FOLDED: Kansas City Command, Georgia Force SUSPENDED: Milwaukee Mustangs










SATURDAY MARCH 23
Utah 64, PITTSBURGH 33 (8390) - Reigning Arena Football League MVP Tommy Grady threw five TD passes and Utah’s defense forced seven turnovers. Grady finished 17 for 33 for 190 yards. Utah’s defenders nearly pitched a second-half shutout, as the Power’s only score post-break came on the final play of the game.
ARIZONA 66, Philadelphia 52 (8524) - Nick Davila found Maurice Purify when he needed him most. The defense forced turnovers, changing the game. Davila passed for 304 yards and seven TDs. He hit Purify 10 times for 141 yards and three TDs. Purify’s 2-yard scoring catch with 1:41 left gave the Rattlers a two-TD cushion.
Iowa 64, CHICAGO 41 (6026) - After a tumultuous offseason that threatened to shutter the doors of the Rush, Iowa jumped out to a 39-21 halftime lead. The Rush's Reggie Gray countered with four TD catches. But a pair of interceptions thrown by first-year quarterback Carson Coffman thwarted a comeback attempt.
Jacksonville 64, TAMPA BAY 55 (12222) - Sharks QB Bernard Morris threw for seven TDs and ran for another, and Storm QB Adrian McPherson ran for a record five TDs while throwing for two more. A missed XP with 1:50 remaining, an onside kick recovery by Terrance Smith and two late TD passes by Morris gave the Sharks the win.
San Jose 47, SAN ANTONIO 42 (8161) - The SaberCats' new QB, Aaron Garcia, completed 23 of 36 passes for 264 yards and five TDs. WR Huey Whittaker caught four TD passes and also scored on an interception return. SaberCats WR Jamarko Simmons dove in from the 1 with 52 seconds to play for the winning score. 
SUNDAY MARCH 24
Spokane 67, CLEVELAND 41 (8578) - The Shock rolled on offense behind eight passing TDs by QB Erik Meyer. The Shock were 10-for-10 on offense, scoring nine times in the red zone. Brian Zbydnieski replaced former Cleveland QB John Dutton, who now plays for San Antonio, and passed for 297 yards and four TDs.
NEW ORLEANS 51, Orlando 45 (OT) (3564) - The Predators tied the game when Kyle Rowley tossed a TD to WR Jason Geathers with three seconds left in regulation. New Orleans QB Kurt Rocco threw a 17-yard TD to WR Courtney Smith, then VooDoo DB Eddie Moten iced the game with an interception at the New Orleans three.
AMERICAN - South Division                  NATIONAL - West Division
Jacksonville        1  0 0 1.000   64   55 San Jose            1  0 0 1.000   47   42
New Orleans         1  0 0 1.000   51   45 Spokane             1  0 0 1.000   67   41
Orlando             0  1 0  .000   45   51 Utah                1  0 0 1.000   64   33
Tampa Bay           0  1 0  .000   55   64 Arizona             1  0 0 1.000   66   52
AMERICAN - East Division                   NATIONAL - Central Division
Philadelphia        0  1 0  .000   52   66 Iowa                1  0 0 1.000   64   41
Pittsburgh          0  1 0  .000   33   64 Chicago             0  1 0  .000   41   64
Cleveland           0  1 0  .000   41   67 San Antonio         0  1 0  .000   42   47
FRIDAY MARCH 29
​Arizona 77, UTAH 49 (4829) - Tysson Poots burned his former team with four TD catches, as the Rattlers went on a 34-0 run from late in the second quarter to early in the final period. The Rattlers intercepted Tommy Grady five times, three in the third quarter. Nick Davila passed for 285 yards and seven touchdowns for Arizona.
Jacksonville 61, PITTSBURGH 35 (5342) - Despite winning at least 10 games in each of their first three seasons, Jacksonville had never started a season 2-0 until now. Former Power QB Bernard Morris completed 26 of his 37 passes, accounted for 281 yards of total offense and scored six touchdowns (four passing, two running).
SAN JOSE 65, Orlando 62 (11263) - Aaron Garcia completed 22-of-36 passes for 288 yards and seven TDs in his home debut for San Jose, while DB Clevan Thomas led the team in tackles with seven, and posted an eye-popping three interceptions, including one that sealed the game in the endzone as time expired.
SATURDAY MARCH 30
TAMPA BAY 69, Cleveland 47 (10142) - Adrian McPherson threw for eight TDs and rushed for two more, and the Storm defense forced five turnovers. McPherson, who has accounted for 17 TDs through two games, hooked up with Joe Hills (three), Michael Lindsey (two), Greg Ellingson (two) and Alfred McCullough on scoring passes. 
Iowa 48, NEW ORLEANS 34 (4751) - Ter’Ran Benton sealed the win for the Barnstormers, picking off VooDoo QB Kurt Rocco with 34 seconds remaining. Iowa QB J.J. Raterink threw two interceptions, but still accounted for six TDs. He rushed for two and Marco Thomas and Darius Reynolds caught two passes each for touchdowns.
SUNDAY MARCH 31
Spokane 76, CHICAGO 61 (3106) - The Shock took control with four TDs in the second quarter, starting with Terrance Sanders returning a kickoff 55 yards for a TD to put Spokane on top 27-21. Shock QB Erik Meyer was 26 of 34 for 314 yards and seven TDs to four different receivers. Adron Tennell had 10 catches and three TDs.
AMERICAN - South Division                  NATIONAL - West Division
Jacksonville        2  0 0 1.000  125   90 San Jose            2  0 0 1.000  112  104
New Orleans         1  1 0  .500   85   93 Spokane             2  0 0 1.000  143  102
Tampa Bay           1  1 0  .500  124  111 Arizona             2  0 0 1.000  143  101
Orlando             0  2 0  .000  107  116 Utah                1  1 0  .500  113  110
AMERICAN - East Division                   NATIONAL - Central Division
Philadelphia        0  1 0  .000   52   66 Iowa                2  0 0 1.000  112   75
Pittsburgh          0  2 0  .000   68  125 San Antonio         0  1 0  .000   42   47
Cleveland           0  2 0  .000   88  136 Chicago             0  2 0  .000  102  140
Bye Week - Philadelphia, San Antonio
FRIDAY APRIL 5
Chicago 48, SAN ANTONIO 41 (6018) - Kelvin Morris and Brian McNally recorded defensive scores and the Rush offense did just enough to hold off San Antonio. Morris returned a fumble 11 yards for a first-quarter TD while McNally fell on a Rohan Davey fumble in the end zone in the third quarter, giving Chicago a 42-21 advantage.
Spokane 66, IOWA 43 (7218) - The Barnstormers came in with a 2-0 record for the first time since 1999. The Shock improved to 3-0 behind QB Erik Meyer, who threw for 330 yards and tossed nine TD passes. Things got so bad that team owner and president Jeff Lamberti blasted the team’s effort on Twitter and vowed for changes.
SATURDAY APRIL 6
ARIZONA 73, San Jose 47 (7156) - The Rattlers ran only seven plays in the first half Saturday and scored 49 points. A week after intercepting reigning MVP Tommy Grady five times, the Rattlers sent intercepted 18-year veteran Aaron Garcia three times, sacked him twice, and made him miss on 17 of his 42 passing attempts.
Jacksonville 66, CLEVELAND 49 (8862) - The Sharks completed a perfect three-game road trip to open the season, as QB Bernard Morris threw for seven TDs and was 23 of 35 for 282 yards. Markee White, who was obtained in a trade with Arizona three weeks ago, caught 10 passes for 122 yards and three touchdowns.
Philadelphia 61, ORLANDO 33 (12248) - The Predators benefited early off a Soul fumble which lead to an interception by Marcus Everett in the first quarter as they took a 14-7 lead. The Soul went on a 34-0 run. Soul QB Dan Raughdabaugh threw for seven TDs and for 250 yards, while the defense forced six turnovers. 
Tampa Bay 77, UTAH 65 (6014) -  Storm WR Joe Hills had a record night setting the Storm single-game mark for most receiving yards in a game, and tied for third most in league history, with 259, while QB Adrian McPherson threw for 294 yards and five TDs. Brandon Thompkins paced the Blaze with a 53-yard KO return for a TD.
AMERICAN - South Division                  NATIONAL - West Division
Jacksonville        3  0 0 1.000  191  139 Arizona             3  0 0 1.000  216  148
Tampa Bay           2  1 0  .667  201  176 Spokane             3  0 0 1.000  209  145
New Orleans         1  1 0  .500   85   93 San Jose            2  1 0  .667  159  177
Orlando             0  3 0  .000  140  177 Utah                1  2 0  .333  178  187
AMERICAN - East Division                   NATIONAL - Central Division
Philadelphia        1  1 0  .500  113   99 Iowa                2  1 0  .667  155  141
Pittsburgh          0  2 0  .000   68  125 Chicago             1  2 0  .333  150  181
Cleveland           0  3 0  .000  137  202 San Antonio         0  2 0  .000   83   95
Bye Week - New Orleans, Pittsburgh
FOLDED: Cheyenne Warriors (Expansion team that folded when owner died prior to season), Everett Raptors MOVED: Lehigh Valley Steelhawks (to PIFL), New Mexico Stars (to LSFL), Omaha Beef (to CPIFL), Wichita Wild (to CPIFL), Bloomington Edge (to CPIFL) INACTIVE: Reading Express RENAMED: Allen Wranglers to Texas Revolution
NOTE: League changed name from United Indoor Football League to Ultimate Indoor Football League MOVED (4) : Cincinnati Commandos(to CIFL), Erie Explosion (to CIFL), Eastern Kentucky Drillers (to CIFL), Marion Blue Racers (to CIFL) RELOCATED (2) : Rome (GA) Rampage to Georgia (Dalton) Rampage, Western Pennsylvania Sting to Miami Sting (Dropped out before season began) EXPANSION (3): Corpus Christi Fury (from LSFL), Missouri (St. Charles) Monsters, Sarasota Thunder FOLDED (2): Johnstown Generals, Mississippi Hound Dogs
EXPANSION/SUSPENDED (1) : Cincinnati Commandos(from UIFL) EXPANSION/RELOCATED (3): Erie Explosion (from UIFL), Kentucky (Pikeville) Drillers (from UIFL), Marion Blue Racers (from UIFL) EXPANSION (3): Detroit Thunder, Kane County (Woodridge, IL) Dawgs, Kentucky (Louisville) Xtreme FOLDED (2): Chicago Pythons, Indianapolis Enforcers RENAMED (1): Dayton Silverbacks to Sharks RELOCATED (1): Evansville Rage to Owensboro (KY) Rage
FOLDED (8): Maryland Reapers, Carolina Force, Tri-State Redhawks, Arizona Adrenaline, Ontario Warriors, North Alameda Knights, California Eagles, Nevada Lynx EXPANSION (1): York (PA) Capitals EXPANSION/FOLDED (1): Roc City (Rochester, NY) Thunder
EXPANSION/RELOCATED (2): Lehigh Valley Steelhawks (from IFL), Charlotte Speed (from IFL) (did not play)
REMOVED FROM LEAGUE (2): Rio Grande Valley Magic, Corpus Christi Hammerheads (moved to UIFL as Fury) EXPANSION (1): San Angelo Bandits EXPANSION/MOVED (1): New Mexico Stars (from IFL) DORMANT (2): McAllen Toros, West Texas Roughnecks
FROM APFL (5): Kansas (Topeka) Koyotes, Sioux Falls Bandits, Lincoln Haymakers (formerly Council Bluffs Express), Mid-Missouri (Sedalia) Outlaws, Oklahoma (Tulsa) Defenders FROM AFL (1): Kansas City Renegades (formerly Command) FROM IFL (3): Bloomington (IL) Edge, Omaha Beef, Wichita Wild EXPANSION (1): Salina (KS) Bombers  
FRIDAY APRIL 12
SPOKANE 66, Arizona 49 (10358) - Erik Meyer shredded the Rattlers, completing 27 of 41 passes and throwing eight TDs, four to Adron Tennell. Meyer also ran for a TD. Meyer has thrown for 32 TDs with no interceptions, leading the Shock to their best start ever. Rattlers QB Nick Davila struggled, completing only five of his last 13.
JACKSONVILLE 76, New Orleans 30 (8330) - The numbers were staggering for the Sharks: four TDs on six plays and four defensive stands. Three sacks, an interception and a kick return for a TD. And that was just the first quarter. The VooDoo did not score until it was 42-0. FB Rendrick Taylor had four rushing TDs for the Sharks.
San Antonio 52, TAMPA BAY 36 (10126) - QB Nick Hill threw for four TDs as San Antonio scored 38 second-half points to win their first game. Greg Ellingson led the Storm with seven catches, 101 yards and a touchdown and fellow wide receiver Joe Hills had four grabs and a pair for TDs.
SATURDAY APRIL 13
Philadelphia 54, IOWA 43 (7743) - The Soul got off to a great start on the game’s first play with a 33-yard TD pass from Dan Raudabaugh to Tiger Jones, who hooked up for three TDs. Raudabaugh threw two interceptions, including one taken back for a TD to give Iowa the lead at 19-18 with 2:35 left in the second quarter.
SUNDAY APRIL 14
CHICAGO 45, Pittsburgh 14 (4187) - The Power had only three possessions and were shut out in the first half for the first time in the Power's three-year history. Reggie Gray and Jared Jenkins each had 10 receptions for the Rush, who brought in QB Carson Coffman due to the concussion-like symptoms Daniel Southwick experienced.
AMERICAN - South Division                  NATIONAL - West Division
Jacksonville        4  0 0 1.000  267  169 Spokane             4  0 0 1.000  275  194
Tampa Bay           2  2 0  .500  237  228 Arizona             3  1 0  .750  265  214
New Orleans         1  2 0  .333  115  169 San Jose            2  1 0  .667  159  177
Orlando             0  3 0  .000  140  177 Utah                1  2 0  .333  178  187
AMERICAN - East Division                   NATIONAL - Central Division
Philadelphia        2  1 0  .667  167  142 Iowa                2  2 0  .500  198  195
Pittsburgh          0  3 0  .000   82  170 Chicago             2  2 0  .500  195  195
Cleveland           0  3 0  .000  137  202 San Antonio         1  2 0  .333  135  131
Bye Week - Cleveland, Utah, Orlando, San Jose
FRIDAY APRIL 19
JACKSONVILLE 40, Iowa 34 (8011) - Bernard Morris’ 5-yard TD toss to Markee White with 4:02 left broke a 34-34 tie as the Barnstormers dropped their third consecutive game. Morris completed 25-of-36 passes for 237 yards and five TDs, with three scores going to Jeron Harvey. Iowa’s J.J. Raterink threw for 240 yards and three TDs.
Pittsburgh 46, NEW ORLEANS 43 (4826) - Former LSU QB Jordan Jefferson threw five TDs and no interceptions on 19 of 30 passing, and the Power defense forced three VooDoo turnovers as Pittsburgh handed New Orleans its third straight loss. The VooDoo led by as many as 16 points in the first half and three at halftime, 29-26.
Spokane 69, SAN JOSE 47 (10123) - Paul Stephens set an AFL record with five interceptions and Erik Meyer tossed eight TD passes as the Shock built a 28-point lead late in the third en route to their fourth road win of the season. The previous interception record was four held by three players, the last Portland’s Mark Ricks in 1999.
SATURDAY APRIL 20
Cleveland 64, PHILADELPHIA 57 (OT) (12975) - The Gladiators avoided the worst start in franchise history as QB Brian Zbydniewski hit Thyron Lewis on a 16-yard TD pass in OT.  The Soul had a chance to answer but Dan Raudabaugh's pass to Tiger Jones in the end zone was broken up by Lenny Wicks on fourth down.
ARIZONA 83, San Antonio 40 (8323) - Arizona QB Nick Davilla threw nine TD passes, as the Rattlers racked up 347 yards of offense with its quick-strike attack. The Rattlers had four one-play scoring drives. QB Nick Hill, who signed with the Talons last week, struggled with four TD passes and two interceptions. He did run for two TDs.
Tampa Bay 53, ORLANDO 35 (11961) - The game included a fan interfering with the Storm's De'Audra Dix during an interception return, interceptions on the Predators' first two possessions leading to the benching of Kyle Rowley, and Storm K Juan Bongarra being taken to an area hospital with chest pains in the second half.
Chicago 59, UTAH 56 (7141) - Chicago’s Jose Martinez booted a 25-yard FG as time expired for the win. Chicago had just taken the lead with 2:57 left when Blaze QB Tommy Grady’s pass was deflected into Kelvin Morris’ welcoming arms for a pick-six. Utah quickly responded with a 45-yard TD reception by Brandon Thompkins.
AMERICAN - South Division                  NATIONAL - West Division
Jacksonville        5  0 0 1.000  307  203 Spokane             5  0 0 1.000  344  241
Tampa Bay           3  2 0  .600  290  263 Arizona             4  1 0  .800  348  254
New Orleans         1  3 0  .250  158  215 San Jose            2  2 0  .500  206  246
Orlando             0  4 0  .000  175  230 Utah                1  3 0  .250  234  246
AMERICAN - East Division                   NATIONAL - Central Division
Philadelphia        2  2 0  .500  224  206 Chicago             3  2 0  .600  254  251
Pittsburgh          1  3 0  .250  128  213 Iowa                2  3 0  .400  232  235
Cleveland           1  3 0  .250  201  259 San Antonio         1  3 0  .250  175  214
CONFERENCE SEMI-FINALS
THURSDAY AUGUST 1
SPOKANE 69, Chicago 47 (6916) - Spokane scored on all of its second-half possessions and Ruschard Dodd-Masters returned two interceptions for TDs in the final two minutes and change. The 6,916 who turned out for the first home playoff game since 2010 made for the smallest Arena crowd in the eight-year history of the franchise.
SATURDAY AUGUST 3
PHILADELPHIA 59, Orlando 55 (9641) - The Soul recovered Aaron Garcia's final-minute fumble to preserve the win. Three times in the second half, Garcia brought the Preds back. He had two chances to do it a final time, but with Orlando on the Philadelphia 7 and less than 30 seconds to go when Garcia was sacked and fumbled.
JACKSONVILLE 69, Tampa Bay 62 (7899) - Down by 21 points in the third quarter and seemingly out of gas against the underdog Storm, the Sharks scored 36 points in the fourth quarter, including a forced fumble on a sack by Matt Marcorelle and touchdown recovery by Derrick Summers with four seconds remaining.
SUNDAY AUGUST 4
ARIZONA 59, San Jose 49 (7932) - Nick Davila threw seven TD passes to help the defending champions win their playoff opener. Davila was 21 of 35 for 233 yards and one interception. Rod Windsor had nine catches for 123 yards and three touchdowns and added four carries for 25 yards.
CONFERENCE FINALS
SATURDAY AUGUST 10
ARIZONA 65, Spokane 57 (8275) - Spokane scored three touchdowns in six plays to open the game and quieted the crowd with a 21-7 lead after a quarter. But from the final minute of the half to early the final period, the Rattlers went on a 37-0 run and had the Shock in their rear-view mirror. Arizona QB Nick Davila finished 24 of 42 for 294 yards and eight touchdowns, after getting sacked three times in the first half and struggling to find receivers.
Philadelphia 75, JACKSONVILLE 59 (9161) - One week after a miraculous comeback win, Jacksonville ran out of magic. The Sharks scored the first touchdown of the game, but after a couple of early interceptions and a turnover on downs, the Sharks fell behind in the first quarter and never regained the lead. Dan Raudabaugh led the Soult back to the Arena Bowl, throwing eight TD passes. Morris Bernard threw eight scoring passes for Jacksonville.
ARENA BOWL XXVI (Saturday August 17 at Orlando)
PHILADELPHIA SOUL (14-6) vs ARIZONA RATTLERS (17-3)

FRIDAY FEBRUARY 15
Sioux Falls 64, GREEN BAY 41 - The IFL’s leading rushing attack from 2012 stumbled as the Blizzard, who averaged 104.1 rushing yards per game last season managed only 37, while the Storm rushed for 171. New Sioux Falls QB Martevious Young replaced MVP Chris Dixon and threw for 152 yards and running for 102 more.
SATURDAY FEBRUARY 16
CEDAR RAPIDS 41, Chicago 31 - Charles McCallum threw for four TDs and ran for one more as the Titans won their opener. McCallum threw two of his TDs to Bryan Pray. Chicago QB Juice Williams passes for only 73 yards, but ran for 93 and scored three rushing TDs. Daniel DuFrene ran for 81 yards and a TD for the Slaughter.
UNITED CONFERENCE                          INTENSE CONFERENCE
Sioux Falls         1  0 0 1.000   64   41 Colorado            0  0 0  .000    0    0
Cedar Rapids        1  0 0 1.000   41   31 Nebraska            0  0 0  .000    0    0
Texas               0  0 0  .000    0    0 Tri-Cities          0  0 0  .000    0    0
Green Bay           0  1 0  .000   41   64 Wyoming             0  0 0  .000    0    0
Chicago             0  1 0  .000   31   41
Bye Week  - Texas, Colorado, Nebraska, Wyoming, Tri-Cities
SUNDAY FEBRUARY 24
Cedar Rapids 58, CHICAGO 52 - Titans QB Colton Hansen, last year's starter, threw five TD passes after starter Charles McCullum passed for two TDs and ran for another to make the score 24-7 early in the second half. Chicago QB Cody Kirby threw all four of his TD passes in the second half rally.
UNITED CONFERENCE                          INTENSE CONFERENCE
Cedar Rapids        2  0 0 1.000   99   83 Colorado            0  0 0  .000    0    0
Sioux Falls         1  0 0 1.000   64   41 Nebraska            0  0 0  .000    0    0
Texas               0  0 0  .000    0    0 Tri-Cities          0  0 0  .000    0    0
Green Bay           0  1 0  .000   41   64 Wyoming             0  0 0  .000    0    0
Chicago             0  2 0  .000   83   99
Bye Week  - Texas, Colorado, Nebraska, Wyoming, Tri-Cities, Green Bay, Sioux Falls
FRIDAY MARCH 1
COLORADO 42, Tri-Cities 38 - With 6:12 left, Tri-Cities K Brady Beeson kicked a 36-yard FG that appeared to miss, but was called good by officials. Colorado came back as RB James Jones brought in a 24-yard pass to put the Ice in scoring position at the 3-yard line, then punched in the game-winning TD with 17 seconds on the clock.
CEDAR RAPIDS 60, Texas 21 - Laron Council rushed for 77 yards and three TDs to lead the Titans, while QB Colton Hansen threw five TD passes. The Revolution went into half time with 16 total yards. QB Marcus Jackson threw as many interceptions, two, as his team had first downs. Texas didn’t score until Cedar Rapids led 36-0.
SATURDAY MARCH 2
CHICAGO 50, Green Bay 41 - The Blizzard committed four turnovers and allowed the Slaughter to rush for six TDs. RB Daniel DuFrene led Chicago with 11 rushes for 59 yards and three TDs. Blizzard QB Donovan Porterie threw for 155 yards and two TDs however it was his three interceptions that ultimately sealed the Blizzard's fate.
NEBRASKA 30, Sioux Falls 21 - Marcus Barnett returned the opening kickoff 58 yards for a TD, the Danger’s defense was stingy throughout and Nebraska found just enough offense to snap the Storm’s 21-game winning streak. Nebraska took the lead for good at 14-11 on Jameel Sewell’s 34-yard TD pass to Kayne Farquharson.
UNITED CONFERENCE                          INTENSE CONFERENCE
Cedar Rapids        3  0 0 1.000  159  104 Colorado            1  0 0 1.000   42   38
Sioux Falls         1  1 0  .500   85   71 Nebraska            1  0 0 1.000   30   21
Chicago             1  2 0  .333  133  140 Wyoming             0  0 0  .000    0    0
Texas               0  1 0  .000   21   60 Tri-Cities          0  1 0  .000   38   42
Green Bay           0  2 0  .000   82  114
Bye Week  - Wyoming
FRIDAY MARCH 8
CEDAR RAPIDS 54, Wyoming 12 - The Titans held a 24-0 lead at the half, as their defense tallied six sacks. The constant pressure never allowed hometown product Barney O’Donnell to get comfortable. He finished 6 of 17 for 71 yards and a TD. He also fumbled and got called for intentional grounding in the endzone resulting in a safety.
SATURDAY MARCH 9
NEBRASKA 73, Colorado 50 - The Danger scored TDs on their first 11 possessions, including a Randy Bell 54-yard KO return for a TD. The Ice stopped Nebraska’s TD streak on its final drive, only because the Danger elected to kneel down. Nebraska QB Jameel Sewell threw for six TDs and ran for 47 yards and a score on seven carries.
UNITED CONFERENCE                          INTENSE CONFERENCE
Cedar Rapids        4  0 0 1.000  213  116 Nebraska            2  0 0 1.000  103   71
Sioux Falls         1  1 0  .500   85   71 Colorado            1  1 0  .500   92  111
Chicago             1  2 0  .333  133  140 Wyoming             0  1 0  .000   12   54
Texas               0  1 0  .000   21   60 Tri-Cities          0  1 0  .000   38   42
Green Bay           0  2 0  .000   82  114
Bye Week  - Sioux Falls, Texas, Green Bay, Tri-Cities, Chicago
FRIDAY MARCH 15
TRI-CITIES 44, Nebraska 31 - Tri-Cities allowed just seven second-half points, those coming on the Danger’s first drive of the third quarter. Nebraska went nearly 25 minutes without scoring. Fever QB Kasey Peters connected with George Bell for TDs on the first three possessions of the second half. 
SUNDAY MARCH 17
CHICAGO 51, Texas 26 - The Revolution went into halftime of this game down 14 points after leading after the first quarter 13-12. However, the Slaughter took advantage of mistakes and out scored the Revolution 22-7 in the second quarter. Texas turned the ball over three times with interceptions by Marcus Jackson.
