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    American Football Association
    The Real Greatest Show on Turf
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    In late July 2009, an AFA board of directors announced that the AFA's innagural season would kick off the following September. In the month that followed, more information surfaced about the AFA. The AFA's rules were practically identical to the NFL's, except for a few minor changes. A college athlete could declare for the AFA Draft after his Sophomore year in college, instead of waiting until he was a Junior. Also, the AFA's draft would be diffrent, as the teams with the better records would draft first, essentially the reverse of the NFL draft. AFA officials felt that it would give lower teams more inscentive to play well. There will be eight teams for the AFA's innagural season. Each team signed its own roster seperately, with the key reason for its members to join simply because of location. The eight clubs will be located in San Antonio, San Diego, Los Angeles, Columbus, Nashville, Los Vegas, Orlando, and Green Bay. More information and rosters will become available as we get closer to the opening of the season. Only one player is known at the moment, as it was announced after he left the Redskins that Clinton Portis would be joining the AFA, and that we wished to become a member of the Green Bay organisation. Within the comming days, more information on all the clubs will be shown. Prepare for football like you've never seen. We are the AFA, and we are the Real Greatest Show on Turf.

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    CLUBS
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    Columbus Storm
    2009 Record: 0-1
    Head Coach: Eddie George
    Rivals: None

    Green Bay Wave
    2009 Record: 0-1
    Head Coach: Brett Favre
    Rivals: None

    Los Angeles Iron
    2009 Record: 1-0
    Head Coach: Pete Carroll
    Rivals: San Diego Predators

    Las Vegas Fury
    2009 Record: 0-0
    Head Coach: Brian Billick
    Rivals: San Antonio Outlaws

    Nashville Thunder
    2009 Record: 0-0
    Head Coach: Jeff Fisher
    Rivals: None

    San Antonio Outlaws
    2009 Record: 0-0
    Head Coach: Michael Irvin
    Rivals: Las Vegas Fury

    Orlando Power
    2009 Record: 0-0
    Head Coach: Urban Meyer
    Rivals: None

    San Diego Predators
    2009 Record: 0-0
    Head Coach: Romeo Crenell
    Rivals: None

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    ROSTERS
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    Columbus Storm
    Hunter Cantwell (QB)
    Charlie Whitehurst (QB)
    Najeh Davenport (HB)
    Josh Abrams (HB)
    Rock Cartwright (HB/FB)
    Jeff Webb (WR)
    Jabar Gaffney (WR)
    Dallas Baker (WR)
    Davon Drew (TE)
    Alex Boone (T)
    Kirk Barton (T)
    Ryan Senser (G)
    Rob Sims (G)
    Doug Datish (C)
    Mitch King (DT)
    Willie Young (DE)
    George Selvie (DE)
    Arthur Jones (DT)
    Sean Weatherspoon (OLB)
    Pat Angerer (MLB)
    Jason Beauchamp (OLB)
    Alterraun Verner (CB)
    Dustin Fox (CB)
    Will Allen (S)
    Michael Mitchell (S)
    Danny Urrego (K)
    Dustin Colquitt (P)

    Green Bay Wave
    Jim Sorgi (QB)
    Matt Flynn (QB)
    Clinton Portis (HB)
    Tashard Choice (HB)
    Martin Meadows (FB/TE)
    Miles Austin (WR)
    Ernest Wilford (WR)
    Gary Banks (WR)
    Travis Dekker (TE)
    Matt Katula (T)
    Andy Kemp (T)
    Dan Buenning (G)
    Al Johnson (G)
    Dustin Fry (C)
    Anthony Montgomery (DT)
    Jason Jefferson (DT)
    Matt Shaughnessy (DE)
    Nick Haden (DE)
    Jameel McClain (MLB)
    Sergio Kindle (OLB)
    Andre Sexton (OLB)
    Michael Lehan (CB)
    Scott Starks (CB)
    Tyrone Carter (S)
    John Wendling (S)
    Garrett Hartley (K)
    Mike Dragosavich (P)

