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George LaFrance     

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Born: September 24, 1965
Hometown: New Iberia, LA
6' 0", 180
College: Baker (KS)

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Top 25 players in AFL history: #6 George LaFrance
AFL Press Release
Continuing its countdown of the 25 Greatest Players in AFL History, the Silver Anniversary Committee has announced its selection for the 6th Greatest Player in AFL History: George LaFrance.

Breaking it Down: AFL HOF Edition
Andy Lopusnak, ArenaFan.com
This Friday during the NFL Network broadcast of the War on I-4, ten individuals will be selected as finalists for the first AFL Hall of Fame class in nearly a decade. As the self-anointed AFL historian, I've taken the liberty of going through the list of eligible individuals and present to you my ten finalists.

Breaking it Down - 2010 Week 13
Andy Lopusnak, ArenaFan.com
This was one of the most lopsided weeks in recent league history with six of the seven games being decided by at least 12 points. Home teams continued their unprecedented domination this year and Utah became the first team mathematically eliminated from playoff contention (though the Blaze hasn’t contended in its last six games). This and more AFL stuff than you can shake a stick at are in this week’s Breaking it Down.

Honoring the best with the best
Andy Lopusnak, ArenaFan.com
I’m not a huge fan of hockey, but I love the fact that the NHL honors some of its legends on the names of the trophies handed out to the league’s annual award winners, like the Hart Memorial Trophy given out the NHL’s Most Valuable Player. What better why to honor the pioneers and all-time greats of Arena Football than to do the same?

'Sedriffic the Terrific' something special; admires Storm great George LaFrance
John (Hondo) Hahn, TampaBayStorm.com
There are a lot of adjectives that describe Sedrick Robinson. He gives you running, receiving, returning and respectability. More importantly, his head coach, Tim Marcum, at the Tampa Bay Storm, and others around the Arena Football League will tell you, “Sed just makes things happen.”