2 0  .000   98  118
WEEK THREE (Bye - Cincinnati, Erie, Johnsontown, Western PA, Rome, Florida)
SATURDAY MARCH 17
LAKELAND 75, Mississippi 29 (2826) - Travis Anderson rushed for a UIFL-record five TDs. He ran just 11 times rushing for 85 yards, averaging 7.27 yards per carry. Anderson set the tone on the team's first play with a 12-yard TD. Three of his five TDs came in the second half. Lakeland' soffense only ran 19 plays, Mississippi ran 61 plays.
SUNDAY MARCH 18
E. KENTUCKY 61, Marion 47 - Eastern Kentucky scored 31 fourth-quarter points, including the final 17. RB Maurice Douse scored five TDs, three receiving, in the win. Marion raced out to score the first 18 points, including a UIFL-tying 55-yard FG by Trey Kramer. QB Josh Harris threw for 177 yards with three TDs and three interceptions.
NORTHERN CONFERENCE                        SOUTHERN CONFERENCE
Cincinnati          2  0 0 1.000  113   79 Lakeland            2  0 0 1.000  138   53
Marion              2  1 0  .667  169  132 Florida             1  0 0 1.000   58   35
Erie                1  1 0  .500  118   46 Rome                1  1 0  .500   59   93
Johnstown           1  1 0  .500   67   86 E. Kentucky         1  2 0  .333  159  165
W. Pennsylvania     0  2 0  .000   34  149 Mississippi         0  3 0  .000   94  168
WEEK FOUR
FRIDAY MARCH 23
ERIE 88, Western PA 34 (3200) - Erie QB A.J. McKenna accounted for 297 yards of total offense, including 282 through the air, and all 11 of the Explosion's offensive TDs. He threw seven scoring passes to four different receivers and scored on all four of his rushing attempts. The defense chipped in nine sacks and one TD.
MISSISSIPPI 53, Rome 6 - Jami Boland threw for seven TDs and the Hound Dogs defense was stifling. Boland completed 13 of 19 passes for 165 yards and threw three TDs each to Roderick Jefferson and Reggie Ellis. The
defense held the visiting Rampage to 75 yards total offense. 30 yards came on Rome's final drive.
SATURDAY MARCH 24
CINCINNATI 104, Huntington 12 - Tyler Sheehan set a team record and tied a league mark with 10 passing TDs as the Commandos set new UIFL and franchise scoring records. The previous UIFL record was set Friday as Erie racked up 88 against Western Pennsylvania. Sheehan needed just 14 passes to reach his scoring total.
MARION 41, Johnstown 19 (1000) - The Blue Racers scored the final 17 points once Johnstown pulled to within four points in the fourth. Marion Josh Harris was 11-of-19 for 109 yards and two TDs. Johnstown QB Andre Coles finished with 171 yards with two TDs and two interceptions. Toheeb Akinola led the Generals with 12 tackles.
SUNDAY MARCH 25
FLORIDA 62, Lakeland 47 (3718) - The Tarpons recovered two onside kicks, kicked two kickoffs through the uprights for points and even had a defensive score. QB Brian Harris threw for 240 yards and six TDs, while
Lakeland quarterback Tavarus Woodley pass for 147 yards and five scores.
NORTHERN CONFERENCE                        SOUTHERN CONFERENCE
Cincinnati          3  0 0 1.000  217   91 Florida             2  0 0 1.000  120   82
Marion              3  1 0  .750  210  151 Lakeland            2  1 0  .667  185  115
Erie                2  1 0  .667  206   80 Rome                1  2 0  .333   65  146
Johnstown           1  2 0  .333   86  127 E. Kentucky         1  2 0  .333  159  165
W. Pennsylvania     0  3 0  .000   68  237 Mississippi         1  3 0  .250  147  174
WEEK FIVE (Bye - Marion, Cincinnati, Rome, Lakeland)
FRIDAY MARCH 30
Florida 45, MISSISSIPPI 22 - Donald Fusilier caught three TD passes , while Carlos Singleton and Charles Walker also snagged a TD pass for the Tarpons. Russ Gornall added a 47-yard FG and converted six XPs. On defense, defensive end Larry Ford registered a sack, a forced fumble and a fumble recovery.
JOHNSTOWN 46, Western PA 30 - Xavier Thomas hauled in a pair of second-half TDs from Andre Coles while Jason Goode intercepted Sting QB Rod Rutherford and recovered a fumble late in the fourth to preserve the win, –the first for coach Avery Hawkins, who took over duties when Quenteen Robinson stepped down to play.
SUNDAY APRIL 1
ERIE 58, E. Kentucky 38 (1431) - It took the first play for A.J. McKenna to find Tirone Morris for a TD for Erie to send a message to the Drillers. McKenna threw five TD passes, four to Morris, and ran for two more as the Explosion erupted for a 40-18 first half lead en route to the easy win.
NORTHERN CONFERENCE                        SOUTHERN CONFERENCE
Cincinnati          3  0 0 1.000  217   91 Florida             3  0 0 1.000  165  104
Marion              3  1 0  .750  210  151 Lakeland            2  1 0  .667  185  115
Erie                3  1 0  .750  264  118 Rome                1  2 0  .333   65  146
Johnstown           2  2 0  .500  132  157 E. Kentucky         1  3 0  .250  107  223
W. Pennsylvania     0  4 0  .000   98  283 Mississippi         1  4 0  .200  169  219
WEEK SIX (Bye - Erie, E. Kentucky)
FRIDAY APRIL 6
FLORIDA 60, Rome 7 (4174) - New QB Chris Wallace finished his first game as a Tarpon with 307 yards and eight TD passes. The first play was a TD pass to WR Donal Fusilier, who finished the game with three TD catches. WR Carlos Singleton added four more in the rout.
SATURDAY APRIL 7
Lakeland 60, MISSISSIPPI 12 (1415) - Only a late TD on a busted let Mississippi avoid the worst home loss in local indoor pro football history. The worst home loss for a local team: The Tupelo FireAnts in 2002 lost by 49 (73-24) to Ohio Valley. Lakeland's DeAngelo Woodie returned a pair of interceptions 40-plus yards for TDs
Marion 56, JOHNSTOWN 23 - Behind six TD passes from Josh Harris and a defense that didn’t allow a point until the fourth quarter, the Blue Racers handed Johnstown its first home loss since April 1st 2011. Earlier in the week, Generals owner Jeff Bollinger acknowledged that his players and coaches have not been paid for some time.
CINCINNATI 76, Western PA 20 - Tyler Sheehan threw for five TDs and ran for another as the Commandos remained unbeaten. Sheehan added six two-point conversions. Nez Mincy and Mack Ogletree had two TD catches apiece. Demetrius McCray, in his first game, had 32 yards rushing with two TDs and one receiving score.
NORTHERN CONFERENCE                        SOUTHERN CONFERENCE
Cincinnati          4  0 0 1.000  293  111 Florida             4  0 0 1.000  225  111
Marion              4  1 0  .800  266  174 Lakeland            3  1 0  .750  245  127
Erie                3  1 0  .750  264  118 Rome                1  3 0  .250   72  206
Johnstown           2  3 0  .400  155  213 E. Kentucky         1  3 0  .250  107  223
W. Pennsylvania     0  5 0  .000  118  359 Mississippi         1  5 0  .167  181  279
WEEK SEVEN (Bye - Cincinnati, Western PA, Mississippi, Marion)
FRIDAY APRIL 13
E. KENTUCKY 82, Rome 20 - Eastern Kentucky WR Aric Evans tied a league record with six receiving TDs. Evans hauled in three scoring strikes from Allan Holland during a game-opening stretch in which Eastern Kentucky
scored the first 36 points of the game. Holland completed 13-of-16 from 289 yards and eight touchdowns.
ERIE 60, Johnstown 27 (1500) - A.J. McKenna threw six TD passes, but the biggest number for Erie was five. That's the five men up front who put pressure on Johnstown QB Andre Coles. CB A.J. Saunders was the big beneficiary of the pressure, as he picked off three passes, and returned one 10 yards for a TD for a 54-13 lead.
SATURDAY APRIL 14
Florida 59, LAKELAND 51 (6000) - Even a pre-game speech from Lakeland native Ray Lewis couldn't help Lakeland, as Florida QB Chris Wallace threw for 246 yards and five TDs. Tarpons FB Steve Gorrie ran for two TDs. Lakeland had its chances late cutting the lead to just one possession four different times.
NORTHERN CONFERENCE                        SOUTHERN CONFERENCE
Cincinnati          4  0 0 1.000  293  111 Florida             5  0 0 1.000  284  162
Marion              4  1 0  .800  266  174 Lakeland            3  2 0  .600  296  186
Erie                4  1 0  .800  324  145 E. Kentucky         2  3 0  .400  189  243
Johnstown           2  4 0  .333  182  273 Rome                1  4 0  .200   92  288
W. Pennsylvania     0  5 0  .000  118  359 Mississippi         1  5 0  .167  181  279
WEEK EIGHT
SATURDAY APRIL 21
MARION 98, Huntington 6 - Josh Harris threw for nine TD and ran for one as the Blue Racers set new Marion indoor scoring record. Harris finished the game 15-of-22 for 242 yards and nine TDs. DL Lambert Budzinski recorded a UIFL record 15 tackles, and Raymond Saunders picked up a UIFL record six sacks.
E. Kentucky 60, MISSISSIPPI 25 (780) - The Hound Dogs fell to 1-6 in their inaugural season before a season-low crowd. The UIFL announced on April 24th it is assisting the franchise for the remainder of the season, in order to complete their games. The move was necessary due to financial difficulties by the team owner.
SUNDAY APRIL 22
Cincinnati 55, ERIE 34 (2298) - The Commandos built a 27-1 halftime lead on Tyler Sheehan's four TD passes and a  defense that held the league's second-ranked offense to Dustin Zink's one-point kick and 86 net yards. Cincinnati extended its franchise's winning streak to 19 straight and improved to 31-1 in two-plus seasons.
NORTHERN CONFERENCE                        SOUTHERN CONFERENCE
Cincinnati          5  0 0 1.000  348  145 Florida             5  0 0 1.000  284  162
Marion              5  1 0  .833  364  180 Lakeland            3  2 0  .600  296  186
Erie                4  2 0  .667  358  200 E. Kentucky         3  3 0  .500  249  268
Johnstown           2  4 0  .333  182  273 Rome                1  4 0  .200   92  288
W. Pennsylvania     0  5 0  .000  118  359 Mississippi         1  6 0  .143  206  339
NOTE: The American Indoor Football Association (AIFA), which was dormant in 2011, announced it would be relaunching as American Indoor Football. EXPANSION (10): Cape Fear (Fayetteville) Heroes, Maryland (Laurel) Reapers, Virginia (Fredericksburg) Badgers, Arizona (Prescott Valley) Outlaws, California (Sacramento) Eagles, Ontario (CA) Warriors, Sin City (Las Vegas) Blackjacks (became Nevada Lynx), Stockton Lightning (folded), Macon Steel, Carolina Force, Tri-State (Baltimore) Redhawks, North Alameda Knights FROM SIFL (1): Harrisburg Stampede NOTE: Virginia and Tri-State are considered "affiliate" members, and will not play a full schedule. Virginia, Tri-State and N. Alameda will be road teams in 2012.
WEEK ONE
THURSDAY MARCH 2
ARIZONA 40, Nevada 16 (600) - The Outlaws took an early 8-0 lead going into the second quarter thanks to a rushing TD Roosevelt Ross. In the second quarter, Telford Chapman threw a TD to Jones to give the hosts a 16-0 halftime lead. Arizona started to pull away from Las Vegas in the third quarter, as Chapman threw two more TDs.
SUNDAY MARCH 4
ONTARIO 47, California 31 - The Eagles started quickly when QB Chad Elliott threw a 19-yard TD pass to Ruben Jackson on their first possession. California trailed just 34-31 at halftime, but couldn't score again. Elliott, who is playing for his third different Stockton-based arena football franchise, went 25 for 44 for 240 yards and four TDs.
EAST COAST                                 WEST COAST                                
Harrisburg          0  0 0  .000    0    0 Arizona             1  0 0 1.000   40   16
Virginia            0  0 0  .000    0    0 Ontario             1  0 0 1.000   47   31
Maryland            0  0 0  .000    0    0 North Alameda       0  0 0  .000    0    0
Cape Fear           0  0 0  .000    0    0 California          0  1 0  .000   31   47
Macon               0  0 0  .000    0    0 Nevada              0  1 0  .000   16   40
Carolina            0  0 0  .000    0    0
Tri-State           0  0 0  .000    0    0
WEEK TWO
THURSDAY MARCH 8
Ontario 84, ARIZONA 50 - Ontario outscored the Outlaws 20-6 in the second quarter to take a commanding 40-18 halftime edge.Arizona rallied, and was trailing 78-50 in the final minute. Arizona's last drive fell short, as Outlaws quarterback Telford Chapman tossed an interception that the Warriors returned for a score.
SUNDAY MARCH 11
CALIFORNIA 78, Nevada 25 (1500) - Chad Elliott threw seven TDs in three quarters to fuel an win. His first two passes went for TDs, and threw 10 straight completions for 170 yards and six TDs before his first incompletion in the third quarter. Lynx QB Ivan Williams finished 5 of 19 for 83 yards with two TDs and three interceptions.
EAST COAST                                 WEST COAST                                
Harrisburg          0  0 0  .000    0    0 Ontario             2  0 0 1.000  131   81
Virginia            0  0 0  .000    0    0 Arizona             1  1 0  .500   90  100
Maryland            0  0 0  .000    0    0 California          1  1 0  .500  109   72
Cape Fear           0  0 0  .000    0    0 North Alameda       0  0 0  .000    0    0
Macon               0  0 0  .000    0    0 Nevada              0  2 0  .000   41  118
Carolina            0  0 0  .000    0    0
Tri-State           0  0 0  .000    0    0
WEEK THREE
THURSDAY MARCH 15
California 68, ARIZONA 44 - The Outlaws lost their second straight despite six TDs from Kevin Breaker. He had three first-half TDs that helped hand Arizona to an early 26-22 lead. The Eagles rallied to lead 48-32 entering the fourth and scored 20 points to counter two late scores from Breaker and walk away with the victory.
SATURDAY MARCH 17
CAROLINA 70, Maryland 48 -
EAST COAST                                 WEST COAST                                
Carolina            1  0 0 1.000   70   48 Ontario             2  0 0 1.000  131   81
Virginia            0  0 0  .000    0    0 California          2  1 0  .667  177  116
Tri-State           0  0 0  .000    0    0 Arizona             1  2 0  .333  134  168
Cape Fear           0  0 0  .000    0    0 North Alameda       0  0 0  .000    0    0
Macon               0  0 0  .000    0    0 Nevada              0  2 0  .000   41  118
Harrisburg          0  0 0  .000    0    0
Maryland            0  1 0  .000   48   70
WEEK FOUR
SATURDAY MARCH 24
Carolina 45, MACON 38 - The visiting Force robbed the Steel of a victory, with a 30-yard TD pass from Shayne Milligan to Julius Gregory with 18 seconds to go. The Steel rallied from a 37-9 deficit at the end of the third quarter to lead 38-37 with 25 seconds left before Carolina’s score with only a few seconds remaining.
CAPE FEAR 92, Maryland 20 - The Heroes, who have a lot of personnel from their immediate predecessors, the Fayetteville Guard, saw QBs Patrick Pinkney and Garrett Sutphen combine to complete 14 of 15 passes. Pinkney played the first half as the Heroes led 64-6 at the break. Sutphen completed 9 of 10 passes in the second half.
SUNDAY MARCH 25
Ontario 80, ARIZONA 43 - Ontario went up 16-0 in the first quarter before the host team scored on a Telford Chatman pass to Cecil Elewaki. The Warriors immediately reestablished the gap when Vincent Joseph returned the ensuing kickoff for a TD. Ontario led 66-29 as the fourth began.
EAST COAST                                 WEST COAST                                
Carolina            2  0 0 1.000  115   86 Ontario             3  0 0 1.000  211  124
Cape Fear           1  0 0 1.000   92   20 California          2  1 0  .667  177  116
Tri-State           0  0 0  .000    0    0 Arizona             1  3 0  .250  177  248
Virginia            0  0 0  .000    0    0 North Alameda       0  0 0  .000    0    0
Harrisburg          0  0 0  .000    0    0 Nevada              0  2 0  .000   41  118
Macon               0  1 0  .000   38   45
Maryland            0  2 0  .000   68  162
WEEK FIVE
SATURDAY MARCH 31
CAPE FEAR 53, Macon 29 - Macon led 17-7 early in the second quarter, before the a run of 29 unanswered points put the Heroes up 36-17 in the third quarter. Cape Fear QB Patrick Pinkney completed 12 of 23 passes for 159 yards with four TDs and one interception.
SUNDAY APRIL 1
ONTARIO 56, California 27-
EAST COAST                                 WEST COAST
Carolina            2  0 0 1.000  115   86 Ontario             4  0 0 1.000  267  151
Cape Fear           2  0 0 1.000  145   49 California          2  2 0  .500  204  172
Tri-State           0  0 0  .000    0    0 Arizona             1  3 0  .250  177  248
Virginia            0  0 0  .000    0    0 North Alameda       0  0 0  .000    0    0
Harrisburg          0  0 0  .000    0    0 Nevada              0  2 0  .000   41  118
Macon               0  2 0  .000   67   98
Maryland            0  2 0  .000   68  162
WEEK SEVEN
SATURDAY APRIL 14
Tri-State 49, MARYLAND 36 -
HARRISBURG 70, Virginia 24 (at York, PA) - Saturday night's game was a test as to whether or not York could be a home for a future indoor football franchise. The field became an issue,  prompting both teams to agree on possessions only going toward the north end zone. Stampede QB E.J. Nemeth tossed six TD passes.
CAPE FEAR 41, Carolina 40 - A 35-yard TD pass from Shayne Milligan to Julius Gregory with 4:13 left closed the gap to one after the ensuing two-point conversion. But Carolina never touched the ball again on offense. QB Garrett Sutphen scrambled 11 yards for a first down with a minute remaining to seal the win for the Heroes.
EAST COAST                                 WEST COAST
Cape Fear           4  0 0 1.000  274  129 Ontario             4  0 0 1.000  267  151
Harrisburg          2  0 0 1.000  129   52 California          3  2 0  .600  268  198
Tri-State           1  0 0 1.000   49   36 Arizona             1  4 0  .200  203  312
Carolina            3  1 0  .750  209  140 North Alameda       0  0 0  .000    0    0
Virginia            0  2 0  .000   37  124 Nevada              0  2 0  .000   41  118
Macon               0  3 0  .000  107  186
Maryland            0  4 0  .000  132  270
WEEK EIGHT
SATURDAY APRIL 21
MARYLAND 53, Tri-State 36 -
HARRISBURG 62, Virginia 7 - The Stampede scored 42 unanswered points to remain perfect. QB E.J. Nemeth accounted for a total of eight TDs - five passing and three running - and the Harrisburg defense allowed Virginia
just 73 yards of total offense.
SUNDAY APRIL 22
Ontario at California (Cancelled)
EAST COAST                                 WEST COAST
Cape Fear           4  0 0 1.000  274  129 Ontario             4  0 0 1.000  267  151
Harrisburg          3  0 0 1.000  191   59 X-California        3  2 0  .600  268  198
MOVED: Tulsa Talons to San Antonio SUSPENDED: Dallas Vigilantes
WEEK ONE (Bye - JACKSONVILLE, KANSAS CITY, MILWAUKEE, NEW ORLEANS, PHILADELPHIA)
FRIDAY MARCH 9
Pittsburgh 40, ORLANDO 26 (13002) - After the AFL players union declared a strike, the Power released its entire 24-man roster just hours before kickoff. The Predators also fired all 24 of their players only to re-sign some. QB Andrico Hines threw six TDs, and Mike Washington caught nine passes for 166 yards and four TDs for the Power.