    Los Angeles Iron
    Chris Leak (QB)
    John David Booty (QB)
    Mewelde Moore (HB)
    CJ Spiller (HB)
    Donald Brown (HB/FB)
    Larry Fitzgerald (WR)
    Jordy Nelson (WR)
    David Tyree (WR)
    Limas Sweed (WR)
    Carson Butler (TE)
    Todd McClure (C)
    Chilo Rachal (G)
    Ryan Kalil (G)
    Vernon Carey (T)
    Sam Baker (T)
    Shaun Cody (DT)
    Frostee Rucker (DT)
    Lawrence Jackson (DE)
    Kenechi Udeze (DE)
    Marc Magro (OLB)
    Ray Maualuga (MLB)
    Junior Seau (OLB)
    Cary Harris (CB)
    Terrell Thomas (CB)
    Dennis Keyes (S)
    Chris Horton (S)
    Connor Barth (K)
    Glenn Pakulak (P)

    Las Vegas Fury
    Tyler Lorenzen (QB)
    John Parker Wilson (QB)
    Aveion Cason (HB)
    Mike Hart (HB)
    James Taylor (FB)
    Quan Cosby (WR)[
    Sam Aiken (WR)
    Greg Camarillo (WR)
    John Gilmore (TE)
    Greg Isdaner (T)
    Jon Cooper (T)
    Nick Cole (C)
    Chris Chester (G)
    Davin Joseph (G)
    Terry Narell (DT)
    Marc Palmer (DT)
    Jared Devries (DE)
    Matt Linemen (DE)
    Teddy Lehman (OLB)
    Curtis Lofton (OLB)
    Dannell Ellerbe (MLB)
    Marcus Walker (CB)
    Reggie Smith (CB)
    Roy Williams (S)
    Eric Bassey (S)
    Shaun Suisham (K)
    Nick Harris (P)

    Nashville Thunder
    Troy Smith (QB)
    Adam Bednarik (QB)
    Arian Foster (HB)
    Mike Alscott (FB)
    Rashied Davis (WR)
    Derrick Williams (WR)
    Dominique Zeigler (WR)
    Daniel Graham (TE)
    Anthony Herrera (G)
    Scott Wells (G)
    Ken Amato (C)
    Eric Young (T)
    Godser Cherilus (T)
    Dave Freeman (DT)
    Paul Smith (DT)
    Mario Anderson (DE)
    Shaun Maxwell (DE)
    Kevin Burnett (OLB)
    Micah Johnson (MLB)
    Parys Haralson (OLB)
    Jabari Greer (CB)
    Jonathan Wade (CB)
    Taylor Mays (S)
    Jason Allen (S)
    Swayze Waters (K)
    Durant Brooks (P)

    San Antonio Outlaws
    Rex Grossman (QB)
    Quinn Gray (QB)
    Jerious Norwood (HB)
    Glen Coffee (HB/FB)
    Demetrious Byrd (WR)
    Aundrae Allison (WR)
    Anquan Boldin (WR)
    Kellen Davis (TE)
    Justin Blalock (T)
    Jonathan Scott (T)
    Derrick Dockery (G)
    Lyle Sendlein (G)
    Melvin Fowler (C)
    Keilen Dykes (DT)
    Derek Lokey (DT)
    Henry Melton (DE)
    Roy Miller (DE)
    D.D. Lewis (OLB)
    Chris Harrington (OLB)
    Takaeo Spikes (MLB)[
    Aaron Glenn (CB)
    Drew Coleman (CB)
    Marvin White (S)
    Oliver Celestin (S)
    Graham Gano (K)
    Chris Hanson (P)

