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The Gridiron Buzz:
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By Tonya Swim
Amarillo, Texas-The Amarillo Venom play a potentially pivotal game Saturday night against the visiting Quad City Steamwheelers.
The Steamwheelers are alone at the top of the CIFL at 8-3 after an overtime win against the Salina Liberty last Saturday evening and the Venom went to 7-3 after a loss to Duke City, who improved to 8-2.
Venom player Jeff Branch offered a bit of insight on the preparation for this weeks game. "We really worked on having better communication. We watched a lot of film and we had an intense physical week of practice. We're preparing for a dog fight Saturday night."
Quad City is at a distinct disadvantage with the 975 mile trip, "Being the road team is always tough. I think that travel will be a factor but we're not really putting to much stock into it." states Branch.
The Venom will be giving out free replica balls to the first 500 kids through the gates with a ticket.
The game between Amarillo and Quad City will start at 6pm at the Cal Farley Coliseum and will be broadcast on Pluto TV.
Jeff Branch closes in on the Revs QB Andrew Jackson
Photo by Jason Helmick
By Tonya Swim
Albuquerque, New Mexico-The Duke City Gladiators started out putting points on the board with their first possession, and never looked back.
Duke City received the ball first, but Conner Hollabaugh's kick hopped into the stands starting Duke City out on their own five yard line.
Caleb Holbrook found Dello Davis with a short pass putting the ball on the Duke City 14 then hands off to Jestin Kelly for a loss of two. Holbrook then finds Dexter Manley and gets the first down and the ball on the Duke City 17.
The next play, Holbrook scrambles, but a personal foul on the Venom move the ball up to the Venom 16. Holbrook finds Juwan Lewis but Venom players Terrious Triplett and Jeff Branch shut him down at the Venom one yard line. Holbrook tossed the ball to Kelly and Duke City was on the board. James Nachu got the PAT and Duke City is 7, Venom 0.
Nachu's kick went into the stands at the 10 yard line, so the Venom got to start there.
The Venom started their first play with a flag and that set the tone for the game for them. The false start pushed the Venom back to their own five yard line. Second play and still no action as Duke City's Paul Robinson drew a penalty putting the Venom back up to the 10 yard line. Nate Davis finally got a pass off to Alex Watson for a six yard gain, then a quick pass across the middle to Raymond Johnson Jr put the ball on the Venom 22. Three incomplete passes brought up the forth down, but a pass to Watson and an offside call on Duke City gave the Venom a replay of the down with the ball on the Duke City 23. Davis kept the ball sliding, but short the first down and turned the ball over on downs.
The next kickoff was not televised, first play saw Holbrook with an incomplete pass but trying again, finds D. Davis who is stopped on the Venom 14. A handoff to D. Davis then Kelly puts Duke City in the endzone increasing their lead to 14, 3:42 left in the first.
Former Gladiator Antonio Bray took the next kickoff, but was tackled at the one yard line, so the Venom start on their own five. N. Davis uses R. Johnson Jr. for two passes to get the ball up their own 19. Next two plays saw N. Davis with an incomplete pass then finding Watson in the endzone finally putting the Venom on the board with 1:09 left in the first quarter. Hollabaugh found the uprights for the point after, a flag on Duke City was declined. Venom 7 Duke City 14.
Hollabaugh's kick hops out and Duke City begins on their own five. Holbrook scrambles out to the Duke City 15 where he was stopped by Steven Fluker. A hand off to Lewis gets the ball to the Duke City 18 and ends the first quarter.
Starting off the second quarter, Holbrook's scramble was stopped by Steven Fluker on the Duke City 15. A deep pass to D. Davis at 14:52 pushed the Gladiators to 20 and Nachu remained perfect for the night putting Duke City up 21 Venom 7.
Nachu kicked onside and Venom's Terrious Triplett got the ball. An offside flag on Duke City gave the Venom the ball on the Gladiator's three yard line.
N. Davis had an incomplete pass, then tries to scramble, but was tripped up and fumbled. Venom Bernard Flores recovered. A holding call on Duke City gave the ball to the Venom on the one and a half yard line. N. Davis kept the ball for his 12th touchdown of the season, Hollabaugh missed the PAT putting the score Venom 13 Duke City 21 with 13:32 left in the half.