SATURDAY MARCH 10
San Jose 71, ARIZONA 70 (OT) (13733) - DB Ruschard Dodd-Masters broke up a two-point conversion pass in OT, and had an interception to set up a go-ahead TD for San Jose late in the fourth. To that point, Arizona had scored every time it got the ball. San Jose QB Mark Grieb completed 34 of 59 passes for 432 yards and nine TDs.
SAN ANTONIO 54, Utah 48 (6866) - The Talons won their San Antonio debut, as they scored the go-ahead TD with 53 seconds to play when Aaron Garcia connected with Jomo Wilson on the 34-yard score. Utah's final drive stalled without netting any points. Garcia passed for 341 yards with 8 touchdowns and just one interception.
SUNDAY, MARCH 11
CHICAGO 70, Tampa Bay 48 (9124) - Rush LB Kelvin Morris returned two interceptions for TDs. His second, a 28-yard return, put the Rush up by 22 with 5:41 left. His first return went 26 yards for the game’s first score. Chicago QB Russ Michna broke his own franchise record for touchdown passes in a game, tossing eight.
MONDAY, MARCH 12
GEORGIA 41, Cleveland 39 (6573) - Larry Shipp's three receiving TDs and a defensive effort that created five turnovers from the visiting Gladiators were enough to help the Force open up on the right note. Cleveland scored on Derik Steiner's 1-yard run, but the Gladiators couldn't recover the onside kickoff to complete the rally.
Iowa 69, SPOKANE 63 (8891) - With starting QB Erik Meyer knocked out of the game late in the fourth, Spokane made up a two-TD deficit, pulling even on Terrance Sanders’ 54-yard return of a missed field goal. In overtime, Iowa came up with an interception and J.J. Raterink tossed a 35-yard touchdown pass to Marco Thomas.
AMERICAN - SOUTH                           NATIONAL - CENTRAL
Georgia             1  0 0 1.000   41   39 Iowa                1  0 0 1.000   69   63
Jacksonville        0  0 0  .000    0    0 Chicago             1  0 0 1.000   70   48
New Orleans         0  0 0  .000    0    0 San Antonio         1  0 0 1.000   54   48
Tampa Bay           0  1 0  .000   48   70 Kansas City         0  0 0  .000    0    0
Orlando             0  1 0  .000   26   40 NATIONAL - WEST
AMERICAN - EAST                           San Jose            1  0 0 1.000   71   70
Pittsburgh          1  0 0 1.000   40   26 Arizona             0  1 0  .000   70   71
MILWAUKEE           0  0 0  .000    0    0 Utah                0  1 0  .000   48   54
Philadelphia        0  0 0  .000    0    0 Spokane             0  1 0  .000   63   69
Cleveland           0  1 0  .000   39   41
WEEK TWO (Bye - CHICAGO, CLEVELAND, ORLANDO, PITTSBURGH, SAN JOSE)
FRIDAY, MARCH 16
TAMPA BAY 50, Georgia 47 (16054) - The Force fell behind by as many as 21 points and still trailed 50-36 with 3:03 remaining, but two TD passes by R.J. Archer, surrounding a fumble recovery by Tracy Belton, gave Georgia a chance after the Force closed to within a FG with 12 seconds left. But the ensuing onside kick went out of bounds.
Jacksonville 52, KANSAS CITY 28 (5161) - Chris Leak threw for five TDs and the Sharks scored 38 unanswered points in the second half. The Command led 21-17 at halftime, but Terrance Smith ran for a 1-yard TD to put the Sharks ahead, and they never looked back. Jacksonville’s Bill Alford returned an interception 40 yards for a TD.
SATURDAY, MARCH 17
ARIZONA 71, Milwaukee 65 (7558) - Maurice Purify caught a 1-yard TD pass with four seconds left for the winning points. Arizona QB Nick Davila, the AFL MVP last season, completed 25 of 36 passes for 376 yards and nine TDs. Mustangs QB Gino Guidugli thew for 364 yards and five TDs, but K Lindsey Wolfe missing five XP attempts.
Spokane 63, SAN ANTONIO 60 (7022) - QB Adam Froman accounted for two fourth-quarter TDs, one passing and one rushing, to lead Spokane. Froman sprinted in for a 36-yard TD to put the Shock ahead 63-54 with 2:28 left. Froman, playing in place of the injured Erik Meyer, threw for 227 yards and six TDs and ran for two more.
Utah 69, IOWA 49 (8258) - The Barnstormers forced a fumble on the first play and took a quick 7-0 lead, but Utah QB Tommy Grady passed for 282 yards and five TDs to ruin the home debut of Iowa coach Mike Hohensee. Iowa QB J.J. Raterink completed 21-of-36 passes for 261 yards and six TD, but was sacked an AFL-record 10 times.
SUNDAY, MARCH 18
Philadelphia 63, NEW ORLEANS 62 (5307) - Donovan Morgan caught a 2-yard TD with 17 seconds left to give the Soul the win, which was preserved when Bryan Robinson blocked a 40-yard FG by Josh Shene on the final play. Soul WR/KR Jeff Hughley set a franchise record with 360 all-purpose yards and three TDs.
AMERICAN - SOUTH                           NATIONAL - CENTRAL
Jacksonville        1  0 0 1.000   52   28 Chicago             1  0 0 1.000   70   48
Georgia             1  1 0  .500   88   89 Iowa                1  1 0  .500  118  132
Tampa Bay           1  1 0  .500   98  117 San Antonio         1  1 0  .500  114  111
New Orleans         0  1 0  .000   62   64 Kansas City         0  1 0  .000   28   52
Orlando             0  1 0  .000   26   40 NATIONAL - WEST
AMERICAN - EAST                           San Jose            1  0 0 1.000   71   70
Pittsburgh          1  0 0 1.000   40   26 Arizona             1  1 0  .500  141  136
Philadelphia        1  0 0 1.000   62   62 Utah                1  1 0  .500  117  103
MILWAUKEE           0  1 0  .000   65   71 Spokane             1  1 0  .500  126  129
Cleveland           0  1 0  .000   39   41
WEEK THREE (Bye - ARIZONA, IOWA, SAN ANTONIO, SPOKANE, TAMPA BAY)
THURSDAY, MARCH 22
CHICAGO 51, Orlando 49 (6148) - Russ Michna passed five times to Reggie Gray for TDs, as the Rush remained perfect. With the Rush up 51-42 with 20 seconds left, Collin Drafts threw a TD pass to pull the Predators within two points. Orlando recovered the ensuing onside kick, but the ball didn't travel the requisite 10 yards.
FRIDAY, MARCH 23
Milwaukee 65, NEW ORLEANS 42 (4930) - The VooDoo extended their home skid to 12 games thanks to 15 penalties and three turnovers. The Mustangs were led by Marcus Everett, who had rushing and receiving TDs on offense and an interception return for a TD on defense. VooDoo QB Kurt Rocco passed for 343 yards and 5 TDs.
Philadelphia 84, PITTSBURGH 59 (7094) - The Soul scored the most points in a single game in franchise history, as Donovan Morgan had 12 receptions and four TDs. Derrick Ross ran for three TDs, and QB Dan threw for 207 yards, seven TDs and two interceptions. Power QB Bill Stull threw for 299 yards, six TDs and three interceptions.
CLEVELAND 49, Kansas City 39 (6573) - Gladiators QB John Dutton completed 22-of-40 passes for 170 yards and five TDs, two each to Dominick Goodman and Thyron Lewis. Derik Steiner ran for two TDs. For the Command, Nate Davis threw for 194 yards and five TDs on 17-of-42 passing. He was intercepted three times.
SATURDAY, MARCH 24
Georgia 69, JACKSONVILLE 41 (10142) - Sharks QB Omar Jacobs stumbled in his first AFL start, as he had four turnovers in the first half. He finished with 258 yards and five TDs. Force QB RJ Archer and Larry Shipp hooked up for TDs five times in the first half. Archer completed 26-of-39 for eight TDs and no interceptions on the night.
UTAH 60, San Jose 59 (8128) - Aaron Lesue's four TDs and 125 yards on 15 catches propelled the Blaze to the win, as QB Tommy Grady threw for 339 yards and seven TDs as the Blaze went 7-of-8 within the red zone. Jacob Harfman's 38-yard game-winning FG attempt for San Jose as time expired missed wide right.
AMERICAN - SOUTH                           NATIONAL - CENTRAL
Georgia             2  1 0  .667  157  130 Chicago             2  0 0 1.000  121   97
Jacksonville        1  1 0  .500   93   97 Iowa                1  1 0  .500  118  132
Tampa Bay           1  1 0  .500   98  117 San Antonio         1  1 0  .500  114  111
New Orleans         0  2 0  .000  104  129 Kansas City         0  2 0  .000   67  101
Orlando             0  2 0  .000   75   91 NATIONAL - WEST
AMERICAN - EAST                           Utah                2  1 0  .667  201  195
Philadelphia        2  0 0 1.000  146  121 Arizona             1  1 0  .500  141  136
Pittsburgh          1  1 0  .500   99  110 San Jose            1  1 0  .500  130  130
MILWAUKEE           1  1 0  .500  130  113 Spokane             1  1 0  .500  126  129
Cleveland           1  1 0  .500   88   80
WEEK FOUR (Bye - GEORGIA)
THURSDAY, MARCH 29
Arizona 56, KANSAS CITY 28 (2833) - Arizona limited the Command to one TD in the second half. After Kansas City went up 21-14 in the second quarter, the Rattlers scored the next 29 points. Rattler QB Nick Davila threw for seven TDs and nearly 300 yards. For the third straight game, the Command failed to score in the third quarter.
MILWAUKEE 63, Pittsburgh 40 (3316) - A week after being named the AFL Ironman of the Week, Mustang LB Marcus Everett intercepted two passes, recovered a fumble and two onside kicks. Two of his turnovers led to first quarter Milwaukee TDs, while his third-quarter interception return for a touchdown helped solidify a Mustangs win.
San Antonio 47, ORLANDO 34 - Forcing two fumbles and getting an interception in its own end zone, the Talons pitched a second-half shutout. QB Aaron Garcia finished 22 of 35 passing for 317 yards and six TDs, four to Carl Moore. Orlando QB Collin Drafts was 25-of-38, threw for 232 yards, and four touchdowns.
FRIDAY, MARCH 30
TAMPA BAY 71, Jacksonville 69 (8446) - Tampa Bay’s Prechae Rodriguez caught a one-yard TD pass as time expired for the win. Bernard Morris threw a 42-yard TD pass to Terrance Smith with 4.5 seconds left to give the Sharks a a 69-65 lead. A pass interference call put the Storm on the 1-yard line, setting up Rodriguez's 5th TD.
San Jose 69, SPOKANE 35 (8830) - Mark Grieb finished 28-of-41 for 315 yards and eight total TDs (one rushing) in the SaberCats first road win since April 16, 2011. WR Ben Nelson caught three TDs for the third consecutive game. The Sabrecat defense forced three turnovers and sacked Shock QB Adam Froman four times.
SATURDAY, MARCH 31
Chicago 62, IOWA 61 (OT) (8472) - In OT, Iowa had possession first and scored on a J.J. Raterink 14-yard TD pass to Chris Matthews. K Craig Camay missed the XP. Chicago tied the game on a 1-yard TD run by former Barnstormer J.J. Payne. Mike Salerno nailed the PAT through the uprights to keep the Rush perfect.
New Orleans 72, UTAH 57 (10078) - The 72 points for the VooDoo was the most points scored by the team since 2008. The VooDoo received a career performance from QB Kurt Rocco, who threw for 373 yards and 9 TDs, both new franchise marks, and Alvin Ray Jackson tied the team record for most interceptions in a game with 3.
SUNDAY, APRIL 1
Cleveland 68, PHILADELPHIA 62 (15328) - Cleveland’s John Dutton passed for 305 yards and nine TDs, while WR Dominick Goodman had 11 receptions for 121 yards and five TDs, to ruin Philadelphia's home opener. Soul QB Dan Raudabaugh was 19-of-29 for 207 yards, seven TDs and two interceptions.
AMERICAN - SOUTH                           NATIONAL - CENTRAL
Georgia             2  1 0  .667  157  130 Chicago             3  0 0 1.000  183  158
Tampa Bay           2  1 0  .667  169  186 San Antonio         2  1 0  .667  161  145
Jacksonville        1  2 0  .333  162  168 Iowa                1  2 0  .333  179  194
New Orleans         1  2 0  .333  176  186 Kansas City         0  3 0  .000   95  157
Orlando             0  3 0  .000  109  138 NATIONAL - WEST
AMERICAN - EAST                           San Jose            2  1 0  .667  199  165
Philadelphia        2  1 0  .667  208  189 Arizona             2  1 0  .667  197  164
Cleveland           2  1 0  .667  156  142 Utah                2  2 0  .500  258  267
MILWAUKEE           2  1 0  .667  193  153 Spokane             1  2 0  .333  161  198
Pittsburgh          1  2 0  .333  139  173
WEEK FIVE (Bye - JACKSONVILLE, MILWAUKEE, UTAH)
FRIDAY, APRIL 6 
Iowa 55, PITTSBURGH 42 (4491) - The Power's Andrico Hines threw four interceptions, as Pittsburgh also playerd without WR/LB Lonnell DeWalt, who has been suspended by coach Chris Siegfried. The game attracted 4,491 people, the smallest in the Power`s two seasons.  The teams combined for five TDs in the final four minutes.
SAN JOSE 76, San Antonio 53 (10117) - The SaberCats scored 28 straights points, including two TD in the final 20 seconds of the first half, for the win. QB Mark Grieb threw for 269 yards and six TDs and also ran for a TD. WR Ben Nelson had his fourth straight three-TD game and Huey Whittaker also caught three TD passes.
ARIZONA 57, Spokane 53 (6897) - Spokane led 53-50 and faced third-and-goal at the Rattlers’ 5, but botched the C-QB exchange and Arizona’s Glen Fox recovered with 1 minute left. Arizona QB Nick Davila’s TD pass to Kerry Reed with 5 seconds left gave the Rattlers the shocking win and a tie for first in National West.
NEW ORLEANS 66, Tampa Bay 47 (8677) - The victory for the VooDoo was its first at home since May 30th 2008. Storm QB Stephen Wasil passed for 310 yards and seven TDs but also had three interceptions. New Orleans QB Kurt Rocco completed 24-of-35 passes for 305 yards and five TDs.  The Voodoo added three TDs on the ground.
SATURDAY, APRIL 7
CHICAGO 69, Kansas City 40 (5854) - The Rush scored 35 straight points in the first half en route to a franchise-best 4-0 start. New Command QB Matt Gutierrez, acquired this week from Arizona, finished 23 of 39 for 258 yards, five TDs and two interceptions. Rush QB Russ Michna threw for 311 yards, seven TDs and no interceptions.
Philadelphia 92, GEORGIA 42 (3868) - Georgia turned the ball over five times overall and watched Philadelphia return three interceptions for TDs. Georgia also fumbled four times, losing two that set up Philadelphia TDs as the Force allowed a franchise record 92 points. Soul QB Dan Raudabaugh passed for 272 yards and six TDs.
SUNDAY, APRIL 8
CLEVELAND 41, Orlando 24 (4149) - QB John Dutton threw for five TD passes as Cleveland won a penalty-filled game. Three of those TD passes went to WR Dominick Goodman, who added a 2-yard scoring run with 6:58 left, giving the Gladiators a 10-point lead. Orlando QB Collin Drafts threw three TD passes, but also two interceptions.
AMERICAN - SOUTH                           NATIONAL - CENTRAL
Georgia             2  2 0  .500  199  222 Chicago             4  0 0 1.000  252  198
Tampa Bay           2  2 0  .500  216  252 San Antonio         2  2 0  .500  214  221
New Orleans         2  2 0  .500  242  233 Iowa                2  2 0  .500  234  236
Jacksonville        1  2 0  .333  162  168 Kansas City         0  4 0  .000  135  226
Orlando             0  4 0  .000  133  179 NATIONAL - WEST
AMERICAN - EAST                           San Jose            3  1 0  .750  275  218
Philadelphia        3  1 0  .750  300  231 Arizona             3  1 0  .750  254  217
Cleveland           3  1 0  .750  197  166 Utah                2  2 0  .500  258  267
MILWAUKEE           2  1 0  .667  193  153 Spokane             1  3 0  .250  214  255
Pittsburgh          1  3 0  .250  181  228
WEEK SIX (Bye - KANSAS CITY)
FRIDAY, APRIL 13
TAMPA BAY 69, Cleveland 48 (8686) - Stephen Wasil passed for six  TDs and ran for two more as Tampa Bay ended Cleveland's three-game winning streak. Cleveland was led by QB John Dutton’s 6 TD passes and Robert Redd’s 12 catches for 140 yards and three TDs. The Storm intercepted Dutton three times.
Utah 75, JACKSONVILLE 67 (9016) - Utah QB Tommy Grady was 29 for 38 for 325 yards and 10 TDs. The Sharks scored late in the fourth to close to within 68-67, but missed the XP. The Blaze recovered their ensuing onside kick, and scored two plays later. The Sharks still had time, but several passes in the end zone fell incomplete.
SAN ANTONIO 62, New Orleans 48 (10034) - The Talons won thanks to six second-half passing TDs by Aaron Garcia. The veteran, who last week threw his 1,000th scoring pass, tacked on another nine en route to a 26-of-38 performance for 287 yards, including three fourth-quarter TDs — two to Robert Quiroga.
SATURDAY, APRIL 14
IOWA 56, Arizona 54 (7921) - In a 4-hour game that featured a tornado warning, a lightning strike, a power outage and a fire alarm, the Barnstormers were able to maintain their focus well enough to win their second straight. Iowa QB J.J. Raterink finished the night completing 23 of 33 for 257 yards, 7 touchdowns and 0 interceptions.
GEORGIA 70, Chicago 49 (3442) - Georgia exploded for 49 first half points and toppled the AFL's last unbeaten team. QB RJ Archer threw for 205 yards and six TDs. Three of those scoring strikes went to Brandon McRae. Rush QB Russ Michna compiled 263 yards and four TD passes, but tossed four interceptions and lost a fumble.
SPOKANE 57, Milwaukee 26 (9876) - The Shock captured their first home win, as QB Kyle Rowley completed 20 passes on 26 attempts for the night with 214 yards and five TDs. Milwaukee's 26 points were the fewest points allowed by the Shock since joining the Arena Football League in 2010.
PITTSBURGH 57, Orlando 54 (OT) (4464) - Up 41-17 at halftime, the Predators looked to be in line for the team's first win. However, Pittsburgh orchestrated the largest comeback in AFL history, recovering from a 31-point deficit. QB Justin Roper, in his AFL debut, threw for six TDs. Orlando is now 0-5 for the first time in franchise history.
PHILADELPHIA 61, San Jose 55 (9303) - DB Kent Richardson pulled off an interception hat trick to help give the Soul the win. San Jose had the ball at its own 19 with 10 seconds left and trailing 61-55, but Mark Grieb fumbled
with one second left in the game and Philly recovered to seal the win.
