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CBS SPORTS NETWORK
« on: June 12, 2015, 08:45:55 PM »
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Re: CBS SPORTS NETWORK
« Reply #1 on: June 12, 2015, 08:50:49 PM »
WEEK 1


NORFOLK 12 @ BOSTON 17
MAINE 9 @ MIAMI 14
SACRAMENTO 42 @ OKLAHOMA CITY 14
ALBUQUERQUE 9 @ TIJUANA 14
MICHIGAN 20 @ VANCOUVER 17

Offensive player of the week: Justin Smith (QB) (SAC) - 26/33 281 yards 5 TDs, 1 INT
Defensive player of the week: Tom Payne (LB) (MIA) - 6 Tackles, 1 Sack, 1 INT
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Re: CBS SPORTS NETWORK
« Reply #2 on: June 12, 2015, 10:59:08 PM »
WEEK 2


SACRAMENTO 21 @ ALBUQUERQUE 14
TIJUANA 7 @ BOSTON 31
MICHIGAN 21 @ MIAMI 27
MAINE 7 @ NORFOLK 27
VANCOUVER 10 @ OKLAHOMA CITY 31

Offensive player of the week: Donald Brunner (RB) (MIA) - 22 att, 125 yards, 2 TD, 6 rec, 73 yards
Defensive player of the week: Timothy Barton (FS) (MIA) - 5 Tackles, 1 Sack, 1 INT

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Re: CBS SPORTS NETWORK
« Reply #3 on: June 12, 2015, 11:02:59 PM »
WEEK 3


MIAMI 33 @ ALBUQUERQUE 7
MICHIGAN 16 @ MAINE 34
BOSTON 17 @ OKLAHOMA CITY 41
VANCOUVER 28 @ SACRAMENTO 49
NORFOLK 26 @ TIJUANA 10

Offensive player of the week: Justin Smith (QB) (SAC) 28/38, 426 yards, 6 TDs
Defensive player of the week:John Zambrano (DE) (ABQ) - 9 Tackles, 2 Sacks, 1 FR
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« Reply #4 on: July 08, 2015, 01:52:33 PM »
WEEK 4


NORFOLK 17 @ MAINE 25
BOSTON 7 @ MICHIGAN 17
ALBUQUERQUE 24 @ SACRAMENTO 34
VANCOUVER 30 @ TIJUANA 7

Offensive player of the week: John Haggard - RB (SAC): 16 att, 100 yards, 4 rec, 79 yds, 2 TD
Defensive player of the week: Glenn Caldwell - CB (ABQ): 8 Tackles, 1 INT, 1 PD, 1 DTD
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« Reply #5 on: July 08, 2015, 01:54:37 PM »
WEEK 5


BOSTON 19 @ ALBUQUERQUE 24
MAINE 10 @ MICHIGAN 20
MIAMI 24 @ NORFOLK 21
TIJUANA 13 @ SACRAMENTO 16
OKLAHOMA CITY 28 @ VANCOUVER 17

Offensive player of the week: Donald Brunner - RB (MIA): 25 att, 141 yards, 8 Rec, 115 yards
Defensive player of the week: Gerald Heller - LB (MIA): 11 Tackles, 2 Sacks
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« Reply #6 on: July 08, 2015, 02:00:02 PM »
WEEK 6


BOSTON 30 @ MAINE 10
SACRAMENTO 41 @ MIAMI 17
NORFOLK 17 @ MICHIGAN 27
ALBUQUERQUE 10 @ OKLAHOMA CITY 31
TIJUANA 16 @ VANCOUVER 28

Offensive player of the week: Edward Hines - RB (VAN): 24 att, 89 yards, 2 TD, 6 rec, 74 yards, 1 TD
Defensive player of the week: Donald Manley - LB (BOS): 3 Tackles, 2 Sacks, 1 Safety
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« Reply #7 on: July 08, 2015, 02:01:34 PM »
WEEK 7


VANCOUVER 20 @ ALBUQUERQUE 16
MIAMI 10 @ MAINE 17
BOSTON 23 @ NORFOLK 13
OKLAHOMA CITY 16 @ SACRAMENTO 13
MICHIGAN 6 @ TIJUANA 23