Gladiators start on their own five when Hollabaugh kicks the ball into the stands.
Holbrook has an incomplete pass but redeems with a pass to Manley who finds the endzone at 12:17 in the second quarter. Extra point is good, Duke City 28 Venom 13.
The kickoff hits the wall at the Venom 15 to start Amarillo off, then a N. Davis keeper gives them five more yards. N. Davis looked for Watson three times, but only completed twice putting the ball on the Duke City six yard line bringing up second and goal. N. Davis had another incomplete pass then found a receiver for a gain of two and the first down. After an incomplete pass, N. Davis found Jordan DeCorte in the endzone, then a shuffle pass to Watson for the two point conversion put the Venom 21 Duke City 28.
An onside attempt by Hollabaugh is taken by Duke City's Ibrahim Maiga giving them the ball on the Venom 15.
Holbrook moved the ball up with two passes the second to Kelly who was stopped by Nashawn Lewis and Desmond Railford on the Venom seven. A pass to D. Davis was a touchdown, adding the extra point by Nachu and Duke City expands their lead 35 Venom 21 with 4:47 left in the half.
Nachu kickoff was taken out by Cashmin Thomas and the Venom start on their own 14. N. Davis used a series of passes to Watson, Xavier Amey and R. Johnson Jr., to move the ball up to the Gladiator 14. N. Davis found Amey in the endzone for his eighth touchdown of the season. A Gladiator flag was declined and Hollabaugh missed the extra point but another flag on Duke City gave the Venom a replay and N. Davis used a keeper for the two point conversion. Venom 28 Duke City 35 with 2:26 left in the half.
Hollabaugh's onside kick was taken by Amarillo's Richard Mitchell and they start on their own 14. N. Davis finds R. Johnson Jr. for a five yard gain, then a pass to Amey for a touchdown. Extra point is no good. Venom 35 Duke City 35 with 1:18 left in the half.
The next kickoff wasn't shown, but a Holbrook pass out to D. Davis put the ball on the Venom 22. Two incomplete passes ran the clock down before a pass to Lewis added more points with 19 seconds left in the half. A game perfect Nachu added putting Duke City 42 Amarillo 35.
Thomas again took the kickoff, but a block in the back by Terrell Smith pushed to Venom back to their own nine to start. Davis found DeCorte for a gain, but another flag, and they didn't stop the clock effectively ending the first half.
The Venom started the second half on their own eight yard line. N. Davis found Amey on the second play and putting the Venom on their own 22 then a pass to Watson got them to the Duke City 19. An incomplete pass then an interception by Donnie Duncan finished out the play, Duke City will start on their own seven.
Holbrook used a series of running plays and passes to get the ball to the Venom nine, then a flag pushed them back to the Venom 14. An incomplete pass then an interception in the endzone by Triplett seemed to have finished the play, but a flag on the Venom gave the ball back to the Gladiators on the Venom 9. Another incomplete pass brough Nachu out for a field goal attempt and Duke City goes up three at 6:11 in the third. Venom 35 Duke City 45.
Bray took off with the next kickoff giving the Venom the ball on the Duke City 23.
N. Davis used a deep pass to R Johnson Jr. for the touchdown. Hollabaugh pat is good Venom 42 Duke City 45, 5:26 in the third.
The next ball was taken out by Robinson, but a flag on Duke City put the ball on their own 24. Taking a play from N. Davis, Holbrook uses a deep pass to D. Davis for the touchdown. Nachu remained perfect. Venom 42 Duke City 52 with 5:00 left in the third.
Bray takes the kickoff up to the Venom 15 then a N. Davis pass to R. Johnson Jr. moves the ball to the Duke City 22. A pass to Amey is a gain of eight, and incomplete pass and a handoff to Bray bring up a loss of three. N. Davis tried a keeper, but was tripped up and fumbled. Ball was recovered by Duke City on their own 10.
Holbrook got off two plays to move the ball up to the Duke City 15 to end out the third quarter.