    Orlando Power
    Mark Brunell (QB)
    Brock Berlin (QB)
    Ahmad Bradshaw (HB)
    Jeremiah Johnson (HB)
    Greg Carr (WR)
    Hank Baskett (WR)
    Sinorice Moss (WR)
    Dan Campbell (TE/FB)
    Aaron Walker (TE)
    Alex Barron (T)
    Jason Watkins (T)
    Steve Justice (C)
    Carlton Medder (G)
    Drew Miller (G)
    Ray Martin (DT)
    Pat Paulens (DT)
    Alex Brown (DE)
    Ray McDonald (DE)
    Brandon Spikes (OLB)
    Andra Davis (MLB)
    Channing Crowder (OLB)
    Reynaldo Hill (CB)
    Lito Sheppard (CB)
    Todd Johnson (S)
    Marquand Manuel (S)
    Dan Carpenter (K)
    Dave Brytus (P)

    San Diego Predators
    Dennis Dixon (QB)
    Todd Boeckman (QB)
    Ian Johnson (HB)
    Mike Bell (HB)
    Patrick Reading (FB)
    ]Logan Payne (WR)
    Jason Avant (WR)
    Danny Amendola (WR)
    Kevin Brock (TE)
    Langston Walker (T)
    Mark Wilson (T)
    Mike Gibson (G)
    Ryan O'Callaghan (G)
    Kevin Mawae (C)
    Brandon Membane (DT)
    Jacob Ford (DT)
    Rulon Davis (DE)
    Andre Carter (DE)
    Mark Herzlich (MLB)
    Ryan D'Imperio(OLB)
    Scott Fujita (OLB)
    Deltha O'Neal (CB)
    Joe Burnett (CB)
    Ed Reed (S)
    Courtney Brown (S)
    Shane Andrus (K)
    Michael Koenen (P)

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    Re: American Football Association: The Real Greatest Show on Turf

    Quote Originally Posted by King of the Kill View Post
    American Football Association
    The REAL Greatest Show on Turf
    Presented by King of the Kill

    In late July 2009, an AFA board of directors announced that the AFA's innagural season would kick off the following September. In the month that followed, more information surfaced about the AFA. The AFA's rules were practically identical to the NFL's, except for a few minor changes. A college athlete could declare for the AFA Draft after his Sophomore year in college, instead of waiting until he was a Junior. Also, the AFA's draft would be diffrent, as the teams with the better records would draft first, essentially the reverse of the NFL draft. AFA officials felt that it would give lower teams more inscentive to play well. There will be eight teams for the AFA's innagural season. Each team signed its own roster seperately, with the key reason for its members to join simply because of location. The eight clubs will be located in San Antonio, San Diego, Los Angeles, Columbus, Nashville, Los Vegas, Orlando, and Green Bay. More information and rosters will become available as we get closer to the opening of the season. Only one player is known at the moment, as it was announced after he left the Redskins that Clinton Portis would be joining the AFA, and that we wished to become a member of the Green Bay organisation. Within the comming days, more information on all the clubs will be shown. Prepare for football like you've never seen. We are the AFA, and we are the Real Greatest Show on Turf.
    This is nice and all but the BTB section is supposed to be about Wrestling.


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    Re: American Football Association: The Real Greatest Show on Turf

    I'm actually sort of interested in this lol. Wonder if he can do this in maybe Sports or something?

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    Re: American Football Association: The Real Greatest Show on Turf

    It should be moved out of here. I'd be interested to read it and all and though the concept works for this section, this is a WRESTLING oriented BTB and unless these franchises are going to be in mega brawls, I don't know how it'll work.


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    Re: American Football Association: The Real Greatest Show on Turf

    XFL anyone? Looks a takeoff of that.

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    Re: American Football Association: The Real Greatest Show on Turf

    I PMed James Deuce last night and he said it was alright to go ahead with this. So there :P

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    The first club to release their information are the iron men of the buckeye state, Columbus. Without further ado, please welcome, the Columbus Storm.