Offensive player of the week: Donald Brunner - RB (MIA): 24 att, 108 yards, 1 rec, 58 yards
Defensive player of the week: James Hogue - LB (MAN): 12 Tackles, 1 Sack

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« Reply #8 on: July 08, 2015, 02:08:58 PM »
MID-SEASON STANDINGS



EASTERN CONFERENCE
MIAMI: 4-2, 125 PF, 116 PA, 2-1 (HOME), 2-1 (ROAD), 3-1 (CONF)
MICHIGAN: 4-3, 127 PF, 135 PA, 3-0 (HOME), 1-3 (ROAD), 3-2 (CONF)
BOSTON: 4-3, 144 PF, 124 PA, 2-0 (HOME), 2-3 (ROAD), 3-1 (CONF)
MAINE: 3-4, 112 PF, 134 PA, 3-1 (HOME), 0-3 (ROAD), 3-4 (CONF)
NORFOLK: 2-5, 133 PF, 133 PA, 1-2 (HOME), 1-3 (ROAD), 1-5 (CONF)


WESTERN CONFERENCE
SACRAMENTO: 6-1, 216 PF, 126 PA, 3-1 (HOME), 3-0 (ROAD), 5-1 (CONF)
OKLAHOMA CITY: 5-1, 161 PF, 109 PA, 3-1 (HOME), 2-0 (ROAD), 4-1 (CONF)
VANCOUVER: 3-4, 150 PF, 167 PA, 1-2 (HOME), 2-2 (ROAD), 3-3 (CONF)
TIJUANA: 2-5, 90 PF, 146 PA, 2-2 (HOME), 0-3 (ROAD), 1-3 (CONF)
ALBUQUERQUE: 1-6, 104 PF, 172 PA, 1-3 (HOME), 0-3 (ROAD), 0-5 (CONF)
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Re: CBS SPORTS NETWORK
« Reply #9 on: July 11, 2015, 01:44:52 PM »
MID-SEASON LEAGUE LEADERS



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« Reply #10 on: July 11, 2015, 01:56:04 PM »
WEEK 8


TIJUANA 10 @ ALBUQUERQUE 45
SACRAMENTO 17 @ BOSTON 35
VANCOUVER 28 @ MIAMI 31
OKLAHOMA CITY 7 @ NORFOLK 12

Offensive player of the week: Richard Harbin - QB (MIA): 28/42, 318 yards, 3 TD
Defensive player of the week: Alvin Stephenson - SS (BOS): 9 Tackles, 1 INT, 1 Sack, 1 DTD

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« Reply #11 on: July 11, 2015, 02:47:46 PM »
WEEK 9


MAINE 10 @ BOSTON 20
NORFOLK 31 @ MIAMI 24
OKLAHOMA CITY 24 @ MICHIGAN 13
SACRAMENTO 23 @ TIJUANA 20
ALBUQUERQUE 38 @ VANCOUVER 21

Offensive player of the week:  Edward Hines - RB (VAN): 21 att, 142 yards, 1 TD, 4 rec, 53 yards
Defensive player of the week: William Vazquez - FS (NOR): 6 Tackles, 2 INT, 1 DTD
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« Reply #12 on: July 11, 2015, 03:04:12 PM »
WEEK 10


OKLAHOMA CITY 14 @ MAINE 17
BOSTON 26 @ MIAMI 15
MICHIGAN 10 @ NORFOLK 42

Offensive player of the week: Howard Wilkerson - QB (NOR): 12/18, 196 yds, 4 TDs
Defensive player of the week: Charlie Olds - CB (NOR): 5 Tackles, 2 INT, 1 DTD
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« Reply #13 on: July 11, 2015, 03:11:11 PM »
WEEK 11


MICHIGAN 3 @ BOSTON 20
ALBUQUERQUE 24 @ NORFOLK 17
MIAMI 3 @ OKLAHOMA CITY 30
MAINE 13 @ TIJUANA 10
SACRAMENTO 21 @ VANCOUVER 27

