The owners of the Salt Lake Screaming Eagles and Colorado Crush, made notable for their decision this season to let fans decide almost everything, are apparently looking to start up an entire indoor football league based on that same idea. Continue reading Team that lets fans call plays wants an entire league based on that idea
Minor league indoor football often uses all sorts of gimmicks to try to get people to care about the team, or more importantly, in the door spending money.
One day after announcing the Salt Lake Screaming Eagles would be leaving it up to the fans on if they would offer former NFL Pro Bowl defensive lineman Greg Hardy a contract, the results are in.
In minor league indoor football, you do whatever you can to make news and get attention, which potentially leads to fans in the arena on gameday.
The Salt Lake Screaming Eagles are the poster child for this sort of things, being run as a “fan”chise where fans make all the decisions, including what uniforms the team will wear, and what plays the team will run during the game.
That fan power has now extended to what players they will sign, as the team apparently has reached a deal with serial domestic abuser Greg Hardy, formerly of the Dallas Cowboys.
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It’s only February 17, but we may have just witnessed the sporting event of the year last night in the Indoor Football League.
The league kicked off its 2017 season in the most bizarre, amazing, and entertaining way you could have possibly imagined.
The fans called the plays, the fans and players stormed the field, and camera crews tried to show a doctor working on an injured player.
And that was just the first half.
In a pretty big move for minor league indoor football coverage, the Indoor Football League announced Tuesday that is has reached a deal with YouTube to broadcast all 2017 games live and free online.