COLORADO 24, Green Bay 20 - The Blizzard were driving for the winning TD with the ball at the Ice 19 with 10 seconds left. But back-to-back penalties pushed the Blizzard back and the final pass came up short. DL Conrad Obi had a sack and blocked kick to lead the Ice defense, which held the Blizzard to 147 passing yards and a TD.
SIOUX FALLS 67, Wyoming 7 - Newcomer Dwight Dasher, making his first start for the Storm, stole the show with a solid all-around performance throwing for 164 yards and 4 TDs while adding an additional 138 yards and 2 TDs on the ground. This is the Storm’s twenty-fifth straight win at home.
UNITED CONFERENCE                          INTENSE CONFERENCE
Cedar Rapids        4  0 0 1.000  213  116 Nebraska            2  1 0  .667  134  115
Sioux Falls         2  1 0  .667  152   78 Colorado            2  1 0  .667  116  131
Chicago             2  2 0  .500  184  166 Tri-Cities          1  1 0  .500   82   73
Texas               0  2 0  .000   47  111 Wyoming             0  2 0  .000   19  121
Green Bay           0  3 0  .000  102  138
Bye Week  - Cedar Rapids
FRIDAY MARCH 22
Chicago 27, GREEN BAY 14 - A week after tying a franchise low for points scored, the Blizzard set a new mark despite outgaining Chicago 184 to 130 in yards. Chicago built a 24-6 lead early in the third with two quick TDs following special teams miscues by the Blizzard, which is off to its worst start since its inaugural season in 2003.
NEBRASKA 62, Wyoming 35 - Nebraska QB Jameel Sewell accounted for nine TDs - seven passing and two rushing - as he completed 16 of 25 pass attempts for 237 yards with no interceptions. The Danger defense limited Wyoming to 140 yards of total offense, including 31 yards rushing on 17 attempts.
TEXAS 40, Tri-Cities 37 (2900) - The Fever, after a dismal offensive first half that resulted in just one point, scored 37 second-half points, but it wasn’t enough. A couple of late onside kicks went awry and Texas held on for its first victory. Steven Whitehead led the second-half comeback with three TDs, two receiving and one rushing.
SUNDAY MARCH 24
COLORADO 37, Sioux Falls 33 - Willie Copeland passed for three TDs and ran for one as Colorado outscored Sioux Falls 21-7 in the third quarter to take command. The Storm’s Dwight Dasher, starting in place of injured QB Martevious Young for the second game in a row, was 15-for-34 for 117 yards with one TD and three interceptions.
UNITED CONFERENCE                          INTENSE CONFERENCE
Cedar Rapids        4  0 0 1.000  213  116 Nebraska            3  1 0  .750  196  150
Chicago             3  2 0  .600  211  180 Colorado            3  1 0  .750  153  164
Sioux Falls         2  2 0  .500  185  115 Tri-Cities          1  2 0  .333  119  113
Texas               1  2 0  .333   87  148 Wyoming             0  3 0  .000   54  183
Green Bay           0  4 0  .000  116  165
Bye Week  - Cedar Rapids
FRIDAY MARCH 29
Texas 54, TRI-CITIES 43 (2900) - The Revolution defense held the Fever offense to just 75 yards — 60 of them passing. Brady Beeson’s 20-yard FG helped the Fever tie the score at 37-37. Texas finished out on a 17-6 run, with quarterback Marcus Jackson tossing a TD pass to Mon Williams, and then running for one himself.
Colorado 54, WYOMING 36 - Willie Copeland threw for three TDs and James Jones ran for two to lead the Ice, who outscored the Cavalry 30-6 in the second half while rallying from a 30-24 halftime deficit to win its third consecutive game. Barney O’Donnell threw for 144 yards and three TDs and ran for two more TDs for Wyoming.
SATURDAY MARCH 30
Green Bay 41, CEDAR RAPIDS 38 (2OT) - B.J Hill caught a 20-yard TD on the Blizzard’s first play of second OT. The Titans took the lead with 13.4 seconds left in regulation as Colton Hansen found Carl Sims. Blizzard K Jordan Wettstein kicked a FG with 2.4 seconds left to send the game into overtime.
UNITED CONFERENCE                          INTENSE CONFERENCE
Cedar Rapids        4  1 0  .800  251  157 Colorado            4  1 0  .800  207  200
Chicago             3  2 0  .600  211  180 Nebraska            3  1 0  .750  196  150
Sioux Falls         2  2 0  .500  185  115 Tri-Cities          1  3 0  .250  162  167
Texas               2  2 0  .500  141  191 Wyoming             0  4 0  .000   90  237
Green Bay           1  4 0  .200  157  203
Bye Week  - Chicago, Sioux Falls, Nebraska
FRIDAY APRIL 12
Sioux Falls 56, TRI-CITIES 43 - The Fever trailed by as many as 20 points in the first half before rallying to close with 44-40 with late in the third. Sioux Falls had the answer. Mike Tatum caught a 34-yard TD pass from Terrance Bryant to put the Storm back on top 51-40. The Fever got back to 51-43, but could not get a key stop on defense.
Chicago 33, WYOMING 20 - The Slaughter, winners of five straight, took the lead at 13-7 after a Cody Kirby 5-yard TD pass. The Cavs cut the Slaughter's lead to 26-20 when Barney O'Donnell connected with Troy Evans on an 8-yard TD pass. But Chicago's Chris Johnson returned an interception 13 yards for the game's final score.
SATURDAY APRIL 13
COLORADO 32, Nebraska 12 - The Colorado defense kept the visitors out of the end zone on all but one drive, coming up with two turnovers as part of a second-half shutout. Ice QB Willie Copeland threw for 133 yards and two TDs, while Danger QB Jameel Sewelll finished with 93 yards and was responsible for both turnovers.
TEXAS 82, Cedar Rapids 72 - Cedar Rapids did itself no favors by surrendering TDs on 11 of Texas’ 12 offensive series for 285 total yards. Revolution QB Marcus Jackson haunted the Titans defense, accounting for nine TDs alone – six rushing and three passing – in addition to 179 yards through the air and 78 on the ground.
UNITED CONFERENCE                          INTENSE CONFERENCE
Chicago             5  2 0  .714  294  245 Colorado            5  1 0  .833  239  212
Sioux Falls         4  2 0  .667  289  187 Nebraska            4  2 0  .667  261  232
Cedar Rapids        4  3 0  .571  368  289 Tri-Cities          1  5 0  .167  239  259
Texas               3  3 0  .500  273  316 Wyoming             1  5 0  .167  146  304
Green Bay           1  5 0  .167  186  251
Bye Week  - Green Bay
SATURDAY APRIL 20
GREEN BAY 66, Tri-Cities 54 (4435) - The Blizzard responded to a midseason coaching change by posting a season-high point total in a matchup pitting two of the four franchises still in existence from arenafootball2. New head coach score TDs on 10 of its 11 possessions with new starter Spencer Ohm throwing for seven TDs.
SIOUX FALLS 45, Colorado 43 - Colorado completed a Hail Mary for a TD with one second left, setting up a two-point conversion attempt to tie. Ice QB Willie Copeland was stuffed at the line, but managed to lateral to James Jones. Jones threw to the back of the end zone but Dan O’Keefe tipped the ball out of bounds.
CEDAR RAPIDS 62, Chicago 28 - The Titans’ defense responded, pitching shutouts in both the first and third quarters, before a standing-room only crowd. IFL rushing leader LaRon Council rushed for 74 yards and three touchdowns, while quarterback Charles McCullum threw for 148 yards, ran for 40, and had four total touchdowns.
NEBRASKA 62, Texas 47 - The Danger offense broke loose for 48 second-half points, as QB Jameel Sewell completed 21-of-30 passes for 260 yards and five touchdowns. Three of those touchdowns were third-quarter tosses to Kayne Farquharson on plays of 13, 7 and 6 yards.
UNITED CONFERENCE                          INTENSE CONFERENCE
Sioux Falls         5  2 0  .714  334  230 Colorado            5  2 0  .714  282  257
Chicago             5  3 0  .625  322  307 Nebraska            5  2 0  .714  323  279
Cedar Rapids        5  3 0  .625  430  317 Wyoming             1  5 0  .167  146  304
Texas               3  4 0  .429  320  378 Tri-Cities          1  6 0  .143  293  325
Green Bay           2  5 0  .286  252  305
Bye Week  - Wyoming
FRIDAY APRIL 26
NEBRASKA 69, Colorado 66 - The Ice had been trailing all game and were down 46-29 at one point in the third quarter, but tied the game with 23.8 seconds left. The Danger were unable to move the ball and placed the ball at their own 24 for the final FG. Joe Houston nailed the attempt to give Nebraska the division lead.
TRI-CITIES 57, Wyoming 31 (3100) - QB Dante Warren passed for 177 yards and five TDs as the Fever pulled away in the second half. After a rough start, in which Wyoming quarterback Stephen Panasuk connected with speedy wideout Troy Evans for touchdown passes of 21 and 24 yards, the Tri-Cities defense settled down.
SATURDAY APRIL 27
CHICAGO 61, Sioux Falls 56 - The Storm were unable to hold a pair of fourth-quarter leads in the final minute. A Terrance Bryant TD to Blake Wilson with 24 seconds left put the Storm ahead, but Chicago scored on the next play. Bryant, who threw six TD passes, was picked off in the end zone on the Storm’s final drive.
GREEN BAY 74, Texas 25 (3607) - Not including the final two touches of each half, the Blizzard scored on all 13 of its possessions as Spencer Ohm threw for 201 yards and six TDs. The defense allowed 76 yards and gave up eight points in the second half. Green Bay's B.J. Hill returned the opening kickoff 54 yards for a score.
UNITED CONFERENCE                          INTENSE CONFERENCE
Chicago             6  3 0  .667  383  363 Nebraska            6  2 0  .750  392  345
Sioux Falls         5  3 0  .625  390  291 Colorado            5  3 0  .625  348  326
Cedar Rapids        5  3 0  .625  430  317 Tri-Cities          2  6 0  .250  350  356
Texas               3  5 0  .375  345  452 Wyoming             1  6 0  .143  177  361
Green Bay           3  5 0  .375  326  330
Bye Week  - Cedar Rapids
CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS
SATURDAY JUNE 22
NEBRASKA (11-4) 55, Colorado (9-6) 50 - For the third straight year, the Ice were knocked out in the first round. Down 55-44 with less than a minute to go, the Ice nearly put together a miracle comeback. Willie Copeland found Patrick Walker for a short TD pass with 11 seconds left to get within five. Kyle Kaiser then recovered the ensuing onside kick, but after driving inside Danger territory, Copeland's pass to Kaiser fell incomplete on an untimed down to end the game following a defense penalty. 
SIOUX FALLS (11-4) 44, Cedar Rapids (9-6) 20 - Cedar Rapids struck first on a 18-yard TD pass from Colton Hansen to V'Keon Lacey, then recovered an onside kick and led 10-0 after a 46-yard FG. The Storm answered with 20 consecutive points and led 20-13 at the half. The Storm began the fourth quarter with a 4-yard TD run by Tory Harrison making it 34-20. With 2:58 to play the Storm put the dagger on the Titans season when Mike Tatum took in a sweep around run for a 5-yard TD.
UNITED BOWL
SATURDAY JUNE 29
SIOUX FALLS (12-4) 43, Nebraska (11-5) 40 - The Storm found itself clinging to a three-point lead in the final seconds. Joe Houston came on to try a 45-yard field goal, and his attempt went wide right, giving the Storm their seventh indoor football championship. The quarterback for the Storm on each of those nights? Terrance Bryant. The veteran southpaw completed 16 of 24 passes for 182 yards and four touchdowns, earning United Bowl MVP honors in a game where his counterpart – regular-season MVP Jameel Sewell – was almost unstoppable. The Storm led 24-23 at the half, and 33-27 after three. There were mistakes along the way on both sides – each team threw an interception, and the Storm lost two fumbles and gave Nebraska (11-5) a point on a rouge, in which they failed to advance a kickoff out of their own end zone. But the Storm defense did just enough to get a few stops, surviving a strong performance from Sewell, who threw for 180 yards and three touchdowns and ran for another 80 yards and two scores. Trailing 36-27 early in the fourth after a Parker Douglass field goal, Nebraska took a 40-36 lead with three minutes to go on consecutive touchdowns by Sewell. But Bryant answered with a scoring strike to Clinton Solomon (Solomon and Mike Tatum each caught two touchdown passes) that made it 43-40. Sewell converted a fourth down with under a minute to go on the ensuing series, but when faced with another, the Danger opted for the field goal.
MONDAY MARCH 4
Lakeland 74, GEORGIA 25 - Lakeland DB Koreen Burch returned two interceptions for TDs, while Julius McLellan also had two defensive TDs, one on an interception and the other a fumble recovery. Lakeland QB B.J. Hall threw for four TDs, three in the first half. RB Tyler Batts had three rushing scores and a receiving touchdown. 
Lakeland            1  0 0 1.000   74   25 Sarasota            0  0 0  .000    0    0
Corpus Christi      0  0 0  .000    0    0 Missouri            0  0 0  .000    0    0 
Florida             0  0 0  .000    0    0 Georgia             0  1 0  .000   25   74
Bye Week  - Corpus Christi, Florida, Sarasota, Missouri
FRIDAY MARCH 8
Corpus Christi 74, MISSOURI 38 (4093) - The Monsters kicked off their existence with a loss. Gary Johnson caught two TD passes, and returned a kickoff for a TD, WR Aric Evans, and Tavares Woodley also contributed with receiving TDs. QB Darrell Jackson threw for 132 yards and 3 TDs, but had three interceptions.
SATURDAY MARCH 9
LAKELAND 78, Sarasota 0 (3000) - The Raiders defense accounted for seven sacks, three safeties, two interceptions and two TDs. Lakeland native Kendrick Stewart led the way with three and a half sacks, seven quarterback pressures and a 25-yard fumble recovery for a TD. Sarasota pressured the Raiders just once.
Lakeland            2  0 0 1.000  152   25 Sarasota            0  1 0  .000    0   78
Corpus Christi      1  0 0 1.000   74   38 Missouri            0  1 0  .000   38   74
Florida             0  0 0  .000    0    0 Georgia             0  1 0  .000   25   74
Bye Week  - Corpus Christi, Florida, Sarasota, Missouri
SUNDAY MARCH 17
CORPUS CHRISTI 58, Georgia 47 (3346) - The Fury started the scoring by returning a fumble for a TD. Georgia would take the lead late in the game but LB Leonard Harris would help seal the victory for the Fury interception return for a touchdown that gave the Fury a 58-47 lead with under a minute left to play in the game.
SUNDAY MARCH 18
Sarasota at Florida - The Florida Tarpons rescheduled their home opener, which was set for Monday at Germain Arena. The Miami Sting has dropped out of the UIFL "after days of deliberation and many different factors," according to a release on the Tarpons' website. That has caused league-wide rescheduling.
Lakeland            2  0 0 1.000  152   25 Sarasota            0  1 0  .000    0   78
Corpus Christi      2  0 0 1.000  132   85 Missouri            0  1 0  .000   38   74
Florida             0  0 0  .000    0    0 Georgia             0  2 0  .000   72  132
Bye Week  - Missouri, Lakeland
SUNDAY MARCH 24
FLORIDA 41, Lakeland 36 - The Tarpons won the coin toss and Chris Wallace threw a 41-yard TD pass to Carlos Singleton to open the scoring. Florida entered the fourth with a 34-30 lead. Each team scored on consecutive drives, but Lakeland blew its chance on a late interception to Florida’s Chris Singleton.
MONDAY MARCH 25
GEORGIA 25, Missouri 18 - Patches Burgess had a pair of interceptions to lead the Rampage. The Monsters managed just one TD in the second half. In their final four possessions, they could only manage a missed field goal try in the fourth. The game was sealed on a 6-yard run from Jeff Phillips with 1:00 remaining.
Sarasota at Corpus Christi - The Fury were originally scheduled to play against the Sarasota Thunder for Sunday, March 24, 2013 at 3:05pm. The game was later moved to Monday, March 25, 2013 due to an event scheduled in the Arena. The Thunder encountered scheduling conflicts, causing the game to be postponed.
Corpus Christi      2  0 0 1.000  132   85 Georgia             1  2 0  .333   97  150
Florida             1  0 0 1.000   41   36 Sarasota            0  1 0  .000    0   78
Lakeland            2  1 0  .667  188   66 Missouri            0  2 0  .000   56   99

SATURDAY MARCH 30
LAKELAND 52, Florida 40 (3000) - Adrian Smith salted away the game with two late rushing TDs. Lakeland jumped ahead after B.J. Hall threw a 33-yard touchdown. Hall finished with five passing touchdowns, for 236 yards on 15-for-21 passing. He completed his first six passes and had two touchdowns.
MONDAY APRIL 1
Sarasota at Georgia - The game with the Thunder was canceled for financial reasons. The Rampage played the Georgia Riverdogs, with the game counting in the standings. QB Joel Statham threw seven TD passes, four to Jeff Phillips, as the Rampage won 58-19.
MISSOURI 74, Windy City 14 (1542) - The Monsters, now under new Head Coach Martino Theus, won the non-league game, as QB Tavares Woodley threw for 265 yards and 10 TD’s. Dello Davis moved to wide receiver for this game and had four catches for 96 yards, and four TD’s.
Corpus Christi      2  0 0 1.000  132   85 Georgia             2  2 0  .500  155  169
Lakeland            3  1 0  .750  240  106 Sarasota            0  1 0  .000    0   78
Florida             1  1 0  .500   81   88 Missouri            0  2 0  .000   56   99
​Bye Week - Corpus Christi
SATURDAY APRIL 6
MISSOURI 47, Marion 39 (2710) - The Monsters came through with an ownership guaranteed victory by beating the visiting Marion Blue Racers of the CIFL. QB Tavares Woodley threw for 305 yards and five TDs. WR Gary Johnson led the Monsters with 10 catches for 100 yards and 2 TDs.
MONDAY APRIL 8
Corpus Christi 44, GEORGIA 36 - The Rampage trailed 44-28 with a minute to play. Joel Statham led a two-play drive and found Jeff Phillips for a 12-yard TD with 35 seconds left. After a 2-point conversion, the Rampage
 recovered the onside kick, but Statham was sacked on the final play to end the game.
Corpus Christi      3  0 0 1.000  176  121 Georgia             2  3 0  .400  191  213
Lakeland            3  1 0  .750  240  106 Sarasota            0  1 0  .000    0   78
Florida             1  1 0  .500   81   88 Missouri            0  2 0  .000   56   99
​Bye Week - Lakeland, Florida, Missouri, Sarasota
FRIDAY APRIL 12
CORPUS CHRISTI 64, Lakeland 58 (OT) - The fourth quarter would be delayed with an injury to the Fury's Johnny Anderson. Anderson left the game and was taken to the hospital in an ambulance. Fury QB Robert Kent would finish the game with 302 passing yards and 5 TDs and 3 rushing TD’s including the game winner in overtime.
MONDAY APRIL 14
Florida 43, MISSOURI 20 (1611) - The Tarpons bounced back from their first-ever regular-season loss as they scored first on Chris Wallace’s QB keeper, and led 14-6 at the end of the first. Missouri closed to within 14-13, but the Tarpons scored the final 15 points of the half. Florida scored once in the fourth for the final margin.
Corpus Christi      4  0 0 1.000  240  179 Georgia             2  3 0  .400  191  213
Florida             2  1 0  .667  124  108 Sarasota            0  1 0  .000    0   78
Lakeland            3  2 0  .600  298  167 Missouri            0  3 0  .000   76  142
​Bye Week - Georgia, Sarasota
FRIDAY APRIL 19
FLORIDA 43, Georgia 14
SATURDAY APRIL 20
LAKELAND 90, Sarasota 0 - Raiders QB Chris Walley threw five TDs to help Lakeland win. Walley did all this without a single practice with the team, as he lives five hours away in Georgia. CB DeAngelo Woodie had three interceptions — two returned for TDs — to help the Lakeland defense account for five scores and two safeties. 
Corpus Christi      4  0 0 1.000  240  179 Georgia             2  4 0  .333  205  256
Florida             3  1 0  .750  167  122 Sarasota            0  2 0  .000    0  168
Lakeland            4  2 0  .667  388  167 Missouri            0  3 0  .000   76  142
​Bye Week - MIssouri, Corpus Christi
FRIDAY FEBRUARY 8
OWENSBORO 52, Kentucky Drillers 18 -  Prior to kick-off there was a memorial service to honor Rage GM and Coach Eddie Cronin who died in the off season. The Rage was lead by QB Bill Ashburn who threw for five TDs and ran for one. Quadarius Wallace capped off the night with three interceptions for 77 return yards.
SAGINAW 49, Marion 28 (2400) - Deshawn Hayes kicked off his Sting career rushing for 98 yards and four TDs, while new QB A.J. McKenna threw for 131 yards and a TD. Marion scored on the first play of the second quarter to draw within six, but the Sting scored 22 straight points to take a commanding 42-14 lead.
SATURDAY FEBRUARY 9
PORT HURON 41, Detroit 28 (685) - In its first game, Detroit was led by QB Dan Richards who threw for 108 yards and two TDs.  James Terry led the Sting as he threw for two TDs, ran for one, and was the only QB to not throw an interception this week . He also led the rushing attack with 59 yards, putting another TD on the board.
Saginaw             1  0 0 1.000   49   28 Kentucky Xtreme     0  0 0  .000    0    0
Owensboro           1  0 0 1.000   52   18 Kane County         0  0 0  .000    0    0
Port Huron          1  0 0 1.000   41   28 Marion              0  1 0  .000   28   49
Dayton              0  0 0  .000    0    0 Detroit             0  1 0  .000   28   41
Erie                0  0 0  .000    0    0 Kentucky Drillers   0  1 0  .000   18   52
Bye Week - Kane County, Dayton, Erie, Kentucky Xtreme NOTE: Detroit co-owner David Kinsman moved the Thunder home games to McMorran Arena in Port Huron, Michigan for the remander of the season.
FRIDAY FEBRUARY 15
DAYTON 64, Port Huron 14 (2500) - The Sharks quickly won over the crowd that filled two-thirds of the arena. Robert Redd did his part. He snared two of quarterback Tommy Jones’ five touchdown passes. Jones, who led Saginaw to a CIFL title last season, was as good as billed, completing 18 of 29 passes for 202 yards.
SATURDAY FEBRUARY 16
Erie 42, MARION 40 - QB Aaron Smetanka scored three rushing TDs as the Explosion overcame a 10-point deficit in the fourth. Marion's FG attempt with 22 seconds left hit the stadium's ceiling before sailing through the uprights.It was ruled the ceiling is part of the arena and therefore was not an obstruction, and the FG was voided.
SUNDAY FEBRUARY 17
Saginaw 37, KENTUCKY XTREME 33 - Saginaw trailed the Xtreme 27-7 early in the second half, but battled back to score the game-winning score on a 25-yard TD from AJ McKenna to CJ Tarver with 59 seconds left. McKenna was 12 of 22 passing for 160 yards and two touchdowns. He also ran for 60 yards and two touchdowns. 
MONDAY FEBRUARY 18
Owensboro 42, KENTUCKY DRILLERS 24 (800) - The Kentucky Drillers have a history of excellence at home, only losing two games in the last three years, but Rage QB Bill Ashburn had another stellar performance, passing for 150 yards and three TDs. Ashburn also topped the rushing charts with 22 yards on three attempts. 
Saginaw             2  0 0 1.000   86   61 Kane County         0  0 0  .000    0    0
Owensboro           2  0 0 1.000   94   42 Kentucky Xtreme     0  1 0  .000   33   37
Erie                1  0 0 1.000   42   40 Detroit             0  1 0  .000   28   41
Dayton              1  0 0 1.000   64   14 Marion              0  2 0  .000   68   91
Port Huron          1  1 0  .500   55   82 Kentucky Drillers   0  2 0  .000   42   94
Bye Week - Kane County, Detroit
FRIDAY APRIL 26
Chicago 64, IOWA 63 (OT) (6854) - The Rush managed to record its fourth consecutive win on a 2-point conversion from Carson Coffman to Jared Jenkins. Coffman lead the Rush with 354 yards passing and seven TDs. Reggie Gray caught 12 passes for 234 yards and six TDs to help Iowa lost its fourth straight.
SATURDAY APRIL 27
Utah 57, CLEVELAND 40 (9234) - Utah dominated the third quarter, outscoring the opponent 21-0 while coming up with three turnovers. Blaze QB Tommy Grady completed 30-of-42 attempts for 300 yards with seven TDs, while WR Aaron Lesué had 14 receptions for 156 yards and four TDs. Utah forced five takeaways on the night
Jacksonville 55, PHILADELPHIA 53 (8363) - Sharks QB Bernard Morris threw a career-high eight TD passes, five to Jeron Harvey. The Sharks led 55-40 with 3:06 left before the Soul rallied. Derrick Ross scored on a one-yard TD run with 18 seconds to go, but the two-point conversion pass failed. The Sharks recovered the onside kick.
San Jose 57, NEW ORLEANS 38 - In the Superdome, Russ Michna made a winning debut as the SaberCats' new QB, throwing six TD passes. Michna was brought in to replace Aaron Garcia, who was traded. By early in the third quarter it was 37-17 SaberCats. VooDoo QB Zack Eskridge earned his first start due to an injury to Kurt Rocco
Tampa Bay 70, SPOKANE 62 (9872) - The Storm defense intercepted Erik Meyer twice, breaking his streak of 193 attempts without throwing an interception and held the Shock to seven points in the first half. Storm QB Adrian McPherson completed 21-of-36 passes for 310 yards and seven TDs. He also rushed for three TDs.