    It was annuonced earlier today that Ohio State legend and former Heisman winner Eddie George would sign on as the Storm's head coach, but he has yet to assign an offensive or defensive coordinator. George should have some talent to work with, as the Storm's offensive unit looks to be very efficient, with quarterback Hunter Cantwell looking to make a mark in the AFA's debut season. Cantwell should have an easy target with the addition of Jabar Gaffney to the receiver core, along with Jeff Webb and Dallas Baker. The running game, George's forte, should be one of the best in the league as well, with former Steeler Najeh Davenport and former Redskin Rock Cartwright cycling between halfback and fullback. Their offensive line is anchored by former Ohio State standout Alex Boone, so they should be able to make some big holes for the big men at running back to plow through. The Storm's defensive unit should be rather impressive as well. Full of young, talented players, the average age of a Storm defensive player is 23, which either means that they will be good for a long time, or will fall apart due to lack of leadership. Their defensive line looks outstanding, with Mitch King (DT), Willie Young (DE), George Selvie (DE), and Arthur Jones (DT). Their linebackers look a bit weak, but outside linebacker Sean Witherspoon looks to motivate his team. The only real hole in this team is the secondary, but with Alterraun Verner at cornerback, any pass the opposing team makes could go the other way. Danny Urrego (K) and Dustin Colquitt (P) round out this team on special teams, with Rock Cartwright to return puts and kickoffs. The sky's the limit for this Columbus team. Can they win the innagural AFA Championship? We'll see this season.

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    Re: American Football Association: The Real Greatest Show on Turf

    Quote Originally Posted by King of the Kill View Post
    I PMed James Deuce last night and he said it was alright to go ahead with this. So there :P
    This is God's section. lol. We'll see how this does.

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    I made a play for stuff like this to be allowed a while back, basically when we only had one or two BTB's running at any given time. We have up to twenty at some points now so I havent been intrested in pushing for it anymore. I've often thought about doing one of these (Not for Gridiron though) but this is really the only forum that I am active on so never put any effort into it. Thus, I think we will leave it as it is only the one. If others start doing them aswell, then i'll push for a Sub Forum for them. But, if this thread dies, It will get moved to the US Sports section, until either of those happen, it's fine for now.
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    Earlier today during an ESPN interview, Brian Billick announced that he would be the first Las Vegas Head Coach. Perhaps even bigger news, he also named his defensive coordinator, NFL Great and former Baltimore Raven, Ray Lewis! Lewis stated in an interview that he had "nothing left in the tank", so he decided to announce his retirement from the NFL as a player. But a new era begins for Lewis, as he joins perhaps one of the better offenses of the AFA. Their offensive unit isn't flashy, but they'll get their jobs done. They've yet to name a starting quarterback, as Alabama's John Parker Wilson and Connecticut's Tyler Lorenzon are both impressing Las Vegas staff. They also have a double-threat at receiver, with Sam Aiken and Quan Cosby. Their running backs should also be rather good, with former Michigan player Mike Hart and NFL vet Aveion Cason in the backfield. But then comes the Defense. Honestly, should be one of the worst in the league. No real standout players anywhere. Their best player would have to be Middle Linebacker Dannell Ellerbee from Georgia, and Ellerbee should have a great teacher in Ray Lewis. But one linebacker, a defense does not make. They will need some serious work before this season starts to be competitive at all. Their offense is alright, but they'll need to stop the opposing team to win. They can't put up 40 points a game, and they would need to with a defense in such bad shape. Ray Lewis will have his hands full with this job, but with the help of Billick, the sky's the limit for the Las Vegas Fury.

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    Green Bay has yet to name a head coach, but their roster is shaping up to me monumentally good. The Green Wave's passing attack will be anything but green. Former Indianapolis Colt Jim Sorgi, backup to Peyton Manning, has been named starting QB, with Matt Flynn close behind. Sorgi has been a career back-up, so we'll have to wait and see how he handles the spotlight. Sorgi should have some easy targets though, with the receiver core including Miles Austin, Ernest Wilford, and tight end Travis Dekker from Air Force. Then there's their backfield. Probably THE best backfield in the league, they should implement a power/speed duo with Tashard Choice and former Redskin Clinton Portis. Their defense, on the other hand, looks like a junior high teams'. With no standout stars to speak of, the Green Wave should be prepared to give up 20-30 points a game, but it should be no problem with such a dynamic offense. Green Bay has been home to some legendary moments in gridiron history. Will there be more on the way?