Offensive player of the week: Daniel Mace - RB (BOS): 26 att, 121 yards, 1 TD, 1 rec, 17 yards, 1 TD
Defensive player of the week: James Hogue - LB (MAN): 2 Tackles, 2 Sacks
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« Reply #14 on: July 11, 2015, 03:14:28 PM »
WEEK 12


VANCOUVER 31 @ BOSTON 23
ALBUQUERQUE 26 @ MAINE 20
MIAMI 27 @ MICHIGAN 21
TIJUANA 13 @ OKLAHOMA CITY 6
NORFOLK 0 @ SACRAMENTO 26

Offensive player of the week: Donald Brunner - RB (MIA): 18 att, 101 yards, 6 rec, 57 yards, 1 TD
Defensive player of the week: John Zambrano - DE (BOS): 8 Tackles, 3 Sacks, 1 Safety
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« Reply #15 on: July 11, 2015, 03:17:30 PM »
WEEK 13


OKLAHOMA CITY 31 @ ALBUQUERQUE 10
TIJUANA 9 @ MIAMI 14
MICHIGAN 17 @ SACRAMENTO 41
MAINE 13 @ VANCOUVER 16

Offensive player of the week: Joseph Willoughby - RB (OKC): 12 att, 42 yards, 1 TD, 2 rec, 109 yards, 1 TD
Defensive player of the week: Robert Askew - SS (OKC): 7 Tackles, 1 INT, 1 DTD
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« Reply #16 on: July 11, 2015, 03:20:41 PM »
WEEK 14


MIAMI 3 @ BOSTON 26
ALBUQUERQUE 30 @ MICHIGAN 9
MAINE 10 @ SACRAMENTO 41
OKLAHOMA CITY 23 @ TIJUANA 3
NORFOLK 23 @ VANCOUVER 8

Offensive player of the week: Justin Smith - QB (SAC): 15/27, 226 yards, 4 TD
Defensive player of the week: Ricky Ramirez - DE (SAC): 6 Tackles, 2 Sacks
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« Reply #17 on: July 11, 2015, 03:30:56 PM »
END OF SEASON STANDINGS



EASTERN CONFERENCE
yz-BOSTON: 9-4, 294 PF, 203 PA, 6-1 (home), 3-3 (away), 7-1 (conf)
x-MIAMI: 7-6, 242 PF, 287 PA, 4-3 (home), 3-3 (away), 4-4 (conf)
x-NORFOLK: 6-7, 258 PF, 232 PA, 3-3 (home), 3-4 (road), 3-5 (conf)
x-MAINE: 5-8, 195 PF, 261 PA, 4-2 (home), 1-6 (road), 3-5 (conf)
MICHIGAN: 4-9, 200 PF, 319 PA, 3-3 (home), 1-6 (road), 3-5 (conf)


WESTERN CONFERENCE
yz-SACRAMENTO: 10-3, 385 PF, 235 PA, 6-1 (home), 4-2 (road), 6-2 (conf)
x-OKLAHOMA CITY: 9-4, 296 PF, 180 PA, 4-2 (home), 5-2 (road), 6-2 (conf)
x-VANCOUVER: 6-7, 281 PF, 316 PA, 3-4 (home), 3-3 (away), 4-4 (conf)
x-ALBUQUERQUE: 6-7, 277 PF, 280 PA, 2-4 (home), 4-3 (away), 2-6 (conf)
TIJUANA: 3-10, 155 PF, 270 PA, 2-5 (home), 1-5 (road), 2-6 (conf)
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« Reply #18 on: July 11, 2015, 03:34:47 PM »
END OF SEASON LEAGUE LEADERS



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« Reply #19 on: July 11, 2015, 03:39:58 PM »
SEASON 2 PLAYOFFS



EASTERN CONFERENCE
4Maine 10 @ 1Boston 20

3Norfolk 10 @ 2Miami 44

WESTERN CONFERENCE
4Albuquerque 10 @ 1Sacramento 17

3Vancouver 7 @ 2Oklahoma City 34
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« Reply #20 on: July 11, 2015, 03:44:44 PM »
SEASON 2 PLAYOFFS CONFERENCE FINALS