SUNDAY APRIL 28
San Antonio 42, PITTSBURGH 37 (6688) - The Talons defense recorded five sacks, recovered two fumbles and held Pittsburgh to 1 of 5 on fourth-down conversions. The Talons extended their lead to 42-24 before Pittsburgh scored two fourth-quarter TDs. San Antonio recovered both Pittsburgh onside kick attempts to seal the win.
ARIZONA 82, Orlando 42 - For the second year in a row, the Preds have started 0-5. Orlando fell into a 21-point hole to start the game and surrendered at least 20 points in three quarters. QB Kyle Rowley threw three interceptions, less than a week after being arrested for drunk driving and resisting arrest without violence.
AMERICAN - South Division                  NATIONAL - West Division
Jacksonville        6  0 0 1.000  362  256 Spokane             5  1 0  .833  406  311
Tampa Bay           4  2 0  .667  360  325 Arizona             5  1 0  .833  430  296
New Orleans         1  4 0  .200  196  272 San Jose            3  2 0  .600  263  284
Orlando             0  5 0  .000  217  312 Utah                2  3 0  .400  291  286
AMERICAN - East Division                   NATIONAL - Central Division
Philadelphia        2  3 0  .400  277  261 Chicago             4  2 0  .667  318  314
Pittsburgh          1  4 0  .200  165  255 San Antonio         2  3 0  .400  217  251
Cleveland           1  4 0  .200  241  316 Iowa                2  4 0  .333  295  299
FRIDAY APRIL 5
WYOMING 36, Tri-Cities 34 - The Fever, down 36-20 in the fourth, rallied behind backup QB Dante Warren, and an interception and return for a touchdown by Lionell Singleton, to close within two. But Fever K Brady Beeson’s game-winning FG was tipped by a Cavalry defender, giving Wyoming and coach Ryan Lingenfelder their first win.
SATURDAY APRIL 6
CHICAGO 50, Cedar Rapids 45 - Chicago QB Cody Kirby connected with WR/QB Juice Williams on a 5-yard TD pass with just seven seconds left to give Chicago the win and a tie atop the United Conference. It was a tale of two halves as the Titans opened up a large lead only to have the Slaughter regain all the momentum
NEBRASKA 53, Texas 50 - The Danger forced six turnovers and needed every one of them. The Danger came up with five fumble recoveries, four in the second half, to rally for the win. Nebraska trailed 21-9 at halftime before playing takeaway with the Revolution in the second half.
SUNDAY APRIL 7
SIOUX FALLS 48, Green Bay 29 - Terrance Bryant, returning after more than two years in retirement, showed almost no signs of rust in leading Sioux Falls. The 36-year-old threw for 107 yards, four TDs and no interceptions. The Blizzard dismissed Robert Fuller as head coach later in the week.
UNITED CONFERENCE                          INTENSE CONFERENCE
Cedar Rapids        4  2 0  .667  296  207 Colorado            4  1 0  .800  207  200
Chicago             4  2 0  .667  261  225 Nebraska            4  1 0  .800  249  200
Sioux Falls         3  2 0  .600  233  144 Tri-Cities          1  4 0  .200  196  203
Texas               2  3 0  .400  191  244 Wyoming             1  4 0  .200  126  271
Green Bay           1  5 0  .167  186  251
Bye Week  - Colorado
FRIDAY APRIL 27
MISSOURI 65, Georgia 59 (4OT) - The Rampage lost when they couldn’t score in their fourth-overtime possession and the Monsters converted theirs. The format used in the game was similar to NCAA overtime rules, where each team gets possession near the goal line and has four plays to score a touchdown or kick a field goal.
SATURDAY APRIL 28
FLORIDA 62, Sarasota 0
Corpus Christi      4  0 0 1.000  240  179 Georgia             2  5 0  .286  264  321
Florida             4  1 0  .800  229  122 Missouri            1  3 0  .250  141  201
Lakeland            4  2 0  .667  388  167 Sarasota            0  3 0  .000    0  230
​Bye Week - Missouri, Corpus Christi
FRIDAY FEBRUARY 22
Dayton 54, OWENSBORO 14 - The Rage offense just couldn’t put anything together this game, not scoring a TD until late in the third quarter. Both Dayton Quarterbacks had great games. Tommy Jones threw five touchdowns with his 185 yards. Evan Sawyer had a decent game as well, throwing for a touchdown and rushing for another.
SATURDAY FEBRUARY 23
Erie 64, Detroit 27 (at Port Huron)- Kwaheem Smith returned three interceptions for TDs to lead Erie Explosion in the first game of a doubleheader. The Thunder cut Erie's lead to 41-27 in the fourth quarter when Richards twice connected with Reggie Eubanks. But Erie's defense scored three straight times to put the game away.
Saginaw 61, PORT HURON 28 (720) - Sting QB A.J. McKenna was 11 of 18 passing for 178 yards and six TDs. He also had two rushing scores. The Patriots got off to a slow start in the game and were never able to keep up with Saginaw WR Charles Tarver, who had six receptions for 102 yards and four touchdowns.
Marion 6, KANE COUNTY 0 (Forfeit) 
Saginaw             3  0 0 1.000  147   89 Marion              1  2 0  .333   70   91
Dayton              2  0 0 1.000  118   28 Kentucky Xtreme     0  1 0  .000   33   37
Erie                2  0 0 1.000  106   67 Kane County         0  1 0  .000    0    2
Owensboro           2  1 0  .667  108   96 Detroit             0  2 0  .000   55  105
Port Huron          1  2 0  .333   83  143 Kentucky Drillers   0  2 0  .000   42   94
Bye Week - Kentucky Xtreme, Kentucky Drillers NOTE: Kane County cancelled their first game after the turf they had purchased was unuseable. On February 21, David Kinsman sold both Port Huron and Detroit. The Thunder were backed by the CIFL until a new owner was found. Less than a week after the CIFL took over the operations, the Thunder were sold to coaches Terrence and Lawrence Foster, who moves the team back to Detroit.
FRIDAY MARCH 1
KENTUCKY XTREME 48, Kentucky Drillers 24 - Xtreme QB Kevin Warner tossed five TD passes, including a pair to Calvin Ferguson. Maurice Grinter, Doug Beaumont and Sergio Spencer had TD catches. Spencer also returned the opening kickoff for a score. Driller QB Stephen Panasuk struggled against the Xtreme defensive unit.
SATURDAY MARCH 2
Dayton 47, MARION 28 - Marion gave away too many opportunities and ended up on the short end of the score. The Blue Racers had two interceptions and two fumbles and those extra opportunities allowed the Sharks to narrowly escape with the victory. 
SUNDAY MARCH 3
Saginaw 63, DETROIT 49 - The Sting took a 14-0 lead after one quarter and made that advantage hold up, as QB AJ McKenna completed 19 of 29 passes for 277 yards and five TDs. McKenna also ran for a TD. CJ Tarver, who ran for a TD, also threw a touchdown pass, a 6-yarder in his only attempt. Tarver also caught two TD passes.
ERIE 69, Kane County 13 (2946) - Sunday's outcome was never in doubt after Erie scored TDs to cap its five first-half possessions and led 35-7 at half. The Explosion's defense finished with four turnovers, all of which all set up short scores. Two of those turnovers were interceptions by Ricardo Kemp.
Saginaw             4  0 0 1.000  210  138 Port Huron          1  2 0  .333   83  143
Dayton              3  0 0 1.000  165   56 Marion              1  3 0  .250   98  138
Erie                3  0 0 1.000  175   80 Kane County         0  2 0  .000   13   71
Owensboro           2  1 0  .667  108   96 Detroit             0  3 0  .000  104  168
Kentucky Xtreme     1  1 0  .500   81   61 Kentucky Drillers   0  3 0  .000   66  142
Bye Week - Owensboro, Port Huron NOTE: The Kane County Dawgs reported that they could not play the rest of the season. 
SATURDAY MARCH 9
Kentucky Xtreme 70, OWENSBORO 14 - The Xtreme broke onto the scoreboard with a 10-yard TD pass from Kevin Warner to Sergio Spencer, then put up 27 points in the second quarter on Warner passes to Doug Beaumont and Maurice Grinter. Richard Raglin also recovered a fumble for a safety.
SUNDAY MARCH 10
ERIE 45, Marion 13 (2124) - Erie's Brandon McElwee scored eight points on blocked kicks, and teammate Terry Jackson put a rock on his girlfriend's ring finger. Erie kept Marion off the board until Kevin Sitgraves scored on a short run right before the half. The Explosion scored the final three TDs of the game.
Dayton 62, KENTUCKY DRILLERS 35 - Dayton scored 33 second-quarter points to remain unbeaten. Dayton QB Tommy Jones tossed four TD passes and ran for another. Kentucky QB Stephen Panasuk tossed four TDs, including two in the opening quarter to Andre Taylor and Kendrick Johnson to give the Drillers a 13-7 lead.
DETROIT 2, Kane County 0 (Forfeit) - Detroit beat the Flint Fury, 56-14, in a game to fill the schedule.
Saginaw             4  0 0 1.000  210  138 Port Huron          1  2 0  .333   83  143
Dayton              4  0 0 1.000  227   91 Detroit             1  3 0  .250  106  168
Erie                4  0 0 1.000  220   93 Marion              1  4 0  .200  111  183
Kentucky Xtreme     2  1 0  .667  151   75 Kane County         0  3 0  .000   13   73
Owensboro           2  2 0  .500  122  166 Kentucky Drillers   0  4 0  .000  101  204
Bye Week - Saginaw, Port Huron 
FRIDAY MARCH 15
KENTUCKY XTREME 59, Owensboro 30 - QB Kevin Warner connected with Doug Beaumont for a 30-yard TD to give the Xtreme an early lead. Warner, who was a bit off target throughout the night, only completed seven passes but made sure they were seven good ones—cashing in for touchdowns on four of them.
SUNDAY MARCH 17
DAYTON 55, Kentucky Drillers 12 (1925) - Tommy Jones led Dayton with 225 yards passing and 6 total TDs. His favorite target on the night was Robert Reed who led all receivers with 6 catches, 126 yards and 2 touchdowns. Kentucky couldn’t get much of an offense going all night totaling only 124 yards of total offense.
DETROIT 42, Port Huron 28 -
MONDAY MARCH 18
SAGINAW 2, Kane County 0 (Forfeit) - Saginaw routed Flint, 70-0, in a game to fill the schedule, before 3016 fans. The Sting forced five first-half Fury turnovers, six overall, and turned each one into a Saginaw touchdown in jumping out to a 42-0 halftime lead.
Saginaw             5  0 0 1.000  212  138 Detroit             2  3 0  .400  148  196
Dayton              5  0 0 1.000  282  103 Port Huron          1  3 0  .250  111  185
Erie                4  0 0 1.000  220   93 Marion              1  4 0  .200  111  183
Kentucky Xtreme     3  1 0  .750  210  105 Kane County         0  4 0  .000   13   75
Owensboro           2  3 0  .400  152  225 Kentucky Drillers   0  5 0  .000  113  259
Bye Week - Erie, Marion
SUNDAY MARCH 24
DAYTON 68, Saginaw 42 (814) - Dayton jumped out to an early lead in putting an end to the Sting’s 14-game winning streak. Dayton needed three plays to find the end zone, and when the Sting took over, an AJ McKenna found its way into the arms of a Sharks defender who took it the other way. The Sharks led 34-10 at the half.
Kentucky Xtreme 49, DETROIT 21 - The Xtreme scored on the first possession, when QB Kevin Warner hit Sergio Spencer on a 25-yard TD. Warner finished the day 12-of-27 passing for 250 yards and six TDs. A fumble recovery by DB D.A. Griffin helped set up a punishing 14-yard TD run by FB Maurice Grinter, who ran for 27 yards.
Erie 79, KENTUCKY DRILLERS 26 - Explosion head coach Shawn Liotta won his 50th game, as RBs Alfonso Hoggard and Richard Stokes scored four TDs each. Kentucky scored first and was ahead 14-7 early in the second quarter. The Explosion scored 36 unanswered points in the second to take a 43-14 halftime lead.
Dayton              6  0 0 1.000  350  145 Port Huron          2  3 0  .400  113  185
Erie                5  0 0 1.000  299  119 Detroit             2  4 0  .333  169  245
Saginaw             5  1 0  .833  254  206 Marion              1  5 0  .167  149  222
Kentucky Xtreme     4  1 0  .800  259  126 Kane County         0  5 0  .000   13   77
Owensboro           3  3 0  .500  191  263 Kentucky Drillers   0  6 0  .000  139  338
FRIDAY MARCH 29
Erie 52, SAGINAW 20 - Richard Stokes scored four rushing TDs, and the Explosion held Saginaw to just 26 yards on the ground. Saginaw's Charles Tarver caught the a missed FG and returned it for a TD, bringing the score to 7-6. The Explosion responded by outscoring the Sting 31-6 over the next two quarters.
SATURDAY MARCH 30
Port Huron 2, KANE COUNTY 0 (Forfeit)
Kentucky Xtreme 55, MARION 47 - Two first-half fumbles helped put the Blue Racers into a two-point hole. Two more lost balls in the third period put them too far behind, far enough that even 28 fourth-period points weren’t enough to end their losing skid, which is now at four games.
Dayton              6  0 0 1.000  350  145 Port Huron          3  3 0  .500  115  185
Erie                6  0 0 1.000  351  139 Detroit             2  4 0  .333  169  245
Kentucky Xtreme     5  1 0  .833  314  173 Marion              1  6 0  .143  196  277
Saginaw             5  2 0  .714  274  258 Kane County         0  6 0  .000   13   79
Owensboro           3  3 0  .500  191  263 Kentucky Drillers   0  6 0  .000  139  338
​Bye Week - Owensboro, Kentucky Drillers, Detroit, Dayton
SATURDAY APRIL 6
OWENSBORO 2, Kane County 0 (Forfeit)
Detroit 40, KENTUCKY DRILLERS 24 - 
Dayton 38, PORT HURON 35 (OT) - With 45 seconds left, the Pirates new QB, Rodney Brown found Joshua Goodnough in the end zone to tie the game. Dayton's Zach Van Zant hit the game-winning field goal to win the first overtime game in CIFL history.
SUNDAY APRIL 7
ERIE 32, Kentucky Xtreme 28 (3207) - Shortly after rookie QB Aaron Smetanka threw his second interception, DB Brandon Clarke intercepted Xtreme QB Kevin Warner, and took the ball back to the Kentucky 24. Smetanka's sneak with 5 minutes to go gave Erie the lead, and the defense and running game took care of the rest.
Dayton              7  0 0 1.000  388  180 Port Huron          3  4 0  .429  150  223
Erie                7  0 0 1.000  383  167 Detroit             3  4 0  .429  209  269
Kentucky Xtreme     5  2 0  .714  342  205 Marion              1  6 0  .143  196  277
Saginaw             5  2 0  .714  274  258 Kane County         0  7 0  .000   13   81
Owensboro           4  3 0  .571  193  263 Kentucky Drillers   0  7 0  .000  163  378
​Bye Week - Marion, Saginaw
SATURDAY APRIL 13
Owensboro 2, KANE COUNTY 0 (Forfeit)
KENTUCKY DRILLERS 74, Marion 51 - Kentucky Drillers QB Kameron Bryant. Bryant led the Drillers offense with 9 total TDs. He was 7 of 12 passing for 142 yards and 5 touchdowns and had 11 rushes for 149 yards and 4 touchdowns.
SAGINAW 49, Port Huron 28 - Deshawn Hayes had 96 yards of total offense and three TDs to lead Saginaw, while QB AJ McKenna rebounded from a poor performance against Erie by completing 18 of 27 passes for 163 yards with four passing touchdowns and one rushing touchdown.
SUNDAY APRIL 14
ERIE 61, Detroit 37 (3477) - Erie QB Aaron Smetanka threw for 200 yards and three TDs while the Explosion erased a 13-7 deficit with six straight scores. Erie's defensive line of Zach Williams, Andre Portis, Bob Hammer and Marcus Gordon harassed QB Mike Akwari, as the Thunder did not reach the end zone until the fourth.
DAYTON 47, Kentucky Xtreme 41 - Kentucky DB Tayshawn McBroom had 3 interceptions, but it was not enough as Dayton remained perfect. 
Dayton              8  0 0 1.000  435  221 Port Huron          3  5 0  .375  178  272
Erie                8  0 0 1.000  444  204 Detroit             3  5 0  .375  246  330
Saginaw             6  2 0  .750  323  286 Marion              1  7 0  .125  247  351
Kentucky Xtreme     5  3 0  .625  383  252 Kentucky Drillers   1  7 0  .125  237  429
Owensboro           5  3 0  .625  195  263 Kane County         0  8 0  .000   13   83
NOTE: On April 19, the CIFL announced that the operations of the Owensboro Rage had been suspended for the remainder of the season. The Atlanta Vipers filled the schedule against Erie on April 28th against Dayton.
SATURDAY APRIL 20
Detroit 2, OWENSBORO 0 (Forfeit)
Erie 21, DAYTON 14 - Erie won the regular season title thanks to its defense. One drive after Ricardo Kemp's interception kept the Explosion ahead, Kwaheem Smith snagged his league-leading 11th interception, his third of the game, to secure the win with 24 seconds left. Both fourth-quarter interceptions were in the Erie end zone.
PORT HURON 46, Kentucky Drillers 31 - The Patriots kept their playoff hopes as theys outscored the Drillers 21-6 in the fourth quarter behind a torrid stretch of big plays. Daniel Johnson picked up a fumble on with only 38 seconds remaining in the game and scampered 40 yards for a score to give the Patriots a 40-25 lead.
SUNDAY APRIL 21
Saginaw 2, KANE COUNTY 0 (Forfeit) - 
KENTUCKY XTREME 40, Marion 26 - 
Erie                9  0 0 1.000  465  218 Port Huron          4  5 0  .444  224  303
Dayton              8  1 0  .889  449  242 Detroit             4  5 0  .444  248  330
Saginaw             7  2 0  .778  325  286 Marion              1  8 0  .111  273  391
Kentucky Xtreme     6  3 0  .667  423  278 Kentucky Drillers   1  8 0  .111  268  475
Owensboro           5  4 0  .556  195  265 Kane County         0  9 0  .000   13   85
NOTE: On April 19, the CIFL announced that the operations of the Owensboro Rage had been suspended for the remainder of the season. The Atlanta Vipers filled the schedule against Erie on April 28th against Dayton.
SATURDAY APRIL 27
MARION 23, Port Huron 22 - Patriots safety James Terry appeared to intercept a Blue Racers pass in the end zone with nine seconds remaining, but an official ruled the play as a dual possession catch and awarded the go ahead touchdown to Blue Racers wide receiver Jonathan Mason.
KENTUCKY XTREME 66, Dayton 20 - 
SAGINAW 52, Detroit 34 - The Sting came back from an early deficit with five Deshawn Hayes touchdowns to run away with the win. Saginaw heads into the playoffs against second place Dayton. Due to a scheduling conflict, the Sting will host the Sharks on Saturday, May 4, despite being the lower seed.
SUNDAY APRIL 28
Kentucky Drillers 2, KANE COUNTY 0 (Forfeit)
ERIE 2, Owensboro 0 (Forfeit) - The Flint Fury, a last-minute replacement, got lost on the way to Erie, delaying the game by 1 hour, 50 minutes. The Explosion buried the Fury, 95-0, in front of an announced crowd of 3,350 The Explosion got a CIFL single-game record 121-yard rushing performance from Richard Stokes.
Erie               10  0 0 1.000  467  218 Port Huron          4  6 0  .400  246  326
Dayton              8  2 0  .800  469  308 Detroit             4  6 0  .400  282  382
Saginaw             8  2 0  .800  377  320 Marion              2  8 0  .200  296  413
Kentucky Xtreme     7  3 0  .700  489  298 Kentucky Drillers   2  8 0  .200  270  475
Owensboro           5  5 0  .500  195  267 Kane County         0 10 0  .000   13   87
NOTE: On April 23, the league owners agreed on a four-team playoff format, and should the Explosion win their semifinal, they would host the championship game on May 12. Both Sunday games begin at 2 p.m. “This year’s decision came on a financial note from some of the teams in the league, and it was based on what’s best financially to sustain the CIFL going forward,” Patriots coach Jude Carter said. “They decided to go to a four-team playoff so some teams didn’t incur additional costs associated with the playoffs."
SEMI-FINALS
SATURDAY MAY 4
SAGINAW (8-2) 66, Dayton (8-2) 63 - The Sting scored two TDs in the final 35 seconds before a Jamaal Hibler interception secured a spot in the CIFL championship. Sting K Chris Kollias had been ejected for arguing with officials, but linebacker Enrique Shaw took his place and kicked a successful onside attempt, recovered by CJ Tarver, that became a game-winning 14-yard TD pass from A.J. McKenna to Daryl Gooden with 8 seconds left.
SUNDAY MAY 5
Erie (10-0) 55, Kentucky Xtreme (7-3) 6 - The Explosion's defensive line harassed elusive QB Kevin Warner all afternoon. Warner was 7-of-23 for just 48 yards and an interception. Erie QB Aaron Smetanka was 16-for-20 for 177 yards for four TDs and one interception on a ball that bounced off a receiver's back, hit Michael Johnson for a 31-yard TD pass early in the third quarter and added a 2-yard run for a 35-0 bulge.
CHAMPIONSHIP - SUNDAY MAY 12
ERIE (11-0) 37, Saginaw (9-2) 36 (1844) - The Explosion completed an undefeated season to win the CIFL championship, the first in Erie indoor football history. The two-time defending champion Sting, led by former Explosion QB A.J. McKenna, twice led in the game. Saginaw took a 36-30 lead with 5 minutes left on the scrambling McKenna's 5-yard TD pass to Shuan Hladki. But Erie regained the lead on Richard Stokes' 7-yard run while breaking a tackle and kicker Shon Rowser's all-important extra point with 1:48 to go. But the game wasn't decided until a final pass deflection on a four-down defensive stand inside the 10-yard line. The real kicker on that final Saginaw drive is that the Sting didn't have one. Regular kicker Chris Kollias was ejected in last week's semifinal win over Dayton and had to sit out the game. On the Sting's last drive, McKenna hit CIFL MVP C.J. Tarver for 17 yards to the Erie 10. After a 3-yard pass to Hladki, Erie forced three incompletions, the last batted away with 30 seconds to go by defensive back Ricardo Kemp, the defensive player of the game.
SATURDAY MARCH 9
Wichita 70, OKLAHOMA 26 - Wichita played a near flawless game, committing only one penalty while intercepting one pass and forcing and recovering three fumbles. QB Rocky Hinds threw six TD passes, RB Tywon Hubbard ran for three scores, and WR Joe Kassanavoid caught four passes for 124 yards and three touchdowns. 
Wichita             1  0 0 1.000   70   26 Kansas City         0  0 0  .000    0    0
Omaha               0  0 0  .000    0    0 Lincoln             0  0 0  .000    0    0
Salina              0  0 0  .000    0    0 Kansas              0  0 0  .000    0    0
Sioux City          0  0 0  .000    0    0 MidMissouri         0  0 0  .000    0    0
Bloomington         0  0 0  .000    0    0 Oklahoma            0  1 0  .000   26   70
Bye Week - Omaha, Salina, Kansas City, Sioux City, Bloomington, Lincoln, Kansas, MidMissouri
FRIDAY MAY 3
Iowa 48, SAN ANTONIO 36 (7803) - J.J. Raterink rallied Iowa from a 29-14 halftime deficit with five second-half TD passes. Raterink finished with seven TD tosses, three apiece to Marcus Harris and Jesse Schmidt, to help the Barnstormers snap a four-game losing streak. Iowa intercepted Nick Frazer three times in the second half. 
SATURDAY APRIL 27
Orlando 52, PITTSBURGH 38 (4174) - Making his first start for the Preds after being acquired from the San Jose last month, Aaron Garcia threw for 278 yards and six TDs. T.T. Toliver caught 15 passes for 146 yards and two scores. Garcia's 11-yard scoring strike to Toliver with less than a minute to go in the game sealed the victory.
Arizona 58, JACKSONVILLE 48 (11076) - The Rattlers used a pair of first-half defensive stops to build a 34-19 halftime advantage and ended the Sharks' perfect start. For Arizona, Rod Windsor racked up 14 catches for 145 yards and five TDs. QB Nick Davila was efficient in the victory, going 21 of 30 for 251 yards and six touchdowns.
Philadelphia 72, CHICAGO 41 (4722) - The Soul never trailed the Rush, as they opened a 14-0 lead in the first quarter after a Ryan McDaniel 16-yard TD pass from Dan Raudabaugh and a 10-yard TD run from Derrick Ross. Raudabaugh threw for 240 yards and six TDs, and did not throw an interception for the second week in a row.
SAN JOSE 56, Cleveland 36 (8563) - Fred Williams ran back two kickoffs for scores, while Jason Willis and Jamark Simmons each scored three times for the SaberCats. Russ Michna threw for 197 yards and four TDs on 18-of-25 passing as the QB was a success in his first home game with the SaberCats.
TAMPA BAY 63, New Orleans 32 (10114) - Storm QB Adrian McPherson threw for 197 yards and four TDs, and he rushed six times for 29 yards and four more TDs. Tampa Bay's defense held the opposition to a season-low 32 points and forced two turnovers on downs in the first half that helped the Storm build a 35-13 halftime lead.
UTAH 52, Spokane 48 (5784) - With seconds to go and facing fourth down at Utah’s 5, Shock QB Erik Meyer threw behind open receiver Adron Tennell, allowing defender David Hyland time to break up the pass and preserve the Blaze’s win. The defense scored three of the Shock’s seven touchdowns.