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    Update: Individual club information on first post. Team schedules should be announced later today.

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    AFA 2009 Schedule


    Week One:
    San Antonio @ Nashville
    Orlando @ Las Vegas
    San Diego @ Green Bay
    Columbus @ Los Angeles

    Week Two:
    San Antonio @ Orlando
    Nashville @ Las Vegas
    San Diego @ Los Angeles
    Green Bay @ Columbus

    Week Three:
    Las Vegas @ Columbus
    Orlando @ Nashville
    San Diego @ San Antonio
    Green Bay @ Los Angeles

    Week Four
    Las Vegas @ Green Bay
    Columbus @ Nashville
    Orlando @ San Diego
    Los Angeles @ San Antonio

    Playoffs, Week One
    Power Ranking 8 @ Power Ranking 1
    Power Ranking 7 @ Power Ranking 2
    Power Ranking 6 @ Power Ranking 3
    Power Ranking 5 @ Power Ranking 4

    Playoffs, Week Two
    Power Ranking 4/5 @ Power Ranking 1/8
    Power Ranking 3/6 @ Power Ranking 2/7

    AFA Championship
    Power Ranking 1/4/5/8 @ Power Ranking 2/3/6/7

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    the fact that you have already taken a short-cut with your teams....already makes me lose internet in this. Also gives the hint, that you only have major idea for the three/four teams you focused on.

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    BREAKING NEWS
    TWO NFL MEGA-STARS SIGN CONTRACTS!
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    Huge news comming from the AFA today, as NFL stars Ed Reed and Larry Fitzgerald have signed deals with the San Diego Predators and Los Angeles Iron respectively. Reed signed a three-year deal with San Diego this morning, and Fitzgerald's 5-Year contract was just finalized a few hours ago. These stars should bring some more viewers and more star power to the AFA. Fitzgerald should make for an easy target for either John David Booty or Chris Leak, as head coach Pete Carroll has yet to name a starter, although in a recent interview he seemed to be leaning toward his former quarterback JDB. As for Reed, he should catapult the Predator's INT stats. Will these two mega-stars make as big a splash as they did in the NFL? We'll have to wait until Week One to find out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Millar13 View Post
    the fact that you have already taken a short-cut with your teams....already makes me lose internet in this. Also gives the hint, that you only have major idea for the three/four teams you focused on.
    I don't see how I took a short cut. I just released a sort of season preview for some of the teams, I never planned on making one for all eight. I have plans for every team, so don't lose intrest just because I didn't write a paragraph on them.

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    San Diego @ Green Bay
    Week One Results

