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Jon Norris, has been named Vice President PDF 

Tags: AFL | Arena Football | Jon Norris | New Orleans | Vice President | Voodoo Voodoo

Former AFL player and coach Jon Norris has been named Vice President and General Manager of New Orleans Voodoo resurrected. Norris, who has joined the Arena Football League since its inception in 1987, was promoted to the front office and just a day after the return Voodoo Voodoo announced at a press conference at the New Orleans Arena New Orleans, Louisiana.
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Spokane Shock face Tampa Bay Storm Arena Bowl PDF 

Tags: Arena Bowl | Arena Football | face | Shock | Spokane | Tampa Bay Storm

Spokane, WA-With the best performance in the Arena Football league, the clash of Spokane won the right to host Arena Bowl XXIII, sponsored by the PNA, home to Spokane Tribe Field Friday, August 20 at 20:00 ET on the "NFL Network. The Shock will host the Tampa Bay Storm, the most successful franchise in Arena Football history.

Tampa Bay (12-5) will try to capture their sixth championship of the Arena Bowl, when facing the National Conference Champion Spokane Shock (15-3). The contest marks the ninth Arena Bowl in Tampa Bay, and his first since 2003, when he was to finish to win the title of the latest series. This is the first Arena Bowl for shock.
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Spokane Shock defeat Tampa Bay Storm PDF 

Tags: ArenaBowl | defeat | QB Kyle Rowley | Shock | Spokane | Tampa Bay Storm

Spokane-season lived up to hype as the Spokane Shock defeated the Tampa Bay Storm in ArenaBowl XXIII, 69-57. Storm is in shock and ArenaBowl with a similar regular season stats, but the shock proved to be an attack in the first matchup of the two technologies series in NBA history.
 

Storm was the first to draw blood as LB Eric Ortiz rushed for 3 meters around 8:16 the other points in the first quarter to lead 7-0. Spokane is not far behind, however, scored his own goal a minute later.
 
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Notre Dame to Begin Four-Game Series in 2015 PDF 

Notre Dame and Texas, two of the winning football programs in the history of the NCAA will begin four game series in 2015.
The series begins in South Bend in 2015 and continued in Austin in 2016. After a two year break, the series back to Austin in 2019, before concluding in South Bend in 2020.

 

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Chicago down for Dallas PDF 
The line is finally over. After 10 straight embarrassing losses of Dallas Vigilante got gorilla off their back with a huge 65-52 overtime victory over the Chicago Rush first place Saturday at Allstate Arena.

Dallas outscored Chicago 13-0 in overtime, the first time this season Vigilante went into extra periods. The Vigilante scored on the opening possession of the extra frame on a brave fourth down from design to Larry Brackins.
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Orlando Predators get down for Milwaukee PDF 
Despite taking an early lead, was the turnover in Orlando Predators (6-8), while 57-41 Milwaukee Iron (9-5). Milwaukee concluded a playoff spot with their victory. Nick Hill, a fumble in the second quarter resulted in a lack of security and Orlando, who could not recover.

The Predators had hoped fails Rayshaun Kizer came for Chris Greis pass interceptions for his eleventh of the season. Kizer interception return for a touchdown, but Orlando was unable to make the resulting play kick to recover, ending the late rally. Iron QB Greis remained true to form, completing 20 of 27 go to 310 yards, seven touchdowns and one interception.

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Tulsa beat Vipers 61-48 PDF 

Alabama shows Vipers a 21-0 lead slip away in the second quarter and never recovered from 61-48 at Tulsa claws before 4,298 fans Saturday at the Von Braun Center.

The Vipers - who committed six turnover - fell to 6-8 in the Arena Football League, and Tulsa improved 9-5.

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Oklahoma beat Iowa City line and still win, 52-42 PDF 
Oklahoma City - Oklahoma City area Dawgz went up to the feet with the Iowa Barnstormers on Saturday night in Oklahoma City Cox Convention Center in front of 5415 fans. Fixed game as exciting as last season matchup between the two franchises. Dawgz in order to protect and lead in the first half of the games ever made and secure the 52-42 victory over Barnstormers came.
 
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Chicago will be located in the playoffs with a 55-50 victory over Arizona PDF 
Chicago - Chicago Rush took advantage in the second half and after the Saturday night life hangs in the Allstate Arena, defeating the Arizona Rattlers 55-50 in favor of his 10 game of the season and be done with 9 - Visit to the playoffs in a row.
 
Leading by 17 points entering the fourth quarter, rash (10.4) looked to the cruise control to the postseason, but the things that little risky in the fourth quarter, when Arizona (05/08) came from new assault.
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Rattlers improbable return came one game short of Chicago, Windsor connection constantly PDF 
Chicago - What appeared to be comfortable lead in the struggle for national playoffs Conference now feel a bit shaky in the Arizona Rattlers after a second consecutive last-minute nail-biting loss, this time coming in the hands of Midwest Division Chicago, 55-50, at Allstate Arena in Chicago.
 
After a harrowing defeat at one point in the past week, Spokane, Rattlers again felt the stab of loss after the close of an incredible response you will always see the decline in soccer played only a short stop.
 
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Robert Boss leaves for coaching opportunity PDF 
Chicago Rush fullback Robert Boss has decided to leave the team to accept a position as offensive line coach at his alma mater, Northern Michigan University, the Rush announced today. 

“The loss of Robert Boss leaves a huge hole on our team,” said Rush head coach Mike Hohensee.  “He was not only a great player for us, but he was a great leader and ambassador for the Rush and the Arena Football League. I believe his passion for the game and charismatic personality will transcend him into an outstanding coach.  I fully expect him to make a difference in the lives of the young men he works with, as he did with all of us here in Chicago.”

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LeSue, Dietz and Belton earn Week 14 honors PDF 

Utah wide receiver AARON LESUE, Tampa Bay quarterback BRETT DIETZ and Milwaukee defensive back TRACY BELTON have been named the JLS Ironman, Russell Athletic Offensive Players and Riddell Defensive Player of the Week,respectively, for Week 14 of 2010. In addition to these three awards, the AFL is also highlighting the player who makes thebest Catch of the Week, the Playmaker of the Week and the Highlight of the Week.

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