AMERICAN - South Division                  NATIONAL - West Division
Jacksonville        6  1 0  .857  410  314 Arizona             6  1 0  .857  488  344
Tampa Bay           5  2 0  .714  423  357 Spokane             5  2 0  .714  454  363
New Orleans         1  5 0  .167  228  335 San Jose            4  2 0  .667  319  320
Orlando             1  5 0  .167  269  350 Utah                3  3 0  .500  343  334
AMERICAN - East Division                   NATIONAL - Central Division
Philadelphia        3  3 0  .500  349  302 Chicago             4  3 0  .571  359  386
Pittsburgh          1  5 0  .167  203  307 Iowa                3  4 0  .429  343  335
Cleveland           1  5 0  .167  277  372 San Antonio         2  4 0  .333  253  299
FRIDAY MAY 3
TEXAS 48, Chicago 23 - The Revolution went into halftime with a score of 21-0, and Chicago didn’t even get on the board until 10:24 left in the third quarter. Texas QB Marcus Jackson passed for 161 yards and five TDs, and added a rushing touchdown, was a result of having some great protection on the offensive line.
Colorado 51, WYOMING 41 - The Cavalry squandered an eight-point lead after Colorado outscored the Cavs 18-0 in the final period. The Cavs outgained the Ice -- 238 to 177 -- but Wyoming surrendered six turnovers in the contest. Meanwhile, Colorado had one turnover. Wyoming running back Ryan Dinnebell finished with two TDs.
SATURDAY MAY 4
SIOUX FALLS 43, Nebraska 41 - The Danger led 27-24 at half and 41-40 after three, thanks largely to the work of QB Jameel Sewell. But Sioux Falls took the lead early in the fourth on a Parker Douglass FG, got a stop, and after taking over with 5:37 left in the game, ran the clock all the way down, never giving it back to the Danger.
TRI-CITIES 70, Cedar Rapids 68 (2500) - Cedar Rapids scored on its first five offensive possessions and had the the Fever on the ropes with a 30-14 lead late in the second quarter. Then all things went to down hill for the Titans — and it happened in under a minute, as Tri-Cities scored 18 straight points.
UNITED CONFERENCE                          INTENSE CONFERENCE
Sioux Falls         6  3 0  .667  433  332 Nebraska            6  3 0  .667  433  388
Chicago             6  4 0  .600  406  411 Colorado            6  3 0  .667  399  367
Cedar Rapids        5  4 0  .556  498  387 Tri-Cities          3  6 0  .333  420  424
Texas               4  5 0  .444  393  475 Wyoming             1  7 0  .125  218  412
Green Bay           3  5 0  .375  326  330
Bye Week  - Green Bay
FRIDAY MAY 3
Sarasota at Missouri (Cancelled) - The Monsters defeated the Atlanta Vipers, 80-8, in front of 2,624 fans. Missouri had five interceptions with two being returned for scores. QB Tavares Woodley completed 14 of 22 passes and threw for 215 yards and eight TDs.
SATURDAY MAY 4
Corpus Christi 50, LAKELAND 36 (4500) - Corpus Christi QB Robert Kent threw for 205 yards and four TDs to help the Fury stay perfect.  Kent also rushed for 95 yard, including TD runs of 20 and 25 yards.  Lakeland QB Chris Walley went 21-for-34 passing for 200 yards and four touchdowns, although, he struggled with consistency early.
Corpus Christi      5  0 0 1.000  290  215 Georgia             2  5 0  .286  264  321
Florida             4  1 0  .800  229  122 Missouri            1  3 0  .250  141  201
Lakeland            4  3 0  .571  424  217 Sarasota            0  3 0  .000    0  230
​Bye Week - Florida, Georgia
FRIDAY MARCH 15
Sioux City 62, BLOOMINGTON 56 (3106) - Scott Jensen and Eddie Pertilla hooked up five times through the air as the Bandits extended their win streak to 29 games. Jensen and Pertilla found the end zone with scores of 43, 22, 34, 5 and 41 yards. Sioux City trailed 7-0 early, but scored three straight times and took a 32-21 lead into halftime.
SATURDAY MARCH 16
Oklahoma 62, KANSAS 40 (2403) - The Defenders had a successful offensive attack with QB Rico Watkins completing 11-21 for 159 yards, two running and two passing TDs. WR Juan Redmon had 7 catches for 87 yards and one TD. Running back KingJack Washington rushed for 118 yards (average 6.1 yd/carry) and one touchdown.
Wichita 60, SALINA 34 (5119) - Tywon Hubbard ran for four first-half TDs to lead the Wild. Hubbard rushed 18 times for 125 yards. Wild QB Rocky Hinds, who attempted just 10 passes, had TD throws to Tim Simmons and Joe Kassanavoid. Bombers QB Dane Simoneau threw four TD passes, but was also picked off twice.
SUNDAY MARCH 17
Omaha 38, KANSAS CITY 27 - The Omaha defense shined as the "Beefense" recorded five turnovers including two interceptions by DB Diezeas Calbert. Omaha also scored defensively when Byron Wilson scooped up a fumble in the end zone for a TD. Beef QB James McNear completed 21 of 30 for 198 yards and three TDs. 
Lincoln 38, MID-MISSOURI 31 (OT) (1824) - Mid-Missouri QB Kyle Middleton completed 24 of 40 passes with three TDs in the loss, including a 4-yard scoring strike to Marcus James to tie the game with :08 to play. Lincoln scored a touchdown on the first possession to make the score 38-31. Mid-Missouri was unable to answer. 
Wichita             2  0 0 1.000  130   60 Kansas City         0  1 0  .000   27   38
Omaha               1  0 0 1.000   38   27 Bloomington         0  1 0  .000   56   62
Lincoln             1  0 0 1.000   38   31 Kansas              0  1 0  .000   40   62
Sioux City          1  0 0 1.000   62   56 Mid-Missouri        0  1 0  .000   31   38
Oklahoma            1  1 0  .500   88  110 Salina              0  1 0  .000   34   60
FRIDAY MARCH 22
SIOUX CITY 38, Kansas City 26 (4269) - Darius Davis recovered a fumble in the end zone in the second quarter, one of four turnovers the Bandits forced. QB Scotty Jensen hiked his career touchdown pass total to 139 with scoring catches collected by Frederick Bruno and Eddie Pertilla in the first quarter.
BLOOMINGTON 54, Mid-Missouri 3 (2139) - Edge QB Jim DuPage completed 12 of 26 passes for 120 yards with TD strikes to Marcus Lewis, Jasonus Tillery and Lee Banks — the last two in coming in the second half. Outlaws QB Kyle Middleton was intercepted three times. Mid-Missouri lost 13 yards on 17 rushing attempts.
SATURDAY MARCH 23
WICHITA 39, Kansas 20 (2586) - After absorbing a punch from the Koyotes in the opening period, the Wild bounced back in the second quarter, scoring three TDs and taking a 26-20 halftime lead. QB Rocky Hinds found jack-of-all-trades Joe Kassanavoid for two of the TDs, and connected with Rashad Daniels on a 32-yard TD pass.
Wichita             3  0 0 1.000  169   80 Bloomington         1  1 0  .500  110   65
Sioux City          2  0 0 1.000  100   82 Salina              0  1 0  .000   34   60
Lincoln             1  0 0 1.000   38   31 Kansas              0  2 0  .000   60  101
Omaha               1  0 0 1.000   38   27 Mid-Missouri        0  2 0  .000   34   92
Oklahoma            1  1 0  .500   88  110 Kansas City         0  2 0  .000   53   76
Bye Week - Omaha, Lincoln, Oklahoma, Salina
FRIDAY MARCH 29
Sioux City 42, LINCOLN 20 (2163) - The Bandits, running their winning streak to 31 straight, got two TD passes from Scott Jensen and two TD runs by Fredrick Bruno, but the story of the night was the defense. Breaking for halftime with a 28-20 lead, Sioux City blanked the Haymakers in the final two quarters, ruining their home opener.
OMAHA 54, Kansas 27 (2000) - Five TD passes by James McNear, two defensive TDs and a fourth-quarter red zone stop powered the Beef. Ozzie Smith, a defensive back from the University of Nebraska at Kearney, picked off a pass by quarterback Chris Mayabb and returned it 38 yards to put Omaha up 27-0.
SATURDAY MARCH 30
WICHITA 52, Bloomington 22 (2467) - The Wild received another stifling defensive performance, led by DE Matt Moss, in a game the Wild led the entire way. QB Rocky Hinds cashed in on six touchdowns, four through the air and two on the ground, being a key part in Wichita’s ease in moving the ball on the offensive end.  
KANSAS CITY 54, Oklahoma 47 - Renagades QB Dennis Gile threw seven TD passes. With two minutes to play, KC scored to go up 47-39. On the Defenders’ next drive, Oklahoma got inside the 20, but QB Rico Watkins’ pass fell into the hands of Renegade Donte Moore to seal the win.
SALINA 43, Mid-Missouri 21 (3714) - The Outlaws were outrushed in this game as the Bombers had 101 yards to -3 for the Outlaws. The Bombers were led by Quentin Benning with 45 yards on eight carries. The Outlaws did win the passing game as Kyle Middleton threw for 148 yards. Bombers QB Dane Simoneau threw for 111 yards total.
Wichita             4  0 0 1.000  221  102 Bloomington         1  2 0  .333  132  117
Sioux City          3  0 0 1.000  142  102 Oklahoma            1  2 0  .333  135  164
Omaha               2  0 0 1.000   92   54 Kansas City         1  2 0  .333  107  123
Salina              1  1 0  .500   77   81 Mid-Missouri        0  3 0  .000   55  135
Lincoln             1  1 0  .500   58   73 Kansas              0  3 0  .000   87  155

FRIDAY APRIL 5
BLOOMINGTON 62, Lincoln 40 (1831) - Edge QB David Knighton threw three of his five TD passes to Jasonus Tillery, while  Andre Raymond added a pair of rushing TDs and LaVaughn Macon notched his third kick return score of the season. Nick Rhodes caught three touchdown passes for the Haymakers.
SATURDAY APRIL 6
Kansas 49, MID-MISSOURI 18 (1122) - The Koyotes, who lost twice to the Outlaws last season, scored the first three times they had their hands on the ball, scoring three TDs in the first eight minutes to roar out to a 19-0 lead and led the Outlaws 26-0 after the first quarter on their way to an easy that kept the Outlaws winless this spring.
KANSAS CITY 40, Wichita 36 - The Renegades new starting QB Xavier Lee only had one day to study the playbook. Lee threw two touchdowns and rushed for another touchdown. However, the roof blew off, when Renegades WR OJ Simpson ran back two kickoff returns for touchdowns.
SALINA 50, Oklahoma 31 (2400) - Dane Simoneau ran for three TDs and threw for another to lead the Bombers to the win. It was Simoneau's back-to-back 9-yard scoring runs in the third quarter that gave Salina the separation it needed after holding a tenuous 33-24 halftime lead.
SUNDAY APRIL 7
OMAHA 32, Sioux City 26 (2OT) (2245) - Renewing their I-29 rivalry, the Beef picked up right where they left off in 2010, winning their ninth straight game over the Bandits. The win snaps the Bandits 31-game winning streak. After no scoring in the first OT, the Beef scored on its first possession of the second.
Omaha               3  0 0 1.000  124   80 Kansas City         2  2 0  .500  147  159
Wichita             4  1 0  .800  257  142 Lincoln             1  2 0  .333   98  135
Sioux City          3  1 0  .750  168  134 Oklahoma            1  3 0  .250  166  214
Salina              2  1 0  .667  127  112 Kansas              1  3 0  .250  127  191
Bloomington         2  2 0  .500  194  157 Mid-Missouri        0  4 0  .000   73  184
FRIDAY APRIL 12
Kansas City 56, KANSAS 28 - The Koyotes grabbed the lead late in the first quarter after Kaito Miller wrestled the ball away from Keithen Valentine and raced 43 yards for a TD to put Kansas up 21-20. However, the Renegades grabbed the momentum in the second quarter, outscoring the Koyotes 19-0 to take a 39-21 lead into halftime.
Wichita 49, BLOOMINGTON 35 (2319) - Tim Simmons and Joe Kassanavoid each caught two TD passes to help the Wild win. After a scoreless 1st quarter, the Wild scored three TDs and added two safeties in the second, building a 23-9 halftime advantage. Tywon Hubbard rushed for 62 yards and a TD for Wichita.
Sioux City 46, SALINA 43 (3363) - The Bombers took the lead when Dane Simoneau threw an 11-yard TD to Ricky Roberts with 5:31 to go. Bandits QB Scott Jensen threw a 1-yard TD to Fredrick Bruno with seven seconds left. Brandon McKinney returned the ensuing kickoff to the Bandits’ 7, but Corey Hoover's FG was wide right.
SATURDAY APRIL 13
Omaha 55, LINCOLN 49 (2584) - RJ Rollins carried for a season-high 56 yards as Omaha topped the 100-yard rushing mark for the first time this year. Rollins, the franchise’s all-time leading rusher, scored four TDs (three rushing, one receiving). QB James McNear threw for only 138 yards, but five of his completions went for TDs.
SUNDAY APRIL 14
OKLAHOMA 36, Mid-Missouri 34 - Both teams started the game with new QBs since Outlaws QB Kyle Middleton announced his retirement and the Defenders Rico Watkins was no longer with the team. The Defenders started Jarvis Pitts; the Outlaws started Kyle Christian. The Outlaws’ Derek Doerfler missed a 40-yard FG as time ran out.
Omaha               4  0 0 1.000  179  129 Bloomington         2  3 0  .400  229  206
Wichita             5  1 0  .833  306  177 Oklahoma            2  3 0  .400  202  248
Sioux City          4  1 0  .800  214  177 Lincoln             1  3 0  .250  147  190
Kansas City         3  2 0  .600  203  187 Kansas              1  4 0  .200  155  247
Salina              2  2 0  .500  170  158 Mid-Missouri        0  5 0  .000  107  220
FRIDAY APRIL 19
Salina 31, LINCOLN 19 (1289) - In Salina's first road game, Bombers QB Dane Simoneau threw three TD passes -- two to wide receiver Pelton Smalls -- and scrambled 42 yards for another TD. The Bombers' defense was equally impressive, holding Lincoln to one TD in the second half -- a David Ferris 2-yard run with 13:57 left.
SATURDAY APRIL 20
WICHITA 29, Omaha 17 (2762) - After halftime, Wichita’s defense came to life, holding the Beef scoreless and carrying the Wild win over first-place Omaha. A family emergency caused Beef QB James McNear to miss the game. Backup Chuck Wright threw three interceptions as Omaha mustered 107 yards of total offense
Bloomington 44, OKLAHOMA 39 - Andre Raymond got into the end zone three times and the Edge scored 20 unanswered points in the third quarter. QB Jim DuPage threw two of his three touchdown passes in the second half as the Edge opened a three-game road swing
Kansas City 38, MID-MISSOURI 24 - The defense once again had a huge game, intercepting the Outlaws four times. DB Donte Moore had three of those interceptions and a TD. Carlos Cavanaugh filled in for Renegades QB Xavier Lee again, who was away from the team attending to a family health matter.
Wichita             6  1 0  .857  335  194 Bloomington         3  3 0  .500  273  245
Omaha               4  1 0  .800  196  158 Oklahoma            2  4 0  .333  241  292
Sioux City          4  1 0  .800  214  177 Lincoln             1  4 0  .200  166  221
Kansas City         4  2 0  .667  241  211 Kansas              1  4 0  .200  155  247
Salina              3  2 0  .600  201  177 Mid-Missouri        0  6 0  .000  131  258
Bye Week - Sioux City, Kansas
FRIDAY MAY 3
LINCOLN 48, Bloomington 39 - Backup QB Andre Brown threw three TD passes to Marcus Lewis in the fourth quarter to get the Edge within three points with 1:01 to play, but the Haymakers sealed the win by returning an onside kick for a touchdown. The Edge had to rally after allowing 26 straight points to start the game.
SATURDAY MAY 4
WICHITA 73, Oklahoma 6 - Wichita finished with 279 total yards, with an almost even number of passing and receiving yards. Defensively, Wichita allowed Oklahoma close to the end zone twice, forcing three fumbles and two interceptions, scoring on one. Wichita scored on each of its six possessions in the first quarter.
Sioux City 51, KANSAS CITY 42 - Sioux City made life rough on QB Chris Coffin, who was held to 32 yards passing through three quarters. Kansas City moved within nine points in the final two minutes of the game when Coffin found O.J. Simpson for a TD pass, but the two-point conversion failed and the Bandits went on for the win.
Salina 55, KANSAS 31 - The Koyotes fought back from a 25-point halftime deficit to cut the lead to 35-24 heading into the fourth quarter but couldn't draw any closer. QB Dane Simoneau hit Pelton Smalls for TD passes of 34 and 29 yards in the fourth quarter to give the Bombers an insurmountable 49-24 lead.
SUNDAY MAY 5
OMAHA 70, Mid-Missouri 13 (2706) - After a week in which former New York Jet Tim Tebow apparently failed to respond to the Omaha Beef’s contract offer of $75 to QB the team, James McNear completed 16 of 20 passes for six TDs and ran for oner. RJ Rollins ran for two TDs and caught another as Omaha put up 201 yards of offense.
Wichita             8  1 0  .889  490  209 Bloomington         4  4 0  .500  360  293
Omaha               6  1 0  .857  304  195 Lincoln             3  4 0  .429  260  300
Sioux City          5  2 0  .714  289  257 Oklahoma            2  6 0  .250  287  411
Salina              5  2 0  .714  303  239 Kansas              1  6 0  .143  186  350
Kansas City         4  4 0  .500  314  309 Mid-Missouri        0  8 0  .000  153  410
FRIDAY APRIL 26
LINCOLN 46, Oklahoma 40 (1122) - The Haymakers ended their four game losing skid thanks to a 14-0 lead early. WR Nick Rhodes scored three times, one rushing and two receiving. Kingjack Washington scored his final touchdown of the night with just under 90 seconds left in the game, but Lincoln ran out the clock for the win.
SATURDAY APRIL 27
Wichita 82, MID-MISSOURI 9 - If the Mid-Missouri Outlaws want to compete for a championship in the CPIFL in the future, they might use the Wichita Wild as a role model. The Wild dominated in every aspect of the game  and left Sedalia with a rout of Mid-Missouri, the worst home loss since the club became an indoor-only team in 2010.
Bloomington 48, KANSAS 0 - In their season debut under Jim Green, the Koyotes were shut out for the first time in franchise history, finishing with a staggering 38 yards of offense. The Edge took a 21-0 lead into halftime and broke the game open in the third quarter after Marcus Lewis caught two TDs from Jim DuPage.
Salina 47, KANSAS CITY 31 - QB Dane Simoneau was honored as the CPIFL Offensive Player of the Week as he ran just nine offensive plays in the first two quarters and racked up 28 points on four TD passes. Renegades RB Keithen Valentine scored two rushing TDs, but Kansas City was denied on two other drives at the goal line.
Omaha 38, SIOUX CITY 24 (4887) - Sioux City scored just 10 points in the first half and their 14-point rally in the fourth quarter fell short. Beef QB James McNear led the way through air with 177 passing yards and three scores. He also ran for 37 yards. Bandits QB Scott Jensen threw for just 108 yards and was intercepted once.
Wichita             7  1 0  .875  417  203 Bloomington         4  3 0  .571  321  245
Omaha               5  1 0  .833  234  182 Lincoln             2  4 0  .333  212  261
Sioux City          4  2 0  .667  238  215 Oklahoma            2  5 0  .286  281  338
Salina              4  2 0  .667  249  208 Kansas              1  5 0  .167  155  295
Kansas City         4  3 0  .571  272  259 Mid-Missouri        0  7 0  .000  140  340
SATURDAY MARCH 16
HARRISBURG 56, Washington 25 - On consecutive possessions in the second half Jermaine Thaxton returned a fumble and an interception for TDs to lead the Stampede. QB E.J. Nemeth bulled his way into the end zone for the Stampede's first two scores, before rushing for a third TD on a QB sneak in the final minute of the first half. 
Harrisburg          1  0 0 1.000   56   25 West Virginia       0  0 0  .000    0    0
Cape Fear           0  0 0  .000    0    0 Washington          0  1 0  .000   25   56
York                0  0 0  .000    0    0
Bye Week - Cape Fear, West Virginia, York
FRIDAY MARCH 29
CAPE FEAR 75, Washington 28 - The Heroes forced six turnovers, held the Eagles to eight points in the final two quarters and had a pair of TDs off fumble recoveries in the fourth. Aries Nelson had four first-half TDs, including three through the air as the Heroes won in a game delayed 1:15 due to the Eagles' late arrival because of traffic.
SATURDAY MARCH 30
HARRISBURG 100, Virginia 0 - Scipio Brown was dominant, with four of his six catches going for TDs. The Stampede offense scored on every possession.  LB Jermaine Thaxton and cornerback Armar Watson both took interceptions to the house, while Watson also returned a missed field goal for a touchdown.
Harrisburg          2  0 0 1.000  156   25 West Virginia       0  1 0  .000    0  100
Cape Fear           1  0 0 1.000   75   28 Washington          0  2 0  .000   53  131
York                0  0 0  .000    0    0
Bye Week - York
SATURDAY APRIL 6
YORK 32, Washington 25 (1300) - York QB Andrew Daley fumbled the ball away in the final 20 seconds and agonized as it was returned to the York 9-yard-line with 13 seconds left.  The Capitals defense responded as Ty Geiser knocked away the Capitals' final pass.
Capre Fear 76, WEST VIRGINIA 8
HARRISBURG 66, Hampton Crusaders 0 (1256) - In a non-league game, E.J. Nemeth threw for five TDs while the Stampede defense pitched a shutout for the second straight week. In three games. On the first offensive play of the contest, Nemeth hooked up with Jerell Jones for a 30-yard touchdown pass down the right side.
Harrisburg          2  0 0 1.000  156   25 West Virginia       0  2 0  .000    8  176
Cape Fear           2  0 0 1.000  141   28 Washington          0  3 0  .000   78  163
York                1  0 0 1.000   32   25
Bye Week - Harrisburg
SATURDAY APRIL 13
Cape Fear 59, WASHINGTON 8
HARRISBURG 63, York 20 - A cross-town indoor football rivalry began with the Capitals doing something against the Harrisburg Stampede no team had done in eight quarters of football - score points. RB Byron Tillery's goal line run was the icebreaker, but Stampede QB E.J. Nemeth finished with five total TDs (2 passing, 3 rushing).
Harrisburg          3  0 0 1.000  219   45 West Virginia       0  2 0  .000    8  176
Cape Fear           3  0 0 1.000  200   36 Washington          0  4 0  .000   86  222
York                1  1 0  .500   52   88
Bye Week - West Virginia
SATURDAY APRIL 20
YORK 56, West Virginia 19
Harrisburg 39, CAPE FEAR 30 - E.J. Nemeth had six TDs, including five through the air, as Harrisburg rallied after trailing 24-7 early in the second quarter. The Stampede scored 25 unanswered points. Cape Fear pulled to within 32-30 late in the third on a 1-yard run by Chris Johnson, but couldn't convert on its two drives in the fourth quarter.
Harrisburg          4  0 0 1.000  258   75 West Virginia       0  3 0  .000   27  232
Cape Fear           3  1 0  .750  230   75 Washington          0  4 0  .000   86  222
York                2  1 0  .667  108  107
Bye Week - Washington
SATURDAY APRIL 27
Cape Fear 47, WASHINGTON 20
Harrisburg 56, YORK 0 - The Stampede took control in the second quarter with four TDs as Eugene Goodman scored from 39 yards out moments after QB EJ Nemeth hooked up with Scorpio Brown for a 34-yard score. Then the defense took over. LB Vincent Tiben recovered a fumble in the end zone for one of three defensive scores.
Harrisburg          5  0 0 1.000  314   75 West Virginia       0  3 0  .000   27  232
Cape Fear           4  1 0  .800  277   95 Washington          0  5 0  .000  106  269
York                2  2 0  .500  108  163
Bye Week - West Virginia
SATURDAY MAY 4
York 45, WASHINGTON 26 - 
Harrisburg          5  0 0 1.000  314   75 West Virginia       0  3 0  .000   27  232
Cape Fear           4  1 0  .800  277   95 Washington          0  6 0  .000  132  314
York                3  2 0  .600  153  189
Bye Week - West Virginia, Cape Fear, Harrisburg
SEMI-FINAL (Saturday June 1)
HARRISBURG (6-2) 51, York (5-3) 41 - In the fourth quarter that saw only one team score, Harrisburg's 17 points restored order and allowed the Stampede to escape a monster upset bid. York (5-4) returned two of its three interceptions for TDs. The Capitals' offense managed only three touchdowns and 141 total yards against a Stampede defense that was led by Travis Proctor's nine tackles and two interceptions.
CHAMPIONSHIP (Saturday June 8)
Harrisburg (8-2) 57, CAPE FEAR (7-2) 42 - The Harrisburg (Pa.) Stampede took advantage of its opportunities and celebrated an American Indoor Football championship. The defending champion Heroes overcame early 11-0 and 17-6 deficits to lead 20-17 after Marcus Hicks intercepted a deflected pass and returned it six yards for the go-ahead score with 47.6 seconds left in the half. That would be Cape Fear's only lead and it was negated as Cap Poklemba hit a tying 24-yard field goal as the first half expired. Harrisburg coach Bernie Nowotarski said he saw a different Stampede team from the one that had dropped its last two meetings with the Heroes in the locker room during halftime. "I saw that they believed they could win," Nowotarski said. "At times in other games, we looked defeated." On the first possession of the second half, Stampede quarterback E.J. Nemeth hit Collis Martin for a 17-yard touchdown that put Harrisburg ahead to stay. Poklemba missed the extra point but drilled the ensuing kickoff through the uprights for a 27-20 lead. On the ensuing series, Cape Fear quarterback Garrett Sutphen drew two unsportsmanlike conduct penalties on the same play. The Stampede avenged two straight losses to the Heroes by winning the championship.