EASTERN CONFERENCE
2Miami  20 @ 1Boston 23 F/OT


WESTERN CONFERENCE
2Oklahoma City 13 @ 1Sacramento 35
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« Reply #21 on: July 11, 2015, 04:03:47 PM »
SEASON 2 PREMIER LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP GAME




1BOSTON BLIZZARD vs. 1SACRAMENTO WHITE TIGERS


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« Reply #22 on: July 11, 2015, 04:12:46 PM »
SEASON 2 AWARDS


MVP Donald Brunner - RB (MIA): 279 att, 1210 yards, 8 TD, 63 Rec, 711 yards, 3 TD

PLAYOFF MVP Mack Morrison - QB (BOS): 61/104, 768 yds, 5 TD

OFFENSIVE POTY Justin Smith - QB (SAC): 261/406, 3612 yards, 39 TD

DEFENSIVE POTY John Zambrano - DE (BOS): 54 Tackles, 14 Sacks, 1 Safety, 1 Fumble Recovery

OFFENSIVE ROTY Philip Ramsey - RB (MAN): 180 att, 1131 yards, 7 TD, 8 Rec, 79 yards

DEFENSIVE ROTY Alvin Stephenson - SS ((BOS): 100 Tackles, 7 Sacks, 2 INT, 1 DTD
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« Reply #23 on: July 11, 2015, 04:15:32 PM »
SEASON 2 PRO BOWL


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« Reply #24 on: November 25, 2015, 05:04:00 PM »
APL SEASON 3 PREVIEW


With the mass exodus of players from the American Premier League due to a major union falling out followed by the massive expansion in the league and a new crop of talented players to rebuild the league's good name this off-season it only feels right to give a quick look at each team in the league along with a layout of the league's new divisional format.  The twenty-team league now has four divisions containing five teams each.  The division are as follows:

NORTHERN CONFERENCE


Canadian Division

Calgary Stampede
The Stampede are lead on offense by the trio of QB Jim Knapp, RB Richard Menendez, and WR Daniel Winter, but on defense the real talent appears to be the linebacker duo of Thomas Brady and Henry Beard. Head Coach Brandon Skye will have to have his 3-4 defense control games however as the Stampede's triples on offense are far from superstars.

Halifax Wildcats
Former Canadian-League star Mark Naranjo leads the Wildcats on offense but outside of the speedy back Halifax lacks real talent.  A team of roleplayers, someone will have to step up if Jimmy Eubanks is going to keep his job as a head coach.

Toronto Honey Badgers
The Honey Badgers star WR Max Ramos takes what he wants and he will look to showcase his abilities this season to impress HIFL scouts.  It has been made known that Ramos wants to join the HIFL and with his speed and talents the 26 year old should be in high demand for a team looking for an already developed pass catcher to boost their offense. On defense 25 year old Michael Callahan looks like a tackling machine, and Toronto hopes that he can cover for some of their other faults on D.

Vancouver Wolverines
Big, Nasty David Neuman is one of the best Defensive linemen in the APL this year and the 6'6 328 pound DT will be the key cog in the Wolverines run stopping defensive front. On offense WR Ernie Peterson has not shied away from rumors of a move to the HIFL if the opportunity presents itself.  While not a speed-freak, Peterson's massive hands and great route running make him an inciting option for teams looking for a strong second option for their QB.

Winnipeg Polar Bears
Matthew Ackerman may be small, but he is dynamic! Whether it's running the football catching out of the backfield, lining up in the slot, or returning kicks, while he may not be a superstar at any one thing, he can do a bit of everything for this club.  The Bears will rely heavily on his big-play ability and on the flip side, Cornerback Christian Ortiz has dared QBs to throw his way, claiming he will average an INT per game this season... Big talk from an otherwise unproven talent.


All in all it looks like the Stampede's division for the taking unless a team pulls together and surprises us all, Calgary may not be a powerhouse, but they have a trio of players who are comfortable with each other and a coaching staff who is focused on stopping the opponent from scoring points.



