Breaking it Down - 2010 Week 11(6/17) The eleventh week of AFL action featured the road team winning a season-high five games. Four of the seven games were decided by six or fewer points, including two decided by a single point. All eight teams that would make the playoffs if the season ended today remained the same for the third straight week. More awaits you inside this week’s edition of Breaking it Down…
Disaster in the Second Quarter(5/5) The South Georgia Wildcats win streak stopped at three games on Saturday night in Huntsville, Alabama as five costly turnovers, all in the second quarter, spelled doom for the Wildcats as the Tennessee Valley Vipers handed South Georgia a 54-28 loss at the Von Braun Center.
Shawn and Lori Mosqueda
Spokane Shock Grounds Iowa Barnstormers(5/2) I was stunned to learn that the Iowa Barnstormers were in familiar territory when it came to playing for sold-out crowds. Their first two home games drew an average of 11,368 fans.
Another Piece to the Puzzle(4/22) After last week’s blowout win and players starting to gel, the Wildcats front office adds a huge piece to the puzzle.
Complete Dominance(4/20) There really is no need for a recap for this game...It can be summed it up in two words: COMPLETE DOMINANCE!
Green Bay's growing pains(4/14) It was an ugly Friday night for the Green Bay Blizzard in front of 7,231 of its fans at the Resch Center. But as disappointing as the 53-28 loss to the Manchester Wolves was, it was probably just what the young team needed after beating the Tennessee Valley Vipers, the defending ArenaCup champions, two weeks ago.