FRIDAY MARCH 8
ALABAMA 29, Lehigh Valley 28 (2482)- With four seconds left and the ball at midfield on the 25, QB Kevin Eakin passed to Jeremy Grier at the 15. Grier pitched it Charles McClain who sprinted the final 10 yards for the TD and a Slammers win. Eakin completed 13-of-30 passes for 184 yards and three touchdowns but had two interceptions.
SATURDAY MARCH 9
Albany 50, LOUISIANA 41 (1805) - Albany jumped out to an early 14-0 lead with two TD runs from Derrick Winbush in the opening quarter and never looked back. Panthers QB Cecil Lester completed 26 of 39 of his passing attempts for 269 yards and five TDs. Cory Rue led the defense with a team-leading 10 tackles.
SUNDAY MARCH 10
COLUMBUS 58, Knoxville 28 (6186) - The match-up was never in doubt with Columbus opening a 20-7 lead at the end of the first quarter thanks to a blocked FG return for a TD by Justen Rivers. In fact, before the offense could muster much of a threat, the special teams and defense combined to score three of the Lions first four TDs.
Alabama             1  0 0 1.000   29   28 Louisiana           0  1 0  .000   41   40 
Albany              1  0 0 1.000   50   41 Lehigh Valley       0  1 0  .000   28   29
Columbus            1  0 0 1.000   58   28 Knoxville           0  1 0  .000   28   58
Richmond            0  0 0  .000    0    0
Bye Week - Richmond
SATURDAY MARCH 16
Alabama 65, RICHMOND 23 (3122) - The Hammers carried a TD lead into the third quarter and never looked back. It was Richmond's first home loss in over a year. The Raiders didn't score a single point in the second half. Hammers QB Russell Hill threw for 340 yards with nine TDs. Four of those touchdowns went to Jeremy Grier
ALBANY 40, Columbus 37 (5491) - Ryan Gates hit a 28-yard FG with five seconds left to give Albany the win. Columbus QB Marcus Jones threw for 192 yards and four TDs before leaving the game in the final minute with an ankle injury. Albany quarterback Cecil Lester completed just 17-of-37 passes and two touchdowns.
SUNDAY MARCH 17
LEHIGH VALLEY 65, Knoxville 43 (2974) - QB Adam Bednarik led the way for the Steelhawks throwing for 225 yards, 4 TDs, and running for another 2 TDs. LB Terence Thomas started the excitement with an interception and 43-yard return that led to Bednarik's first TD run. The first quarter ended with the Steelhawks leading 21-7.
Alabama             2  0 0 1.000   94   51 Louisiana           0  1 0  .000   41   40 
Albany              2  0 0 1.000   90   78 Richmond            0  1 0  .000   23   65
Columbus            1  1 0  .500   95   68 Knoxville           0  2 0  .000   71  123
Lehigh Valley       1  1 0  .500   93   72
Bye Week - Louisiana
SATURDAY MARCH 23
RICHMOND 41, Knoxville 23 (2779) - Antwon Young, last year’s MVP, started the game, but left in the third quarter because of a knee injury. Warren Smith came in with a 26-16 lead and kept the momentum as the Nighthawks couldn’t find a way to get back in the game. Raiders RB Mike Jones ran for 44 yards and two TDs on 13 carries.
ALBANY 64, Alabama 51 (4246) - The Hammers trailed 57-51 after Darian Payne's fumble recovery in the end zone with five minutes left. Alabama, however, couldn't come up with a crucial defensive stop down the stretch and the Panthers sealed the win on Cecil Lester's 30-yard TD to WR John Harris.
Lehigh Valley 44, LOUISIANA 22 (2160) - Lehigh Valley held Louisiana scoreless in the second half, and limited the Swashbucklers to 105 yards of total offense, 34 in the second half. The defense had two sacks, and Alexander Ajayi recorded an interception, while QB Adam Bednarik threw for 282 yards and four touchdowns
Albany              3  0 0 1.000  154  129 Richmond            1  1 0  .500   64   88
Alabama             2  1 0  .667  145  115 Louisiana           0  2 0  .000   63   84
Lehigh Valley       2  1 0  .667  137   94 Knoxville           0  3 0  .000   94  164
Columbus            1  1 0  .500   95   68
Bye Week - Columbus
SATURDAY MARCH 30
Richmond 51, KNOXVILLE 36 (1185) - The Nighthawks trailed 44-36 midway through the fourth, when Richmond faced a fourth-and-4 at its 12-yard line. QB Warren Smith was sacked on the play, but the Nighthawks were called for an illegal formation. Smith later threw an 18-yard TD pass to Antwun Williams for a 51-36 lead with 5:18 left.
Albany              3  0 0 1.000  154  129 Columbus            1  1 0  .500   95   68
Alabama             2  1 0  .667  145  115 Louisiana           0  2 0  .000   63   84
Lehigh Valley       2  1 0  .667  137   94 Knoxville           0  4 0  .000  130  215
Richmond            2  1 0  .667  115  124
Bye Week - Columbus, Albany, Alabama, Louisiana, Lehigh Valley
FRIDAY APRIL 5
KNOXVILLE 31, Albany 28 (1248) - Albany scored on Cecil Lester’s 4-yard TD pass to Antwontis Cutts with 1.5 seconds left. Ryan Gates’ PAT kick made it 31-28. Knoxville’s Ryan Shuck recovered the on-sides kick. The Nighthawks ran a play in the victory formation as the game ended for the shocker.
ALABAMA 72, Columbus 45 (2356) - Alabama built a 14-0 lead in the first four minutes. Despite three interceptions, Hammers QB Russel Hill completed 18-of-36 passes for 281 yards and eight TDs. Mico McSwain made nine catches for 201 yards and five TDs. Jeremy Grier had four catches for 41 yards and two touchdowns.
Albany              3  1 0  .750  182  160 Columbus            1  2 0  .333  140  140
Alabama             3  1 0  .750  217  160 Knoxville           1  4 0  .200  161  243
Lehigh Valley       2  1 0  .667  137   94 Louisiana           0  2 0  .000   63   84
Richmond            2  1 0  .667  115  124
Bye Week - Richmond, Louisiana, Lehigh Valley
SATURDAY APRIL 13
RICHMOND 62, Lehigh Valley 51 (3117) - Mike Jones ran for 86 yards and four TDs, combining with QB Warren Smith (four TD passes) to lead the Raiders. Richmond needed all of Jones’ contributions in taking a 55-27 advantage early in the fourth, then had to withstand a late SteelHawks’ rally.
ALABAMA 51, Albany 38 (2573) - Hammers QB Russell Hill completed 12-of-23 passes for 136 yards and four TDs, two to Mico McSwain. A Vince Hill interception for a TD, was the pivotal score in a 21-0 Hammers' run after Albany snatched a 32-23 lead. Albany QB Cecil Lester fired five TD passes and amassed 265 yards.
Columbus 45, LOUISIANA 42 (2234) - Louisiana tied the game with a TD pass from Chris Mitchell to Cortland Bell with about seven minutes left. The Lions won as Geoff Boyer made a 30-yard FG with about two minutes to go and Columbus got one last stop. Columbus WR Maurice Dupree caught 15 passes for 230 yards and four TDs.
Alabama             4  1 0  .800  268  198 Columbus            2  2 0  .500  185  182
Richmond            3  1 0  .750  177  175 Knoxville           1  4 0  .200  161  243
Albany              3  2 0  .600  220  211 Louisiana           0  3 0  .000  105  129
Lehigh Valley       2  2 0  .500  188  156
Bye Week - Knoxville
SATURDAY APRIL 20
Alabama 79, LEHIGH VALLEY 77 (2431) - In a game that featured 21 TDs and 12 lead changes, first-place Alabama needed to break up a pass on a two-point after time expired to hold on. The fourth quarter featured 56 points alone. Alabama QB Russell Hill threw for 371 yards and eight TDs. 
COLUMBUS 48, Richmond 42 (2189) - Brian Harris, signed this week to provide competition for QB Marcus Jones, led a furious fourth-quarter comeback and the Lions' defense got one final stop to give Columbus the win. The Lions trailed 42-27 with 9:32 to go, but Columbus scored the final 21 points, all on TD passes by Harris.
LOUISIANA 36, Knoxville 27 (2302) - With 2:30 left, Louisiana DB Brian Harvey Jr. intercepted the ball at the NightHawk 10. Louisiana put the game away with a 46-yard FG by Blake Bercegeay with less than one minute left to go. Though Knoxville tried a field goal attempt, it wound up being no good.
Alabama             5  1 0  .833  347  275 Lehigh Valley       2  3 0  .400  265  231
Richmond            3  2 0  .600  219  223 Louisiana           1  3 0  .250  141  156
Albany              3  2 0  .600  220  211 Knoxville           1  5 0  .167  188  279
Columbus            3  2 0  .600  233  224
Bye Week - Albany
SATURDAY APRIL 27
Knoxville 53, ALABAMA 51 (2333) - The Nighthawks rallied to score on a long TD from Ryan Porter to Deandre Brown with less than 30 seconds to play to clinch the win. The Hammers had a late opportunity to steal the win, but Brian Jackson's 37-yard FG was wide left as time expired. It was Alabama's first home loss of the season. 
Richmond 66, LEHIGH VALLEY 64 (1954) - Back in action after missing last week's game with a bone chip in his left ankle, Adam Bednarik completed 22 of 38 passes for 256 yards and five TDs, and ran for two TDs. However, two fourth-quarter interceptions proved too much to overcome, as the Steelhawks blew a 29-8 lead.
Louisiana 77, COLUMBUS 65 (1643) - Louisiana forced five turnovers out of the Lions' offense and scored 10 TDs on the Columbus defense. The Swashbucklers even got 17 points, including three unos, out of its K, Ernesto Lacayo, while Columbus missed four XPs. Louisiana scored 18 straight points to go up 61-38 in the third quarter.
Alabama             5  2 0  .743  398  328 Louisiana           2  3 0  .400  218  221
Richmond            4  2 0  .667  285  287 Lehigh Valley       2  4 0  .333  329  297
Albany              3  2 0  .600  220  211 Knoxville           2  5 0  .286  241  330
Columbus            3  3 0  .500  298  301
Bye Week - Albany
SATURDAY MAY 4
RICHMOND 51, Albany 49 (3418) - Richmond K T.C. Stephens nailed a 25-yard FG with seven seconds left to send the Panthers to their third straight loss after they scored the go-ahead TD with 1:10 left. Albany led 43-20 with 1:10 left in the third, but Richmond scored four unanswered TDs to claim the lead with four minutes left.
Louisiana 45, KNOXVILLE 37 - A late defensive stand night lifted the Bucs to their third straight win and second in as many weeks on the road. The Bucs evened their record at 3-3 when the final pass of the night from Knoxville quarterback Ryan Porter fell harmlessly to the turn on the game’s last play.
SUNDAY MAY 5
LEHIGH VALLEY 60, Columbus 51 - The Lions held a 10-point lead with 10:30 to go, but Lehigh Valley scored 20 of the game's final 21 points. Steelhawks QB Adam Bednarik completed 37 passes for 351 yards and six touchdowns, and added the exclamation point with an 8-yard scoring sprint as time expired.
Alabama             5  2 0  .743  398  328 Columbus            3  4 0  .429  349  361
Richmond            5  2 0  .743  336  336 Lehigh Valley       3  4 0  .429  389  348
Albany              3  3 0  .500  271  271 Knoxville           2  6 0  .250  278  375
Louisiana           3  3 0  .500  263  258
Bye Week - Alabama
SATURDAY MAY 11
Lehigh Valley 63, KNOXVILLE 47 (1300) - Elliott White scored three TDs and the defense came up with some big plays as the Steelhawks beat Knoxville for a second time. Tyrone Collins and Tom Gilson each caught a TD pass from Steelhawk QB Hunter Wanket, who started for Adam Bednarik, who missed the game for personal reasons.
ALBANY 45, Louisiana 42 - The Bucs' Kenneth Perry ran for 37 tough yards and three TDs, while QB Cecil Lester went 20-for38 with 262 yards passing, four total TDs and two interceptions. Chris Mitchell added four TDs and two turnovers. Louisiana had jumped out to a 14-3 lead in the first half, before the Albany defense stepped up.
Alabama             5  2 0  .714  398  328 Columbus            3  4 0  .429  349  361
Richmond            5  2 0  .714  336  336 Louisiana           3  4 0  .429  305  303
Albany              4  3 0  .571  316  313 Knoxville           2  7 0  .222  325  438
Lehigh Valley       4  4 0  .500  452  395
Bye Week - Alabama, Richmond, Columbus
SATURDAY MARCH 16
ABILENE 62, Laredo 61 (2683) - Bombers K Felipe Martinez went from goat to hero with 17 seconds remaining, atoning for a 40-yard FG miss that had given the Rattlesnakes all the momentum by hitting the XP following a 15-yard TD pass from Andre Coles to Juan Reese. The kick completed a 26-point Bombers rally.
New Mexico 60, SAN ANGELO 42 (1800) - The Stars were led by WR Joshua Floyd, who hauled in six passes for 59 yards and three TDs, and added another 132 yards on kick returns. The play of the game came thanks to Seth Smith, who ran 43 yards for a TD in the second quarter. In comparison, the Bandits had just 46 yards rushing.
Abilene             1  0 0 1.000   62   61 Laredo              0  1 0  .000   61   62
New Mexico          1  0 0 1.000   60   42 San Angelo          0  1 0  .000   42   60
Amarillo            0  0 0  .000    0    0
Bye Week - Amarillo
FRIDAY MARCH 22
LAREDO 65, San Angelo 41 - Shane Hundall then kicked a FG to pull the Bandits to within 45-35. They weren’t able to get any closer as Laredo scored a touchdown to take a 52-35 lead into the fourth. The Bandits scored with 1:42 remaining to cut it to 59-41, but Laredo added one last score 42 seconds later for the final margin of 65-41.
SATURDAY MARCH 23
AMARILLO 62, New Mexico 34 - Raymond Johnson returned the opening kickoff 43 yards for a TD as the Venom rolled. The Venom trailed just once, as New Mexico QB K.J. Black threw a 5-yard TD pass to give the Stars a 9-8 lead. The Venom held the Stars scoreless the rest of the half, all while taking a 36-9 lead.
Abilene             1  0 0 1.000   62   61 Laredo              1  1 0  .500  126  103
Amarillo            1  0 0 1.000   62   34 San Angelo          0  2 0  .000   83  125
New Mexico          1  1 0  .500   94  104
Bye Week - Abilene
SATURDAY APRIL 6
Amarillo 58, ABILENE 54 - Amarillo trailed 28-6 midway through the second quarter when Bombers LB Larry Reed suffered what team officials called a dislocated right ankle. The Venom used the injury to turn momentum in their favor and slowly chipped away at the lead before scoring the winning touchdown in the final minute.
Laredo 75, NEW MEXICO 74 (2600) - Laredo drove quickly down the field for the game-winning TD, which came with 6.9 seconds left in regulation. The ensuing kickoff was caught in the end zone by Josh Floyd, who was tackled near midfield as time — and Stars’ hopes for a win — expired.
Amarillo            2  0 0 1.000  120   88 New Mexico          1  2 0  .333  168  179
Laredo              2  1 0  .667  201  177 San Angelo          0  2 0  .000   83  125
Abilene             1  1 0  .500  116  119
Bye Week - San Angelo
SATURDAY APRIL 13
ABILENE 55, New Mexico 45 - Abilene QB Byron Ingram was 19-of-36 passing for 201 yards and four TDs, two to brother Brian Ingram, and ran for a TD. He threw TD passes to three receivers in the fourth as Abilene took a 17-point lead. Alex Joyner had a pair of 1-yard TD runs in the second quarter to help Abilene take the lead for good.
SAN ANGELO 71, Amarillo 50 - Former Venom QB Nate Davis signed with the AFL's San Antonio Talons, and the Venom had to use two QBs in the loss. QB Craig McClelland torched the Venom for 236 yards and seven TDs. It was the first game for new Badits coach Dixie Wooten, who replaced Chris Sampson on April 1st.
Amarillo            2  1 0  .667  170  159 San Angelo          1  2 0  .333  154  175
Laredo              2  1 0  .667  201  177 New Mexico          1  3 0  .250  213  234
Abilene             2  1 0  .667  171  164
Bye Week - Laredo
SATURDAY APRIL 20
ABILENE 66, San Angelo 48 - Abilene held a 35-13 lead in the third before the San Angelo defense forced two straight turnovers and narrowed Abilene’s lead to eight with nine minutes to go. A costly offside penalty issued to the Bandits following a recovered onside kick was the nail in the coffin.
AMARILLO 62, Laredo 58 - Down 58-55 with 5.1 seconds left, Kevin Lauchland handed the ball off to Doug Williams, who rushed around the left side and into the end zone to give the Venom and a tie for first place. Lauchland finished the game 13-of-19 with 121 yards, four passing touchdowns and two rushing scores.
Abilene             3  1 0  .750  237  212 San Angelo          1  3 0  .250  202  241
Amarillo            3  1 0  .750  232  217 New Mexico          1  3 0  .250  213  234
Laredo              2  2 0  .500  259  239
Bye Week - New Mexico
SATURDAY APRIL 27
LAREDO 48, Abilene 39 - Bryan Randall completed 21-of-32 passes for 240 yards with six TDs and no interceptions. DePhilip Harris had a TD in the first half to lead the rushing attack. The receiving trio of Damion Clark, Jerome McGee and Darnell Williams led the way for the Rattlesnakes, as Clark caught two TD passes.
NEW MEXICO 57, San Angelo 28 (2200) - Operating with a new QB and five new players starting on the eight-man defensive unit, the Stars pulled away early and didn’t lose their stride. The Bandits also lost QB Craig McClelland, who was replaced by indoor football rookie Michael Nichols.
Amarillo            3  1 0  .750  232  217 New Mexico          2  3 0  .400  270  262
Abilene             3  2 0  .600  276  260 San Angelo          1  4 0  .200  230  298
Laredo              3  2 0  .600  307  278
Bye Week - Amarillo
SATURDAY MAY 4
AMARILLO 63, Abilene 41 - Nate Davis threw for 196 yards and six TDs as the Venom steamrolled their rivals. Davis said it felt good to be back on the field after he missed the last two games while he signed with the San Antonio Talons of the Arena Football League, came back to the Venom and then served a one-game suspension
Laredo 61, SAN ANGELO 54 -  QB Greg Dillon joined the Bandits just three days before the game, but was knocked out late in the second half with a knee injury. Dillon was 13-17 with his passes for 201 yards and three TDs. The Bandits’ defense and offense declined after halftime, allowing the Rattlesnakes three straight TDs.
Amarillo            4  1 0  .800  295  258 New Mexico          2  3 0  .400  270  262
Laredo              4  2 0  .667  368  332 San Angelo          1  5 0  .167  284  359
Abilene             3  3 0  .500  317  323
Bye Week - New Mexico
SATURDAY MAY 11
NEW MEXICO 63, Abilene 41 (2100) - Bombers QB Byron Ingram might have nightmares about Stars DB DeMarcus James after James hauled in 4 interceptions (one for a TD). He now has the league lead with 7 INTs on the season, as the Stars set a franchise record for wins in a season.
SUNDAY MAY 12
LAREDO 68, Amarillo 64 - Laredo scored a TD with six seconds left to move into first place in the Lone Star Football League. The Venom held a lead throughout the first half and were up by as many as 22 points, 28-6, midway through the second quarter.
Laredo              5  2 0  .714  436  396 Abilene             3  4 0  .429  358  386
Amarillo            4  2 0  .667  359  326 San Angelo          1  5 0  .167  284  359
New Mexico          3  3 0  .500  333  303
Bye Week - San Angelo
SEMI-FINALS
SATURDAY JULY 6
AMARILLO (10-3) 70, Abilene (6-7) 42 - The Venom scored five TDs in the first 15 minutes of play Saturday to take a 35-6 lead. The Venom never had a lead smaller than 15 points the rest of the game as wide receivers Raymond Johnson and Doug Williams took turns catching touchdown passes from quarterback Nate Davis.
LAREDO (9-4) 61, New Mexico (6-7) 56 (2500) - Rattlesnakes QB Bryan Randall led the way on offense completing 18-of-28 passes for 239 yards and eight TDs. He also ran twice for 17 yards. Damion Clark caught five passes for 78 yards and three touchdowns and Darnell Williams scored twice with five catches for 94 yards.
CHAMPIONSHIP
SATURDAY JULY 13
AMARILLO (11-3) 70, Laredo (9-5) 69 - For the Amarillo Venom, nearly five months of football were reduced to one yard. The Venom trailed the Laredo Rattlesnakes, 69-63, with 11 seconds left in the Lone Star Football League championship game when Venom wide receiver Alex Watson rushed around the left side to score the championship-clinching touchdown. Venom kicker Jason Cunningham made his 10th extra point of the game and defensive back DonTa Bright recovered a loose ball on the ensuing kickoff to seal a 70-69 win and the Venom’s second championship in as many seasons. "It's a great feeling," Venom head coach Julian Reese said. "I'm really excited. It's always good to win a championship. Winning one is hard enough. To win two, I feel very blessed." The Venom beat the Rio Grande Valley Magic, 62-40, for the 2012 championship, but it looked as if the 2013 title might go to Laredo based on how Saturday’s game began. The Venom found themselves down 14-0 before they got their first positive yards from scrimmage, as the Rattlesnakes (9-5) scored on their first two drives and Amarillo went four-and-out on its first drive.
FRIDAY MAY 10
SAN JOSE 64, Tampa Bay 34 (8001) - Ken Fontenette had two interceptions, returning one for a touchdown early in the fourth quarter, and Francis Maka had two of the team's six sacks as San Jose has righted itself after a rocky start, winning all three games since Russ Michna replaced Aaron Garcia at QB. Michna threw five TD passes.
SATURDAY APRIL 11
ARIZONA 65, Utah 48 (10216) - Rattlers QB Nick Davila went 19 for 31 for 208 yards with five TDs, while Blaze QB Tommy Grady went 25 of 50 for 302 yards with six TDs and two interceptions. Odie Armstrong ran for two TDs and added another through the air for Arizona. Mario Urrutia had 9 catches for 174 yards and 3 touchdowns for Utah.
CLEVELAND 53, Chicago 50 (7437) - Chris Dieker, who lost a competition to be the Gladiators' QB in training camp, relieved an ineffective Brian Zbydniewski and pulled of the win as Aaron Pettrey made a 19-yard field goal as time expired. Gladiators coach Steve Thonn inserted Dieker for Zbydniewski late in the second quarter.
IOWA 62, New Orleans 16 (7015) - J.J. Raterink had four TD passes, and Brian Reader added a pair for Iowa, which led 35-7 at halftime. Jesse Schmidt had three touchdown grabs, and Marcus Harris had two. Marco Thomas and Matangi Tonga had scores on the ground.
SAN ANTONIO 34, Jacksonville 30 (7869) - In the final seconds, Sharks QB Bernard Morris pass to Jeron Harvey in the end zone deflected off the rebound net. Initially, it was ruled that time had expired, but after a video review, two seconds were put back on the clock. Morris again looked for Harvey and his pass sailed out of bounds.
Orlando 83, SPOKANE 82 (8730) - Aaron Garcia’s 5-yard TD pass to T.T. Toliver with five seconds left gave the Predators the win. The combined points tied for third all time in the AFL history. The Preds trailed 62-41 at the half. In his second game with Orlando, Garcia broke team records with 11 TD passes and 442 passing yards.
Pittsburgh 53, PHILADELPHIA 48 (8098) - The Soul received possession of the ball with 31 seconds left in the game after the defense forced a turnover on downs. On the ensuing possession, Soul QB Dan Raudabaugh looked to WR Tiger Jones in the back of the end zone, but Pittsburgh DB Sergio Gilliam intercepted the pass.
AMERICAN - South Division                  NATIONAL - West Division
Jacksonville        6  2 0  .750  440  348 Arizona             7  1 0  .875  553  392
Tampa Bay           5  3 0  .625  457  421 San Jose            5  2 0  .714  383  354
Orlando             2  5 0  .286  352  432 Spokane             5  3 0  .625  536  446
New Orleans         1  6 0  .143  244  397 Utah                3  4 0  .429  391  399
AMERICAN - East Division                   NATIONAL - Central Division
Philadelphia        3  4 0  .429  397  355 Chicago             4  4 0  .500  409  439
Pittsburgh          2  5 0  .286  256  355 Iowa                4  4 0  .500  405  351
Cleveland           2  5 0  .286  330  422 San Antonio         3  4 0  .429  287  329
FRIDAY MAY 10
GREEN BAY 53, Nebraska 47 - Nebraska K Joe Houston had a 53-yard field goal blocked by Elijah Fields and Derek Earls returned it for a TD on the last play. It was Green Bay’s third straight win since promoting Chad Baldwin to coach. The Blizzard tied the game on Lucian Walker’s 1-yard TD run with 6 seconds remaining.
SATURDAY MAY 11
CHICAGO 42, Texas 30 - The Revolution offense was quiet in the first quarter, but found the end zone twice in the 2nd quarter. Both times Keith Smith (6 receptions, 87 yards, 3 TDs) caught Marcus Jackson (15-28, 123 yards, 3 TDs) throws. Texas failed on a 2-point conversion and trailed 29-27, and never got any closer.
CEDAR RAPID 52, Sioux Falls 18 - Charles McCallum was 11-for-17 for 145 yards and four TDs for Cedar Rapids, and he rushed for 97 yards and two more TDs. The Titans ran for 165 yards, while Sioux Falls had 15. For Sioux Falls, Terrance Bryant was 9-for-22 for 65 yards and Martevious Young was 3-for-7 for 33 yards and a TD.