AMERICAN - SOUTH                           NATIONAL - CENTRAL
Georgia             3  2 0  .600  269  271 Chicago             4  1 0  .800  301  268
Tampa Bay           3  2 0  .600  285  300 San Antonio         3  2 0  .600  276  269
New Orleans         2  3 0  .400  290  295 Iowa                3  2 0  .600  290  290
Jacksonville        1  3 0  .250  229  243 Kansas City         0  4 0  .000  135  226
Orlando             0  5 0  .000  187  236 NATIONAL - WEST
AMERICAN - EAST                           San Jose            3  2 0  .600  330  279
Philadelphia        4  1 0  .800  361  286 Arizona             3  2 0  .600  308  273
Cleveland           3  2 0  .600  245  235 Utah                3  2 0  .600  333  334
MILWAUKEE           2  2 0  .500  219  210 Spokane             2  3 0  .400  271  281
Pittsburgh          2  3 0  .400  238  282
WEEK SEVEN (Bye - SPOKANE)
FRIDAY, APRIL 20
ORLANDO 27, Georgia 24 - The Force rallied from 10 points down at halftime to pull even in the fourth quarter, but Mark Lewis' FG with 38 seconds left gave Orlando its first win. Force QB R.J. Archer completed 30 of 50 passes for 272 yards and three TDs, while Larry Shipp hauled in 15 of those completions for 150 yards and a score.
Jacksonville 54, CLEVELAND 49 - Bobby Sewall caught a 25-yard TD pass with 25 seconds left, and the Sharks defense made a stand to snap a three-game skid. The Gladiators had one final chance from the 12-yard-line with 1.7 seconds remaining. But John Dutton’s pass fell incomplete. Dutton earlier threw his 700th AFL TD pass.
NEW ORLEANS 51, Pittsburgh 48 (5491) - A late Pittsburgh rally failed when a 32-yard FG attempt by Collin Wagner went wide right as time ran out. The VooDoo had taken a 51-48 lead when quarterback Kurt Rocco threw a 30-yard touchdown to Carlese Franklin with 34 seconds left.
PHILADELPHIA 83, Tampa Bay 48 (9371) - For the third time this season the Soul scored over 80 points in a game and broke the team record for points scored in the first half (48). Philadelphia QB Dan Raudabaugh finished by connecting on 16-of-21 passes for 270 yards, eight touchdowns and no interceptions.
SATURDAY, APRIL 21
UTAH 63, Iowa 62 (7319) - The Barnstormers failed to recover their own onside kick after taking a 62-56 lead with a minute left, then allowed Utah to score a play later. The Blaze had to go just 9 yards for the winning touchdown pass from Tommy Grady to Ernie Pierce, then recovered an onside kick to preserve the win.
SAN JOSE 49, Kansas City 35 (9432) - QB Mark Grieb finished his night completing 24-29 passes for 315 yards and six TDs, whiler James Roe hauled in seven passes for 88 yards and one TD, WR Samora Goodson caught six passes for 77 yards and two scores and three other SaberCats recorded touchdown receptions.
CHICAGO 62, Milwaukee 61 (7955) - Russ Michna's 22-yard TD pass to Jared Perry with four seconds left and Nick Setta's PAT kick gave the Rush the win. Michna finished 26-of-34 for 306 yards and six TDs, four going to Terrance Turner. Mustangs QB Gino Guidugli completed 28-of-35 attempts for 330 yards and eight TDs.
ARIZONA 68, San Antonio 34 (6835) - QB Aaron Garcia lost two fumbles and threw an interception as the Talons' offense could not get on track. The Arizona offense scored on four of its first five possessions to lead 26-7 at the half.  The Talons lost three fumbles, went 0-5 on third-down and only converted one fourth-down attempt.
AMERICAN - SOUTH                           NATIONAL - CENTRAL
Georgia             3  3 0  .500  293  298 Chicago             5  1 0  .833  363  329
Tampa Bay           3  3 0  .500  333  383 San Antonio         3  3 0  .500  310  337
New Orleans         3  3 0  .500  341  343 Iowa                3  3 0  .500  352  353
Jacksonville        2  3 0  .400  283  292 Kansas City         0  5 0  .000  170  275
Orlando             1  5 0  .167  214  260 NATIONAL - WEST
AMERICAN - EAST                           San Jose            4  2 0  .667  379  314
Philadelphia        5  1 0  .833  444  334 Arizona             4  2 0  .667  376  307
Cleveland           3  3 0  .500  294  289 Utah                4  2 0  .667  396  396
MILWAUKEE           2  3 0  .400  280  272 Spokane             2  3 0  .400  271  281
Pittsburgh          2  4 0  .333  286  333
WEEK EIGHT (Bye - NEW ORLEANS)
SATURDAY, APRIL 28
SAN ANTONIO 56, Chicago 55 (5713) - Aaron Garcia zipped a 13-yard TD pass to Burl Toler, followed by Marc Demos' extra-point kick with 1:22 left for the win. Chicago was in FG range on its final possession, but Russ Michna's scramble for the goal line wound up three yards short as time expired.
Cleveland 58, PITTSBURGH 43 (6043) - Cleveland QB John Dutton threw six TDs and completed 24 of 38 passes for 281 yards. He moved into sixth place all-time in AFL career passing yards (35,552 yards). Dutton's first-quarter interception was the Gladiators' lone turnover, but it helped the Power climb out to an early 14-point lead.
Philadelphia 69, ORLANDO 53 (12385) - The Soul used a 28-0 run, powered by the defensive front, to start the second half. Philadelphia's QB Dan Raudabaugh threw for 291 yards, five TDs and two interceptions. Orlando QB Justin Roper was 25-35, threw for 286 yards, and seven touchdowns.
SAN JOSE 76, Iowa 33 (7863) - After taking a 41-33 lead at the half, San Jose rallied for 41 unanswered points in the second half. San Jose QB Mark Grieb passed for 219 yards and six TD, while Iowa QB J.J. Raterink passed for 303 yards and five touchdowns, two to Marco Thomas and Jesse Schmidt.
Spokane 56, JACKSONVILLE 48 (10470) - Spokane’s defense came up with four interceptions, including Beau Bell’s pick with 10 seconds remaining that preserved the Shock’s win. Spokane built leads of 21 points in each half, but the Sharks pulled within 49-48 with 4:27 left on Omar Jacobs’ touchdown pass to Jamarko Simmons.
Utah 61, MILWAUKEE 58 (6689) - With six seconds left, QB Tommy Grady threw a 3-yard pass to 315-pound FB Alex Michael, who scored the game-winning TD. Grady threw for 374 yards and eight TDs with no interceptions. He added another score on the ground. Mustangs QB Gino Guidugli threw for 280 yards and seven TDs.
SUNDAY, APRIL 29
Arizona 60, GEORGIA 27 (2830) - Rattlers QB Nick Davila found Glen Fox for a 5-yard TD on the third play of the game and later hit Maurice Purify for a 31-yard TD to spark the route. Davila finished with 224 yard passing and five TD passes. He also ran for a 1-yard score. The defense had a sack of Georgia QB Kevin Eakin for a safety.
MONDAY APRIL 30
TAMPA BAY 63, Kansas City 46 (7345) - The Command gave up five turnovers, allowed two special teams scores and had just 236 yards of total offense, though the team did finish with a season-high 46 points. Tampa Bay got 225 passing yards and five touchdowns with no interceptions from former Command QB Stephen Wasil.
AMERICAN - SOUTH                           NATIONAL - CENTRAL
Tampa Bay           4  3 0  .571  396  429 Chicago             5  2 0  .714  418  385
New Orleans         3  3 0  .500  341  343 San Antonio         4  3 0  .571  366  392
Georgia             3  4 0  .429  320  358 Iowa                3  4 0  .429  385  429
Jacksonville        2  4 0  .333  331  348 Kansas City         0  6 0  .000  216  338
Orlando             1  6 0  .143  267  329 NATIONAL - WEST
AMERICAN - EAST                           San Jose            5  2 0  .714  455  347
Philadelphia        6  1 0  .857  513  387 Arizona             5  2 0  .714  436  334
Cleveland           4  3 0  .571  352  332 Utah                5  2 0  .714  457  454
MILWAUKEE           2  4 0  .333  338  333 Spokane             3  3 0  .500  327  329
Pittsburgh          2  5 0  .286  329  391
WEEK NINE (Bye - CLEVELAND)
FRIDAY, MAY 4
JACKSONVILLE 41, New Orleans 37 (9064) - Jacksonville overcame a 23-point deficit with big special teams and
defensive plays, then held off a final push from New Orleans. With one final chance, the Voodoo drove to the Jacksonville 15-yard line, where they faced fourth-and-6. Kurt Rocco's pass to L.J. Castille fell incomplete.
UTAH 84, Spokane 63 (6195) - Spokane started digging a hole on its first play. A bobbled snap resulted in QB Kyle Rowley being tackled in the end zone for a safety. Utah scored quickly on the first of Tommy Grady’s 11 touchdown passes and the Blaze led 9-0. Grady’s 11 touchdown passes tied an AFL single-game record.
SATURDAY, MAY 5
Georgia 55, PITTSBURGH 52 (4117) - R.J. Archer's 35-yard TD pass to C.J. Johnson with 3:56 remaining gave the  Force the lead for good, while Roland Cola's score with 1:48 left sealed the win. Archer completed 21 of 33 passes for 208 yards and six TDs. Cola also recovered a fumble as Georgia created three Pittsburgh  turnovers.
Milwaukee 64, PHILADELPHIA 63 (8674) - Kelvin Rodgers stopped Emery Sammons a yard short of the end zone as time ran out to preserve the Mustangs' victory. The Mustangs had just taken the lead with one minute left when Gino Guidugli connected with Josue Paul on a 2-yard TD pass and Joshua Smith added the extra point.
TAMPA BAY 55, Orlando 31 (8488) - Tampa Bay's defense, which came in giving up a league-high average 61.3 points per game, got stops on three of the Predators' five first-half possessions, including two interceptions. Frisner Nelson, in his first game with the team, scooped up a fumble in the end zone for a fourth-quarter TD.
San Antonio 41, KANSAS CITY 31 (6342) - The Talons rallied from a four-point deficit in the final four minutes, scoring two TDs for the win. FB Tank Cook's 3-yard TD run with 3:55 left gave the Talons a 34-31 lead. Command QB Matt Gutierrez fumbled on his own 8, setting up a TD pass from Aaron Garcia to Burl Toler for the final margin.
San Jose 77, ARIZONA 70 (9280) - Ruschard Dodd-Masters recovered a muffed kickoff for a TD and intercepted a pass tipped by Andre Jones to break the Rattlers' streak of nine straight scoring possessions. Mark Grieb completed 30 of 39 passes for 388 yards and seven TDs to lead San Jose into a tie with Utah for first place.
SUNDAY, MAY 6
CHICAGO 61, Iowa 50 (6010) - The Rush scored every way possible - eight TDs, six extra-point kicks, a two-point conversion, a safety and a field goal - to win. In the process, wide receiver Reggie Gray tied Bobby Sippio's franchise record for TD receptions (70). And Gray eclipsed Etu Molden's franchise mark for total TDs with his 74th.
AMERICAN - SOUTH                           NATIONAL - CENTRAL
Tampa Bay           5  3 0  .625  451  460 Chicago             6  2 0  .750  479  435
Georgia             4  4 0  .500  375  410 San Antonio         5  3 0  .625  407  423
New Orleans         3  4 0  .471  378  384 Iowa                3  5 0  .375  435  490
Jacksonville        3  4 0  .471  372  385 Kansas City         0  7 0  .000  247  379
Orlando             1  7 0  .125  298  384 NATIONAL - WEST
AMERICAN - EAST                           San Jose            6  2 0  .750  532  417
Philadelphia        6  2 0  .750  576  451 Utah                6  2 0  .750  541  517
Cleveland           4  3 0  .571  352  332 Arizona             5  3 0  .625  506  411
MILWAUKEE           3  4 0  .429  402  396 Spokane             3  4 0  .429  390  413
Pittsburgh          2  6 0  .250  381  446
WEEK TEN (Bye - ORLANDO)
FRIDAY, MAY 11
Cleveland 69, MILWAUKEE 48 (5743) - Cleveland scored TDs on back-to-back botched FG attempts by the Mustangs in the second quarter. Afterward, Milwaukee coach Bob Landsee called K Josh Smith into his office and released him. Jeramie Richardson scored three rushing TDs and one on defense to lift the Gladiators.
SPOKANE 68, New Orleans 62 (OT) (8918) - Terrance Sanders picked off two passes, one in overtime, and returned two kickoffs for TDs helping Spokane get to .500. The teams combined for five turnovers, a blocked FG, 26 penalties and Spokane botched a potential game-winning XP attempt with 2.3 seconds left in regulation.
SAN JOSE 70, Utah 59 (10093) - The Utah Blaze took a quarter off and it cost them. Utah trailed 42-41 at halftime in the showdown of the West’s top teams. But San Jose outscored Utah 21-6 in the third quarter. Down, 63-47, the Blaze made a strong final surge but ran out of clock.
SATURDAY, MAY 12
ARIZONA 77, Chicago 43 (7280) - Hitting the Rush with a 21-0 outburst in the third quarter, Arizona turned a close game into a rout. Rattlers QB Nick Davila threw for six TDs.  Reggie Gray's juggling fourth-quarter TD reception broke Bobby Sippio's all-time Rush record for most touchdown catches. By that time, it was 63-37 Arizona.
PHILADELPHIA 56, Jacksonville 38 (8757) - The Soul pulled away in the second half of a tight game, as QB Dan Raudabaugh finished 20-of-26 passes for 308 yards, seven TDs and three interceptions. Jeff Hughley had seven receptions for 121 yards and three TDs. Sharks QB Bernard Morris threw four TDs with four interceptions.
IOWA 62, Kansas City 42 (7962) - Iowa QB J.J. Raterink passed for 253 yards and six TDs in the Barnstormers’ first victory since April 14. Craig Camay was virtually flawless, making all eight of his XPs to help Iowa build a 34-21 at halftime. Camay, who entered the game just 1-of-7 in field goal attempts, booted a pair in the first half.
SAN ANTONIO 68, Pittsburgh 52 - Pittsburgh QB Bryan Randall totaled 387 yards and seven TDs through the air but was sacked seven times. The Talons also turned three onside kicks into TDs. The Talons, who scored 42 points in the second half, including four TDs from Aaron Garcia, who ended 18 of 26 for 268 yards and six TDs.
GEORGIA 44, Tampa Bay 41 (3859) - Georgia avenged a loss earlier in the season to Tampa Bay, creating a tie atop the South Division. The Force got three touchdowns from Larry Shipp (two receiving, one rushing) and two interceptions on defense in the winning effort.
AMERICAN - SOUTH                           NATIONAL - CENTRAL
Tampa Bay           5  4 0  .556  492  504 Chicago             6  3 0  .667  522  512
Georgia             5  4 0  .556  419  451 San Antonio         6  3 0  .667  475  475
New Orleans         3  5 0  .375  440  452 Iowa                4  5 0  .444  497  532
Jacksonville        3  5 0  .375  410  441 Kansas City         0  8 0  .000  289  441
Orlando             1  7 0  .125  298  384 NATIONAL - WEST
AMERICAN - EAST                           San Jose            7  2 0  .778  602  476
Philadelphia        7  2 0  .778  632  489 Utah                6  3 0  .667  600  587
Cleveland           5  3 0  .625  421  380 Arizona             6  3 0  .667  583  454
MILWAUKEE           3  5 0  .375  450  455 Spokane             4  4 0  .500  458  475
Pittsburgh          2  7 0  .222  433  514
WEEK ELEVEN (Bye - CHICAGO)
FRIDAY, MAY 18
Georgia 58, MILWAUKEE 55 (4466) - After scoring TDs on its first seven possessions, Milwaukee managed just one more in the final 28:45. Milwaukee led, 48-27, with 13:45 left in the third but lost three fumbles and  turned the ball over on downs to lead to a tiebreaking 38-yard FG by Georgia's Carlos Martinez with just 2 seconds left.
NEW ORLEANS 68, Orlando 61 (6161) - New Orleans forced three turnovers in the second half and outscored Orlando 34-14 for the win. QB Kurt Rocco tied a team record with nine TD passes and threw for 326 yards. His 10-yard TD pass to Quorey Payne with 7:01 left gave New Orleans the lead after trailing at the half 47-34.
SPOKANE 65, Philadelphia 47 (9236) - The Soul fell behind 21-0 early, and were unable to mount a comeback. QB Dan Raudabaugh completed 30-40 passes for 360 yards and six TDs. But he threw three interceptions, all to Terrance Sanders. The Soul did cut the deficit to 10 early in the fourth, thanks to two onside kick recoveries.
SATURDAY, MAY 19
Arizona 86, UTAH 70 (10149) - Arizona QB Nick Davila tied an AFL record with 11 TD passes, including seven to Maurice Purify. Davila, who passed for 372 yards, could have broken the record in the final minute, but the Rattlers elected to run out the clock on their final possession. Blaze QB Tommy Grady threw for 428 yards and nine TDs.
JACKSONVILLE 55, Iowa 19 (10642) - Iowa QB J.J. Raterink left the game in the first quarter with an injury after completing just six passes for 28 yards. Backup Chris Dieker passed for 202 yards, three TDs and two interceptions. The Barnstormers have lost four out of their last five games.
Kansas City 43, PITTSBURGH 37 (5062) - Pittsburgh coach Chris Siegfried was sick, and almost didn’t make it to the game on time after battling food poisoning all day. Then, he watched his QBs lose two fumbles and throw an interception that led to the tie-breaking score in the fourth quarter as Kansas City won their first game.
SAN ANTONIO 72, San Jose 47 - As San Antonio rolled up its highest point total of the year, bolting to a 20-0 lead in the first 10 minutes, it held San Jose to its lowest output. The Talons recovered all five onside-kick attempts by the Cats and converting them into 31 points. San Antonio added another 28 points off four forced turnovers.
CLEVELAND 53, Tampa Bay 34 (6927) - Cleveland QB John Dutton was 22-of-41 for 254 yards and five TDs. With the Storm trailing 33-13 in the third quarter, Matt Grothe replaced starter Stephen Wasil. Grothe threw an interception on his first series but then led the Storm to two touchdowns bring it within in 39-27.
AMERICAN - SOUTH                           NATIONAL - CENTRAL
Georgia             6  4 0  .600  477  506 San Antonio         7  3 0  .700  547  522
Tampa Bay           5  5 0  .500  526  557 Chicago             6  3 0  .667  522  512
New Orleans         4  5 0  .444  508  513 Iowa                4  6 0  .400  516  587
Jacksonville        4  5 0  .444  465  460 Kansas City         1  8 0  .111  332  478
Orlando             1  8 0  .111  359  452 NATIONAL - WEST
AMERICAN - EAST                           San Jose            7  3 0  .700  649  548
Philadelphia        7  3 0  .700  679  564 Arizona             7  3 0  .700  669  524
Cleveland           6  3 0  .667  474  414 Utah                6  4 0  .600  670  673
MILWAUKEE           3  6 0  .333  505  513 Spokane             5  4 0  .556  523  522
Pittsburgh          2  8 0  .200  470  557
SATURDAY APRIL 28
Chicago 54, LEHIGH VALLEY 51 (4OT) -  After four hours of playing, the Steelhawks lost a heartbreaker in a game that featured five ties. As the fourth OT started, the Steelhawks turned the ball over, and Chicago worked the ball to the Steelhawk three, where K Chris Nendick kicked a FG on third down to end the game
GREEN BAY 69, Bloomington 56 (4270) - Blizzard RB La'Ron Council broke the franchise-record he set two weeks ago by rushing for 113 yards on 21 carries and had three TDs. It was the Blizzard's first win this season against a team with a winning record. Bloomington QB Dusty Burk passed for 232 yards and seven touchdowns
COLORADO 48, Wyoming 33 - The Ice defense forced four missed FGs in the first half, then in the second half, the defense forced three turnovers to stave off a Wyoming rally. Colorado has beaten the Cavalry for the third time this season and remain undefeated at home.
