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Chris Gould     

Born: December 10, 1985
Hometown: Lock Haven, PA
6' 0", 215
College: Virginia

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Player News
Search for new Talons QB ongoing
San Antonio Express

Former AFL Kicker of the Year Joins Barnstormers
Iowa Barnstormers Press Release
The Iowa Barnstormers are extremely excited to announce that they have agreed to terms with former AFL Kicker of the Year Chris Gould for the 2013 season.

Arizona, Philadelphia Meet Expectations to Square Off in ArenaBowl XXV

Rattlers mid-season report card
AZ (blog)

Rattlers rally to victory vs. Mustangs in home opener

Rattlers enter the AFL season as preseason No. 1

Arizona Rattlers awaiting ArenaBowl opponent
Tucson Citizen

Rush at Rattlers
Chicago Tribune

Rush rally for 54-51 playoff victory

Rush comeback to advance in AFL playoffs
Chicago Tribune

Rush Step Up For 10th Straight Playoff Berth
Journal & Topics Newspapers Online

Rush rally for 49-48 win vs. Tulsa
Chicago Breaking Sports - Tribune

Rush beat the Soul, 62-28
Philadelphia Inquirer

Rush ready for playoff rematch to open season
Chicago Sun-Times

McMillen, Rush set to kick off AFL season
Chicago Tribune

Rush at Mustangs
Chicago Tribune

Rush ready for another reboot
Chicago Tribune

Chicago's Gould named Kicker of the Year
AFL Press Release
Chicago Rush kicker Chris Gould has been named the Arena Football League’s Kicker of the Year, the league office announced today.

Iron topple Rush 64-54
Chicago Tribune

Rush eliminated from Arena playoffs
Chicago Breaking Sports - Tribune (blog)

Breaking it Down - 2010 AFL Award Ballot
Andy Lopusnak,
The AFL sent out media ballots for the end of the season awards and All-Arena teams Sunday afternoon. After filling mine out, I wanted to share it with you and give you reasons why I feel each recipient should be named that specific award. In addition, I've included by All-Arena First and Second Teams. This is my ballot that I'm sending to the league after I post it here first.

Breaking it Down - 2010 Week Two
Andy Lopusnak,
The second week of AFL action featured just as many games as teams on that had bye weeks – just five games and five byes. It’s also the largest number of byes in AFL history and the lowest number of total AFL games in a single week since 1994 when there were 11 teams. Let’s take a look back at the short, but pretty eventful five-game Week Two.