Tri-Cities 33, WYOMING 16 - The Fever shut out the host Cavalry in the second half, and the Tri-Cities offense finally got untracked to score three unanswered TDs. It was the Fever’s first road victory this season, and the team has won three straight games to improve to 4-6.
UNITED CONFERENCE                          INTENSE CONFERENCE
Chicago             7  4 0  .636  448  441 Colorado            6  3 0  .667  399  367
Sioux Falls         6  4 0  .600  451  384 Nebraska            6  4 0  .600  480  441
Cedar Rapids        6  4 0  .600  451  384 Tri-Cities          4  6 0  .400  453  440
Green Bay           4  5 0  .444  379  377 Wyoming             1  8 0  .111  234  445
Texas               4  6 0  .400  423  517
Bye Week  - Colorado
FRIDAY MAY 10
Sarasota at Florida (Cancelled) - The Thunder, a new travel-only team for the 2013 season, could not meet league requirements for the game, which was cancelled. The Tarpons announced the cancellation of a game later this month against a non-league opponent. Despite the troubles, the Tarpons plan to play next season. 
SATURDAY MAY 11
CORPUS CHRISTI 75, Missouri 56 - The Fury remained undefeated as QB Robert Kent threw for 247 yards and eight touchdowns, while receiver Timon Marshall caught eight passes for 127 yards and three touchdowns. Fellow wideout Kenyada Tatum hauled in six receptions for 101 yards and four touchdowns.
Corpus Christi      6  0 0 1.000  365  271 Georgia             2  5 0  .286  264  321
Florida             4  1 0  .800  229  122 Missouri            1  4 0  .200  197  276
Lakeland            4  3 0  .571  424  217 Sarasota            0  3 0  .000    0  230
​Bye Week - Lakeland, Georgia
SATURDAY MARCH 23
Owensboro 39, MARION 38 - The Rage were lead by their new QB Jared Lorenzen who went 17 for 25 passing for 202 yards with 5 touchdown passes and 2 interceptions. Lorenzen also added a rushing touchdown as well. Wide Receiver Benard Luster caught 8 passes for 116 yards and 3 touchdowns.
PORT HURON 2, Kane County 0 (Forfeit) - Port Huron lost to Flint, 19-15, in a fill-in game. Flint led with under four minutes to go. A late pass interference call moved the Patriots within scoring distance at the red zone, but the Fury showed that their defense is nothing to back down from by stopping the Patriots on four straight downs. 
FRIDAY MAY 10
Kansas City 47, BLOOMINGTON 44 (2269) - Making his first professional start, Bloomington High graduate Andre Brown had an opportunity late to live out a playground dream of many by engineering a final minute, game-winning scoring drive. Instead, an interception in the end zone with 55 seconds left dashed his hopes.
SATURDAY MAY 11
WICHITA 45, Salina 40 (3624) - Wichita QB Rocky Hinds led the Wild with five TDs, four through the air and one on the ground and RB Tywon Hubbard pitched in 261 all-purpose yards and one TD. DB Kendrick Harper led the Wild with three interceptions. For the majority of the night, both teams battled in a close game.
SIOUX CITY 56, Mid-Missouri 6 - Scott Jensen threw for 132 yards and two TDs, becoming the franchise's all-time passing TD leader with 149. He entered tied with Jarrod DeGeorgia, the team's offensive coordinator. Sioux City out gained Mid-Missouri 335-107, racking up 21 first downs compared to just six for the Outlaws.
OMAHA 27, Lincoln 23 - Lincoln DB Courtney Grixby intercepted a James McNear pass in the end zone and returned it 50 yards for a TD. That score put the Haymakers up 20-7 midway through the third quarter. Instead of surrendering, the Beef dug in, outscoring Lincoln 20-3 the rest of the way.
OKLAHOMA 48, Kansas 20 - Carlos Cavanaugh went 5-of-12 passing for 125 yard and three TDs for Oklahoma. Cavanaugh would find Jason Stephenson, Cameron Clemons and Packy Jones in the end zone for three TDs through the air. Stephenson also contributed a rushing TD and Kingjack Washington scored two on the ground.
X-Wichita           9  1 0  .900  545  249 Bloomington         4  5 0  .444  404  340
Omaha               7  1 0  .875  331  218 Lincoln             3  5 0  .375  283  327
Sioux City          6  2 0  .750  345  263 Oklahoma            3  6 0  .333  335  431
Salina              5  3 0  .625  343  284 Kansas              1  7 0  .125  206  398
Kansas City         5  4 0  .545  361  353 Mid-Missouri        0  9 0  .000  159  466
X-Clinched playoff berth
SATURDAY MAY 11
Cape Fear 38, HARRISBURG 36 - The Stampede took a 36-32 lead early in the fourth on E.J. Nemeth's 19-yard TD pass to Colis Martin. But the Heroes capped a four-play, 20-yard drive on Garrett Sutphen's 2-yard run with 6:22 to go. Nemeth scored two TDs rushing and added two more through the air, but was picked off twice.
YORK 60, Washington 20 - Playing in his first home game, new quarterback Kevin Clancy delivered four touchdown passes. Back-up Andrew Dailey tossed two more and recently added receiving weapon Chris Shueburt caught three scoring strikes. Plus, the York defense contributed a pair of scores.
Harrisburg          5  1 0  .833  350  113 West Virginia       0  3 0  .000   27  232
Cape Fear           5  1 0  .833  315  131 Washington          0  7 0  .000  152  374
York                4  2 0  .667  213  209
Bye Week - West Virginia
FRIDAY MAY 17
SPOKANE 65, New Orleans 54 (9317) - Donovan Morgan caught 13 passes for a season-high 255 yards and five TDs, but the VooDoo lost their seventh straight. VooDoo QB Kurt Rocco threw for 318 yards and seven TDs, but also threw three interceptions. Spokane QB Erik Meyer led the Shock with 353 passing yards and six TDs.
SATURDAY MAY 18
San Antonio 57, CLEVELAND 33 (6919) - Jamar Ransom intercepted three passes, returning two for TDs, for the Talons. His interception returns of 5 and 40 yards for scores late in the fourth put the finishing touches on the game. The Talons' defense intercepted Cleveland QB Brian Zbydniewski six times and recorded four sacks.
UTAH 43, Iowa 34 (8139) - Utah’s defense forced four turnovers and notched three sacks. The defensive unit held the Iowa offense — led by quarterback J.J. Raterink — to just 150 yards in total offense while DB Maurice Leggett posted a pair of interceptions. Utah WR Mario Urrutia led the Blaze offense with eight catches and a trio of TDs.
SAN JOSE 57, Jacksonville 36 (8641) - SaberCats defensive coordinator Cedric Walker was released from jail less than 24 hours after he was arrested on charges of battery of a person 65 years or older and simple battery during a postgame altercation. Sharks assistant GM Tim Johnson, 68, allegedly was the target of the assault.
PHILADELPHIA 61, Orlando 51 (9094) - The Predators got six TD passes from Aaron Garcia, and two teammates had at least 100 receiving yards, but the Soul beat Orlando for the second time. Two TDs by Derrick Ross highlighted a 14-0 second quarter for the Soul, who led 28-19 at half. The Preds never led in the second half.
Tampa Bay 62, PITTSBURGH 34 (4625) - The Storm offense was led by QB Adrian McPherson who rushed four times for 29 yards and a TD. The rushing touchdown gave him 24 on the season, breaking the Storm single-season record for most rushing TDs. He would complete 20-of-22 passes for 240 yards and six touchdowns. 
SUNDAY MAY 19
​Arizona 56, CHICAGO 49 (4859) - Amid rumors the franchise was in financial trouble, Chicago Rush nearly wiped out a 21-point, second-half deficit. The Rush pulled within seven when Luke Drone threw a 32-yard TD pass to Reggie Gray with 2:29 to go. The Rush recovered the ensuing kickoff, but the Rattlers' defense held on downs.
AMERICAN - South Division                  NATIONAL - West Division
Jacksonville        6  3 0  .667  476  405 Arizona             8  1 0  .889  609  441
Tampa Bay           6  3 0  .667  519  455 San Jose            6  2 0  .750  440  390
Orlando             2  6 0  .250  403  493 Spokane             6  3 0  .667  601  500
New Orleans         1  7 0  .125  298  462 Utah                4  4 0  .500  434  433
AMERICAN - East Division                   NATIONAL - Central Division
Philadelphia        4  4 0  .500  458  406 San Antonio         4  4 0  .500  344  362
Pittsburgh          2  6 0  .250  290  417 Iowa                4  5 0  .444  439  394
Cleveland           2  6 0  .250  363  479 Chicago             4  5 0  .444  458  495
FRIDAY MAY 17
Nebraska 82, WYOMING 53 - The Danger scored 24 straight points from late in the first half into the fourth quarter, as Kayne Farquharson led the offense with eight catches for 186 yards and three TDs. QB Jameel Sewell led the Danger, playing without starting RB back Randy Bell who is out with an injury, with 34 yards and two TDs rushing.
SATURDAY MAY 18
COLORADO 39, Tri-Cities 35 - Matthew Roark caught two of Willie Copeland's three fourth-quarter TD passes to help rally the Ice. After Roark's 23-yard TD catch from Copeland with 18 seconds left completed an 18-point comeback, Colorado DB Eric Brown broke up Dante Warren's pass to seal the Colorado victory.
Cedar Rapid 54, GREEN BAY 37 (2988) - The Blizzard totaled 114 yards and scored just three offensive TDs. Green Bay had a field goal blocked and returned for a score on its first possession and it went downhill from there, as the Titans scored TDs on seven of their 10 offensive possessions.
SIOUX FALLS 53, Chicago 38 - Sioux Falls used a second-half surge to take a big lead, then held off a fourth-quarter rally for its 30th straight win at home. Terrance Bryant bounced back from a rough game to complete 23 of 32 passes for 234 yards and backup QB Martevious Young ran for three touchdowns and threw for another.
UNITED CONFERENCE                          INTENSE CONFERENCE
Cedar Rapids        7  4 0  .636  505  421 Colorado            7  3 0  .700  438  402
Sioux Falls         7  4 0  .636  504  422 Nebraska            7  4 0  .636  562  494
Chicago             7  5 0  .583  486  494 Tri-Cities          4  7 0  .364  488  479
Green Bay           4  6 0  .400  416  431 Wyoming             1  9 0  .100  287  527
Texas               4  6 0  .400  423  517
Bye Week  - Texas
MONDAY MAY 13
GEORGIA 54, Chattahoochee Valley 22 - Georgia QB Joel Statham tossed seven TD passes as the Rampage closed out their second season in history, and their first in Dalton, with a win. Statham threw four TD passes to Jeff Phillips as the Rampage were never threatened. The victory over the Vipers counted in the standings.
SATURDAY MAY 18
LAKELAND 59, Missouri 6 - The Raiders scored on their opening drive on a 7-yard TD pass from B.J. Hall to Jason Harmon and never looked back. Not a whole lot went wrong for the Raiders. Lakeland scored on all but one possession. Hall passed for 135 yards and three TDs with the longest being a 38-yarder to DeAndrew Rubin.
SUNDAY MAY 19
Florida 75, CORPUS CHRISTI 66 - The Florida Tarpons will play in the Ultimate Bowl for the second straight year in Germain Arena. The Tarpons trailed 7-6, but scored 17 straight points to take a 23-7 lead in the second quarter, before the Fury closed within 37-31 at the half. The teams traded scores in the second half.
Corpus Christi      6  1 0  .857  431  346 Georgia             3  5 0  .375  318  343
Florida             5  1 0  .833  304  188 Missouri            1  5 0  .167  203  335
Lakeland            5  3 0  .625  483  223 Sarasota            0  3 0  .000    0  230
​Bye Week - Georgia, Sarasota
SEMI-FINAL
SUNDAY JUNE 2
CORPUS CHRISTI (6-1) 68, Lakeland (5-3) 58 - The Raiders were eliminated from the UIFL playoffs and came away feeling slighted by the officiating. “There were a lot of questionable calls tonight,” Raiders head coach Michael Mink said. “The Fury head coach came in and apologized to our guys about the calls after the game. It was pretty one-sided. But what are you going to do, you’re on the road in Texas?” The Raiders were clinging to a 32-27 lead on the final play of the second quarter when the Fury scored the go-ahead TD on a controversial no-holding call at the halftime buzzer to take a 34-32 halftime lead. 
ULTIMATE BOWL
SATURDAY JUNE 8
FLORIDA (6-1) 40, Corpus Christi (7-2) 32 - 
FRIDAY MAY 17
Omaha 51, BLOOMINGTON 33 (2412) - The Beef returned two second-half fumbles for TDs en route to the win. 
Tim Dandridge stripped Edge RB Andre Raymond and returned it 35 yards to give Omaha a 25-13 lead early in the third quarter. On the next series, Bryon Wilson returned another Bloomington fumble 29 yards for the score.
SATURDAY MAY 18
SALINA 37, Kansas 20 - 
Kansas City 65, OKLAHOMA 28 
SIOUX CITY 24, Lincoln 17 - Tied at 14 heading into the fourth, the Bandits outscored Lincoln 10-3 in the final stanza. Scott Jensen threw for 53 yards and two TDs. Lincoln played without coach Dave Brumagen, who received a season-long suspension and a $500 fine after an on-field incident last weekend at Omaha.
X-Wichita           9  1 0  .900  545  249 Bloomington         4  6 0  .400  437  391
Omaha               8  1 0  .889  382  251 Lincoln             3  6 0  .333  300  351
Sioux City          7  2 0  .778  369  280 Oklahoma            3  7 0  .300  363  496
Salina              6  3 0  .667  380  304 Kansas              1  8 0  .111  226  435
Kansas City         6  4 0  .600  426  381 Mid-Missouri        0  9 0  .000  159  466
X-Clinched playoff berth Bye - Wichita, Mid-Missouri
SATURDAY MAY 18
Harrisburg 70, WASHINGTON 24 - The officials didn’t make it to the start on time, but once it kicked off, Harrisburg made sure the contest wasn’t much of a game. The Stampede remained unbeaten on the road with the rout. Harrisburg started the scoring on sack by Daniel Orlebar and never looked back.
CAPE FEAR 48, York 24 - Garrett Sutphen had five TDs, including four through the air, setting the stage for a showdown between the Heroes and Harrisburg next week. The Heroes fell behind 6-0, but took the lead on a Sutphen 3-yard run and a Steve Mosko extra point with 3:53 remaining in the first quarter.
Harrisburg          6  1 0  .857  420  137 West Virginia       0  3 0  .000   27  232
Cape Fear           6  1 0  .857  363  155 Washington          0  8 0  .000  176  444
York                4  3 0  .571  237  257
Bye Week - West Virginia
SATURDAY MAY 18
Alabama 70, COLUMBUS 44 (1987) - Columbus turned the ball over four times and allowed the Hammers to score eight offensive touchdowns. Alabama added scores on a kickoff return and fumble return as well. They scored 21 straight points to go from being down 15-7 to up 28-15 with 1:47 remaining before halftime.
LEHIGH VALLEY 49, Albany 47 - Steelhawks QB Adam Bednarik threw for 238 yards and four TDs, but was sacked four times and hit the deck at least four more times. The Panthers were hit with 11 penalties for 79 yards. Bednarik led his team down the field in the final seconds to set up Evan Selman's game-winning 31-yard FG.
LOUISIANA 68, Richmond 66 (2OT) - The Raiders led by 13 points in the second half, but Louisiana rallied to take the lead with 2 minutes to play. Richmond QB Warren Smith's 1-yard TD run with 25 seconds left, and 2-point conversion tied the game. Louisiana QB Chris Mitchell converted a two-point attempt to give the Bucs the win.
Alabama             6  2 0  .750  468  372 Louisiana           4  4 0  .500  373  369
Richmond            5  3 0  .625  402  404 Columbus            3  5 0  .375  393  431
Lehigh Valley       5  4 0  .556  501  442 Knoxville           2  7 0  .222  325  438
Albany              4  4 0  .500  363  362
Bye Week - Knoxville
SATURDAY MAY 18
LAREDO 34, New Mexico 29 - It was a defensive battle that went down to the wire, with the Stars getting both a fumble and an interception that was called back by penalties late in the 4th quarter. 
AMARILLO 49, San Angelo 38 - San Angelo had a chance to win the game on their final possession with the score 42-38. The Bandits had the ball on their own 13 yard line with 15 seconds to go, but Venom DBs disrupted two passes to create a turnover on downs and allow QB Nate Davis to run for a 6-yard score as time expired.
Laredo              6  2 0  .750  470  425 Abilene             3  4 0  .429  358  386
Amarillo            5  2 0  .714  408  364 San Angelo          1  6 0  .143  322  408
New Mexico          3  4 0  .429  362  337
Bye Week - Abilene
FRIDAY MAY 24
Spokane 61, SAN ANTONIO 48 (7961) - Erik Meyer tossed seven TD passes, four to Adron Tennell, and rushed for two more scores to guide Spokane to the win. Tennell finished with 12 catches for 177 yards.  San Antonio lost starting QB Nick Hill to a leg injury in the first quarter.
SATURDAY MAY 25
ARIZONA 70, Iowa 26 (8177) - The Rattlers rolled to a 42-6 lead, before the Barnstormers scored on a 49-yard pass play with two seconds left before halftime. Arizona QB Nick Davila completed 16 of 19 passes for 217 yards and six TDs in the first half. Iowa QB J.J. Raterink left the game for good early in the second quarter with an injury.
Chicago 84, NEW ORLEANS 48 (2500) - The VooDoo scored on the very first play the game for the second straight week and led once more in the first half, but the Rush (5-5) proceeded to pour on their highest scoring output of the season. New Orleans committed six turnovers and lost QB Kurt Rocco to a right knee injury.
PITTSBURGH 55, Cleveland 44 (5340) - When Steven Sheffield zipped a pass just over the fingertips of Gladiators DB Marrio Norman for a 16-yard TD, the Cleveland lead vanished. The pass led to the 20th of 27 unanswered fourth-quarter points for the Power. Gladiators WR Thyron Lewis had a game-high 107 receiving yards.
Jacksonville 44, ORLANDO 41 (11557) - The Preds got within two points twice in the fourth but could not overcome four turnovers, including three in the first half. Sharks QB Bernard Morris celebrated his birthday by helping Jacksonville snap a three-game skid by finishing 23-of-39 passing for 226 yards and three TDs.
Philadelphia 73, TAMPA BAY 55 (11804) - The Soul won behind three TDs from Derrick Ross. The veteran running back is now just 54 yards shy of the AFL career rushing record. QB Dan Raudabaugh completed an impressive 87 percent of his passes (20-for-23) for seven touchdowns and 297 yards passing.
SAN JOSE 35, Utah 34 (8438) - Trailing 35-34 midway through the fourth, the Blaze defense came up with two stops on consecutive series. Maurice Leggett broke up a fourth-down pass a possession later to give the ball back to Utah with 32 seconds left. However, the Blaze offense was unable to find the end zone on four plays.
AMERICAN - South Division                  NATIONAL - West Division
Jacksonville        7  3 0  .700  520  446 Arizona             9  1 0  .900  679  467
Tampa Bay           6  4 0  .600  574  528 San Jose            7  2 0  .778  475  424
Orlando             2  7 0  .222  444  537 Spokane             7  3 0  .700  662  548
New Orleans         1  8 0  .111  346  546 Utah                4  5 0  .444  468  468
AMERICAN - East Division                   NATIONAL - Central Division
Philadelphia        5  4 0  .556  531  461 Chicago             5  5 0  .500  542  543
Pittsburgh          3  6 0  .333  345  461 San Antonio         4  5 0  .444  392  423
Cleveland           2  7 0  .222  407  534 Iowa                4  6 0  .400  465  464
FRIDAY MAY 24
NEBRASKA 69, Wyoming 42 - The Danger, in its third year of existence, clinched its first playoff berth ever. QB Jameel Sewell led the way for the Danger. He was 11-for-23 passing for 197 yards and five TDs. He also ran for 55 yards on five carries with three touchdowns.
SATURDAY MAY 25
TRI-CITIES 41, Colorado 37 (1850) - Keithon Flemming’s 18-yard TD run with 13 seconds left gave the Fever the go-ahead score. And then Fever DB Lionell Singleton intercepted Colorado QB Willie Copeland’s desperation pass in the end zone as time expired. It was Singleton’s league-leading ninth interception this season.
TEXAS 60, Green Bay 56 - The Blizzard fell behind 14-0, and despite several rallies in the game, Texas answered each one.  The Blizzard took a short-lived lead early in the second half, but Texas answered with a 25-yard TD catch by Jordan Jolly. Jolly caught 10 passes for 165 yards and three TDs from quarterback Marcus Jackson.
SIOUX FALLS 30, Cedar Rapids 24 - The win knocked the Titans out of the top spot in the United Conference, which now belongs to the Storm. The Storm earned the victory but not in their usual dominant, efficient fashion. The Storm offense was held to just 109 total yards. They were outgained by the Titans with 125 yards.
UNITED CONFERENCE                          INTENSE CONFERENCE
Sioux Falls         8  4 0  .667  534  446 X-Nebraska          8  4 0  .667  631  536
Cedar Rapids        7  5 0  .583  529  451 Colorado            7  4 0  .636  475  443
Chicago             7  5 0  .583  486  494 Tri-Cities          5  7 0  .417  529  516
Texas               5  6 0  .455  483  573 Wyoming             1 10 0  .091  329  596
Green Bay           4  7 0  .364  472  501
X- Clinched playoff berth Bye Week  - Chicago
FRIDAY MAY 24
OMAHA 59, Oklahoma 21 (2872) - The Beef removed any mystery about the outcome of their matchup in the first few plays. Omaha scored on the first play from scrimmage, a 15-yard run through the middle of the Defenders' defense by RJ Rollins after Patrick Jones had returned the opening kickoff 35 yards.
SATURDAY MAY 25
SIOUX CITY 46, Wichita 21 - It all changed for Sioux City in 43 seconds. Capitalizing on a pair of Wild turnovers, the Bandits handed Wichita just its second loss of the season and in the process put itself in good position to host a playoff game. Bandits QB Scott Jensen threw for 106 yards and the running game churned out 90 yards.
KANSAS CITY 82, Kansas 28 - 
SALINA 46, Lincoln 14 - 
Bloomington 46, MID-MISSOURI 6 - Edge RB Andre Raymond scored four rushing TDs to match his single-season franchise record of 18. He also caught an 8-yard TD pass. DL Marvin Campbell also returned a fumble 40 yards for a TD. The Outlaws scored their lone TD on a late deflected pass from Kyle Christians to James Cody.
X-Omaha             9  1 0  .900  441  272 Bloomington         5  6 0  .455  483  397
X-Wichita           9  2 0  .818  566  295 Lincoln             3  7 0  .300  314  397
Sioux City          8  2 0  .800  415  301 Oklahoma            3  8 0  .273  384  555
Salina              7  3 0  .700  426  318 Kansas              1  9 0  .100  254  517
Kansas City         7  4 0  .636  508  409 Mid-Missouri        0 10 0  .000  165  512
X-Clinched playoff berth
MONDAY MAY 27
New Mexico 89, SAN ANGELO 82 (743) - The game came down to the wire, but the Stars’ defense pushed the Bandits’ offense back to its own red zone and stopped them on a fourth-down conversion attempt to secure the win. Stars QB Kasey Peters threw for 292 yards (19 for 27 passing), nine touchdowns and no interceptions.
Amarillo 63, ABILENE 48 - The Venom didn’t run their first offensive play from scrimmage until eight minutes into the game, but it scored four TDs before halftime after Raymond Johnson returned Abilene’s first kickoff to tie the game 7-7. Johnson scored his third TD on a KO return as the Venom outscored Abilene 21-9 to end the game.
Laredo              6  2 0  .750  470  425 Abilene             3  5 0  .375  406  449
Amarillo            6  2 0  .750  471  412 San Angelo          1  7 0  .125  404  497
New Mexico          4  4 0  .500  451  419
Bye Week - Laredo
SATURDAY JUNE 1
Abilene 58, SAN ANGELO 42 (868) 
AMARILLO 76, Laredo 49 - The Venom pulled ahead by multiple scores in the second half, but both offenses struck early and often in the first quarter. Venom QB Nate Davis found Alex Watson for a 49-yard score on the Venom’s second play, Laredo answered two minutes later when WR Damion Clark caught a 22-yard TD pass.
Amarillo            7  2 0  .778  547  461 Abilene             4  5 0  .444  464  491
Laredo              6  3 0  .667  519  501 San Angelo          1  8 0  .111  446  555
New Mexico          4  4 0  .500  451  419
Bye Week - New Mexico
SATURDAY MAY 25
LEHIGH VALLEY 67, Knoxville 42 - The Steelhawks had 12 possessions in the game, and 10 of them resulted in TDs. Even though three PAT kicks were missed, the 67 points were the team's second highest total of the season. Adam Bednarik threw for 333 yards. His eight TDs were spread around to four different receivers.
RICHMOND 48, Columbus 42 (OT) (3679) - The Lions had a chance to win the game in regulation, but Joshua
Smith's 16-yard FG was off. In the overtime, RoShawn Marshall picked off a Marcus Jones pass and three plays later, Warren Smith hit Moore with a 20-yard touchdown pass to give Richmond the win.
Alabama at Louisiana (Postponed)
Alabama             6  2 0  .750  468  372 Louisiana           4  4 0  .500  373  369
Richmond            6  3 0  .667  450  446 Columbus            3  6 0  .333  435  479
Lehigh Valley       6  4 0  .600  568  484 Knoxville           2  8 0  .200  367  505
Albany              4  4 0  .500  363  362
Bye Week - Albany
NOTE: The Lake Charles-based Louisiana Swashbucklers announced May 22nd they were folding with a 4-4 record and one home game and three road games remaining on its 2013 season.The team started as the Southwest Louisiana Swashbucklers in the 2005 season of the defunct National Indoor Football League. The team became the Louisiana Swashbucklers when moving to the Intense Football League for three seasons (2006-08). The team then played three seasons (2009-11) as part of the former Southern Indoor Football League before joining the PIFL for its inaugural season in 2012.