READING 51, Cedar Rapids 47 - The Express’ Keith Stokes had six catches for 134 yards, one a 45-yard TD, and six points after TDs as well as a 30-yard FG. The longtime pro was called on to be the Express' kicker when an injury forced Erik Rockhold to miss his first Express game in seven years.
Sioux Falls 49, OMAHA 37 - QB Chris Dixon led the Storm, passong for 181 yards and five TDs, and 123 yards and a TD on the ground. Clinton Solomon caught eight passes for 76 yards and four TDs. Donta Moore and Rob Carlisle led the team with five tackles each. Kwaheem Smith added four tackles and a forced fumble on the night.
WICHITA 55, Allen 54 - A missed extra point for the Wranglers in the first quarter ended up meaning a lot later. After Allen scored the first TD of the game, kicker David Pino missed the kick. More than two hours later, the miss was important when the Wild’s Marcus Jackson hit Doug Pierce for a touchdown with 23 seconds to play.
UNITED CONFERENCE                          INTENSE CONFERENCE
Sioux Falls         8  0 0 1.000  548  344 Tri-Cities          8  0 0 1.000  434  311
Bloomington         7  2 0  .778  448  411 Allen               5  3 0  .625  444  358
GREEN BAY           6  2 0  .750  437  337 Colorado            5  3 0  .625  392  350
Lehigh Valley       4  3 0  .571  307  284 Wichita             3  5 0  .375  330  397
Omaha               3  5 0  .375  357  391 Nebraska            3  5 0  .375  365  416
Chicago             3  6 0  .333  407  469 Wyoming             3  6 0  .333  413  495
Cedar Rapids        2  6 0  .250  281  372 New Mexico          2  5 0  .286  270  308
Reading             1  7 0  .125  329  466 Everett             2  6 0  .250  357  428
WEEK ELEVEN (Bye - Wyoming, Sioux Falls)
FRIDAY MAY 4
Tri-Cities 70, EVERETT 61 - Dennis Kennedy put the Fever ahead 70-55 with 1:23 left with a 2-yard TD run. He
finished with four rushing TDs and 67 yards. Rudell Crimm led the defensive effort with two interceptions, while Houston LIllard had another solid game completing 16 of 30 passes for 200 yards and six touchdowns.
SATURDAY MAY 5
READING 37, Lehigh Valley 34 - Elliott White ran 19 times for 102 yards and two TDs and the Express forced five turnovers, led by Marcus Sargeant's three interceptions, to win its second straight. Tim Bailey hit Keith Stokes with a 19-yard TD pass with 3:33 left to help the Express defeat the Steelhawks for the first time in three tries.
Nebraska 45, COLORADO 33 - Kayne Farquharson caught seven passes for 82 yards and three TDs as
Nebraska captured its first road win. His final TD put the Danger up 45-33 with 3:19 left. The Danger then held Colorado on a fourth-and-goal from the 6-yard line to take possession with less than 1:30 left in the game.
WICHITA 77, Omaha 41 - Wichita’s 77 points broke their 2009 record of 76 for most in a single game. Wichita scored two touchdowns in the first minute of the game, and led 51-20 at halftime. Tywon Hubbard carried Wichita’s offense, finishing with 124 rushing yards and six of Wichita’s 10 touchdowns.
Green Bay 34, BLOOMINGTON 21 - Donovan Porterie threw two TD passes to Desmond Tardy and also ran for a TD, but rhe Blizzard defense might have been the difference, picking off Edge quarterback Dusty Burk six times. LaRon Council ran for 79 yards on 22 carries for the Blizzard, who had three touchdowns negated by penalties.
ALLEN 73, New Mexico 9 - After two upsetting losses in a row and dismissal of Head Coach Pat Pimmell  the Wranglers came out and held the Stars to a 2012 IFL-low nine total points. Interim Head Coaches Quinn Cairo and Dixie Wooten got a stellar performance out of WR Maurice Avery, who has three TD receptions.
CHICAGO 41, Cedar Rapids 38 (2732) - Titans K Scott Enos missed a game-tying 33-yard field goal with no time remaining. The Titans have now dropped their sixth game in a row. The Chicago Slaughter have now won three games in a row.
UNITED CONFERENCE                          INTENSE CONFERENCE
Sioux Falls         8  0 0 1.000  548  344 Tri-Cities          9  0 0 1.000  504  372
GREEN BAY           7  2 0  .778  471  358 Allen               6  3 0  .667  517  367
Bloomington         7  3 0  .700  469  445 Colorado            5  4 0  .556  425  395
Lehigh Valley       4  4 0  .500  341  321 Wichita             4  5 0  .444  407  438
Chicago             4  6 0  .400  448  507 Nebraska            4  5 0  .444  410  449
Omaha               3  6 0  .333  398  468 Wyoming             3  6 0  .333  413  495
Cedar Rapids        2  7 0  .222  319  413 New Mexico          2  6 0  .250  279  381
Reading             2  7 0  .222  366  500 Everett             2  7 0  .222  418  498
WEEK TWELVE (Bye - Allen, Wichita, Chicago, Bloomington)
FRIDAY MAY 11
GREEN BAY 76, Lehigh Valley 61 (3037) - The Blizzard posted its highest point total of the season and picked up its 12th straight home victory. La'Ron Council was held to a season-low 33 yards and one TD, which tied Green Bay's single-season record of 17. A 48-yard kick return by B.J. Hill sealed things for Green Bay.
SATURDAY MAY 12
Colorado 59, WYOMING 46 - The Ice ran for an IFL record 260 yards, as Jeremy Sanders started at QB in place of David Knighton and scored six total TDs, two passing and four rushing, with the final two coming in the fourth quarter. Sanders finished with 136 yards rushing, while Tobias Robinson went for 124 yards and three TDs.
SIOUX FALLS 55, Tri-Cities 16 (4700) - The  Storm went on a four TD run in the second quarter to rout the Fever. Tri-Cities did play well for at least the first quarter, which ended tied at 3-3. But things turned quickly in the Storm’s favor in the second quarter, as it went on that 28-0 run.
OMAHA 68, Nebraska 54 - A home loss would have all but eliminated the Beef from the playoff race, but QB James McNear didn’t let that happen as he threw for six TDs and ran for another. McNear finished the night 21-for-28 passing for 200 yards. Danger QB Rocky Hinds threw six TDs, including three to Kayne Farquharson.
Everett 74, NEW MEXICO 65 - The Raptors have averaged an IFL high 64.6 points a game over their last three games, as QB Shane Austin has thrown 23 TD passes in the last three games. Despite the loss New Mexico scored a franchise record 65 points as RB Seth Smith ran for four rushing touchdowns.
CEDAR RAPIDS 38, Reading 27 (2500) - The Titans scored on the first two snaps of the game, then got a 25-yard fumble return from Tony Tucker with 23 seconds left for the clinching TD to break a six-game losing streak. Devin King sacked Reading QB Tim Bailey in the end zone on the first offensive snap of the game.
UNITED CONFERENCE                          INTENSE CONFERENCE
X-Sioux Falls       9  0 0 1.000  603  360 X-Tri-Cities        9  1 0  .900  520  427
GREEN BAY           8  2 0  .800  547  419 Allen               6  3 0  .667  517  367
Bloomington         7  3 0  .700  469  445 Colorado            6  4 0  .600  484  441
Lehigh Valley       4  5 0  .444  402  397 Wichita             4  5 0  .444  407  438
Chicago             4  6 0  .400  448  507 Nebraska            4  6 0  .400  464  517
Omaha               4  6 0  .400  466  522 Wyoming             3  7 0  .300  459  554
Cedar Rapids        3  7 0  .300  357  440 Everett             3  7 0  .300  492  563
Reading             2  8 0  .200  393  538 New Mexico          2  7 0  .222  344  455
X-Clinched playoff berth
WEEK THIRTEEN
FRIDAY MAY 18
COLORADO 58, New Mexico 9 - Turnovers paced Colorado in the first half leading to the Ice's first two TDs and three of their five scores. Jeremy Sanders torched New Mexico going 9-of-15 for 126 yards and three TDs. He also ran for  41 yards and two TDs, and the Ice ran 42 plays for 209 yards, an average of five yards per play.
Tri-Cities 30, WYOMING 26 - Fever QB Houston Lillard threw for 207 yards and three TDs, while WR Sean Creadick had six catches for 77 yards and two TDs. Dennis Kenedy finished with 103 yards of offense for the Fever — 52 yards in receptions and 51 yards rushing.
Bloomington 29, CEDAR RAPIDS 13 - Dusty Burk threw for three TD and Andre Raymond ran for one as the Edge snapped a two-game losing streak. Burk was 19 of 27, with all three of his TD passes going to Ricardo Lenhart. Lenhart's third TD made it 23-0 before the Titans got on the board with a 33-yard field goal.
CHICAGO 67, Reading 50 (3079) - Chicago QB Perry Patterson accounted for 8 total TDs - seven passing and one rushing. Chicago has won four games in a row and currently holds the fourth seed in the United Conference. The Express become the first team in the United Conference to officially be eliminated from playoff contention.
SATURDAY MAY 19
Sioux Falls 66, GREEN BAY 39 (3886) - Not including the final drives of each half, Sioux Falls scored TDs on nine of its 10 possessions, while allowing Green Bay to reach the end zone on only five of its 11 drives to end the Blizzard's 12-game home winning streak. Storm QB Chris Dixon passed for 228 yards with five TDs.
Omaha 64, LEHIGH VALLEY 44 (1714) - Chris Malleo was expected to provide a running threat to Lehigh Valley's  offense after being signed last week to replace the departed Bryan Randall. He lost two costly fumbles and threw two interceptions. Malleo was replaced in the fourth quarter by Aubrey Norris, who passed for three touchdowns.
WICHITA 57, Nebraska 50 (1950) - Wichita scored twice in the game’s final 2:30, including backup QB Phil Staback’s 14-yard TD pass to Tim Simmons with four seconds to play, to rally the Wild. The Danger had a 50-42 lead and possession of the ball with four minutes to play, but couldn’t overcome a key holding penalty.
Everett 74, ALLEN 73 (OT) - Darius Fudge had a 2-yard TD run to give Allen a 73-66 lead. Shane Austin found Maurice Young in the end zone for a TD making the score 73-72 in favor of the Wranglers. Austin saw a hole in the middle, he ran with the ball and broke the plane of the end zone for the two point conversion and the win.
UNITED CONFERENCE                          INTENSE CONFERENCE
X-Sioux Falls      10  0 0 1.000  669  399 X-Tri-Cities       10  1 0  .909  550  453
GREEN BAY           8  3 0  .727  586  485 Colorado            7  4 0  .636  542  450
Bloomington         8  3 0  .727  498  458 Allen               6  4 0  .600  590  441
Chicago             5  6 0  .455  515  557 Wichita             5  5 0  .500  464  488
Omaha               5  6 0  .455  530  566 Nebraska            4  7 0  .364  514  574
Lehigh Valley       4  6 0  .400  446  461 Everett             4  7 0  .364  566  636
Cedar Rapids        3  8 0  .273  370  469 Wyoming             3  8 0  .273  485  584
Reading             2  9 0  .182  443  605 New Mexico          2  8 0  .200  353  513
X-Clinched playoff berth
WEEK FOURTEEN (Bye - Green Bay, Cedar Rapids, Omaha, Nebraska)
FRIDAY MAY 25
BLOOMINGTON 62, Chicago 43 (3881) - The Edge clinched their sixth playoff spot in as many years, as QB Dusty Burk completed 22 of 30 passes, throwing for 268 yards with 7 TDs. He threw the first of his TD passes to DL Antonio Ficklin. Newly signed RB Jonas Randolph's 9-yard TD run with 1:03 left iced the victory.
SATURDAY MAY 26
LEHIGH VALLEY 39, Reading 24 - Jesse Cooper returned the opening kickoff 55 yards for a TD and returned an interception 32 yards for a TD in the first quarter to help the Steelhawks open a 21-7 lead over the Express, who lost their third straight game and fell to the Steelhawks for the third time in four games this season.
Colorado 54, EVERETT 25 - Colorado QB Jeremy Sanders set an IFL record by completing all 16 of his passes. Sanders led the Ice to a 21-7 halftime lead by throwing for two TDs and running for a TD. Sanders completed his record-setting night with a touchdown pass to Mark Henderson.
Wichita 59, ALLEN 41 - Marcus Jackson rushed for 23 yards and a TD and added five receptions for 44 yards as the Wild earned the road victory. Phil Staback completed 19 of 24 passes for 199 yards and a pair of TDs, while the defense held Allen’s Casey Printers to one completion in 15 attempts, including a pair of interceptions.
Wyoming 54, New Mexico 41 - The Cavs snapped a three-game losing streak behind seven TD passes from Matt Strand. Wyoming took the lead for good at 40-34 on Strand's 14-yard scoring pass to Eddie Thompson with 5 seconds to play in the third quarter.
Sioux Falls 73, TRI-CITIES 72 (OT) (3922) - The game featured 13 lead changes and two ties, and a combined total of 626 yards of offense split exactly down the middle. Storm QB Chrs Dixon ran for 64 yards, scoring twice (including the final TD), and passed for 293 yards and eight TDs. The Storm had 29 penalties for 170 yards.
UNITED CONFERENCE                          INTENSE CONFERENCE
X-Sioux Falls      11  0 0 1.000  742  471 X-Tri-Cities       10  2 0  .833  622  526
X-Bloomington       9  3 0  .750  560  501 X-Colorado          8  4 0  .667  596  475
X-GREEN BAY         8  3 0  .727  586  485 Allen               6  5 0  .545  631  500
Omaha               5  6 0  .455  530  566 Wichita             6  5 0  .545  523  529
Lehigh Valley       5  6 0  .455  485  485 Nebraska            4  7 0  .364  514  574
Chicago             5  7 0  .417  558  619 Wyoming             4  8 0  .333  539  625
Cedar Rapids        3  8 0  .273  370  469 Everett             4  8 0  .333  591  690
Reading             2 10 0  .167  467  644 New Mexico          2  9 0  .182  394  567
X-Clinched playoff berth
WEEK FIFTEEN
THURSDAY MAY 31
EVERETT 57, New Mexico 35 -
FRIDAY JUNE 1
Sioux Falls 71, WYOMING 46 - The loss, the Cavs' 100th home game, guaranteed that Wyoming would miss the postseason for the first time in eight years and clinched the team’s first sub-.500 mark since 2004. The Cavs trailed just 27-26 at the half, but Sioux Falls scored on all six second-half possessions to improve to 12-0.
OMAHA 51, Cedar Rapids 33 (1800) - Omaha won its third game in a row and strengthened its hold on fourth place in the United Conference, as James McNear completed 24 of 38 passes for 227 yards and five TDs. Titans QB Kenneth Black Jr. was knocked out of the game early in the third quarter with a shoulder injury.
SATURDAY JUNE 2
Chicago 46, READING 40 - The Express came up six points short on a win and two points shy of a milestone in its fourth straight loss. K Erik Rockhold, who has been with the Express for each of its seven seasons, scored his first TD to go with two field goals and four extra points, giving him 998 points for his career.
Tri-Cities 52, COLORADO 49 (OT) - The Fever had a new kicker, and he paid off big-time. Brady Beeson kicked a 24-yard FG in overtime to give Tri-Cities the Intense Conference title. Beeson’s winning field goal was his fourth of the night — he was 4-for-5 on field goals and 4-for-6 on extra-point kicks, with the two misses being blocked.
Green Bay 41, LEHIGH VALLEY 33 - The Blizzard outscored Lehigh Valley 27-7 in the second half to rally and overcome one of its worst passing performances of the season. QB Donovan Porterie threw four interceptions and totaled just 46 passing yards, but LaRon Council carried the ball 26 times for 119 yards and three TDs.
Allen 71, NEBRASKA 62 - Trailing 38-26 at halftime, the Wranglers outscored the Danger 45-24 in the second half, thanks to QB David Knighton’s four TD passes. Allen, which entered the contest having lost five of six games after a 5-1 start, had released former NFL receiving great Terrell Owens earlier in the week.
WICHITA 39, Bloomington 38 - Edge K Pete Christofilakos missed a 42-yard FG with 8 seconds to play after Tim Simmons’ second TD catch put the Wild in front with :41 left, as Wichita  won its fifth straight and clinched a postseason berth. Edge QB Dusty Burk threw for 220 yards and five TDs but was intercepted three times.
UNITED CONFERENCE                          INTENSE CONFERENCE
Z-Sioux Falls      12  0 0 1.000  813  517 Z-Tri-Cities       11  2 0  .846  674  575
X-GREEN BAY         9  3 0  .750  627  518 X-Colorado          8  5 0  .615  645  527
X-Bloomington       9  4 0  .692  598  540 X-Allen             7  5 0  .583  702  562
Omaha               6  6 0  .500  581  599 X-Wichita           7  5 0  .583  562  567
Chicago             6  7 0  .462  604  659 Everett             5  8 0  .385  648  725
Lehigh Valley       5  7 0  .417  518  526 Nebraska            4  8 0  .333  576  645
Cedar Rapids        3  9 0  .250  403  520 Wyoming             4  9 0  .308  585  696
Reading             2 11 0  .154  507  690 New Mexico          2 10 0  .167  429  624
Z-Clinched conference title                X-Clinched playoff berth
WEEK SIXTEEN
THURSDAY JUNE 7
Allen 56, EVERETT 38 - The Raptors' Maurice Young returned a kickoff 50 yards for a TD to pull Everett within 11 with 14:12 remaining. Allen answered with Ramonce Taylor running back the ensuing kickoff for 49 yards and a 1-yard TD pass from David Knighton to Maurice Avery just seconds later, their third TD connection of the game.
FRIDAY JUNE 8
GREEN BAY 89, Reading 27 (2532) - Green Bay broke a franchise record for points scored to secure the No. 2 seed in the United Conference. The Blizzard offense scored TDs on its first 11 possessions and totaled 405 yards, while Green Bay's No. 1-ranked defense held Reading to 118 yards and got three interceptions.
BLOOMINGTON 74, Cedar Rapids 64 (3985) - Edge QB Dusty Burk eclipsed 10,000 career passing yards in the first half and Andre Raymond pushed his own club record for rushing TDs to 18. While the Edge never trailed, the outcome remained in doubt until Titans QB Colton Hansen was stopped on fourth down run in the final minutes.
Lehigh Valley 54, CHICAGO 53 (2OT) - QB Chris Malleo found John Kennedy III for his first pro TD from three yards out in the second OT. Down just one point, with the ability to kick a point to force a third overtime, Lehigh Valley went for two. Malleo found his favorite target - WR Irani DeAraujo - in the back of the endzone for the win.
SATURDAY JUNE 9
NEBRASKA 50, Omaha 34 - Rocky Hinds threw six TD passes and ran for another to lead the Danger, as Omaha managed just one offensive TD, but stayed in the game with three return scores. Ricardo Kemp and Diezeas Calbert each returned fumbles for touchdowns, and Leroy Banks scored on a 45-yard kickoff return.
SIOUX FALLS 69, Colorado 26 - Chris Dixon threw four TD passes – three to Clinton Solomon -- and ran for two more, while Korey Williams ran for a TD and returned two kick-offs for scores to keep the Storm perfect. Ice QB Jeremy Sanders, who had breathed new life into the Colorado offense, was held to just 82 yards passing.