Nachu's kickoff flew into the stands and the Venom got the ball midfield. N. Davis kept the ball to move up one yard then took two plays to find R. Johnson Jr. putting the ball on the Duke City 13. A pass to Ricardo Johnson got the Venom in the endzone then a good kick from Hollabaugh put the Venom 49 Duke City 59 with 10:47 left in the game.
Hollabaugh's kickoff went into the stands and Duke City starts midfield. Holbrook used a handoff to D. Davis, pass to Manley, pitch to D. Davis to move the ball up to the Venom seven. An attempted pass to Maley was broken up by Demario Donnell bringing up third and goal with the ball on the Venom seven. Holbrook headed to the endzone, but was stopped by Triplett at the one. Holbrook kept the ball again and put six on the board. Flag on the Venom was declined and the addition of the pat with 6:23 left in the game Venom 49 Duke City 66.
Kickoff was taken by Bray, but he was brought down on the one. Venom get the ball on their own five. N. Davis used three plays to find Amey twice moving the ball up to the Venom 22. N. Davis had another incomplete pass, flags were thrown for the late hit then picked up! N. Davis found Watson twice to get the ball into the endzone. A two point conversion failed with 2:12 left in the game, Venom 55 Duke City 65.
Hollabaugh used an onsides kick, but it was recovered by Duke City giving them the ball on the Venom nine. Holbrook passed to Kelly for the touchdown and the extra point with 1:36 left in the game, Venom 55 Duke City 72.
Thomas took the next kickoff out to the Duke City 18, but the ball was pushed back for a facemask to the Venom 16. N. Davis used passes to R. Johnson, R. Johnson Jr. and Amey for the touchdown. A pass to DeCorte for the two point conversion with 22 seconds left in the game, Venom 63 Duke City 72.
Hollabaugh's onside kick was taken by Duke City on the Venom 15. A pass to D. Davis resulted in a touchdown and Nachu remained perfect with 15 seconds left in the game, Venom 63 Duke City 79.
Nachu's kickoff hops into the stands and the Venom start on their own 10 yard line but time ran out.
Duke City is now the lone leader of the CIFL going 8-2. Salina Liberty and Amarillo Venom both share second with 7-3.
By Chris Mabry
With the CIF season winding down, here is the top five places the CIF should expand to in 2019?
#5 Cleveland Ohio
Since the Cleveland Browns came back to the NFL in 1999 it has been the laughing stock of the league. But, when the Gladiators moved from Los Angeles to Cleveland, it brought renewed life for the struggling city and state. I'm sure since the Gladiators left this past season, their fans are looking and hoping for a comeback. Hopefully, a comeback with the CIF. Coming to the CIF will have a better market value than the AFL, IFL, and NAL. THey will have a better audience and better attendance than before and maybe a better chance at a championship.
#4 Detroit, Michigan
Since the last government shutdown, Lions struggling in games, and no indoor football team since the AFL began, Detroit is a perfect spot for the struggling economy. By having a team in the CIF will have a brand new start with Detroit and it will bring in new fans.
#3 Chicago, Illinois 141-97-0
For five seasons, Chicago, Illinois has been without an Arena Football team. Yes, they have the Chicago Bears NFL team, but when the NFL is done for the season, the city of Chicago needs a second team to fill the void. When Arena Football was in the Windy City was from 1987-1989. The Chicago Bruisers went 14-10 in two seasons including playoffs. Speaking of playoffs, the Bruisers went 1-2 losing those two games to Detroit and winning their one playoff game also against Detroit.
After the city went on a 12 year hiatus, the AFL welcomed a new team to Chicago called the Chicago Rush. From 2001-2013 the Chicago Rush were a beter team then their previous team. In 12 seasons, the Rush had an impressive overall record of 127-87 and they won Arena Bowl XX.
Now is a good time for a Chicago franchise to come to the CIF. A team in Chicago will profit from the franchise from tickets to watch parties in bars and restraints. Plus, if a team happens to return, they don't have to worry about getting fans to watch te games or attend one. They already have them.