    San Diego entered Green Bay with an unsure offense and a defense with one of the best stars in the game. Green Bay looked to ward off San Diego with a powerful offense and a good defensive gameplan. It looked like Green Bay would walk through this game early, as the Green Wave were up 14-0 at the end of the first quarter after a 22-yard TD run by Clinton Portis and a 13-Yard TD pass from Jim Sorgi to Miles Austin, capping off an 82-yard drive. San Diego would put themselves back into the game in the second quarter, with halfback Ian Johnson returning a punt 63 yards down to the Green Bay 15 yard line. Quarterback Dennis Dixon would take the opportunity to score. On a play-action rollout, he saw no-one open so he weaved his way through the Wave's defense for the 15-yard TD run, making the score 14-7, but still in Green Bay's favor. San Diego's luck didn't improve much, as on the following kickoff, halfback Tashard Choice returned the 89-yard kick to the house, catapulting the Wave to a big 21-7 lead with a little more than 5 minutes in the quarter. The Predator's luck still ran dry, as on the third play of their drive, Dixon was picked off by Michael Lehan, and with a nice return, Green Bay was set up on the Predator's 25 yard line. Sorgi connected with Tight End Travis Dekker on a nice outside curl to pick up 11 yards, then Clinton Portis rumbled through on a HB Draw for 10 more yards, setting up the Wave with first and goal on the Predator's 4-yard line. Sorgi faked the handoff to Portis, and rolled out to the left, throwing to a seemingly wide-open Gary Banks in the endzone. Ed Reed jumps in front of the pass and picks off the throw with nothing but green in front of him, and returns the pick 102 yards for a San Diego touchdown! San Diego held off the Wave for the rest of the quarter, and entered halftime only down by 7, the score being 21-14. The second half, things turned around for the Predators and quarterback Dennis Dixon. Dixon threw for a touchdown and rushed for another, connecting with Jason Avant on a 40-yard streak and rushing in on an 8-yard QB Draw. Dixon wasn't the only star of the third quarter, as halfback Ian Johnson broke free on a 32-yard run, then scored later in that drive with a three-yard rumble. Going into the fourth quarter, the Predators lead the game 35-21, scoring 21 unanswered points. But the Wave would not go away. Early in the fourth, Sorgi connected with Ernest Wilford on a huge 64-yard strike for a Wave touchdown. On the following San Diego drive, safety Tyrone Carter intercepted a badly thrown ball from Dixon, setting the Wave up on the 50 yard line, down by 14 with a little less than 10 minutes left in the game. The very next play, Tashard Choice scored on an amazing 50-yard reverse play, making the score 35-28 with about nine minutes left. Both teams seemed lackluster for almost the rest of the fourth quarter, until Jim Sorgi connected with Miles Austin again on a cross pattern for 30 yards, which set up the Wave on the Predators' 30 yard line with a minute and a half left to play. Sorgi drove his team all the way down to the five yard-line. With fifteen seconds left on the clock and one timeout left, Sorgi handed the ball off to Portis, who picked up a short two-yard run. They called their last time-out, leaving one second left on the clock and one chance to win the game. Sorgi dropped back in the pocket, looking for someone open in the endzone. Sorgi releases the ball just as he's hammered by defensive end Andre Carter. Miles Austin jumps up and grabs the ball! But he's hammered by Ed Reed, and drops the pass! The Predators win the game, with a final of 35-28.

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    Columbus @ Los Angeles
    Week One Results

    Both teams entered this game with a lot of confidence, but only one would reign supreme in this battle for gridiron glory. Columbus won the coin toss, and chose to receive the ball first. Returner Rock Cartwright set the Storm up well, returning the 90-yard kickoff 35 yards. On the Storm's first drive, Quarterback Hunter Cantwell proved that he could hang with the big dogs. After a 20-yard pass to Dallas Baker, Cantwell showed his arm strength and launched a 35 yard bullet to Jabar Gaffney for the Storm touchdown. Los Angeles took charge the very next drive, though. CJ Spiller had two big runs: one for 16 yards, and one for 23, while quarterback John David Booty connected with David Tyree on a long curl route for 15 yards before hooking up with Larry Fitzgerald for a 19-yard Touchdown pass, tying the game 7-7. On the Storm's next drive, LA's Cary Harris returned a Hunter Cantwell interception to the house to gain the 14-7 lead. It was all L.A. for the rest of the first half. John David Booty threw two more touchdowns, one to Jordy Nelson for 14 yards, and another to Larry Fitzgerald from a 40-yard bomb. Mewelde Moore got in the game as well, scoring on a 15-yard run, and kicker Connor Barth booted two field goals, a 29-yarder and a 36-yarder. Going into halftime, the score was 41-7 in favor of L.A. The Iron's ravage of the Buckeye State continued into the second half. On the opening kickoff, CJ Spiller returned the kick all the way down to the Storm 19 yard line, with John David Booty finishing the job with a slant route throw to tight end Carson Butler, making the score 48-7, L.A. Columbus got close to the endzone again throughout the second half, but were always stopped on third down. The Storm's kicker Danny Urrego made three field goals, from 16 yards, 20 yards, and 32 yards. L.A. cycled in second-string talent near the end of the game, and quarterback Chris Leak threw a touchdown strike to reciever Limas Sweed late in the fourth. Experts expected this to be a close game, but in the end the Los Angeles Iron dominated, winning this game 55-16.

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    this looks like a great way to kill a few minutes so I will be reading, will you be doing a premier event like the superbowl?

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