TRI-CITIES 66, Wyoming 34 (3300) - A banged-up Fever never trailed in this game, but took some time to shake a Cavalry team that was missing two of the league’s top receivers in Dante Dudley and Jasonus Tillery. The Fever exploded in the second half, outscoring Wyoming 35-12 to put the game away.
Wichita 55, NEW MEXICO 42 - Tywon Hubbard, who leads the league in all-purpose yards, ran for 85 yards and three second-half TDs as the Wild rallied from a 26-20 halftime deficit, while the defense stepped up in the fourth, allowing only three New Mexico points. Wichita QB Phil Staback threw for 144 yards and three touchdowns.
UNITED CONFERENCE                          INTENSE CONFERENCE
Z-Sioux Falls      13  0 0 1.000  882  543 Z-Tri-Cities       12  2 0  .857  740  609
X-GREEN BAY        10  3 0  .769  716  545 X-Allen             8  5 0  .615  758  600
X-Bloomington      10  4 0  .714  672  604 X-Wichita           8  5 0  .615  617  609
Lehigh Valley       7  7 0  .500  626  632 X-Colorado          8  6 0  .571  671  596
Omaha               6  7 0  .462  615  649 Nebraska            5  8 0  .385  626  689
Chicago             6  8 0  .429  657  713 Everett             5  9 0  .357  686  781
Cedar Rapids        3 10 0  .231  467  594 Wyoming             4 10 0  .286  619  762
Reading             2 12 0  .143  534  779 New Mexico          2 11 0  .154  471  679
Z-Clinched conference title                X-Clinched playoff berth
WEEK SEVENTEEN
SATURDAY JUNE 16
GREEN BAY 72, Wichita 41 (3037) - Green Bay RN La'Ron Council broke the IFL rushing records for yards, carries and TDs in a season, while also eclipsing franchise records for rushing yards in a game for the fourth time this season. He shattered the 1,000-yard mark thanks to 148 yards on 30 carries and five TDs.
ALLEN 85, New Mexico 70 - The victory, fueled by five TD receptions from Luke McArdle, guarenteed Allen at least one more home game. The Wranglers carried a 27-14 advantage into the locker room at the half. The Stars would never get within a touchdown for the remainder of the game, as Allen held on for its third straight victory.
CEDAR RAPIDS 42, Nebraska 38 (3700) - Colton Hansen tossed four TD passes, including three to Johnnie King III, and scrambled 40 yards for another for Cedar Rapids. Nebraska drove to the Titans 9 but Hinds’ fourth-down pass to Kayne Farquharson was knocked away in the end zone by T.J. Simmons with 50 seconds left.
SIOUX FALLS 59, Omaha 20 - The Storm scored three TDs on a total of five plays to take a 21-6 lead after a quarter, and pushed it to 35-6 in the second on an 18-yard fumble return by Sean Kelly and a short keeper by QB Chris Dixon, who was 12-for-17 for 192 yards and three TD passes while rushing for two more scores.
UNITED CONFERENCE                          INTENSE CONFERENCE
Z-Sioux Falls      14  0 0 1.000  941  563 Z-Tri-Cities       12  2 0  .857  740  609
X-GREEN BAY        11  3 0  .786  788  586 X-Allen             9  5 0  .643  843  670
X-Bloomington      10  4 0  .714  672  604 X-Wichita           8  6 0  .571  658  681
X-Lehigh Valley     7  7 0  .500  626  632 X-Colorado          8  6 0  .571  671  596
Omaha               6  8 0  .429  635  708 Nebraska            5  9 0  .357  664  731
Chicago             6  8 0  .429  657  713 Everett             5  9 0  .357  686  781
Cedar Rapids        4 10 0  .286  509  632 Wyoming             4 10 0  .286  619  762
Reading             2 12 0  .143  534  779 New Mexico          2 12 0  .143  541  764
Z-Clinched conference title                X-Clinched playoff berth
IFL PLAYOFFS - Conference Semi-Finals
FRIDAY JUNE 22
TRI-CITIES (12-1) 52, Colorado (8-6) 42 (3000) - Colorado led 21-7 after the first quarter and extended the lead to 31-13 late in the first half. In the final minute, the Fever cut the margin to 31-25 and took its first lead at 32-31 on a 15-yard TD run by Dennis Kennedy in the third. A 4-yard run by Houston Lillard with 1:13 left was the clincher.
SATURDAY JUNE 23
GREEN BAY (11-3) 51, Bloomington (10-4) 30 (1470) - Clinging to a 37-30 lead with 6:17 left, the Blizzard took 5 minutes off the clock with eight runs by La’Ron Council, who extended the lead to 44-30 on a 1-yard TD. James Romain then returned an interception, the game’s first turnover, for a 41-yard TD with 40 seconds remaining.
SIOUX FALLS (14-0) 79, Lehigh Valley (7-7) 21 - A day after the Storm were informed that head coach Kurtiss Riggs would be suspended for two games due to a charge that Sioux Falls overcompensated a former player by providing transportation, the defending champions rolled,as QB Chris Dixon threw for 278 yards and eight TDs.
MONDAY JUNE 25
Wichita (8-6) 43, ALLEN (9-5) 40 - James Chandler hit a 52-yard FG with 24 seconds left to lift the Wild to the win after Allen tied the game 40-40 when David Knighton hit a four-yard TD pass to Luke McCardle with 58 seconds remaining in regulation and Maurice Avery hit a two-point conversion pass to McCardle.
IFL PLAYOFFS - Conference Finals
FRIDAY JUNE 29
TRI-CITIES (13-1) 51, Wichita (9-6) 30 (3500) - The Fever jumped out early to a 31-17 lead at halftime and was able to extend that lead in the second half. The Fever bottled up the Wild’s top offensive threat Tywon Hubbard, who rushed 11 times for just eight yards. The Fever allowed a season-low 92 yards of total offense and three sacks and six tackles-for-loss. The defense also only allowed five pass completions for 38 yards.
SATURDAY JUNE 30
SIOUX FALLS (15-0) 61, Green Bay (12-3) 42 - The Storm scored 26 unanswered points to defeat Green Bay in the conference championship for a second straight season. The Blizzard led three times and scored on its first eight possessions before Xavier Jordan returned a interception 10 yards for a TD to give the Storm a 48-36 lead late in the third. Storm QB Chris Dixon threw for 231 yards and four TDs and added two more rushing TDs.
IFL PLAYOFFS - Championship
SATURDAY JULY 14
SIOUX FALLS (16-0) 59, Tri-Cities (14-1) 32 - The Storm captured their second consecutive IFL title, their sixth indoor championship overall and completed their third undefeated season. Jeremiah Price was named United Bowl MVP after recording six tackles, including two sacks and two safeties. Chris Dixon threw for 181 yards and TDs and ran for 58 yards and another TD as the Storm used a 35-3 run stretching from midway through the second quarter to midway through the third to pull away from the Fever. Tri-Cities DB Lionell Singleton intercepted Dixon on the opening series at the Fever 2 and returned it 48 yards for a TD, as the Fever took a 20-10 lead. With the win, Storm coach Kurtiss Riggs improved to 86-9 in home games, including 19-1 in the playoffs. Storm owner Todd Tryon gave all but two of his players their release days after the win.July 31 is the deadline for teams to recommit to the IFL, and it’s believed some teams will not recommit if the Storm return with the same roster.
WEEK SEVEN
FRIDAY APRIL 20
SAGINAW 40, Port Huron 20 - The Sting jumped out to a 35-7 lead. Port Huron scored two straight touchdowns in the second half, and regained possession with a chance to make it a one-score game with three minutes left. But C.J. Tarver sealed the game with an interception at his own five, and a last-minute TD catch.
SATURDAY APRIL 21
DAYTON 50, Chicago 21 - Melvin Thomas started the rout in motion with a 23-yard interception return for a TD in the first quarter, and the Silverbacks kept scoring until they had run their record to 7-0. QB Evan Sawyer threw two TD passes as the Silverbacks took charge with a 19-point second quarter after being even 7-7 after the first.
EVANSVILLE 65, Indianapolis 21 - Six turnovers, one of which resulted in a TD, and a safety were the deciding factor in helping the Rage clinch a playoff berth in their inaugural season. Evansville forced four interceptions, two fumbles, and a safety to lead the team to victory.
X-Dayton            7  0 0 1.000  342  141 Port Huron          2  5 0  .286  224  264
X-Saginaw           5  0 0 1.000  316  134 Indianapolis        1  6 0  .143  136  400
X-Evansville        4  2 0  .667  279  243 Chicago             0  6 0  .000  178  293
X-Clinched playoff berth
WEEK EIGHT
FRIDAY APRIL 27
SAGINAW 61, Chicago 18 - The Sting outscored Chicago, 34-3, in the first half. Sting QBk Tommy Jones was 10 for 11 with 168 yards and three TDs, while also running for three TDs. QB  Dave Abberger got into the act for the Sting, competing his first pass for Saginaw, plus connecting for two TD passes to Andrew Beaver.
SATURDAY APRIL 28
DAYTON 41, Evansville 34 - Evan Sawyer threw two early TD passes to put Dayton up 14-0, but the Rage had pulled within 14-7 when Antwain Weeden ran a kickoff back 53 yards for a TD. The Silverbacks took the lead for good on Milton Joyner’s 6-yard run to open a 41-20 lead, and clinch home field for the first round of the playoffs.
PORT HURON 62, Indianapolis 8 - The Patriots won a glorified scrimmage, as more than half of the Enforcers players failed to make the trip. Two Patriots (Musa Odeh, Stanley Flemons) suited up for the Enforcers. Patriots QB Torrence Webster completed 10 of 20 passes for 169 yards and 5 touchdowns with only one interception.
X-Dayton            8  0 0 1.000  383  175 Port Huron          3  5 0  .375  286  272
X-Saginaw           6  0 0 1.000  377  152 Indianapolis        1  7 0  .125  144  462
X-Evansville        4  3 0  .571  313  284 Chicago             0  7 0  .000  196  354
X-Clinched playoff berth
WEEK NINE
SATURDAY MAY 5
EVANSVILLE 28, Port Huron 7 - Evansville locked up the number three seed in the playoffs. The first three offensive drives of the game for the Rage began in Patriot territory as RB Joe Casey led the team down the field into the end zone for TDs on two of those drives. The Rage defense came up with three interceptions.
SAGINAW 62, Indianapolis 0 - Sting QB Tommy Jones threw an interception on his first pass, and Indianapolis had the chance to strike first against a Sting team on its heels. But when Sting LB Andrew Deweerd notched an interception and returned it for TD two plays later, it was off to the races, as Saginaw recorded its first shutout.
SUNDAY MAY 6
Dayton at Chicago (Cancelled)
X-Dayton            8  0 0 1.000  383  175 X-Port Huron        3  6 0  .333  293  300
X-Saginaw           7  0 0 1.000  439  152 Indianapolis        1  8 0  .111  144  524
X-Evansville        5  3 0  .625  341  291 Chicago             0  7 0  .000  196  354
X-Clinched playoff berth
WEEK TEN
FRIDAY MAY 11
SAGINAW 41, Dayton 25 - The Silverbacks, who trailed 27-6 at halftime, fell despite three TD passes by Evan Sawyer. Saginaw QB Tommy Jones threw for four scores and ran for another.
SATURDAY MAY 12
PORT HURON 23, Chicago 17 (595) - Chicago tied the game at 17-17 early in the fourth, but Port Huron was able to go ahead for good on Ernie Smith’s 2-yard TD run. With less than a minute remaining, Chicago drove down the field. On second and goal from the two, and with less than a minute to play, Chicago fumbled away their chance.
Evansville 41, INDIANAPOLIS 18 -
X-Saginaw           8  0 0 1.000  480  177 Port Huron          4  6 0  .400  334  318
X-Dayton            8  1 0  .889  408  216 Indianapolis        1  9 0  .100  162  565
Evansville          6  3 0  .667  382  309 Chicago             0  8 0  .000  213  377
X-Clinched playoff berth
MAY 11 - The CIFL changed its playoff format, eliminating the first round and placing the Saginaw Sting and the Dayton Silverbacks automatically into the league title game. The Sting were originally scheduled to visit Evansville next week in their regular season finale. That game has been changed to Chicago at Evansville, giving both Saginaw and Dayton two weeks off before the title game. The shortened playoff format means Port Huron and Evansville will both be finished after the regular season, after already locking up the third and fourth playoff seeds. The decision was made during an owners conference call Wednesday night, and that the decision was unanimous. Ownership from Port Huron and Evansville did not take part in the call.
WEEK ELEVEN (Bye - Saginaw, Indianapolis, Port Huron, Dayton)
SATURDAY MAY 19
EVANSVILLE 36, Chicago 6 -
X-Saginaw           8  0 0 1.000  480  177 Port Huron          4  6 0  .400  334  318
X-Dayton            8  1 0  .889  408  216 Indianapolis        1  9 0  .100  162  565
Evansville          7  3 0  .700  418  315 Chicago             0  9 0  .000  219  413
X-Clinched playoff berth
CIFL CHAMPIONSHIP (Saturday June 2 at Saginaw, MI  - 3,850)
SAGINAW STING (9-0) 35, Dayton Silverbacks (8-2) 7 - While the Silverbacks scored the game's first TD in the first quarter, they would get no more as the Sting tied the game then pulled out to a 21-6 lead by halftime. The Silverbacks added one point at the start of the second half when they picked up a CIFL-rule one-point safety on the kickoff but were shut out for the remainder of the game as Sting extended their lead with two more unanswered TDs. The championship comes in the Sting's first season under head coach Fred Townsend, who was their defensive coordinator last year. The championship is the second for the Sting in the CIFL, they won their first as an expansion team in 2008. The team won another championship last year in the UIFL before returning to their original league in 2012 giving the Sting three titles overall in four years on the gridiron. QB Tommy Jones led the Sting's offense as he connected on 22 of his 35 passes for 233 yards and five TDs. Jeff Austin was his leading receiver with nine catches for 117 yards and four TDs. Evan Sawyer was at QB for the Silverbacks and went 8-for-16 for 84 yards and a TD. He was also the team's leading rusher with 13 carries for 36 yards. Daniel Stover was Dayton's leading receiver with four catches for 45 yards. Marcus Fails added four carries for 18 yards and two receptions for 23 yards. Tyler Waller scored the Silverbacks' lone touchdown of the night with a 12-yard reception while Tyler Penn led the team's defense with 5.5 tackles. The Sting also set a new franchise attendance record during the title game as 3,850 people turned out to watch the team win the crown.
Carolina            3  1 0  .750  209  140 X-Arizona           1  4 0  .200  203  312
Tri-State           1  1 0  .500   85   89 North Alameda       0  0 0  .000    0    0
Maryland            1  4 0  .200  185  306 Nevada              0  2 0  .000   41  118
Macon               0  3 0  .000  107  186
Virginia            0  3 0  .000   44  186 X-Folded
NOTE: On April 17th, the Arizona Outlaws folded. On April 20th, the California Eagles folded.
WEEK NINE
SATURDAY APRIL 28
Macon 41, MARYLAND 35 -
HARRISBURG 80, Tri-State 15 -
N. Alameda at California (Cancelled)
SUNDAY APRIL 29
ONTARIO 92, Arizona 0 - Arizona's total yardage was minus-90. The Warriors defense collected four safeties, which may be more remarkable than the final score. "We keep our guns blazing," said coach Keith Evans, whose team's last score came after a timeout with 17 seconds left. "We're going to put on a show for these people."
EAST COAST                                 WEST COAST
Cape Fear           4  0 0 1.000  274  129 Ontario             5  0 0 1.000  359  151
Harrisburg          4  0 0 1.000  271   74 X-California        3  2 0  .600  268  198
Carolina            3  1 0  .750  209  140 Arizona             1  5 0  .167  203  404
Tri-State           1  2 0  .333  100  169 North Alameda       0  0 0  .000    0    0
Maryland            1  5 0  .167  220  347 Nevada              0  2 0  .000   41  118
Macon               0  3 0  .000  107  186
Virginia            0  3 0  .000   44  186 X-Folded
WEEK TEN
FRIDAY MAY 4
Arizona at California (Cancelled)
SATURDAY MAY 5
CAPE FEAR 99, Macon 26 - Marcus Jones was the visitors' signal caller but said his team was actually the Chattanoga Generals. "We've taken over the Steel's schedule," Jones said. Jones' counterpart, Patrick Pinkney,
completed 6 of 7 passes for 73 yards with three TDs. His backup, Garrett Sutphen, threw for four more TDs.
Harrisburg 68, CAROLINA 20 -
ONTARIO 60, N. Alameda 6 - Christopher Pointdexter amassed 109 rushing yards and three TDs on just eight carries. WRss Solomon Jones and Stefon Ceaser added a TD each and QB Kevin Warner ran for another as Ontario remained perfect.
EAST COAST                                 WEST COAST
Cape Fear           5  0 0 1.000  373  155 Ontario             6  0 0 1.000  419  157
Harrisburg          5  0 0 1.000  339   94 X-California        3  2 0  .600  268  198
Carolina            3  2 0  .600  229  208 Arizona             1  5 0  .167  203  404
Tri-State           1  2 0  .333  100  169 North Alameda       0  1 0  .000    6   60
Maryland            1  5 0  .167  220  347 Nevada              0  2 0  .000   41  118
Virginia            0  3 0  .000   44  186
Macon               0  4 0  .000  133  285 X-Folded
WEEK ELEVEN
SATURDAY MAY 12
Carolina at Macon
HARRISBURG 67, Tri-State 7 -
ONTARIO 76, Nevada 6 - The Warriors scored 46 first half points, as QB Kevin Warner completed 10 of 15 passes for 148 yards and four TDs. On the ground, Brian Flowers carried four times for 44 yards. The defense was also rock solid as usual, allowing just one touchdown, which came in the third quarter.
EAST COAST                                 WEST COAST
Harrisburg          6  0 0 1.000  406  101 Ontario             7  0 0 1.000  495  163
Cape Fear           5  0 0 1.000  373  155 X-California        3  2 0  .600  268  198
Carolina            3  2 0  .600  229  208 X-Arizona           1  5 0  .167  203  404
Tri-State           1  3 0  .250  107  236 North Alameda       0  1 0  .000    6   60
Maryland            1  5 0  .167  220  347 Nevada              0  3 0  .000   47  194
Virginia            0  3 0  .000   44  186
X-Macon             0  4 0  .000  133  285 X-Folded
NOTE: The Macon Steel has apparently folded, but the team's head coach wants to start a new team for 2013 that is currently referred to as the Macon Irons. A new AIF-affiliated team called the Chattanooga Generals recently filled in for one of Macon's games and could complete Macon's remaining 2012 schedule.
WEEK TWELVE
SATURDAY MAY 19
CAPE FEAR 57, Harrisburg 32 - Cape Fear coach Charles Gunnings and offensive coordinator Marcus Wall wore military camouflage and combat boots for a battle of unbeatens. Patrick Pinkney played the first half , with two TD passes. Garrett Sutphen threw two as well. Harrisburg's E.J. Nemeth threw for 317 yards but five interceptions.