Chicago Bruisers: (1987-1989) 14-10-0 - including playoffs
Chicago Rush: (2001-2013) 127-87 - including playoffs
#2 Seattle, Washington
With the Seahawks dominating the NFL, its time to bring the CIF to Washington St. They can be called the 9th man and have a huge impact on opponets and a disadvantage on the opponents.
#1 Dallas, Texas
Yes, I know there is already two teams in Texas and one in the Dallas, Texas area, but when the AFL team Dallas Desperados were here and they played their games at the American Airlines Center, they brought in a lot of fans and filled the void when the Cowboys didn't play. Plus with the Marshals out of the CIF, they can always add another team their again if they chose too.
By Derek Harper
Last off-season was very busy and filled with quite a bit of drama, especially with the events that unfolded between Champions Indoor Football (CIF) and the Indoor Football League (IFL). The Sioux Falls Storm and Wichita Falls Nighthawks tried leaving for CIF as they thought they followed the process correctly. Following this the West Michigan Ironmen and Bloomington Edge left for the IFL after committing to the CIF. This breach of contract caused a legal battle to ensue. Both the Ironmen and Edge tried to return to the CIF, but refused to pay the $25k the CIF requested.
The Ironmen played one season in the Midwest Professional Indoor Football (MPIF), where they won the championship. The Ironmen will rejoin the CIF in 2019 with new ownership and the Edge will play a smaller independent schedule during the summer. When we asked the Edge about the rumor that they'd be returning to the CIF they replied with a quote from their General Manager that said "We have not had a single discussion with the CIF about re-joining that league and we do not anticipate any discussions with them." Bloomington's plans for the future are yet to be announced, but we'll be sure to keep everyone posted as news becomes available.
Recently we did research to figure out more of what happened and what could've happened if things had gone differently between the two leagues. It appears that last August the IFL and CIF were in talks of a merger but there were teams from each league who didn't agree on it. The teams that appeared to be against the merger were the Iowa Barnstormers, Nebraska Danger, Sioux Falls Storm, Sioux City Bandits, Duke City Gladiators, and Quad City Steamwheelers. It appears the defending United Bowl Champion, Arizona Rattlers were in the process of starting the merger as their ownership group filed trademarks for the Wichita Falls Nighthawks (now defunct), Green Bay Blizzard, Cedar Rapids Titans, West Michigan Ironmen, Centex Cavalry (now defunct), Omaha Beef, Kansas City Phantoms, Dallas Marshals (now defunct), Amarillo Venom, Bismarck Bucks, Texas Revolution, and Salina Liberty.
In November rumors started flying after the San Jose SaberCats got back online and a fan asked if they were coming back. The SaberCats replied not yet, more news after the first of the year. So far, there's been no word from San Jose. Then rumors started flying about a possible new west coast league that the Arizona Rattlers and San Jose SaberCats would be co-founders of. The Rattlers informed us that those rumors were false.
We reached out to IFL teams and a few other sources for comment on rumors such as the Cedar Rapids Titans moving to Tucson and what the IFL might look like with expansion come 2019. One source said they believed Cedar Rapids moving to Tucson was inked, while the Titans denied they're moving. When we asked Cedar Rapids about league expansion they said the league has several markets with potential ownership groups being explored for 2019 expansion. Should the Cedar Rapids Titans relocate to Tucson, they'd play at the Tucson Convention Center, currently home to the Tucson Roadrunners of the American Hockey League (AHL). The move would create an instant rivalry with the Arizona Rattlers who play at Talking Stick Resort Arena in Phoenix two hours north on Interstate 10. Cedar Rapids finished last season with a 1-15 record and currently sit at 1-10 this season with three games left. The Titans host the Nebraska Danger June 2nd before heading out on the road to finish the season with a game June 9th against the Green Bay Blizzard and June 16th against the Iowa Barnstormers.