SATURDAY JUNE 1
ALBANY 69, Richmond 63 (3OT) (5000) - The Panthers survived a fumble on the second play from scrimmage, a pick-six and several blocked and missed field goals to knock off the visiting Raiders. It was the first triple OT game in franchise history. Albany QB Cecil Lester went 30-for-51, with nine TD and an interception.
ALABAMA 63, Louisiana 22 - The Hammers forced five turnovers, including Jeremy Grier's fumble recovery return for TD. QB Russel Hill, 22-for-33 for 191 yards before being relieved in the fourth quarter, connected with Charles McClain on three TD passes. Mico McSwain had three TD receptions on 10 catches for 104 yards.
SUNDAY JUNE 2
COLUMBUS 59, Lehigh Valley 48 - The Lions had no turnovers in a game for the first time all season and forced the Steelhawks to turn the ball over three times. Also, the Lions' kicking game shined as newcomer Craig Camay, the Lions' fourth kicker this season, who made all eight of his XP attempts and added a 33-yard field goal as well.
Alabama             7  2 0  .778  531  394 Louisiana           4  5 0  .444  395  432
Richmond            6  4 0  .600  513  515 Columbus            4  6 0  .400  494  527
Albany              5  4 0  .556  432  425 Knoxville           2  8 0  .200  367  505
Lehigh Valley       6  5 0  .545  616  543
Bye Week - Knoxville
NOTE: The Louisiana Swashbucklers announced they would play the remainder of the season on the road.
FRIDAY MAY 24
YORK 62, West Virginia 0 - York's offense was not the only unit scoring, as the defense scored twice. On the Badgers' second drive, Marcus Sargent took an interception to the house for the Capitals' second score for a 14-0 lead. In Reggie Williams' first game as a Cap, he beat his blocker for four sacks and a tackle for a loss.
SATURDAY MAY 25
CAPE FEAR 52, Harrisburg 37 - Garrett Sutphen threw four TD passes to lead Cape Fear to the regular-season title. The Heroes also defeated the only team to have beaten them in franchise history en route to their second consecutive regular-season title in front of Harrisburg owner and New Orleans Saints WR Marques Colston.
Cape Fear           7  1 0  .875  415  192 West Virginia       0  4 0  .000   27  294
Harrisburg          6  2 0  .750  457  189 Washington          0  8 0  .000  176  444
York                5  3 0  .625  299  257
Bye Week - Washington
SATURDAY JUNE 1
Sioux City 55, KANSAS 8 - Bandits QB Scott Jensen played just a little more than a quarter, replaced by Lehi Tonga in the second quarter. By that time, the Bandits had already mounted a 28-8 lead and were well on their way to handing Kansas its seventh straight loss. Drew Prohaska rushed for two first-half touchdowns.
Omaha 34, LINCOLN 24 - Omaha trailed 24-13 with less than three minutes to go when QB James McNear scrambled for an 11-yard TD run. The go-ahead TD came with 34 seconds left on a 22-yard pass from McNear to Judd Harrold that put Omaha up 27-24. Torri Stewart returned an interception 33 yards for a TD to seal the win.
Salina 48, MID-MISSOURI 23 - Down 20 points late in the first half, Salina scored twice in the final minute to pull within four at intermission, then poured it on winless Mid-Missouri in the second half to clinch a playoff berth. Salina outgained Mid-Missouri 211 yards to 165, holding the Outlaws to 20 yards in the second half.
X-Omaha            10  1 0  .909  475  296 Bloomington         5  6 0  .455  483  397
X-Wichita           9  2 0  .818  566  295 Lincoln             3  8 0  .273  338  431
X-Sioux City        9  2 0  .818  470  309 Oklahoma            3  8 0  .273  384  555
Salina              8  3 0  .727  474  341 Kansas              1 10 0  .091  262  572
Kansas City         7  4 0  .636  508  409 Mid-Missouri        0 11 0  .000  188  560
X-Clinched playoff berth Bye - Bloomington, Kansas City, Wichita, Oklahoma
FRIDAY MAY 31
Cedar Rapids 67, WYOMING 55 - The Titans played without RB LaRon Coucil, who was placed on injured reserve earlier in the week, but Anthony Silvers picked up the slack by rushing for five TDs. Wyoming QB Brendan Crawford threw an IFL season-high 45 passes, completing 21 for 271 yards, four TDs and an interception. 
CHICAGO 52, Green Bay 51 - The Blizzard's last second attempt fell short, ending their playoff hopes, ending the team's eight-year streak of playoff appearances. Green Bay fought back and scored 20 points in the fourth quarter, but QB Donovan Porterie's two-point conversion pass to WR David Lewis came up short.
SATURDAY JUNE 1
Colorado 63, TEXAS 26 - Ice RB Dennis Kennedy scored four TDs to lead the way. One of the scores came from 45 yards out, as Kennedy finished with 117 yards on 21 carries. He had a busy day overall, also returning five kicks for 120 yards. The Ice never trailed.
UNITED CONFERENCE                          INTENSE CONFERENCE
Sioux Falls         8  4 0  .667  534  446 X-Nebraska          8  4 0  .667  631  536
Cedar Rapids        8  5 0  .615  596  506 X-Colorado          8  4 0  .667  538  469
Chicago             8  5 0  .615  538  545 Tri-Cities          5  7 0  .417  529  516
Texas               5  7 0  .417  509  636 Wyoming             1 11 0  .083  384  663
Green Bay           4  8 0  .333  523  553
X- Clinched playoff berth Bye Week  - Sioux Falls, Nebraska, Tri-Cities
SATURDAY JUNE 8
Amarillo 57, NEW MEXICO 54 (2400) - A near Venom blowout turned into a game that hinged on the foot of New Mexico K Zeke Arevalo, who lined up for a 32-yard FG attempt with less than 30 seconds to go and appeared to tie the game at 57, except the Venom had called a timeout. Venom DB Donta Bright blocked the second attempt.
MONDAY JUNE 10
Abilene 44, LAREDO 42 - Laredo entered the night a perfect 4-0 at home but would see that streak come to an end. A failed two point conversion from Bryan Randall to Darnell Williams would be the difference. The Rattlesnakes led for the entire first half, getting multiple quick strikes.
Amarillo            8  2 0  .800  604  515 New Mexico          4  5 0  .444  505  476
Laredo              6  4 0  .600  561  545 San Angelo          1  8 0  .111  446  555
Abilene             5  5 0  .500  508  533
Bye Week - San Angelo
FRIDAY JUNE 7
Louisiana 58, KNOXVILLE 20 (1520) - The Nighthawks had a 10-3 lead, but the lead quickly disappeared. Louisiana QB Chris Mitchell threw for seven touchdowns and 265 yards. Buc’s wide receiver Jordan Rideaux caught six passes for 111 yards and two touchdowns. Defensively Buc Bryan Harvey had two interceptions.
SATURDAY JUNE 8
ALABAMA 45, Richmond 29 (3159) - Russel Hill's 1-yard strike to Larry Shipp on a fourth-and-goal play with just over a minute to go sealed the win for Alabama. Hill completed 15 of 33 passes for 179 yards and three TDs, with two of those going to Mico McSwain. Charles McClain led the Hammers with seven catches for 78 yards. 
Albany 35, COLUMBUS 15 (1356) - John Harris, Johnny Lester, Clenton Rafe and Derrick Wimbush all scored touchdowns for Albany, eliminating the Lions from playoff contention. The story of the game, however, was the defense. The Panthers’ secondary helped hold the Lions scoreless in the second half.
X-Alabama           8  2 0  .800  576  423 Louisiana           5  5 0  .500  453  452
Albany              6  4 0  .600  467  440 Columbus            4  7 0  .364  509  562
Lehigh Valley       6  5 0  .545  616  543 Knoxville           2  9 0  .182  387  563
Richmond            6  5 0  .545  542  560
X - Clinched playoffs Bye Week - Lehigh Valley
FRIDAY JUNE 7
Kansas City 42, OMAHA 27 (2741) - Omaha led 16-14 at the end of the first quarter after two TD passes by quarterback James McNear. The Renegades quickly flipped the lead in the second quarter and held Omaha scoreless while building their halftime advantage to 28-16 in pulling off the upset.
SATURDAY JUNE 8
​SIOUX CITY 48, Bloomington 36 (4999) - Sioux City RB Johnny Bentley racked up 193 yards and TDs to lead the Bandits to the regular season title. Edge RB Andre Raymond scored twice, with a 6-yard reception and a 4-yard run that gave him 19 rushing touchdowns and broke his own single-season franchise record set last year.
Lincoln 45, Kansas 16 - After trailing 31-0 at halftime, the Koyotes made things interesting with two TDs in the third quarter, but Kansas was shut out in the fourth. Jim Green, who took over as head coach five games into the season, said it was a relief to be able to close the season. Kansas offered free admission to the game.
WICHITA 74, Mid-Missouri 16 (3245) -  Wild QB Rocky Hinds completed seven of ten passes for 69 yards and four TDs and added an additional score on the ground, while RBs Tywon Hubbard and Travis Ribbing combined for 87 yards and three touchdowns. DL Matt Moss registered three sacks and a forced fumble.
Salina 46, OKLAHOMA 34 - For the second week in a row, the Bombers rally for a road win and clinched a playoff berth. The Defenders cut the deficit late to 39-34. However, the Bombers answered again, as QB Dane Simoneau scored on a 10-yard run to seal the win. Simoneau was 20-for-29 passing for 240 yards and four TDs.
X-Sioux City       10  2 0  .833  518  345 Bloomington         5  7 0  .417  519  445
X-Omaha            10  2 0  .833  502  338 Lincoln             4  8 0  .333  383  447
X-Wichita          10  2 0  .833  640  311 Oklahoma            3  9 0  .250  418  601
X-Salina            9  3 0  .750  520  375 Kansas              1 11 0  .083  278  617
Kansas City         8  4 0  .667  550  436 Mid-Missouri        0 12 0  .000  204  634
X-Clinched playoff berth
SEMI-FINALS
SATURDAY JUNE 15
​Salina (10-3) 29, SIOUX CITY (10-3) 28 - With Salina leading 29-26, Bandits DL Sean Kelly came crashing through the line on a field goal attempt and blocked the kick. The ball rolled into the end zone hitting the wall, giving Sioux City two points with 10 seconds left. However, Max Martin's 51-yard FG attempt as time expired came up short for the Bandits. In a game that saw neither team take more than a seven-point lead, Salina had a 29-26 lead in the fourth when Corey Hoover connected on an 18-yard effort with 9:49 left. It was Hoover's fifth made FG.
Wichita (11-2) 31, OMAHA (10-3) 25 (2633) - Chris Hemphill was the star on defense for the Wild with three interceptions as the game swung back and forth. Joe Kassanavoid led Wichita’s offense with six catches for 75 yards and two TDs. Omaha led 9-7 at halftime, but a Hemphill interception with Omaha driving on its first drive of the second half set up a 29-yard touchdown run by Wichita’s Travis Ribbing for a 14-9 lead. Omaha took the lead back at 18-14, but Wichita rallied for a 30-yard FG from Alex Fambrough to make the score 18-17. Another Hemphill interception on Omaha’s next possession set up a Rocky Hinds-to-Jarrel Kelley TD pass for a 24-18 lead headed to the fourth quarter. A 19-yard touchdown pass from Hinds to Kassanavoid made the score 31-18.
CHAMPIONSHIP GAME
SATURDAY JUNE 22
WICHITA (12-2) 47, Salina (10-4) 34 - QB Rocky Hinds powered Wichita's offense by completing 18 of 22 passes for 163 yards and four touchdowns, adding 17 more yards and one touchdown on the ground to be named MVP of Champions Bowl I. The Wild defense picked off the CPIFL regular season MVP quarterback Dane Simoneau three times en route to their victory. Salina earned the first crack at the field but their drive ended at midfield when their field goal attempt was blocked by Wild defensive lineman James McCartney, inspiring Wichita's offense to pour in three consecutive touchdowns courtesy of a four yard run by Hinds, a 10 yard pass from Hinds to wide receiver Joe Kassanavoid, and a one yard run by running back Tywon Hubbard for a 21-0 lead midway through the second quarter. Wichita's defense provided a great boost during the scoring streak by forcing two Salina turnover on downs. The Bombers finally broke their scoring drought with a four yard touchdown pass from Simoneau to wide receiver Pelton Smalls, but the Wild offense hit back two minutes later with a five yard strike from Hinds to wide receiver Tim Simmons to maintain a 27-7 advantage. With five seconds left in the first half, Wichita looked poised to take a three score lead into halftime, but Simoneau found wide receiver Attrail Snipes with a 13 yard touchdown pass for a 27-14 Wild advantage at the break. The scoring picked up in the third quarter with a 49 yard field goal by Wild kicker Alex Fambrough followed by an interception by defensive back Matthew Pearson that led to a one yard touchdown pass from Hinds to Kassanavoid. Salina followed with an offensive drive that ended with an interception by Wichita defensive back Chris Hemphill on a short field, but he fumbled the ball on the return and was recovered by the Bombers, which led to a 34 yard touchdown pass from Simoneau to wide receiver Ricky Roberts. The Wild offense responded with a 10 yard toss from Hinds to Simmons and a 28 yard field goal by Fambrough, putting the Wild ahead 47-21. With 3:37 left in the game, Salina aimed for one last comeback push as Simoneau connected on two touchdowns, comprised of 24 yards to Roberts and 31 yards to Snipes, slicing Wichita's lead to 47-34. After recovering the onside kick, Salina had a chance to cut the score to single digits with 19 seconds left in regulation, but Wichita defensive back Kendrick Harper shut the door on the Bombers with a championship sealing interception and a 47-34 Wild victory over the Bombers.
FRIDAY JUNE 7
Nebraska 67, COLORADO 55 - The Danger clinched a home playoff game as QB Jameel Sewell completed 18-of-28 passes for 235 yards and five TDs. Sewell also rushed for 32 yards and two TDs. Kayne Farquharson caught seven passes for 108 yards and a TD while Maurice Avery caught five passes for 73 yards and three TDs.
SATURDAY JUNE 8
SIOUX FALLS 59, Texas 16 - The Storm clinched a spot in playoffs, and extended their home winning streak to 32. Terrance Bryant guided the air attack, completing 11 of 15 passes for 124 yards and two TDs. Tory Harrison ran for 99 yards and two TDs. Martevious Young had TD runs of 1, 4, 8 and 13 yards from under center.
TRi-CITIES 33, Wyoming 6 (3283) - Fever LB Boris Lee and his defensive teammates definitely did their jobs, forcing seven Cavalry turnovers that turned into three TDs. In fact, the Fever had a shutout for 59 minutes and 6.8 seconds until Wyoming backup QB Stephen Panasuk connected with Mark Henderson for a 32-yard TD pass.
CEDAR RAPIDS 49, Green Bay 42 - Trailing by two scores entering the fourth, the Blizzard rallied, scoring TDs on consecutive possessions to take the lead. Cedar Rapids answered with two TDs to reclaim the lead. Green Bay scored on a Spencer Ohm TD pass to cut the lead to seven, but The Titans recovered the onside kick.
UNITED CONFERENCE                          INTENSE CONFERENCE
X-Sioux Falls       9  4 0  .692  593  462 Z-Nebraska          9  4 0  .692  698  591
Cedar Rapids        9  5 0  .629  645  548 X-Colorado          8  5 0  .615  593  536
Chicago             8  5 0  .615  538  545 Tri-Cities          6  7 0  .462  562  522
Texas               5  8 0  .385  525  695 Wyoming             1 12 0  .077  390  696
Green Bay           4  9 0  .308  565  602
X- Clinched playoff berth Z - Clinched conference title Bye Week  - Chicago
SATURDAY JUNE 1
Chicago 63, ORLANDO 55 (11374) - The Rush exploded for 35 points in the second quarter and scored a TD on its first six offensive possessions. QB Carson Coffman was 20 of 28 passing for 281 yards, and threw eight TDs. The Predators drove inside the Rush's 15-yard line with two minutes to go but turned the ball over on downs.
Arizona 64, PHILADELPHIA 57 (7027) - Nick Davila went from having one of the worst games to helping Arizona rally from a 15-point deficit. Davila was intercepted three times by the Soul. Two were returned for TDs. The Soul had a 57-42 lead with 7:42 left, before the Rattlers, who have won seven in a row, closed on a 22-0 run
NEW ORLEANS 69, Cleveland 40 (4148) - The VooDoo caught fire early behind the QB-WR duo of Kurt Rocco and Donovan Morgan, which connected on four scoring drives in the first half. Cleveland struggled as the defense allowed the VooDoo to score on six offensive drives in the opening half. 
Tampa Bay 65, IOWA 62 (6568) - Storm QB Adrian McPherson hit Joe Hills for a 3-yard TD pass with no time left as Tampa Bay rallied. Iowa QB J.J. Raternick sneaked in from the 1-yard line with 23 seconds left to give the Barnstormers a 62-58 lead. McPherson threw for six touchdowns and ran for three to lead the Storm.
JACKSONVILLE 70, Pittsburgh 48 (8568) - Bernard Morris threw a pass for a first down late in the first half with the Sharks facing a fourth-and-10 and backed up deep. A single throw seemed to get Jacksonville rolling as they led at halftime 28-20. The Sharks defense forced two lost fumbles and two interceptions.
SPOKANE 75, San Jose 45 (9138) - Russ Michna struggled to find answers for an aggressive Shock secondary, as Spokane forced four turnovers in the first half, including a Michna interception that Terrance Sanders returned 42 yards for a TD. Erik Meyer led the Shock to TDs on all eight of his possessions, as Spokane led 41-16 at half.
MONDAY JUNE 3
SAN ANTONIO 42, Utah 41 (5894) - The win wasn't secured until Talons defenders Pierre Turner and Tim McGill stuffed Utah FB Ben Stallings a half-yard short on a two-point attempt with 55 seconds remaining. Fred Shaw corralled the subsequent onside kick attempt. Talons QB Xavier Lee was 16 of 30 for 207 yards and four TDs.
AMERICAN - South Division                  NATIONAL - West Division
Jacksonville        8  3 0  .727  590  494 Arizona            10  1 0  .909  743  524
Tampa Bay           7  4 0  .636  639  590 Spokane             8  3 0  .727  737  593
Orlando             2  8 0  .200  499  600 San Jose            7  3 0  .700  520  499
New Orleans         2  8 0  .200  415  586 Utah                4  6 0  .400  509  510
AMERICAN - East Division                   NATIONAL - Central Division
Philadelphia        5  5 0  .500  588  525 Chicago             6  5 0  .545  605  598
Pittsburgh          3  7 0  .300  393  531 San Antonio         5  5 0  .500  434  464
Cleveland           2  8 0  .200  447  603 Iowa                4  7 0  .364  527  529
FRIDAY JUNE 7
Iowa 37, CLEVELAND 33 (7685) - J.J. Raterink found Darius Reynolds for a 12-yard TD with 13 seconds to go to give Iowa the win. Raterink and Reynolds also hooked up on TDs of 7 and 36 yards to end a three-game slide. Chris Dieker, a former Iowa quarterback, threw for 250 yards and three touchdowns for Cleveland.
SATURDAY JUNE 8
Arizona 70, SAN ANTONIO 21 (8047) - Arizona forced seven turnovers, including six interceptions, and had a 35-0 lead before the Talons finally scored late in the second quarter. Arkeith Brown had three interceptions. Jeremy Kellem intercepted two passes, returning one back for a TD that gave the Rattlers a 63-14 lead in the final quarter.
CHICAGO 67, Utah 43 (3890 at Rockford, IL) - The Blaze started off hot, with QB Tommy Grady throwing a 19-yard TD pass to Mario Urratia on the fourth play. Utah trailed by six points at halftime, but the Rush’s lead ballooned to 53-28 in the second half. Blaze QB Jason Boltus replaced Grady in the fourth and threw two touchdown passes.
SPOKANE 76, Jacksonville 41 (8463) - The Sharks fell behind by 35 points in the first half by failing to score on five of seven possessions. The Shock scored on all six of their possessions before intermission. Spokane QB Erik Meyer completed 15 of 21 passes for 218 yards and six touchdowns.
PHILADELPHIA 65, New Orleans 56 (8035) - The Soul trailed for 59:55 seconds, before FB Derrick Ross scored his fourth rushing TD of the game to give them their first lead with five seconds to go. The VooDoo tried to recreate the Stanford Band play, but took the ball back into the end zone after brining it out and was caught for a safety.
Orlando 55, TAMPA BAY 48 (14041) - Despite QB Adrian McPherson completing 24 of 41 passes for 314 yards and seven TDs with no interceptions, the Storm couldn’t stay ahead of the Predators, as QB Aaron Garcia threw for 289 yards and six TDs on 24 of 37 passing. The Storm fell to 2-4 at home after going 7-2 at the Forum in 2012.
SAN JOSE 68, Pittsburgh 54 (8263) - Fred Williams caught three TD passes and averaged over 26 yards on his KO returns, while Mitch Mustain threw six TD passes in his first career start to lead San Jose. Jabari Fletcher ran for three TDs. Jason Willis caught the winning TD with 12 seconds left.
AMERICAN - South Division                  NATIONAL - West Division
Jacksonville        8  4 0  .667  631  570 Arizona            11  1 0  .917  813  545
Tampa Bay           7  5 0  .583  687  645 Spokane             9  3 0  .750  803  634
Orlando             3  8 0  .273  554  648 San Jose            8  3 0  .727  588  553
New Orleans         2  9 0  .182  471  651 Utah                4  7 0  .364  552  577
AMERICAN - East Division                   NATIONAL - Central Division
Philadelphia        6  5 0  .545  653  591 Chicago             7  5 0  .583  672  641
Pittsburgh          3  8 0  .273  447  599 San Antonio         5  6 0  .455  455  534
Cleveland           2  9 0  .182  480  640 Iowa                5  7 0  .417  564  562
SATURDAY JUNE 15
NEW MEXICO 61, Abilene 58 (2200) - The Stars took the field in their camouflage jerseys as the team honored our military. The hero of the game was Zeke Arevalo, who kicked a FG as time expired to secure the win. If you remember. Stars QB Kasey Peters threw for 312 yards and seven TDs, with no interceptions.
Laredo 58, SAN ANGELO 42 
X-Amarillo          8  2 0  .800  604  515 Abilene             5  6 0  .455  566  594
X-Laredo            7  4 0  .636  619  587 San Angelo          1  9 0  .100  488  613
New Mexico          5  5 0  .500  566  534
X-Clinched playoff berth Bye Week - Amarillo
SATURDAY JUNE 15
Alabama 55, KNOXVILLE 32 - Alabama wrapped up the league's No. 1 postseason seed, as QB Randall Hill completed 26 of 36 passes for 294 yards and four TDs. Charles McClain paced the Hammers with 11 receptions for 141 yards and a TD with CJ Johnson adding nine catches and two TDs. FB Dan Ross also ran for three TDs.
RICHMOND 61, Louisiana 45 (4079) - After scoring a TD on offense, the Raiders’ defense forced a fumble that RoShawn Marshall returned for a TD, giving Richmond a lead it wouldn’t relinquish and securing a spot in the PIFL playoffs. Richmond QB Warren Smith scored seven touchdowns, including two rushing.
Lehigh Valley 53, ALBANY 49 - It had been two years since Albany had lost a home game, and all they needed was a win to ensure the No. 2 seed in the PIFL playoffs and a home playoff game. Lehigh Valley stole it all away with a go-ahead touchdown with 12 seconds left. Jeff Willis caught the go-ahead TD on fourth down.
X-Alabama           9  2 0  .818  631  455 Louisiana           5  6 0  .455  498  513
X-Richmond          7  5 0  .583  603  609 Columbus            4  7 0  .364  509  562
X-Lehigh Valley     7  5 0  .583  669  592 Knoxville           2 10 0  .167  419  618
X-Albany            6  5 0  .545  516  493
X - Clinched playoffs Bye Week - Columbus
SEMI-FINALS
MONDAY JULY 1
ALABAMA (10-2) 61, Albany (7-6) 46 (2263) - After two dismal seasons in which they compiled a 7-17 record, the Hammers are one win away from the city's first indoor championship since 2008. It wasn't an easy ending for the Hammers, who yielded two Albany TDs in the final minute but twice recovered onside kicks to preserve the win.
RICHMOND (8-5) 44, Lehigh Valley (7-5) 40 (3777) - Hakeem Moore’s diving catch in the end zone with 30 seconds to go gave the Raiders a repeat berth in the PIFL championship game. After a penalty gave the SteelHawks new life, RoShon Marshall stopped Tom Gilson short of the end zone to seal the victory.
CHAMPIONSHIP
MONDAY JULY 8
ALABAMA (11-2) 70, Richmond (8-7) 44 (3133) - The history of indoor football playoffs in Huntsville has been a nerve-testing litany of overtimes, coaching gambles, battles that ended a yard short of victory and other near-misses. On Monday night, the Alabama Hammers kept the drama to a minimum en route to writing a new page of history.  The last indoor football championship for Huntsville came in 2008, when coach Dean Cokinos and the Tennessee Valley Vipers won an overtime thriller at Spokane. This is the first title for one of Huntsville's major sports teams since the Havoc won the Southern Professional Hockey League crown on April 17, 2010. "We'll take one with no drama for once," said Hammers president Joe Stroud, who has been involved with arena-style football in Huntsville for more than a dozen years. "We weren't going to leave anything to chance tonight. I just challenged the guys to be special," Cokinos said. The Hammers took advantage of four interceptions of Richmond's Warren Smith, two of which were returned for touchdowns, by Jeremy Grier and Charles McClain. The Alabama defense, led by Jake Trantin, a standout at College of William & Mary, a mere 50 miles from Richmond. Trantin forced one of the interceptions and drew two holding calls against Raider linemen trying to stop him. "Our defense is tremendous," Cokinos said. "They don't give offenses a chance. We've been that way all year and they saved the best for last." The Hammers' Russel Hill completed 16-of-24 passes - going 16-for-20 in one stretch for seven touchdowns and 280 yards. Mico McSwain caught four five passes for 104 yards and four touchdowns and Larry Shipp had seven catches for 138 yards and three scores.
