Champions Indoor Football had one of these delightful stories shakeout this past weekend by a team that was in first place, and appeared to be set to lock up the overall top-seed for the upcoming CIF playoffs. Continue reading Minor league indoor football team in 1st place has two wins vacated, creates playoff chaos
One of the appeals of indoor football at any level is that the game is wide open, and is amazingly tilted towards helping the offense, even more than the NFL.
Sunday afternoon in Champions Indoor Football, two teams went all out, combining for 191 total points, more than 650 combined passing yards, and more than 800 yards of combined offense. Oh and a ton of kicks returned for touchdowns. Continue reading Minor league indoor football team scores 95 in regulation, loses anyway
Since the start of minor league indoor football season, news has been pretty dry.
It’s still early in the season, some teams that will probably fold after or during the season are still hanging onto the dream, and wild stories about players bouncing from league to league in search of glory haven’t surfaced yet.
But today, we have some pretty dang good minor league indoor football league news.
For some reason, and I swear to you have I have no idea why, the local minor league indoor football team, the Amarillo Venom, have blocked me on Twitter. Continue reading “For some reason, the local minor league indoor football team blocked me on Twitter”
You probably read that headline and thought, “How can you possibly have a kick return for a touchdown without getting any yards?”
Well, today is your lucky day, as we prove is it possible, thanks to the Sioux City Bandits of Champions Indoor Football. Continue reading “Here is a zero-yard kick return for a touchdown, yes, zero yards”
For as much as I post about and search for news about minor league indoor football, I have to confess that in my life I had been to one game in my entire, that was in 2015 when I went to a Billings Wolves (RIP) game.
I love it mainly because of all the crazy stories you hear about teams folding, or not paying their players, or having to play their entire first season on the road because they couldn’t reach an agreement with a local arena.
That changed last night as our (new) hometown team, the Amarillo Venom played host to the Dallas Marshals in their 2017 Champions Indoor Football home opener.
If there’s one thing we love to cover here at HOTSPROTSTAKES.com, it’s crappy teams in crappy leagues that only exist because someone had the money to start it up, and little money to do anything else.
Which brings us back to the Dayton Wolfpack of the National Arena League.
Last we heard, there was a chance they were going to fold without ever having played a game. The good news is, that isn’t the case. The bad news, football fans in Dayton will still never get to see them play. At least in 2017 Continue reading “Peak minor league indoor football: New team in new league will play every game on the road”
You might remember NFL great Terrell Owns for a variety of different reasons, be it his amazing catches, crazy touchdown dances, or outspoken behavior off the field.
Well, T.O. may be making a comeback. In indoor football.
Fresh off leaving Champions Indoor Football the River City Raiders, based out of St. Charles, Missouri, appear to have landed on their feet and joined a new league.
Champions Indoor Football, the largest indoor football league in the country, has dropped two teams and will now play the 2017 season with 14 teams split up into two divisions.