The Sioux Falls Storm were also rumored to be the team moving to Tucson, we reached out to them and they said they're not moving. We then asked the Storm about the IFL's plan for expansion. The Storm said it was way too early at this point, but that the goal is to have a Midwest Division and a Western Division. We reached out to the Green Bay Blizzard and Nebraska Danger for comment, but have yet to receive a reply.
by Christopher Mabry
Game Stats - Team
Final Score: TEX 28; KC 41
Rushing Yards: TEX 1; KC 16
Passing Yards: TEX 171; KC 163
Total Yards: TEX 174; KC 177
1st Down: TEX 18; KC 12
3rd Down: TEX 6 of 13 (46 %); KC 2 of 8 (25 %)
4th Down: TEX 1 of 6 (17 %); KC 1 of 5 (20 %)
Penalties/Yards: TEX 3-31; KC 3-27
Possession Time: TEX 29:39; KC 29:38
Andrew Jackson (TEX): 20-42, 173 YDS, 3TD, 3INT
Donovan Portiere (KC): 18-31, 161 YDS, 4TD,
Darius Fudge (TEX) 13 ATT, 33 YDS, TD
Kenny Stokes (KC) 8 ATT, 16 YDS
Clinton Solomon (TEX): 4 REC, 44 YDS
Julian Walker (KC): 6 REC, 64 YDS, 2 TD's
Current CIF Standings - North Conference
Current CIF Standings - South Conference
By Tonya Swim
Amarillo, Texas - The Amarillo Venom will be traveling to Albuquerque, New Mexico Saturday for not only bragging rights, but also the top spot in the CIF Southern Division.
Anyone looking at the current stats would think they are seeing double because the two teams are so close in every regard with their stats.
The biggest difference is Duke City has a running game that they use often and effectively as well as their passing, that doesn't worry the Venom defense however. "We have been preparing to play a full game on defense, offense and special teams! If we do that we will be successful in the end. We will be ready." Stated Terrious Triplett, Defensive Back for the Venom.
The Salina Liberty is the lone team at the top of the Northern division, so a loss to Quad City Steamwheelers this weekend would propel the winner of the Venom/Duke City game to the top of the entire CIF.
The game will be broadcast on Pluto TV beginning at 7pm CST.
Pictured-Xavier Amey with a catch
Photo courtesy of Jason Helmick
By Aaron Castete
A trademark was filed earlier this week on Monday May 21st by National Sports Ventures LLC which is the National Arena League. The trademark was registered as "Nashville Kats", which confirms arena football is headed back to Nashville and the Kats are returning, but this time it'll be in the NAL. National Sports Ventures LLC had registered the Maine Mammoths and Carolina Cobras names months before the team's names were announced previously in 2017. Since 2017, Nashville has been one of many rumored markets to join the league. Sources reported that the Nashville team was on the brink of playing in 2018, but decided to hold off for more preparation.
Whether the team will play in Bridgestone Arena, home of the NHL's Predators, or the Nashville Municipal Auditorium, no one knows yet. The Kats will make their return for the third time. The addition of Nashville to the NAL is huge for multiple reasons. Nashville is a current NFL market, with a lot of fans who support the Tennessee Titans. The city has an NHL hockey team, which sells out almost every game as a result of passionate diehard fans. Geographically, Nashville is also a great fit too!
The Kats Original Incarnation (1997-2001):
After being unable to reach favorable agreements with the Bridgestone Arena which was controlled by the venue's primary tenant, the Nashville Predators of the National Hockey League, majority owner Mark Bloom sold the franchise in December 2001 to Virgil Williams, an Atlanta businessman. The team's departure was as a result of not being able to negotiate a favorable lease with the Predators. The Nashville Kats were one of the most thriving and developing teams in the AFL, with very high attendance. Following the move to Atlanta, this team would be rechristened the Georgia Force.
The Kats Second Incarnation (2005-2007):
The second incarnation of the Nashville Kats began play in 2005 at the then-Gaylord Entertainment Center, the home of the original Kats team. On October 10, 2007, after months of speculation, owner Bud Adams decided to shut down operations for the second time in Nashville Kats history. While ticket sales had been good initially, as the team didn't perform well on the field, the attendance dropped.