SUNDAY MAY 20
Nevada at Ontario (Cancelled)
MONDAY MAY 21
N. Alameda at California (Cancelled)
EAST COAST                                 WEST COAST
Cape Fear           6  0 0 1.000  430  187 X-Ontario           7  0 0 1.000  495  163
Harrisburg          6  1 0  .857  438  158 X-California        3  2 0  .600  268  198
Carolina            3  2 0  .600  229  208 X-Arizona           1  5 0  .167  203  404
Tri-State           1  3 0  .250  107  236 North Alameda       0  1 0  .000    6   60
Maryland            1  5 0  .167  220  347 Nevada              0  3 0  .000   47  194
Virginia            0  3 0  .000   44  186
X-Macon             0  4 0  .000  133  285 X-Folded
MAY 17th - The AIF indefinitely suspended the Ontario Warriors franchise, though team owner Tom Mitchell
announced the day before his team was ceasing operations and working on plans to join another league next year. Mitchell estimated it would have cost his organization more than $25,000 for the trip to the title game. It would have cost more than $3,000 for the expenses of bringing in teams to complete the home schedule.
WEEK THIRTEEN
FRIDAY  MAY 25
CAPE FEAR 81, Carolina 32 - The Heroes forced 10 turnovers, including six in the second half while outscoring the Force 54-12. DB Marcus Hicks had two interceptions and a fumble recovery. With the victory, the Heroes finish the season undefeated. The game was moved from Cnocord to Fayetteville earlier in the week.
GAMES CANCELLED
Nevada at Arizona, Tri-State at Maryland Reapers, Virginia at Macon, N. Alameda at Ontario
EAST COAST                                 WEST COAST
Z-Cape Fear         7  0 0 1.000  511  219 X-Ontario           7  0 0 1.000  495  163
Z-Harrisburg        6  1 0  .857  438  158 X-California        3  2 0  .600  268  198
Z-Carolina          3  3 0  .500  261  289 X-Arizona           1  5 0  .167  203  404
Tri-State           1  3 0  .250  107  236 North Alameda       0  1 0  .000    6   60
Maryland            1  5 0  .167  220  347 Nevada              0  3 0  .000   47  194
Virginia            0  3 0  .000   44  186
X-Macon             0  4 0  .000  133  285
Z-Clinched playoff berth                   X-Folded
AIF PLAYOFFS - FIRST ROUND
SATURDAY JUNE 2
HARRISBURG (6-1) 51, Carolina 12 - QB E.J. Nemeth rushed for four TDs and passed for a fifth as the Stampede throttled the Force. Nemeth scored on runs of 2, 1, 4 and 1 yards as the Stampede outscored Concord 51-6 in the final three quarters after falling behind on a 32-yard TD from DeMarcus Simons to C.J. Washington.
EAST COAST FINAL
SATURDAY JUNE 9
CAPE FEAR (7-0) 42, Harrisburg (7-1) 40 - The Heroes came back from a 14-point hole with a big second half to hold off the Harrisburg Stampede for the Eastern Division championship. Cape Fear had a 9-point lead midway through the fourth and clinched the win with a  1-yard run by Wilmont Perry with 1:02 remaining.
AIF CHAMPIONSHIP GAME
SATURDAY JUNE 16
CAPE FEAR (8-0) 79, California (3-2) 27 - The Heroes went undefeated, winning their first AIF Championship and becoming the second indoor football team in the region to win. The Fayetteville Guard won its title in 2007. The Heroes dominated from the beginning, scoring 25 unanswered points to start the game. The Heroes scored on four of their six drives in the first half to take a 34-7 lead into halftime. Patrick Pinkney threw three TD passes during that stretch, the last one a 34-yarder to Walter Ford two plays after California scored its first points. California closed the gap to 48-27 after three, but the Heroes sealed the deal in the fourth, outscoring the Eagles 31-0 in the final 15 minutes. Defensively, Cape Fear was just as efficient, sacking California's quarterbacks eight times, recording four safeties, and forcing three turnovers. The Heroes also had two touchdowns on defense with Clenton Cochran returning a fumble 44 yards and J.R. Hair taking an interception 10 yards for scores.
FROM SIFL (5): Alabama Hammers, Albany Panthers, Columbus Lions, Louisiana Swashbucklers, Richmond Raiders EXPANSION (1): Knoxville Nighhawks
WEEK ONE
SATURDAY MARCH 10
RICHMOND 64, Columbus 58 (3243) - Last year, Antwon Young was the fifth QB to play for the Richmond Raiders. To start this season, he passed for 172 yards and five TDs and scored on an 18-yard scramble, which was the last of 21 unanswered points by the Raiders, who trailed 44-36 after Young had thrown an interception.
Richmond            1  0 0 1.000   64   58 Albany              0  0 0  .000    0    0
Knoxville           0  0 0  .000    0    0 Louisiana           0  0 0  .000    0    0
Alabama             0  0 0  .000    0    0 Columbus            0  1 0  .000   58   64
WEEK TWO
SATURDAY MARCH 17
COLUMBUS 64, Knoxville 59 - Columbus QB Randy Hippeard and WR Maurice Dupree hooked up for four TDs, as Hippeard finished with five TDs. Knoxville closed to within 64-59 on a 49-yard TD pass from Tony Colston to Justin Craig with 35 seconds left, but the Lions recovered the onside kick. Colston threw for seven TDs.
ALBANY 40, Richmond 28 (5275) - QB Lester Cecil threw three TD passes to Antone Savage, and ran for a score for the Panthers. Richmond QB Anton Young ran for two TDs and threw for one.  Albany secured its victory when defensive back Cory Rue returned an interception 34 yards for a TD with six minutes remaining.
LOUISIANA 56, Alabama 49 (4000) - The Louisiana defense scored twice to break the game open, then preserved the win with a late interception by Eric Jackson. Alabama rallied from a 14-point deficit to twice tie the score in the fourth quarter, but the Swashbucklers answered with a score each time.
Albany              1  0 0 1.000   40   28 Richmond            1  1 0  .500   92   98
Louisiana           1  0 0 1.000   56   49 Knoxville           0  1 0  .000   59   64
Columbus            1  1 0  .500  122  123 Alabama             0  1 0  .000   49   56
WEEK THREE
SATURDAY MARCH 24
Albany 58, LOUISIANA 55 - Cecil Lester threw a 7-yard TD to Clenton Rafe with 4.5 seconds left, to lead the Panthers. Louisiana took an early 19-7 lead before Albany went on a 40-14 run to take a 47-33 lead into the fourth quarter. Louisiana had two turnovers, four missed FGs, 10 penalties and one player, Kenny Kitchen, thrown out.
RICHMOND 70, Knoxville 42 (3071) - Richmond came up with eight turnovers - five interceptions and three fumbles - turning them into 40 points. The defense also stopped the Nighthawks on fourth down deep in their territory to set up another TD. The Raiders returned three interceptions for TDs and recovered a fumble for a TD.
Columbus 56, ALABAMA 43 - Trailing by three points in the fourth, Randy Hippeard threw his seventh and eighth TD passes of the game as the Lions prevailed. Columbus gained a season-high 341 yards of total offense, while Gerald Gales and London Crawford had three TD catches. The Lions' defense forced six turnovers.
Albany              2  0 0 1.000   98   83 Louisiana           1  1 0  .500  111  107
Richmond            2  1 0  .667  162  140 Knoxville           0  2 0  .000  101  134
Columbus            2  1 0  .667  178  166 Alabama             0  2 0  .000   92  112
WEEK FOUR
SATURDAY MARCH 31
Alabama 63, COLUMBUS 60 - Arvell Nelson's 5-yard TD pass to Mico McSwain with 26 seconds left provided the winning margin and handed the Lions their first regular season home loss in a year and a half. Columbus' final drive saw a penalty wipe out a TD pass, then a Randy Hippeard last-ditch heave fell incomplete.
Richmond 80, KNOXVILLE 29 - Antwon Young threw five TD passes to lead the Raiders, four in the first half as the Raiders rolled to a 43-15 lead. As the Raiders pulled away in the fourth quarter, there were several skirmishes between players, and when the game ended, opposing players and coaches had to be separated near midfield.
ALBANY 52, Louisiana 38 (5312) - Cecil Lester finished the night 17-33 for 218 yards and five TDs, while WR Antwone Savage caught three TDs to keep Albany perfect. The Panther defense forced two turnovers and applied constant pressure on Swashbucklers QB Freddie Harrison, sacking him three times.
Albany              3  0 0 1.000  150  121 Louisiana           1  2 0  .333  149  159
Richmond            3  1 0  .750  242  169 Alabama             1  2 0  .000  155  172
Columbus            2  2 0  .500  238  229 Knoxville           0  3 0  .000  130  214
WEEK FIVE
SATURDAY APRIL 14
RICHMOND 62, Alabama 44 (3587) - Richmond QB Antwon Young passed for five TDs and ran for one, while FB Anthony Silvers score twice on rushing plays and DL Brandon Sutton picked up a fumble by Alabama QB Arvell Nelson and ran six yards for a TD. Alabama ran 42 plays for a total of 235 yards and Richmond ran 42 for 292.
COLUMBUS 75, Louisiana 61 - Much of the first half belonged to the Lions, as they led 40-18 thanks to five TD passes from QB Randy Hippeard with both Landon Crawford and Maurice Dupree hauling in two apiece. Hippeard improved on his league-leading TD total with eight.
Albany 59, KNOXVILLE 10 (1532) - Cecil Lester threw five TD passes to keep Albany unbeaten. It was an offensive low point for the first-year Nighthawks. Russell Hill got the start at QB in place of Tony Colston, and was 11-of-28 passing for 143 yards with no TDs and two interception before Colston replaced him in the fourth.
Albany              4  0 0 1.000  209  131 Louisiana           1  3 0  .250  210  234
Richmond            4  1 0  .800  304  213 Alabama             1  3 0  .250  199  234
Columbus            3  2 0  .600  313  290 Knoxville           0  4 0  .000  140  273
WEEK SIX
SATURDAY APRIL 21
LOUISIANA 47, Richmond 45 - Backup QB Freddie Harrison came in for injured Alvin Bartie and tossed three second-half TDs, while the Swashbucklers defense forced two fourth-quarter turnovers. Ellis Mead intercepted a pass at the Swashbucklers four and returned it 44 yards to set up their final TD, a 1-yard run by Kendrick Perry.
ALABAMA 62, Knoxville 25 (3242) - QB Arvell Nelson threw six TD passes and ran for another while Alabama's defense forced five turnovers, including Derek Patterson's 35-yard interception return for a TD late in the third quarter, to go with seven sacks. After spotting Knoxville a 6-0 lead, Alabama scored 28 unanswered points.
ALBANY 57, Columbus 40 (5511) - Lavance Richmond's 50-yard interception return for a TD on the game's first play was a tone-setter for the Panthers, as its defense held Columbus more than 20 points below their season average. Albany quarterback Cecil Lester threw for 192 yards and four touchdowns.
Albany              5  0 0 1.000  266  171 Louisiana           2  3 0  .400  257  279
Richmond            4  2 0  .667  349  260 Alabama             2  3 0  .400  261  259
Columbus            3  3 0  .500  353  347 Knoxville           0  5 0  .000  165  335
WEEK SEVEN (Bye - Columbus, Richmond)
FRIDAY APRIL 27
Louisiana 61, KNOXVILLE 28 (1691) - The Nighthawks gave up 34 unanswered points to start the game and never recovered. Louisiana QB Freddie Harrison threw for 216 yards on 11 of 20 passing with three TDs, while Knoxville QB Willie Copeland threw three interceptions. Swashbucklers RB Kendrick Perry had four rushing TDs.
SATURDAY APRIL 28
ALBANY 62, Alabama 53 (5220) - Albany QB Cecil Lester finished 18-of-36 passing for 208 yards, three TDs and one interception. Derrick Winbush added two rushing touchdowns. The Hammers jumped out to an early lead when Arvell Nelson connected on two TD passes to Harris Thomas to take a 14-10 lead after the first quarter.
Albany              6  0 0 1.000  328  224 Louisiana           3  3 0  .500  318  307
Richmond            4  2 0  .667  349  260 Alabama             2  4 0  .333  314  321
Columbus            3  3 0  .500  353  347 Knoxville           0  6 0  .000  193  396
WEEK EIGHT
SATURDAY MAY 5
RICHMOND 50, Louisiana 43 (4389) - Louisiana scored on the first play, when QB Freddie Harrison threw a 30-yard TD to Jordan Rideaux. Antwon Young threw a 14-yard TD pass to Antwuan Williams to break a 43-43 tie with just eight seconds left. Young threw for four TDs and ran for two. Harrison threw five TD passes.
COLUMBUS 58, Albany 56 - The Panthers saw their perfect start end on Trey Crum’s 54-yard FG. The Panthers erased a 14-point deficit in the final minute of the game. They were down 55-41 at the one minute warning, and grabbed a 56-55 lead with 18 seconds left. And they did it with their new QB, Darnell Kennedy.
KNOXVILLE 64, Alabama 61 (2OT) (1817) - The Hammers tied the game with a FG as regulation time expired. Knoxville's Ryan Schuck scored a 25-yard TD in OT. After several plays, the Hammers answered with a TD of their own. During the second overtime, Schuck made a spectacular dive for his fifth TD of the night.
Albany              6  1 0  .857  384  282 Louisiana           3  4 0  .429  361  357
Richmond            5  2 0  .714  399  303 Alabama             2  5 0  .286  375  385
Columbus            4  3 0  .571  411  403 Knoxville           1  6 0  .143  257  457
WEEK NINE
FRIDAY MAY 11
Richmond 65, ALABAMA 59 (2054) - The Hammers scored on their first three possessions to take a 21-13 lead in the second quarter, but the Raiders scored 17 unanswered points. Arvell Nelson found Charles McClain with an 8-yard TD pass to make it 65-59 with 16 seconds left, but the Raiders were able to run out the clock.
SATURDAY MAY 12
Columbus 58, KNOXVILLE 55 - Chandler Brooks, signed as a replacement for Trey Crum, who is unavailable for three games due to prior obligations, hit a 37-yard FG as time expired for Columbus, while Randy Hippeard threw
for 231 yards and four TDs, and ran for three TDs. Maurice Dupree caught two TDs for a league-leading 26.
ALBANY 54, Louisiana 47 - Albany QB Cecil Lester connected with WR Clenton Rafe on a 10-yard TD pass with 22 seconds left for the win. Louisiana fell behind early and trailed 14-0 before the Bucs started clicking. The second half was a see saw affair, with both teams exchanging leads seven times.
X-Albany            7  1 0  .875  428  329 Louisiana           3  5 0  .375  408  411
X-Richmond          6  2 0  .750  464  362 Alabama             2  6 0  .250  434  450
Columbus            5  3 0  .625  469  458 Knoxville           1  7 0  .125  312  515
X-Clinched playoff berth
WEEK TEN
SATURDAY MAY 19
Albany 59, ALABAMA 40 - The two teams turned the trash-talk up a notch after Albany turned a five-point game with nine minutes to go into a 19-point rout. Players had to be separated several times in the final minutes as the Panthers made one final stop, then a brawl ensued, punches were thrown and the benches cleared.
LOUISIANA 53, Knoxville 51 - The game was decided with four minutes left when Freddie Harrison found Sammy Knight in the secondary and took the ball to the one. A couple of plays later, Knight was able to punch it in. A two-point conversion try was unsuccessful. The Bucs were able to maintain a defensive stand against Knoxville.
RICHMOND 74, Columbus 64 - Columbus QB Randy Hippeard threw for 348 yards and nine TDs. But he still ended up losing the game. The final score took place on a 30-yard TD pass from Hippeard to London Crawford with 15 seconds left on the clock. The Lions' onside kick failed.
X-Albany            8  1 0  .889  487  369 Louisiana           4  5 0  .444  461  462
X-Richmond          7  2 0  .778  538  426 Alabama             2  7 0  .222  474  509
Columbus            5  4 0  .556  533  532 Knoxville           1  8 0  .111  363  568
X-Clinched playoff berth
WEEK ELEVEN
SATURDAY JUNE 2
Richmond 57, ALABAMA 40 - The Raiders secured a home playoff game. The Hammers cut the lead to 42-40 early in the fourth before Jordan Pavlison scored on a two-yard run and added a 17-yard TD run. Richmond QB Antwon Young threw for four TDs and ran for three scores. Alabama QB Tony Colson threw for five TDs.
ALBANY 74, Knoxville 64 - The lead changed hands 18 times before Albany took a 60-58 lead with 3:55 left when Cecil Lester, who threw eight TD passes, connected with Clenton Rafe. Knoxville QB Russell Hill hit Ryan Schuck with a 25-yard TD pass 22 seconds left, but Larry Edwards scored on the onside kick to put the game away.
LOUISIANA 61, Columbus 57 - The Lions lost as Louisiana scored a rushing TD with 4 seconds. The Lions went for a field goal and uno to tie but missed the FG. Columbus QB Randy Hippeard threw eight TD passes, including six to Maurice Dupree. Two fumbles and an interception cost the Lions severely -- all returned for TDs.
X-Albany            9  1 0  .900  561  433 X-Louisiana         5  5 0  .500  522  519
X-Richmond          8  2 0  .800  595  466 Alabama             2  8 0  .200  514  566
X-Columbus          5  5 0  .500  590  593 Knoxville           1  9 0  .100  427  642
X-Clinched playoff berth
WEEK TWELVE
SATURDAY JUNE 9
Albany 57, COLUMBUS 54 - Panthers backup QB Chris Mitchell came off the bench after Cecil Lester went down with an injury early in the fourth quarter and scored four TDs to lead Albany to a come-from-behind win and home-field advantage throughout the playoffs. Columbus added 18 unanswered points to take a 33-15 halftime lead.
Richmond 60, KNOXVILLE 57 - Roshawn Marshall intercepted a pass at the Richmond goal line and returned it for a TD to seal the Raiders’ win. Richmond trailed most of the game, but Marshall’s TD put the Raiders up 60-51 with 3:06 remaining. Raiders QB Antwon Young passed for 236 yards and five TDs and ran for 43 yards and a TD.
ALABAMA 58, Louisiana 42 (2209) - The Hammers pulled off the upset as QB Arvell Nelson completed 21-of-32 passes for 217 yards and four TDs. He also ran 42 yards and two TDs. Alabama's Darian Payne made nine tackles, five solo, and returned a fumble 32 yards for a TD, while Ray Little intercepted three passes.
X-Albany           10  1 0  .909  618  487 X-Louisiana         5  6 0  .455  564  577
X-Richmond          9  2 0  .818  655  523 Alabama             3  8 0  .273  572  608
X-Columbus          5  6 0  .455  644  650 Knoxville           1 10 0  .091  484  702
X-Clinched playoff berth
WEEK ELEVEN
SATURDAY JUNE 16
COLUMBUS 76, Knoxville 63 - London Crawford ran for two TDs, caught and threw a TD pass to help lead the
Lions snap a franchise-worst three-game skid. WR Maurice Dupree grabbed two more TDs, finishing as the PIFL leader with 40. Despite surrendering 345 yards through the air, Columbus' defense forced three turnovers.
RICHMOND 67, Albany 66 - T.C. Stevens' 27-yard FG as time expired lifted the Raiders to a win in a showdown between the PIFL's strongest teams. QB Antwon Young threw four TD passes and rushed for three for Richmond. Albany played without QB Cecil Lester, who has thrown for 47 TDs, due to a lingering knee problem.
LOUISIANA 75, Alabama 70 - The Swashbucklers ended the regular season with a win, but had to come from behind to take it, considering the Hammers surged back from a 20 point deficit to nearly win the game. With Alabame going to the upset with seven seconds left, LB Trey Blackmon intercepted an Arvel Nelson pass.