SATURDAY JUNE 15
COLORADO 58, Wyoming 43 - At halftime, the game was close at 30-27 Colorado. Then in the third, the Ice turned up the intensity, outscoring Wyoming 14-0 to take a commanding lead. Ice QB Willie Copeland threw for 168 yards and four TDs. Wyoming managed only 168 yards of offense, compared to 315 for Colorado.
NEBRASKA 69, Tri-Cities 64 - The Fever had a chance to take the lead in the final minute, but a third down pass to Tre’ Young was incomplete to make it fourth-and-goal with 13.2 seconds left. A Dante Warren pass into the endzone intended for Ed Berry was broken up by Jamar Love to clinch the win for the Danger.
Chicago 60, GREEN BAY 57 (3053) - The Blizzard’s season finale, scheduled for a 7 p.m. kickoff, didn’t begin until 8:19. The Blizzard eventually lost on a missed FG as time expired. The 13 Slaughter players who did make the trek were late because they had not received their paychecks from several of their previous games until Saturday.
Sioux Falls 52, TEXAS 38 - The Storm led 38-31 at the end of the third quarter on 18 unanswered points. Sioux Falls continued their hot streak into the forth when QB Martevious Young ran in a 2-yard touchdown giving the Storm a 45-31 lead and they went on to clinch home-field advantage in the playoffs.
UNITED CONFERENCE                          INTENSE CONFERENCE
Z-Sioux Falls      10  4 0  .714  645  500 Z-Nebraska         10  4 0  .714  777  655
X-Cedar Rapids      9  5 0  .643  645  548 X-Colorado          9  5 0  .643  651  579
Chicago             9  5 0  .643  598  602 Tri-Cities          6  8 0  .429  626  591
Texas               5  9 0  .357  563  747 Wyoming             1 13 0  .071  433  754
Green Bay           4 10 0  .286  622  662
X- Clinched playoff berth Z - Clinched conference title Bye Week  - Chicago
SATURDAY JUNE 15
ARIZONA 59, Spokane 42 (10654) - Rattlers QB Nick Davila went 24 for 42 for 233 yards and six TDs to give Arizona its best start ever. Shock QB Erik Meyer finished 29 of 43 for 256 yards, five passing TDs, one interception and one rushing TD. Spokane wideout Adron Tennell caught 15 passes for 110 yards and four touchdowns.
IOWA 73, San Jose 68 (9072) - The Iowa defense stopped four straight San Jose plays from the 8-yard line in the game’s waning seconds to secure the win. Iowa QB J.J. Raterink threw nine TD passes, but his only interception gave San Jose life with 45 seconds left. San Jose QB Russ Michna threw for 392 yards and nine TDs.
UTAH 62, Jacksonville 55 (5109) - Jason Boltus threw seven TD passes as Utah seized control by taking a 28-14 lead in the first quarter. Jacksonville played from behind the rest of the way. Kyle Rowley passed for 306 yards, five TDs for the Sharks. Jeron Harvey led Jacksonville with 12 catches for 172 yards and three TDs.
NEW ORLEANS 54, Tampa Bay 51 (4758) - The Storm lost a game and their starting QB. Adrian McPherson had thrown for a TD and run for two more before being injured with the Storm trailing 33-20. Randy Hippeard rallyed the Storm from a 54-32 deficit to 54-51 a little more than 3 minutes to play. But New Orleans ran out the clock.
Philadelphia 59, PITTSBURGH 21 (6059) - Soul FB Derrick Ross became the AFL's all time leading rusher. He needed eight yards to break the record formerly held by Bo Kelly and finished with 54 yards to set the new record at 1,618 yards in only his third season in the league. He also scored the Soul’s first three touchdowns.
ORLANDO 62, Cleveland 55 - Down by 20 early in the fourth, the struggling Gladiators rallied. Three TD passes by Chris Dieker, the last one coming with 43 seconds to go, enabled them to tie the score. But the Gladiators saw their losing streak reach five when Aaron Garcia's 4-yard TD strike to Prechae Rodriguez with three seconds left.
San Antonio 61, CHICAGO 54 (at Rockford) - Rohan Davey connected with Jomo Wilson on a 44-yard TD with 28 seconds left to lead the Talons. San Antonio sealed the win as time expired when Fred Shaw returned an interception 46 yards for a TD. The Talons trailed by 12 two different times in the second half.
AMERICAN - South Division                  NATIONAL - West Division
Jacksonville        8  5 0  .615  686  632 Arizona            12  1 0  .923  872  587
Tampa Bay           7  6 0  .538  738  699 Spokane             9  4 0  .692  845  693
Orlando             4  8 0  .333  616  703 San Jose            8  4 0  .667  656  626
New Orleans         3  9 0  .250  525  702 Utah                5  7 0  .417  614  632
AMERICAN - East Division                   NATIONAL - Central Division
Philadelphia        7  5 0  .583  712  612 Chicago             7  6 0  .538  726  702
Pittsburgh          3  9 0  .250  468  658 San Antonio         6  6 0  .500  516  588
Cleveland           2 10 0  .167  535  702 Iowa                6  7 0  .462  637  630
SATURDAY JUNE 22
AMARILLO 88, New Mexico 72 - Amarillo QB Nate Davis got things started by running for a 46-yard TD on the game’s second play. With the Stars on the ropes in the fourth, Amarillo used offense to go for the knockout. Davis passed for four touchdowns in the quarter, including two to Raymond Johnson.
ABILENE 48, San Angelo 24 - The Bombers closed out the regular season with a resounding win. The first half was the a see-saw affair with the Bombers holding onto a 24-18. The second half was all Bombers as they would hold the Bandits to only six second half points. Abilene would assure themselves the number three seed.
X-Amarillo          9  2 0  .818  692  587 New Mexico          5  6 0  .455  638  622
X-Laredo            7  4 0  .636  619  587 San Angelo          1 10 0  .091  512  661
X-Abilene           6  6 0  .500  614  618
X-Clinched playoff berth Bye Week - Laredo
SATURDAY JUNE 22
ALBANY 59, Columbus 35 - After going into the locker rooms clinging to a 29-28 lead, the Panthers scored 29 unanswered points in the second half thanks to a stingy effort by their defensive front. QB Cecil Lester ended with 331 passing yards and seven TDs. Johnny Lester led the Panthers with 10 catches for 132 yards and four TDs.
X-Alabama           9  2 0  .818  631  455 Louisiana           5  6 0  .455  498  513
X-Richmond          7  5 0  .583  603  609 Columbus            4  8 0  .333  544  621
X-Lehigh Valley     7  5 0  .583  669  592 Knoxville           2 10 0  .167  419  618
X-Albany            7  5 0  .583  575  528
X - Clinched playoffs Bye Week - Alabama, Knoxville, Lehigh Valley, Louisiana, Richmond
FRIDAY JUNE 21
SPOKANE 80, Utah 41 (9965) - Spokane scored 27 unanswered points en route to an easy win. LB Terence Moore recovered two fumbles, one in Utah’s end zone and one that he returned 17 yards for another TD. Brandon Thompkins, acquired from Utah in a trade in May, had 11 receptions for 174 yards against his former team.
SATURDAY JUNE 22
Chicago 50, TAMPA BAY 49 (11514) - Chicago QB Carson Coffman snuck in from the 1-yard line as time expired. With the clock reading all zeros, Coffman hit Reggie Gray in the left flat on the two-point try and he just reached the end zone. The Storm tried to challenge the play but could not without a timeout.
San Jose 72, ARIZONA 42 (9296) - Fred Williams caught five of Russ Michna's nine TD passes as San Jose rolled. Jason Willis caught two TD passes and Amarri Jackson and Huey Whittaker each caught one as the SaberCats won their fifth straight at home. The SaberCats scored on all but their final possession.
San Antonio 56, NEW ORLEANS 53 (4326) - Rohan Davey threw for three TDs and got another on a quarterback sneak in the fourth quarter. That fourth period saw San Antonio outscore the VooDoo 28-19 after entering the quarter trailing 34-28. Chad Cook’s 15-yard TD run with 2:25 left was the game winner for San Antonio.
ORLANDO 50, Pittsburgh 35 (11356) -  The Power led 7-0 on a 16-yard TD pass from Steven Sheffield to Mike Washington. The Power surrendered the lead late in the first when LB Marcus Everett returned an interception for a TD. Aaron Garcia's fifth TD pass to Maurice Williams put the game out of reach with a minute to go.
PHILADELPHIA 54, Iowa 30 (8048) - Philadelphia intercepted Iowa QB J.J. Raterink three times to lead 27-6 after the first half at Wells Fargo Center. Raterink was benched at halftime by coach Mike Hohensee in favor of Brian Reader. Reader accounted for 124 yards and three TDs. Soul FB Derrick Ross ran for two touchdowns.
JACKSONVILLE 43, Cleveland 41 (8708) - Sharks QB Kyle Rowley, signed last week, threw three interceptions, all to former Sharks DB LaRoche Jackson, before he was replaced midway in the fourth by R.J. Archer. Micheaux Robinson returned an interception 12 yards for a TD with one minute left to clinch a playoff berth for the Sharks.
AMERICAN - South Division                  NATIONAL - West Division
X-Jacksonville      9  5 0  .643  729  673 Arizona            12  2 0  .857  914  659
Tampa Bay           7  7 0  .500  787  749 Spokane            10  4 0  .714  925  734
Orlando             5  8 0  .385  666  738 San Jose            9  4 0  .692  728  668
New Orleans         3 10 0  .231  578  758 Utah                5  8 0  .385  655  712
AMERICAN - East Division                   NATIONAL - Central Division
Philadelphia        8  5 0  .615  766  642 Chicago             8  6 0  .571  776  751
Pittsburgh          3 10 0  .231  503  708 San Antonio         7  6 0  .538  572  641
Cleveland           2 11 0  .154  576  745 Iowa                6  8 0  .429  667  684
X-Clinched playoff berth
SATURDAY JUNE 29
LAREDO 61, Amarillo 43 (2500) - Laredo pulled away with two rushing touchdowns to extend the lead to 54-36. Both teams traded touchdowns late in the game, but it had no effect on the outcome. The loss snaps the Venom’s five-game win streak, but doesn’t affect Amarillo’s playoff position.
MONDAY JULY 1
NEW MEXICO 89, San Angelo 42 (3500) - A LSFL record 12 TD passes unleashed by Kasey Peters were more than enough for the host Stars. The 89-point explosion matched the Stars’ season record, as they beat the Bandits 89-82 on May 27. San Angelo scored first Monday, but the fired-up Stars scored the next 41 points.
X-Amarillo          9  3 0  .750  735  648 X-New Mexico        6  6 0  .500  727  664
X-Laredo            8  4 0  .667  680  630 San Angelo          1 11 0  .083  554  750
X-Abilene           6  6 0  .500  614  618
X-Clinched playoff berth Bye Week - Abilene
SATURDAY JUNE 29
​Philadelphia 66, CLEVELAND 57 (7909) - The Soul clinched their second straight Eastern Division title, as QB Dan Raudabaugh completed 25 of his 28 attempts for 285 yards and six TDs. Raudabaugh completed his first 18 passes. Three of Raudabaugh’s TDs went to Andrae Thurman who had only seven TD receptions all season. 
San Antonio 35, IOWA 34 (7553) - San Antonio’s line stuffed Ross Gornall’s FG attempt with 43 seconds left. Iowa’s offense struggled outside of J.J. Raterink’s connection with receiver Marco Thomas, going 0-for-3 in the red zone in a virtual must-win for a team relinquishing control of its fate for another week. 
Jacksonville 62, ORLANDO 55 (10108) - Kyle Rowley came in late in the first half and redeemed a season’s worth of frustration. He started the year playing for the Predators. He was cut from Orlando after the team started 0-6. Rowley led Jacksonville to touchdowns on all five of his possessions.
New Orleans 59, PITTSBURGH 54 (5036) - Chris Dixon’s 29-yard TD pass to Quorey Payne with 4:28 left gave New Orleans the win. Starting VooDoo QB Kurt Rocco played most of the game for the VooDoo, throwing five touchdown passes and two interceptions, before leaving with an injury. He was 15-of-22 for 201 yards.
San Jose 57, UTAH 49 (6393) - San Jose ended three potential Blaze scoring drives with fourth-down stops. The SaberCats also held Utah without a TD in the third quarter and recovered a fumble in the closing seconds.San Jose QB Russ Michna threw for 269 yards and six TDs. Jason Boltus threw for 306 yards and seven TDs for Utah.
AMERICAN - South Division                  NATIONAL - West Division
X-Jacksonville     10  5 0  .667  791  728 Arizona            12  2 0  .857  914  659
Tampa Bay           7  7 0  .500  787  749 Spokane            10  4 0  .714  925  734
Orlando             5  9 0  .357  721  800 San Jose           10  4 0  .714  785  717
New Orleans         4 10 0  .286  637  812 Utah                5  9 0  .357  704  769
AMERICAN - East Division                   NATIONAL - Central Division
Z-Philadelphia      9  5 0  .643  832  699 Chicago             8  6 0  .571  776  751
Pittsburgh          3 11 0  .214  557  767 San Antonio         8  6 0  .571  607  675
Cleveland           2 12 0  .143  633  811 Iowa                6  9 0  .400  701  719
Z-Clinched Division Title X-Clinched playoff berth Bye - Arizona, Spokane, Chicago, Tampa Bay
SATURDAY JULY 6
​New Orleans 63, UTAH 49 (7171) - Injuries and an ejection on Saturday whittled the Blaze roster down to 14 players by game’s end, forcing multiple players to take the field on both sides. VooDoo QB Chris Dixon led a 21-0 New Orleans run that lasted through most of the third. He passed for 285 yards and had eight total TDs.
Spokane 63, TAMPA BAY 49 (9934) - The Shock trailed by 14 when Erik Meyer fired a TD pass to Brandon Thompkins–one of their five TD connections–on the final play of the second quarter. Spokane carried the momentum into the second half, outscoring Tampa Bay 35-14. Meyer passed for 303 yards and seven TDs.
SAN JOSE 62, San Antonio 35 (8976) - Clevan Thomas returned two interceptions for TDs, Huey Whittaker scored three times, and the SaberCats clinched a spot in the playoffs. Fred Williams also scored twice as the SaberCats won their sixth straight at home and third overall. The Talons had a three-game win streak snapped.
CLEVELAND 71, Pittsburgh 58 (6857) - The Gladiators ended a seven-game losing streak. Led by QB Chris Dieker, the offense hit on all cylinders, while the defense made a number of critical plays to seal the win. Thanks to a pair of Pittsburgh fumbles, Cleveland would control the tempo in the first half, outscoring the Power, 35-16.
PHILADELPHIA 58, Chicago 26 (10878) - The Soul led 24-19 with 1:06 left in the second quarter. Rush QB Carson Coffman found Taurus Johnson on 20-yard TD pass to pull the deficit to five points. The Soul didn’t allow the Rush to reach the end zone again until the fourth after the Soul scored 34 unanswered points.
Arizona 84, ORLANDO 56 (11433) - Virgil Gray intercepted three passes and Rod Windsor, Tysson Poots and Maurice Purify caught three TD passes apiece, as the Rattlers bounced back from a 30-point loss in San Jose on June 22. QB Nick Davila, who completed 14 straight passes, threw for a season-high 410 yards and nine TDs.
AMERICAN - South Division                  NATIONAL - West Division
Z-Jacksonville     10  5 0  .667  791  728 X-Arizona          13  2 0  .867  998  715
Tampa Bay           7  8 0  .467  836  812 X-Spokane          11  4 0  .733  988  783
Orlando             5 10 0  .333  777  884 X-San Jose         11  4 0  .733  847  752
New Orleans         5 10 0  .333  700  861 Utah                5 10 0  .333  753  832
AMERICAN - East Division                   NATIONAL - Central Division
Z-Philadelphia     10  5 0  .667  890  725 Chicago             8  7 0  .533  802  809
Pittsburgh          3 12 0  .200  615  838 San Antonio         8  7 0  .533  642  737
Cleveland           3 12 0  .200  704  869 Iowa                6  9 0  .400  701  719
Z-Clinched division title X-Clinched playoff berth Bye - Jacksonville, Iowa
SATURDAY JULY 12
PHILADELPHIA 69, Utah 39 (9163) - The Soul extended their winning streak to six. Although it forced only one official turnover, the Soul defense stopped the Blaze offense a total of six times with five of them coming on downs. The Blaze took a gamble and went for it on fourth down five times and came up short on every time.
SUNDAY JULY 13
SAN ANTONIO 68, Tampa Bay 42 (8576) - ​QB Rohan Davey threw for eight TDs, and the defense made key stops to lead the Talons. The 68 points represented the highest single-game total this season, as the Talons rolled up 325 yards of offense. Davey completed 21 of 31 passes without an interception for 313 yards.
Spokane 62, JACKSONVILLE 40 (9175) - Shock QB Erik Meyer led the way with seven TDs and a ball-hawking defense did the rest, as Jacksonville dropped to 0-5 on the year against the West Division. It also spoiled the night for QB Kyle Rowley, facing his former club three years after winning Arenaball MVP honors with the Shock.
San Jose 78, PITTSBURGH 20 (7134) - The SaberCats produced the most lopsided victory in franchise history, leading the Power by as much as 55-7 early in the second half. San Jose's 58-point victory eclipsed a 71-17 win over Oklahoma in 2001. The SaberCats had eight sacks and forced four turnovers against Pittsburgh.
ORLANDO 55, Iowa 41 (11784) - The Barnstormers couldn't overcome four turnovers and were eliminated from postseason contention. QB J.J. Raterink completed just 25-of-45 passes and threw three interceptions for Iowa. Former Iowa DB Tanner Varner, making his debut with Orlando, made two of the interceptions.
ARIZONA 79, New Orleans 42 (9958) - The Rattlers set a record for most double-digit wins in a season with 12. They’ve also won 11 straight at home. S Virgil Gray intercepted Chris Dixon’s first pass, had three interceptions for the second straight week. He now has 12, giving him the franchise record for most in a regular season.
CHICAGO 68, Cleveland 32 (at Rockford) - Luke Drone, starting for only the second time this season, passed for six TD and ran for two more for Chicago. Drone, who replaced Carson Coffman, completed 16 of 24 passes for 220 yards. The Gladiators lost for the eighth time in nine games and were eliminated from playoff contention
AMERICAN - South Division                  NATIONAL - West Division
Z-Jacksonville     10  6 0  .625  831  790 X-Arizona          14  2 0  .875 1077  757
Tampa Bay           7  9 0  .438  878  880 X-Spokane          12  4 0  .750 1050  823
Orlando             6 10 0  .375  832  925 X-San Jose         12  4 0  .750  925  772
New Orleans         5 11 0  .313  742  940 Utah                5 11 0  .313  792  901
AMERICAN - East Division                   NATIONAL - Central Division
Z-Philadelphia     11  5 0  .688  959  764 Chicago             9  7 0  .562  870  841
Pittsburgh          3 13 0  .188  635  916 San Antonio         9  7 0  .562  710  779
Cleveland           3 13 0  .188  736  937 Iowa                6 10 0  .375  742  774
Z-Clinched division title X-Clinched playoff berth
FRIDAY JULY 19
SPOKANE 77, San Antonio 30 (8485) - Talons QB Rohan Davey threw five interceptions and lost two fumbles. After the Talons took a 17-13 lead on a touchdown pass from Davey to Dallas Baker early in the second quarter, Spokane scored on three straight possessions and led 33-24 at halftime.
SATURDAY JULY 20
Chicago 63, ARIZONA 42 (11353) - When Spokane beat San Antonio on Friday night, the message it sent to the Chicago Rush was simple: Win and you're in. Arizona, which entered the game with a plus-33 turnover margin, turned the ball over seven times in the loss in its home finale, as Chicago clinched a Central Division title.
CLEVELAND 65, Orlando 62 (8526) - Orlando needed a win to secure their spot in the playoffs. They could not do it. Gladiators QB Chris Dieker accounted for eight TDs. Orlando will host New Orleans in their season finale for the fourth and final postseason spot from the American Conference. The VooDoo hold the tiebreaker.
Utah 55, IOWA 41 (8262) - Tommy Grady threw for 231 yards and four TDs, and Dejay Lester caught seven passes for 66 yards and two TDs as the Blaze snapped a four-game skid. Utah scored 21 points in the second quarter and led 52-35 after Brady connected with Lester on a 13-yard TD pass with three minutes remaining.
Jacksonville 58, NEW ORLEANS 49 (4000) - Bernard Morris returned to the starting lineup to throw for five TDs and run for two more TDs. The Sharks QB completed 23 of 36 passes for 250 yards. He also ran for 31 yards.
His favorite receiver was Jeron Harvey, who had nine catches for 115 yards and three TDs.
Philadelphia 65, SAN JOSE 43 (9163) - The Soul scored the game's first 27 points and held off the SaberCats. The defending American Conference champion Soul won its seventh straight game and improved to 7-1 on the road. San Jose saw its four-game winning streak snapped and lost at home for the first time in seven games.
Pittsburgh 48, TAMPA BAY 37 (16118) - Michael Lindsey fumbled the opening kickoff. QB Randy Hippeard almost took a safety on the opening possession. Chris Davis fumbled on the second drive and it was returned for a Pittsburgh TD, as Tampa Bay lost its sixth in a row, a franchise record, but still clinched a playoff berth.
AMERICAN - South Division                  NATIONAL - West Division
Z-Jacksonville     11  6 0  .647  889  839 Z-Arizona          14  3 0  .823 1119  820
X-Tampa Bay         7 10 0  .411  915  928 X-Spokane          13  4 0  .764 1127  853
Orlando             6 11 0  .352  894  990 X-San Jose         12  5 0  .705  968  837
New Orleans         5 12 0  .294  791  998 Utah                6 11 0  .352  847  942
AMERICAN - East Division                   NATIONAL - Central Division
Z-Philadelphia     12  5 0  .705 1024  807 Z-Chicago          10  7 0  .588  933  883
Pittsburgh          4 13 0  .235  683  953 San Antonio         9  8 0  .529  740  856
Cleveland           4 13 0  .235  801  999 Iowa                6 11 0  .352  783  829
Z-Clinched division title X-Clinched playoff berth
FRIDAY JULY 26
SAN JOSE 65, Chicago 40 (8874) - Russ Michna threw five TD passes and Clevan Thomas returned a pair of interceptions for touchdowns for San Jose. Rattlers WR Huey Whittaker caught a TD pass for the seventh straight contest, but came up 2 yards short of becoming the third member of the 1,000-yard receiving club.
ORLANDO 71, New Orleans 42 (13356) - Orlando opened the scoring on a 20-yard touchdown pass from Aaron Garcia to Prechae Rodriguez. In the third quarter, Garcia, who threw for 375 yards, eclipsed the 5,000-yard mark in a season for the first time in his career. He finished the regular season with 5,169 yards.
SPOKANE 61, Pittsburgh 43 (9341) - The Power concluded the worst season in their three-year existence, and have lost 27 of 36 games for a .250 winning percentage over the past two seasons. The Shock scored the first 27 points of the second half after running off a streak of 20 unanswered points in the first quarter.
SATURDAY JULY 27
Arizona 84, IOWA 45 (7719) - Arizona QB Nick Davila helped the Rattlers jump to a 42-12 halftime lead by completing his first four passes, two of which went for TDs. Iowa QB J.J. Raterink was intercepted on three of his team’s first four possessions. Arizona DB Virgil Gray tied an AFL record by returning two for touchdowns.
UTAH 48, Cleveland 46 (7106) - Quarterback Tommy Grady threw three TD passes, including two in the second half to Mario Urrutia, to lead the Blaze.  LaVaughn Macon’s 54-yard kickoff return for a touchdown provides the winning margin. Utah finished a 7-11 Arena League season on a two-game winning streak.
JACKSONVILLE 52, Tampa Bay 44 (10409) - Shane Boyd, in his first start for the Storm, threw for four TDs and ran for two. But he threw an interception that was returned for a score and fumbled twice (one returned for a score) as Tampa Bay lost its seventh straight and fell to the No. 4 seed in the American Conference. 
SAN ANTONIO 42, Philadelphia 28 (9112) - San Antonio WR Brent Holmes, with his team down in the fourth, caught a 43-yard TD that was tipped by a Soul defender. San Antonio's Carlton Brown recorded his second of three interceptions on the ensuing Philadelphia possession to help seal the victory.
AMERICAN - South Division                  NATIONAL - West Division
Z-Jacksonville     12  6 0  .667  941  883 Z-Arizona          15  3 0  .833 1203  865
X-Orlando           7 11 0  .389  965 1032 X-Spokane          14  4 0  .778 1188  896
X-Tampa Bay         7 11 0  .389  959  980 X-San Jose         14  5 0  .722 1033  877
New Orleans         5 13 0  .278  833 1069 Utah                7 11 0  .389  895  988
AMERICAN - East Division                   NATIONAL - Central Division
Z-Philadelphia     12  6 0  .667 1052  849 Z-Chicago          10  8 0  .556  973  948
Pittsburgh          4 14 0  .222  726 1014 San Antonio        10  8 0  .556  782  884
Cleveland           4 14 0  .222  847 1047 Iowa                6 12 0  .333  828  913
Z-Clinched division title X-Clinched playoff berth