Written By: Aaron Castete
The Spring League's 2020 Fall Season, which began Tuesday, October 27th, has been having several of their games aired on FS1. The Spring League is providing fans some entertainment on Tuesdays and Wednesdays, to fill the void of College Football and the NFL's off-days. Fans across the country have given some positive ratings on The Spring League, and fans are enjoying seeing some talented players who want another shot at things.
If The Spring League can sign a deal to play on FS1 in the prime of College Football and NFL season, then why can't the Indoor Football League or National Arena League do it in the Spring, where there is ZERO football on National Television? Now is the perfect opportunity for the IFL and NAL to negotiate a deal with FS1, and promote the brand of Arena/Indoor Football on National Television yet again!
The Arena/Indoor brand is a hard-hitting, fast-paced, and thrilling brand of football. Arena/Indoor Football is like when you add seasoning to that bland dish your grandmother cooked, and boom, there is a brand new taste that you have discovered. The game would appeal to both fans of the NFL and College Football. They could even see some former players from their favorite teams, continuing their careers and grinding day by day.
So, I challenge the Indoor Football League and National Arena League front office staff members to branch out, and try to get a deal done to put their brand of football on National Television.
11/13/2020 04:03:32 pm
Got to admit it but paragraph #2 makes for a compelling case for such a case.
7/27/2021 04:03:16 pm
I would agree
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