X-Albany           10  2 0  .833  684  554 X-Columbus          6  6 0  .500  720  713
X-Richmond         10  2 0  .833  732  589 Alabama             3  9 0  .250  642  683
X-Louisiana         6  6 0  .500  639  647 Knoxville           1 11 0  .083  547  778
X-Clinched playoff berth
PIFL SEMI-FINALS
SATURDAY JUNE 23
ALBANY (10-2) 60, Columbus (6-6) 36 - Darnell Kennedy, the Panthers’ second-string QB who got the start because starter Cecil Lester was out with a sprained MCL, threw six TDs, four to Antwone Savage, and ran for another as Albany outscored the Lions 16-0 in the fourth. Lions coach Doug Gibson, when Albany went for a 2-point conversion with 30 seconds left, said, "We will remember that. That’s what classless organizations do."
MONDAY JUNE 25
RICHMOND (10-2) 56, Louisiana (6-6) 50 - T.C. Stevens missed a 25-yard FG, and Louisiana had 16 seconds to make a comeback. Backup QB Alvin Bartie was on the field, after Chris Mayabb broke his hand in the second quarter. Bartie had two shots to win. Despite throwing an interception with no time left, the play was called back for an illegal defense and Richmond's RoShawn Marshall knocked down a pass at the buzzer.
PIFL CHAMPIONSHIP
SATURDAY JUNE 30
ALBANY (11-2) 60, Richmond (11-2) 56 (6194) - The Albany Panthers captured its second consecutive league title in a frantic finish. Richmond’s James Stedman scored on a 1-yard TD run with 1:20 remaining to cut Albany’s 14-point fourth-quarter lead in half, but a Ryan Gates FG with 27 seconds left gave the Panthers enough of a cushion to hang on. Richmond’s Herb Jones caught a 17-yard TD pass from Stedman with very little time remaining. Stedman entered the game for the Raiders when starting QB Antwon Young was ejected in the third quarter for throwing a football in the face of a Panthers defender. The two teams had to be separated in pregame warmups after Raiders wideout Jason Lovett began jawing at the Panthers players as they ran out onto the field. Albany QB Darnell Kennedy, who played the first two quarters and part of the third before being replaced by Cecil Lester, finished with 164 yards passing and four TDs. Lester, who finished with 84 yards passing and two TDs, came on and put the nail in the coffin, throwing the go-ahead to Antwone Savage and the game-sealer to Antwon Cutts with 3:36 left in the fourth quarter.
FROM SIFL (4): Abilene Ruff Riders, Corpus Christi Hammerheads, Houston Stallions, Rio Grande Valley Magic
FROM IFL (2): Amarillo Venom, West Texas Roughnecks, San Angelo Stampede Express (will not play until 2013)
EXPANSION (2): Laredo Rattlesnakes, Mesquite Bandits (Expelled January 30)
WEEK ONE (Bye - Houston)
SATURDAY MARCH 31
ABILENE 55, Corpus Christi 49 (OT) (600) - When Corpus Christi DL Jeremiah Jenkins recovered a fumble by QB Larry Dockery to force a 49-49 tie with 0:53 left, Abilene was on blowing a 33-10 halftime lead. But George Pierson hooked the extra point, and Abilene won in overtime on Jeremiah Turner's 2-yard run.
AMARILLO 44, West Texas 28 (3000) - The Venom defense scored twice; the offense put up 20 unanswered points on three TD passes from Ken Johnson, Jr. to WR DuVaughn Flagler to close out the game. Amarillo put the game away with 46 seconds left when LB Edward Cantrell intercepted a trick pass inside the Amarillo 5.
MONDAY APRIL 2
Laredo 43, RG VALLEY 31 (3250) - Both teams had trouble finding the end-zone early, however Laredo QB Matt Jeffers had a 4-yard TD run in the first quarter as Laredo took a 10-0 halftime lead. Jeffers finished 21 of 35 with 199 yards and two TDs while Magic QB Billy Garza finished 22 of 42 with 273 yards and four touchdowns.
Abilene             1  0 0 1.000   55   49 Rio Grande Valley   0  1 0  .000   31   43
Amarillo            1  0 0 1.000   44   28 Corpus Christi      0  1 0  .000   49   55
Laredo              1  0 0 1.000   43   31 West Texas          0  1 0  .000   28   44
Houston             0  0 0  .000    0    0
WEEK TWO (Bye - Abilene)
FRIDAY APRIL 6
LAREDO 63, Amarillo 60 (3300) - Venom QB Ken Johnson Jr. completed 22-of-31 passes for 318 yards and five TDs, but lost three fumbles. Laredo QB Matt Jeffers completed 24-of-37 for 342 yards and seven TDs, and he ran for the game-winning TD. Darnell Williams had 16 catches for 217 yards and four TDs for the Rattlesnakes.
SATURDAY APRIL 7
HOUSTON 67, West Texas 23 - The Stallions offense produced TDs on every drive with QB Robert Kent leading the way. Kenyada Tatum, Timon Marshall, and Damion Clark each scored a touchdown in the opening quarter. The Stallions defensive unit forced three turnovers and added two sacks on the night.
MONDAY APRIL 9
RG Valley 74, CORPUS CHRISTI 67 (2500) - The Magic scored two TDs early in the fourth to take a 74-55 lead, and two late Corpus Christi TDs were not enough. Magic QB Billy Garza completed 17 of 30 passes for 265 yards and seven TDs, while Hammerheads QB John De Los Santos completed 22 of 34 passes for 210 yards and five TDs.
Laredo              2  0 0 1.000  106   91 Rio Grande Valley   1  1 0  .500  105  110
Abilene             1  0 0 1.000   55   49 Corpus Christi      0  2 0  .000  116  129
Houston             1  0 0 1.000   67   23 West Texas          0  2 0  .000   51  111
Amarillo            1  1 0  .500  104   91
WEEK THREE (Bye - Amarillo, Houston, RG Valley, Abilene, Corpus Christi)
SATURDAY APRIL 14
WEST TEXAS 84, Laredo 39 - The Roughnecks held the Rattlesnakes to just three points in the first half.
Roughnecks QB Micah Brown and Matt Parsons combined to go 25 of 43 for 316 yards, with one interception. Wide receiver Kevin Williams was the top target, catching 10 passes for 135 yards and a pair of touchdowns.
Houston             1  0 0 1.000   67   23 Rio Grande Valley   1  1 0  .500  105  110
Abilene             1  0 0 1.000   55   49 West Texas          1  2 0  .333  135  150
Laredo              2  1 0  .667  145  175 Corpus Christi      0  2 0  .000  116  129
Amarillo            1  1 0  .500  104   91
WEEK FOUR (Bye - Corpus Christi)
SATURDAY APRIL 21
Amarillo 42, ABILENE 41 (2300) - Amarillo scored twice in the final minute to escape with a come-from-behind victory. The Ruff Riders built a 15-point lead in the third period, but the Venom rallied behind a newcomer, Josh Harris, at QB. Abilene did score on the final play, but John Anderson's XP attempt sailed wide to the left.
RG Valley 53, WEST TEXAS 29 - Matt Parsons threw for 213 yards and four TDs, but it wasn’t enough. The Roughnecks trailed 29-7 at halftime before mounting a comeback with Parsons under center. The Magic offense, specifically QB Billy Garza, was too much as they outscored the Roughnecks 19-6 in the final quarter.
SUNDAY APRIL 22
Houston 47, LAREDO 38 (5168) - The Rattlesnakes suffered their second straight loss and will have a bye-week. The bye-week couldn't have come at a better time. The 'Snakes didn't have a kicker, saying Radamez Rubiio was having issues and couldn't play in the game. WR and top-scorer Darnell Williams was injured in the second half.
Houston             2  0 0 1.000  114   61 Abilene             1  1 0  .500   96   91
Amarillo            2  1 0  .667  146  132 West Texas          1  3 0  .250  164  203
Rio Grande Valley   2  1 0  .667  158  139 Corpus Christi      0  2 0  .000  116  129
Laredo              2  2 0  .500  183  222
WEEK FIVE (Bye - Laredo)
SATURDAY APRIL 28
ABILENE 45, RG Valley 36 (2300) - Larry Dockery threw for 265 yards and six TDs to lead the Ruff Riders, while Tyjuan Manning caught a pair of TD passes. Abilene led at the half 32-22. During the second half, the Magic could not catch up to the Ruff Riders despite trimming the deficit to two points late in the fourth quarter.
Houston 74, AMARILLO 64 (3500) - Houston QB Robert Kent threw a 45-yard TD strike on the first play. The Stallions turned two interceptions into TDs in the second quarter. Venom QB Garrett Roberson threw two TD passes late, but Amarillo was forced to attempt two onside kicks in the final minutes in a rally that fell short.
WEST TEXAS 71, Corpus Christi 28 (1800) - The Roughnecks were ahead 41-28 at halftime, and outscored Corpus Christi 30-0 in the final two quarters, as the defense has three TDs. QB Micah Brown threw four TD passes. The Roughnecks also blocked two field goals for touchdowns.
Houston             3  0 0 1.000  198  125 Amarillo            2  2 0  .500  210  206
Abilene             2  1 0  .667  141  127 West Texas          2  3 0  .400  235  231
Rio Grande Valley   2  2 0  .500  194  184 Corpus Christi      0  3 0  .000  144  200
Laredo              2  2 0  .500  183  222
WEEK SIX (Bye - West Texas)
SATURDAY MAY 5
RG VALLEY 60, Amarillo 42 (3200) - The Venom could not overcome six picks by QBs Garrett Roberson and Josh Harris. Amarillo got as close as 40-34 with 7:52 to play on a 17-yard TD catch and two-point conversion catch by WR DuVaughan Flagler. RGV scored three TDs in the final 5:28, two coming on TD catches by WR Danny Young.
SUNDAY MAY 6
HOUSTON 81, Abilene 20 - Houston scored on its first four possessions, along with a defensive and special teams TD in the first quarter. By the time Larry Dockery threw a 37-yard TD pass to Desmond Sanders, the Ruff Riders were down 28-0. Houston led 55-14 at halftime, as QB Robert Kent threw for 272 yards and seven TDs.
CORPUS CHRISTI 43, Laredo 42 (4300) - FB Skyler Moore scored the eventual game winner with :57 left. Laredo would score one last time when QB Matt Jeffers hit Keith Smith with a 27-yard TD pass. Laredo elected to go for two and the win. The conversion failed and the Hammerheads recovered the ensuing onside kick.
Houston             4  0 0 1.000  279  145 Amarillo            2  3 0  .400  252  266
Rio Grande Valley   3  2 0  .600  254  226 West Texas          2  3 0  .400  235  231
Abilene             2  2 0  .500  161  208 Corpus Christi      1  3 0  .250  187  242
Laredo              2  3 0  .400  225  265
WEEK SEVEN (Bye - RG Valley)
SATURDAY MAY 12
Amarillo 44, WEST TEXAS 28 (1500) - Kevin Brown intercepted three passes, including two in the fourth, but it wasn’t enough for West Texas. The Roughnecks failed to score an offensive TD in the second half; their QBs combined to throw nine interceptions. Newly acquired Venom QB Nate Davis threw for 211 yards and four TDs.
HOUSTON 50, Laredo 40 - Down 40-36 in the fourth, Houston's Tatum Kenyada returned a kickoff 50 yards for a TD to give the Stallions the lead. Robert Kent iced the win with a 10-yard TD run. Laredo QB Matt Jeffers threw for 284 yards and 4 TDs, but the Houston defense held the Rattlesnakes to six net yards rushing.
SUNDAY MAY 13
CORPUS CHRISTI 75, Abilene 46 (2300) - Abilene QB Larry Dockery was pulled  in the first half after going 7-for-17 for 66 yards, no TDs. It was all Hammerheads as they led 55-20 at half. lead. John DeLosSantos was nearly perfect, completing 24 of 25 passes for 254 yards and six TDs. He ended the night with nine TD passes.
Houston             5  0 0 1.000  329  185 Corpus Christi      2  3 0  .400  262  268
Rio Grande Valley   3  2 0  .600  254  226 West Texas          2  4 0  .333  263  275
Amarillo            3  3 0  .500  296  294 Laredo              2  4 0  .333  265  315
Abilene             2  3 0  .400  207  283
WEEK EIGHT (Bye - Amarillo)
SATURDAY MAY 19
Abilene 39, WEST TEXAS 37 - West Texas trailed the Ruff Riders, 39-24, with 6:23 left, but a pair of TDs pulled the Roughnecks within 39-37. With 1.3 seconds left, the Roughnecks lined up for what would have been a 24-yard game-winning FG by Daniel Dillinger, but the snap went awry and holder Micah Brown couldn't handle it.
HOUSTON 61, Corpus Christi 7 - Archie “LA” Reed picked up two fumble recoveries and on offense Kent and Marshall had a big night, connecting on three touchdowns for the undefeated Stallions.
MONDAY MAY 21
RG VALLEY 81, Laredo 49 - Magic QB Billy Garza threw a season-high eight TD passes and had 350 passing yards. Danny Young had 11 catches for 160 yards for the Magic. Laredo would get close in the second quarter on an Oliver Pryor TD from a yard out to trail 20-14. That is as close as Laredo got on the evening.
Houston             6  0 0 1.000  390  192 Corpus Christi      2  4 0  .333  269  329
Rio Grande Valley   4  2 0  .667  335  275 West Texas          2  5 0  .286  300  324
Amarillo            3  3 0  .500  296  294 Laredo              2  5 0  .286  314  396
Abilene             3  3 0  .500  246  320
WEEK NINE (Bye - Laredo)
SATURDAY MAY 26
RG Valley 75, AMARILLO 74 (3000) - WR Danny Young caught six TD passes and had 158 receiving yards to propel the Magic. RGV scored on a TD pass from Billy Garza to Young to take a 74-65 lead with 1:23 left. Amarillo answered with a TD pass from Nate Davis to Raymond Johnson with 54.9 seconds left, but could get no closer.
SUNDAY MAY 27
CORPUS CHRISTI 44, West Texas 29 -
MONDAY MAY 28
Houston 85, ABILENE 75 - Abilene QB Byron Ingram threw six TD passes and ran for three scores, but the Ruff Riders couldn't keep up with the high-powered Houston offense, which was stopped only three times in the first half to lead 57-55. Stallions QB Robert Kent threw for 398 yards, and 11 TDs.
Houston             7  0 0 1.000  475  267 Abilene             3  4 0  .429  321  405
Rio Grande Valley   5  2 0  .714  410  349 Laredo              2  5 0  .286  314  396
Amarillo            3  4 0  .429  370  369 West Texas          2  6 0  .250  329  368
Corpus Christi      3  4 0  .429  313  358
WEEK TEN (Bye - Houston)
SUNDAY JUNE 3
LAREDO 13, Abilene 12 - Neither team's QB completed more than 50 percent of his passes or passed for more than 150 yards. Laredo K Blake Erickson, who made his debut, kicked a pair of FGs, an extra point and set up a turnover. Abilene's John Anderson missed the two points after the Ruff Riders' TDs and his one FG attempt.
CORPUS CHRISTI 82, Amarillo 75 (5700) - The teams both had 12 TDs, but the Venom were 1-of-5 on PAT kicks and 1-of-7 on 2-point conversions. Amarillo had a chance to tie with nine seconds left afterg a blocked FG attempt by Corpus Christi. After taking over at their own 24, the Venom had two incomplete passes to end the game.
MONDAY JUNE 4
West Texas 72, RG VALLEY 62 - Billy Garza threw for 325 yards and seven TDs, while Melvin Stephenson had 250 all-purpose yards but it was not enough for the Magic, who lost at home for the second time this season and saw their three game winning streak snapped.
Houston             7  0 0 1.000  475  267 Abilene             3  5 0  .375  333  418
Rio Grande Valley   5  3 0  .625  472  421 Laredo              3  5 0  .375  327  408
Corpus Christi      4  4 0  .500  395  433 West Texas          3  6 0  .333  401  430
Amarillo            3  5 0  .375  445  451
NOTE: With four games left in the regular season, the Houston Stallions foledafter the recent resignation of general manager Aaron Glenn and staff. Each team that played the Stallions will have the loss wiped from its record. That pushes the Corpus Christi Hammerheads to 4-3 and puts them just a half-game behind the 5-3 Rio Grande City Magic for first place. Laredo and Abilene are tied at 3-3 with West Texas and Amarillo each being 3-4.
NEW STANDING AFTER HOUSTON FOLDED
F-Houston           7  0 0 1.000  475  267 Abilene             3  3 0  .500  333  418
Rio Grande Valley   5  3 0  .625  472  421 Amarillo            3  4 0  .429  445  451
Corpus Christi      4  3 0  .571  395  433 West Texas          3  4 0  .429  401  430
Laredo              3  3 0  .500  327  408 F-Folded
WEEK ELEVEN (Bye - Abilene, RG Valley)
SATURDAY JUNE 9
AMARILLO 74, Laredo 46 - Laredo cut Amarillo’s lead to 39-38 when Matt Jeffers hit Jerome McGee for a 24-yard TD pass early in the second half. But the Venom scored 21 straight points on three straight running TDs. They had six rushing TDs in all. QB Nate Davis completed 26-of-39 for 275 yards and four TDs and ran for three more.
WEST TEXAS 67, Corpus Christi 48 - QB Devin Dominguez threw for 195 yards and five TDs to lead West Texas.
Bernard Luster caught four TDs, including the go-ahead TD off a 13-yard pass with 2:27 left.  The Roughnecks were outgained 303-191 but forced two fumbles, including one that was recovered for a TD by Brandon Sesay.
F-Houston           7  0 0 1.000  475  267 West Texas          4  4 0  .500  468  478
Rio Grande Valley   5  3 0  .625  472  421 Laredo              3  3 0  .500  327  408
Corpus Christi      4  4 0  .500  443  500 Abilene             3  3 0  .500  333  418
Amarillo            4  4 0  .500  519  497 F-Folded
WEEK TWELVE
SATURDAY JUNE 16
West Texas 62, RG VALLEY 61 - The Magic surrendered a 19-point halftime lead and lost, as second half turnovers plagued the Magic on offense. Both teams exchanged TDs during the second half but it was the Roughnecks Justin Child who recovered a fumble late in the fourth to put the game out of reach for the Magic.
AMARILLO 56, Abilene 48 (3000) - Amarillo broke open a back-and-forth game with several key special teams plays in the second half. After a safety made it  Amarillo 42-33, KR Raymond Johnson scooped up the ensuing kick in the end zone and went the distance, giving the Venom a comfortable 49-33 cushion with 5:55 to play.
MONDAY JUNE 18
Corpus Christi at Laredo - The Rattlesnakes issued a press release on Monday morning stating that the game will be postponed until further notice due to unforeseen traveling issues. Fans will be reissued tickets to see the Rattlesnakes vs. the Hammerheads once a date is secured and confirmed.
F-Houston           7  0 0 1.000  475  267 Corpus Christi      4  4 0  .500  443  500
Rio Grande Valley   5  4 0  .556  533  483 Laredo              3  3 0  .500  327  408
Amarillo            5  4 0  .556  585  545 Abilene             3  4 0  .429  381  474
West Texas          5  4 0  .556  530  539 F-Folded
WEEK THIRTEEN
SATURDAY JUNE 23
LAREDO 65, RG Valley 31 - First half turnovers plagued the Magic on offense as the Rattlesnakes capitalize on them for TDs. QB Matt Jeffers threw for 185 yards and four TD passes on 16-of-23 completed passes. Before the game, Chad Dittman said he was selling both the the Rattlesnakes and the Magic.
MONDAY JUNE 25
ABILENE 57, West Texas 34 - Abilene scored 34 unanswered points to start the game, as RB Jeremiah Turner scored two of his three rushing TDs and Ty Sellers hooked up with WR John Fields twice for scores. Sellers completed 24 of 42 passes in the game for 244 yards and five TDs as Abilene led 41-14 at the half.
