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George Williams III     

Born: December 8, 1975
Hometown: Roseboro, NC
6' 4", 330
College: North Carolina State
Other Pro Experience: NFL 
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Talons expecting large crowd
Tulsa World

Win slips through hands
Stockton Record

Local talent fails to help Coyotes to win
Fresno Bee

Central Valley spoils Burn's home win streak
Boise fans had been spoiled in the Burn's first three home games as they watched the arenafootball2 team win by an average of 45 points.

Spokane a true test for Boise
Idaho Press-Tribune
This is the game the Burn have been eyeing — a true test for the second-year program.

Lightning hits new low with blowout
Stockton Record
The Stockton Lightning arena football team took its futility to a new level, suffering the worst loss in franchise history Saturday night.

Williams scores six TDs as Burn singe Lightning
It would be hard to imagine a player in the arenafootball2 league with a more flamboyant and emphatic touchdown dance than the Boise Burn's George Williams.

Burn hope to strike Lightning twice
Idaho Press-Tribune
“Obviously, last time we played them things didn’t go our way right off the bat but we were able to get things together and comeback and win and I’m sure they weren’t to happy about that,” Gill said.

Williams Enjoys Defense and Catching Passes
San Jose Mercury News
As the 6-foot-4, 314-pound Williams prepared for a recent game against the Orlando Predators (6-3) he still is convinced the two-way -- or more than one position -- player is a precious commodity.

Healthy Solomona leads Burn defense in rout of Texas
Chris Solomona figures it has been about 3 years since he played in a football game.

Boise nearly blanks Texas
Idaho Press-Tribune
Shutouts rarely happen in arena football, but the Boise Burn defense doesn’t seem to realize that fact.

Burn torch the Fever
Idaho Press-Tribune
Boise Burn coach Lee Leslie might have one concern — keeping the AFL’s Utah Blaze from stealing his entire defense.

Burn sizzle in home opener
Terrence Sanders was ready to start his first Arena Football League game for the Utah Blaze when he received a hard lesson about the business side of professional sports.

Burn's new receiver no stranger to end zone
Boise Burn wide receiver George Williams knows how to find the end zone.

Boise wins with furious comeback
Idaho Press-Tribune
Boise Burn rookie quarterback Royal Gill led a huge comeback, as the Burn rallied from a 30-0 deficit to defeat the Stockton Lightning 51-43. The Burn were carried by their defense, which recorded three interceptions and five sacks in the victory.

T'Birds stumble in home opener
Daytona Beach News-Journal
Micheaux Robinson intercepted three passes, two that he returned for touchdowns, yet the one he couldn't forget was the pick he dropped.

Boise Burn drop season opener
The Boise Burn lost their season opener 65-28 at Tulsa on Saturday night. The Talons are the defending AF2 champions, and improve to 2-0 this season.

Area finally has an 'arena'
Daytona Beach News-Journal
Minor-league arena football returns to the Ocean Center today with a new league, a new team and all new players and coaches.

SaberCats rebound to beat KC
San Jose Mercury News
Garrett McIntyre was in a surly mood Saturday before the SaberCats' game against the Kansas City Brigade. Luckily for San Jose, McIntyre chose to take out his frustration against Kansas City quarterback John Fitzgerald.

Greatest expectations
Rio Grande Valley Dorados coach Marty Hammond wasn't asked about Quincy Carter after a training camp practice two weeks ago at Cats Stadium in Edinburg, but he felt obligated to make a comment about the troubled former Dallas Cowboys starting quarterback.