The Most Recent Team to play in Nashville, the Venom (2014-2015):
In 2014, a new indoor football team began play at the Nashville Municipal Auditorium as the Nashville Venom in the PIFL (Professional Indoor Football League. The team won the championship of its league in its initial season as a member, but it vanished (along with the league as a whole) after the 2015 season. Billy Back, current head coach of the NAL's Carolina Cobras was the head coach of the team along with QB Charles McCullum, WR Phillip Barnett, and WR Jordan Jolly who were members of the roster. Back, McCullum, Barnett, and Jolly, on July 12, 2014, were a part of the PIFL Cup Championship team, as they defeated the Lehigh Valley Steelhawks 64-43. Old foes you may say? Yes, the Venom faced the Columbus Lions and Lehigh Valley Steelhawks, current NAL members who were in the PIFL. Back, McCullum, Barnett, and Jolly have a history of playing against the Lions and Steelhawks.
By Derek Harper
We recently chatted with Iowa Barnstormers Head Coach Dixie Wooten about the success the team has had since he was hired as Head Coach prior to the start of the 2017 IFL season. The Barnstormers left the AFL after the 2014 season and played their first IFL season in 2015 where they 6-8, followed by a 4-12 season in 2016. Through their first two IFL seasons they were a combined 10-20.
In 2017 the team hired Dixie Wooten as Head Coach, who was coming off a successful season as the Offensive Coordinator of the IFL's Cedar Rapids Titans. The Titans went 12-4 losing in the United Conference Championship to the Sioux Falls Storm with Wooten as OC. In his first season as head coach of the Barnstormers, Wooten lead the team to a 13-3 record losing their United Conference Semifinal matchup to the Sioux Falls Storm.
Wooten credits the team's turnaround to the great coaching staff he hired. Wooten hired Marcus Coleman as Defensive Coordinator and Defensive Backs Coach and Malcolm Nelson as Defensive Line Coach and Special Teams Coordinator. This season he brought on Hurtis Chinn as Wide Receivers Coach.
Wooten stated they make their players buy into their system and their goals. He said his coaching staff makes sure players understand what opposing teams want to do to them. It's no secret he said that they want to work out every team they play.
When asked about their mindset for the rest of the season he said "It's a championship mindset around here. No matter who we play, we play to the standard of a champion. We study like a champion, we practice like champions, and we work hard like champions." He stated that right now they're in what he called the regular season playoffs to get home field advantage throughout the playoffs and that every game mattered.
To wrap up, we asked what he saw as the future for the IFL, specifically Iowa's future and if they had talked about joining a different league such as the NAL. He replied no and that the IFL is a strong league and will be even stronger next year. He used this week's game in Arizona as an example with how it drew 18,000 spectators with two great teams in a game that was an instant classic.
The IFL has always been one of the premier indoor leagues, but it's had it's weaknesses. Last off-season saw a legal battle between the CIF and IFL with breach of contract being the issue the case centered on. With six teams this season, hearing how the league is great and will be even greater next season makes you wonder if expansion is on the way in 2019 and what markets might be targeted.
The Idaho Horsemen are a team to keep your eye on as they're yet to make their decision on whether they'll be joining the CIF or IFL. There are other markets like Tucson and San Jose that've had rumors fly since last season. You can guarantee once the playoffs wrap up and a United Bowl Champion is crowned you'll be hearing quite a bit about changes within the IFL, expansion being most likely the hottest topic on the table.
By Chris Mabry
With three weeks to go until the 2018 playoffs, it's time for the playoff push to begin.
This Friday, the Texas Revolution will travel to Kansas City, Missouri to face the Kansas City Missouri for the first time. Last season the Phantoms entered the CIF as an expansion franchise. This season, the teams have had two totally different seasons.
Kansas City Phantoms
With the Kansas City Phantoms sitting on a 2-7 conference and overall record and second to last in the South conference, it doesn't look like they will make the postseason in their second season. Even though their total yards are in the 2,000 range.
Quarterback Donovan Portiere went 24-39, 195-yards, 3TD, 2INT
Last week, the Texas Revolution got their third straight win not including the two forfeited victories by the Dallas Marshals After bringing back their head coach Victor Mann and switched starting quarterbacks, teams are having trouble winning against them.
Last week, the Texas Revolution got a win against their conference Rivals, the Duke City Gladiators.