Amarillo 60, CORPUS CHRISTI 40 - With the score tied 40-40 in the fourth, Amarillo scored 20 unanswered points, highlighted by TD passes from Nate Davis to wide receivers DuVaughn Flagler and Anthony Clark. Clark’s over-the-top touchdown catch on a fade route with 2:32 to play put the game away.
F-Houston           7  0 0 1.000  475  267 Rio Grande Valley   5  5 0  .500  564  548
Amarillo            6  4 0  .600  645  585 Abilene             4  4 0  .500  438  508
Laredo              4  3 0  .571  392  439 Corpus Christi      4  5 0  .444  483  560
West Texas          5  5 0  .500  564  596 F-Folded
WEEK FOURTEEN (Bye - West Texas, Corpus Christi)
SATURDAY JUNE 30
Amarillo 65, ABILENE 32 - Abilene turned the ball over on its first three possessions as the Venom took a 31-0 lead and led 52-13 at halftime, clinching a home playoff game. Abilene QB Ty Sellers threw for just 91 yards and four interceptions in the first half. Amarillo QB Nate Davis threw for 411 yards and 8 TDs, five to DuVaughn Flagler.
Laredo 69, RG VALLEY 53 - Laredo WR Josh Crawford led all scorers with 3 TDs, while Matt Jeffers threw five TDs and 215 yards in the win. The defense also picked up three interceptions. The Rattlesnakes still have a chance to secure the #1 overall seed with a win over Corpus Christi in their final regular season game.
F-Houston           7  0 0 1.000  475  267 Rio Grande Valley   5  6 0  .455  617  617
X-Amarillo          7  4 0  .636  710  617 Abilene             4  5 0  .444  470  573
X-Laredo            5  3 0  .625  461  492 Corpus Christi      4  5 0  .444  483  560
West Texas          5  5 0  .500  564  596
X-Clinched playoff berth                   F-Folded
WEEK FIFTEEN
FRIDAY JULY 6
LAREDO 62, Corpus Christi 14 - Laredo QB Matt Jeffers was pulled from the lineup, as originally planned according to Rattlesnakes coach Rod Miller, and Robert Kent Jr., the former Houston QB, was given his chance to shine. And he did as he led the Rattlesnakes to touchdowns on each of his first eight drives.
SATURDAY JULY 7
RG Valley 38, ABILENE 37 - Abilene coach Joe Brannen called a timeout to ice Rio Grande Valley K Leo Araguz just before he missed the game-winning FG as time expired. Given another chance, Araguz booted a 31-yard FG through the uprights, lifting the Magic to the playoffs. Abilene will miss the postseason for the third straight year.
AMARILLO 70, West Texas 43 (3800) - The Venom wasted little time, scoring on their first seven possessions and never trailing. Amarillo had a 49-29 lead at halftime. QB Nate Davis, who joined the Venom when they had a 2-3 record, was an impressive 25-of-35 passing for 345 yards and nine touchdowns.
F-Houston           7  0 0 1.000  475  267 X-West Texas        5  6 0  .455  607  666
Z-Amarillo          8  4 0  .667  780  660 Abilene             4  6 0  .400  507  611
X-Laredo            6  3 0  .667  523  506 Corpus Christi      4  6 0  .400  497  622
X-Rio Grande Valley 6  6 0  .500  655  654 F-Folded
Z-Clinched regular seasion title           X-Clinched playoff berth
LSFL PLAYOFFS - SEMI-FINALS
SATURDAY JULY 14
AMARILLO (8-4) 56, West Texas (5-6) 42 (3000) - Amarillo, after a 2-3 start, reached the title game with its sixth straight win. The Venom scored 24 points in the second quarter, while the defense, with four sacks and two interceptions of QB Devin Dominguez, never allowed West Texas to mount a serious threat in the second half.
RG Valley (6-6) 50, LAREDO (6-3) 47 - The Magic came back in the final seconds to defeat the Rattlesnakes, as the winning score came on a 21-yard pass from Billy Garza to Ryan Lincoln with nine seconds left. The Rattlesnakes had trouble converting on third downs, only converting one of six attempts.
"THE TEXAS SHOOTOUT" at San Angelo, TX
SATURDAY JULY 21
Amarillo (9-4) 62, Rio Grande Valley (7-6) 40 (500) - Amarillo held a 22-20 lead at halftime, but the Venom outscored Rio Grande Valley 40-20 in the second half to break the game open. Venom WR Raymond Johnson won MVP honors with eight catches for 154 yards and three TDs, including a catch over the wall in the fourth quarter. Amarillo QB Nate Davis finished 19 of 38 for 301 yards for seven TDs and also added a 2-yard TD run. Amarillo's defense intercepted Rio Grande Valley quarterback Billy Garza three times. Amarillo now has two indoor football league championships, and first-year head coach Julian Reese has had a hand in both. Reese also was the quarterback in 2004 when the former Amarillo Dusters won the Intense Football League title.
WEEK NINE
FRIDAY APRIL 27
LAKELAND 106, Rome 8 - Julius McClellan scooped up a fumble and returned it 18 yards to put Lakeland at the 104-point mark, tied for first all time in the UIFL, and a reception in the back of the end zone by Chuck Walker gave the team the record — the most points ever scored in a UIFL game.
SATURDAY APRIL 28
E. KENTUCKY 105, Western PA 8 - Allan Holland threw for 10 touchdowns, five of which to Aric Evans. Holland was 14-of-17 for 228 yards on the game, while Evans had six catches for 76 yards. The Drillers defense added three touchdowns in the victory.
FLORIDA 58, Mississippi 26 (4808) - Florida scored on all seven of its first-half drives, and led 37-12 at the half en route to clinching a playoff berth. Tarpons QB Chris Wallace threw for six TDs, hooking up twice each with Carlos Singleton, Donald Fusilier and Wilfred Riveria.  Mississippi did get four TD passes from QB Tavares Woodley.
CINCINNATI 58, Marion 38 - Phillip Barnett caught four of Tyler Sheehan’s five TD passes as Cincinnati remained unbeaten. Sheehan finished the game 18-of-32 for 268 yards, five TDs and three interceptions. Marion QB Josh Harris threw for 243 yards on 16-of-40 passing with five touchdowns and five interceptions.
SUNDAY APRIL 29
ERIE 74, Johnstown 14 (1786) - The Generals compiled just 111 yards of total offense, while Erie had 337 yards of total offense, 312 passing and 25 rushing. Erie opened the scoring with a 40-yard TD pass from Darmel Whitfield, and added 28 points in the second quarter for a 36-0 halftime lead.
NORTHERN CONFERENCE                        SOUTHERN CONFERENCE
Cincinnati          6  0 0 1.000  406  183 X-Florida           6  0 0 1.000  342  188
Marion              5  2 0  .714  402  238 Lakeland            4  2 0  .667  412  194
Erie                5  2 0  .714  432  214 E. Kentucky         4  3 0  .571  354  276
Johnstown           2  5 0  .286  196  347 Rome                1  5 0  .167  100  394
W. Pennsylvania     0  6 0  .000  126  464 Mississippi         1  7 0  .125  232  397
X-Clinched Playoff Berth
NOTE: An outdoor team called the Letcher County Wolves of the semi-pro Alliance Football League replaced the UIFL's Western PA Sting team for a game last weekend against the Eastern Kentucky Drillers.
WEEK TEN
SATURDAY MAY 5
ERIE 102, Western PA 30 (2219) - Tirone Morris and Willie Idlette combined for 245 yards and 10 TDs as Erie became the fourth UIFL team to surpass the 100-point plateau. It was Erie’s final home game of the season as the Louis J. Tullio Arena is set for renovations.
FLORIDA 55, Lakeland 24 (2800) - Lakeland QB Brian Harris fumbled twice and threw two picks, while Florida QB Chris Wallace fired seven TD passes. Harris threw for three TDs to Roderick Jefferson, but Lakeland was undone by turnovers and penalties. The Florida defense forced five turnovers and shut out Lakeland in the second half.
Cincinnati 61, MARION 53 - Tyler Sheehan connected with Kyenes Mincy from 25 yards with 1:13 remaining to lift the Commandos into the playoffs. Sheehan was 19-of-38 for 315 yards, six touchdowns and four interceptions. Phillip Barnett, Brandon Boehm and Mincy each had two touchdowns.
NORTHERN CONFERENCE                        SOUTHERN CONFERENCE
X-Cincinnati        7  0 0 1.000  467  236 X-Florida           7  0 0 1.000  397  212
Erie                6  2 0  .750  534  244 Lakeland            4  3 0  .571  436  249
Marion              5  3 0  .625  455  299 E. Kentucky         4  3 0  .571  354  276
Johnstown           2  5 0  .286  196  347 Rome                1  5 0  .167  100  394
W. Pennsylvania     0  7 0  .000  156  566 Mississippi         1  7 0  .125  232  397
X-Clinched Playoff Berth
The league's struggling Johnstown (PA) Generals team cancelled a game this weekend against the Sting. There has been speculation the Sting and the Generals would fold, but the Generals claim they have not folded and the game will be replayed next weekend.
WEEK ELEVEN
SATURDAY MAY 12
Rome at Cincinnati (Cancelled)
MONDAY MAY 14
Florida 57, LAKELAND 42 - The Tarpons completed the regular season sweep over the Raiders, as QB Chris Wallace threw for 5 touchdowns and RB Steven Turner ran for two more.  Florida kicker Ross Gornall added the icing to the cake by knocking three kickoffs through the uprights, earning a point for the visiting team each time.
Western PA at Mississippi (Cancelled)
NORTHERN CONFERENCE                        SOUTHERN CONFERENCE
X-Cincinnati        7  0 0 1.000  467  236 X-Florida           8  0 0 1.000  454  254
X-Erie              6  2 0  .750  534  244 E. Kentucky         4  3 0  .571  354  276
X-Marion            5  3 0  .625  455  299 Lakeland            4  4 0  .500  478  306
Z-Johnstown         2  5 0  .286  196  347 Rome                1  5 0  .167  100  394
Z-W. Pennsylvania   0  7 0  .000  156  566 Mississippi         1  7 0  .125  232  397
Z-Folded                                   X-Clinched Playoff Berth
MAY 14 - The UIFL suspended the ownership of the Johnstown Generals and the Western PA Sting for the rest of the season. The result of the Johnstown suspension leads to the cancellation of the June 2 contest with Erie, and sets the field for the North division. Cincinnati, Erie and Marion will spend the final four weeks of the season fighting for playoff seeding. The Palm Beach Phantoms will replace the Sting for its two games in the Sunshine State; June 2nd at Lakeland and June 9th at Florida. The Phantoms, who are currently participating in an eight-man outdoor league, are applying for inclusion in the 2013 UIFL season.
MAY 17 - The UIFL agreed to lift the suspension of the Johnstown Generals.
WEEK TWELVE
SATURDAY MAY 19
MARION 56, Cincinnati 41 - Marion scored 28 unanswered points over the third and fourth quarters to hand Cincinnati its first loss in 20 games. QB Boo Jackson was 20-of-36 for 185 yards and six TDs. Cincinnati QB Tyler Sheehan was just 13-of-30 for 175 yards and three touchdowns, while Kyenes Mincy ran for three scores.
MONDAY MAY 21
E. KENTUCKY 36, Lakeland 20 - Eastern Kentucky remained unbeaten against South opponents. The Drillers kept Lakeland offense out of the end zone for all of the second half and most of the second quarter, and took a two-game lead over Lakeland for the second seed in the south.
FLORIDA 68, Rome 2 - The Florida defense was looking for a shutout, and with Rome's 2 points given up by the offense, the unit was successful. Rome's offense accounted for -8 yards of total offense, including -41 rushing, and 3 first downs. Florida defensive backs intercepted Rome quarterback Kes St. Fort eight times.
NORTHERN CONFERENCE                        SOUTHERN CONFERENCE
X-Cincinnati        7  1 0  .875  508  292 X-Florida           9  0 0 1.000  522  256
X-Erie              6  2 0  .750  534  244 X-E. Kentucky       5  3 0  .625  390  296
X-Marion            6  3 0  .667  511  340 X-Lakeland          4  5 0  .444  498  342
Z-Johnstown         2  5 0  .286  196  347 Rome                1  6 0  .143  102  462
Z-W. Pennsylvania   0  7 0  .000  156  566 Mississippi         1  7 0  .125  232  397
Z-Folded                                   X-Clinched Playoff Berth
WEEK THIRTEEN
SATURDAY MAY 26
FLORIDA 74, Mississippi 13 - It took only two plays for Florida to get on the board. QB Chris Wallace lobbed a pass to Carlos Singleton for a TD. Wallace completed 14 of 25 passes for 212 yards and tied a career high with 8 TDs. With the win, the Tarpons clinched the right to host the UIFL championship game.
LAKELAND 51, E. Kentucky 44 - Travis Anderson dove into the end-zone  to give Lakeland a 51-44 lead with 16.9 remaining and the Raiders were able to hold on for their first win in a month. Lakeland trailed by double digit points most of the evening. They were down 26-7 with 3:05 left before the half.
Erie 62, CINCINNATI 18 - Erie scored the first 38 points of game en route to handing Cincinnati its first home loss ever. A.J. McKenna was 14-of-21 for 225 yards and three TDs. Cincinnati QB Tyler Sheehan finished the game 20-of-47 for 160 yards, three touchdowns and five interceptions.
JOHNSTOWN 33, Western PA 6 - In a dramatic month for the Generals - two postponed games, suspension of the franchise by the UIFL, the departure of coach Quenteen Robinson and a bevy of key on- and off-field personnel, but they used a stout and punishing defense that produced two TDs and set the table for another.
NORTHERN CONFERENCE                        SOUTHERN CONFERENCE
X-Cincinnati        7  2 0  .778  526  354 Z-Florida          10  0 0 1.000  596  269
X-Erie              7  2 0  .778  596  262 X-E. Kentucky       5  4 0  .556  434  347
X-Marion            6  3 0  .667  511  340 X-Lakeland          5  5 0  .500  549  386
Johnstown           3  5 0  .375  229  353 Rome                1  6 0  .143  102  462
W. Pennsylvania     0  8 0  .000  162  599 Mississippi         1  8 0  .111  245  471
Z-Clinched conference title                X-Clinched Playoff Berth
WEEK FOURTEEN
SATURDAY JUNE 2
E. KENTUCKY 88, Mississippi 16 -
LAKELAND 100, Palm Beach 0 - It was fitting that the Raiders scored their final points on an interception. Aaron Hodges picked off Brandon Augustine, then lateraled to Maurice Harvey who went 50-plus yards. Their first 37 points came from the defense, as they scored on every offensive and defensive possession in the first half.
CINCINNATI 60, Marion 24 -
Erie 88, JOHNSTOWN 35 - The Explosion rattled off 50 unanswered points in the first half, as QB A.J. McKenna passed for 430 yards and eight TDs with four going to Tirone Morris. Johnstown started the scoring with Matt Speed’s 44-yard interception return on the game’s second play.
NORTHERN CONFERENCE                        SOUTHERN CONFERENCE
X-Cincinnati        8  2 0  .800  586  378 Z-Florida          10  0 0 1.000  596  269
X-Erie              8  2 0  .800  684  297 X-E. Kentucky       6  4 0  .600  522  363
X-Marion            6  4 0  .600  535  400 X-Lakeland          5  5 0  .500  549  386
Johnstown           3  6 0  .333  264  441 Rome                1  6 0  .143  102  462
W. Pennsylvania     0  8 0  .000  162  599 Mississippi         1  9 0  .100  261  559
Z-Clinched conference title                X-Clinched Playoff Berth
WEEK FIFTEEN
SATURDAY JUNE 9
E. KENTUCKY 61, Rome 42 -
FLORIDA 91, West Palm Beach 18 (4993) - The Tarpons capped a perfect regular season by scoring on every possession of the game and racking up their highest point total of the season. QB Chris Wallace threw nine TD passes, finishing the regular season with 51 TD passes despite not playing for the Tarpons until the fourth game.
MARION 65, Erie 64 (OT) - A.J. Harris hauled in a 9-yard TD pass on the last play of regulation to tie the game at 58, but Erie's PAT try failed. Harris caught a 25-yard pass in OT, but a for two failed. Marion answered with a 9-yard TD pass from Boo Jackson and a Trey Kramer PAT kick to lead 65-64, then held the Explosion on downs.
NORTHERN CONFERENCE                        SOUTHERN CONFERENCE
X-Cincinnati        8  2 0  .800  586  378 Z-Florida          11  0 0 1.000  687  287
X-Erie              8  3 0  .727  748  362 X-E. Kentucky       7  4 0  .636  583  405
X-Marion            7  4 0  .636  600  464 X-Lakeland          5  5 0  .500  549  386
Johnstown           3  6 0  .333  264  441 Rome                1  7 0  .125  144  523
W. Pennsylvania     0  8 0  .000  162  599 Mississippi         1  9 0  .100  261  559
Z-Clinched conference title                X-Clinched Playoff Berth
PLAYOFFS - Conference Semi-Finals
SATURDAY JUNE 16
ERIE (8-3) 56, Marion (7-4) 47 (2100) - Erie outscored the Blue Racers 22-0 in the fourth in Erie's first outdoor setting for indoor football played at Dollinger Field at the Cathedral Prep Events Center. QB A.J. McKenna ran for two TDs and a go-ahead 2-point conversion, and LB Jon D'Angelo cinched the victory with a 34-yard interception return. The game was played outdoors because the Erie Insurance Arena has been closed for renovations.
Lakeland (5-5) at E. KENTUCKY (7-4) - The Eastern Kentucky Drillers won’t be competing in the postseason. The UIFL has accepted the self-imposed penalties of the franchise. As a reaction to several off-the-field incidents, at home and on the road, by some players, Eastern Kentucky has banned itself from the 2012 season.
PLAYOFFS - Conference Finals
SATURDAY JUNE 23
CINCINNATI (8-2) 62, Erie (9-3) 40 - With QB Tyler Sheehan out because of injury, the Commandos turned to Nez Mincy, normally a WR, who threw five TD passes and ran for three more. Defensively, Corry Stewart came away with three interceptions from Erie QB A.J. McKenna. The Commandos led at the half 41-21.
MONDAY JUNE 25
FLORIDA (11-0) 60, Lakeland (5-5) 29 - The Florida defense savaged Lakeland quarterback Myqual Spann with 5 sacks in a game featuring two very different QBs. Florida's Chris Wallace completed 16 of 21 passes for 256 yards and six touchdowns. Spann, a converted fullback, went 7-for-25 for 92 yards and three touchdowns.
PLAYOFFS - Championship
SATURDAY JUNE 30
Cincinnati (9-2) 61, FLORIDA (12-0) 46 - The Cincinnati Commandos made it three league championships in three years, going on the road to defeat the Florida Tarpons. The Commandos won the CIFL championship each of the previous two seasons. The loss for Florida, was their one and only on the season. The Commandos were led for the second straight game led by wide-receiver turned QB Nez Mincy, due to an ankle injury to starting QB Tyler Sheehan. Mincy was 10-13 for 155 yards and threw five first half TDs and ran for another in staking Cincinnati to a 42-29 lead at halftime. Phillip Barnett and Brandon Boehm were on the receiving end for two scoring passes each, while Mack Ogletree also caught a TD pass. Mincy added three TD passes in the second half. Florida QB Chris Wallace threw for 241 yards and five TDs on 22-of-42 passing. Donald Fusilier caught nine passes for 118 yards and three TDs. The 36-year old Wallace was going for his second indoor championship. The former University of Toledo passer led the now defunct Florida Firecats to an arenafootball2 title in 2004.