American Division

Boston Blizzard
The best defense in the APL will look to be even better this year with the addition of Marcus Jackson at Nose Tackle.  The 25 year old beast is strong, fast for a 330 pounder, and can get to the QB or stuff the run.  Consistent and Tough, Jackson is going to free up lanes for the trio of Gomez, Coats, and Sanders to blitz from the linebacker positions in the Freeser-Defense.

Maine Red Lobsters
First round draft pick Nelson Hughes is already being considered as a dark horse defensive player of the year candidate, the Speedy and hard hitting free safety has Maine buzzing as they look to get a winning season under their belt.  On offense the team will rely on a pair of veteran running backs in the faster back Joel McCullogh and the power back George Ellington who will be looking to tackle Jack Lyon to be opening holes for them this season.

Michigan Monsters
Former Purdue standout Joseph Mowery is all alone on offense, the 25 year old running back can do it all and deserves to be playing on a better team, but Michigan is unlikely to deal the fast and powerful running back unless it is to a HIFL team for several offensive prospects.   The Defense in Michigan is anchored by a strong combo of DE George Gaskins and DT Marcus Russell, a duo that should lead to a high volume of sacks this season for the Monsters of Michigan.

Sacramento White Tigers
Sure their owner is under fire for his love of all things "white" but QB Cesar Vogel and his high powered offense of TE Travis Woodworth, WR Dana Fernandez, and Vogel's college roommate WR Christopher Perales will hope that the scoreboard will outshine the controversy as the Tigers look to return to the championship game.

Seattle Rhinos
Linebacker Shakiel Deal looks like a huge trade target for the HIFL, the multi-Talented defender wants "bigger and better competition" and believes the HIFL is the answer.  Look for him to be a DPOTY candidate this season.  On offense WR Terry Werner is a young developing star for Israel Almanza to throw to in the red zone.


The White Tigers are the team to beat, but now that they are in the same division as the team that beat them last season for the league championship, expect to see a constant battle for power. Boston is great, but Sacramento's offense, over a full season, is better.  Look for Michigan to make some noise if Mowery gets help on offense.


SOUTHERN CONFERENCE

Mexican Division

Cancun Great Whites
Lead by middle linebacker Benjamin Wallace on defense and RB Josue Dortch on offense Cancun plans on shaking things up this season.  The biggest question is who starts at QB? First round pick David Watson has the arm to throw the ball 60+ yards at any time, but veteran Robert Trevino can make plays with his legs in a pinch.

Guadalajara Sidewinders
First round pick Daniel Fennell is a runningback who will hopefully help the Sidewinders put up points, if so the team will succeed due to a scary-good defense. Ronny Santiago and William Pruitt are a force at DE and the duo of Stephen Cotter and William Callaway make the linebacker corps just as scary.

Mexico City Luchadores
Bernard Viera is a talented young WR who hopes that QB James Latham can get him the ball.  On Defense the team will seek an identity, but the team lacks a true star on defense. Jeffrey Dupont will be asked to get to the QB, if he can not do so the team will struggle to keep teams out of the end zone.

Monterrey Porcupines
Scott Larue is a 6'6 306 lbs defensive end who collected 16 sacks last year in the Mexican league.  Now in the APL with Monterrey he will look to chase Jackie Andrews' single season sack record and with his blend of size speed, and power, he could become one of the most feared DE's in the game.

Tijuana Donkeys
In the off-season the Donkeys made a move to acquire young promising QB Thomas Walsh from Orlando.  With an extra half-year of training, Walsh is said to be looking like a great player.  Walsh has been praised for his football IQ and his elusiveness in the pocket, if he can make a star out of WR David Pulley or his running back, former Lincoln Pride back Carl Kraft, the Donkeys will definitely be pleased.

Cancun looks like a potential conference finalist, their fans at home are expected to be the loudest in the league, and homefield advantage coupled with the talent on board could be all it takes to see a Mexican Division team in the APL Championship game.

American Division

Albuquerque Panthers
WR Wayne Battle has some of the best hands in the Premier League. He and QB James Merrell will need to find some chemistry quickly if the Panthers are going to keep pace with the rest of the division.  Rookie WR Darryl Spurgeon will look to use his time in the APL to prove he is just as dynamic as his older brother John, who is currently a star in New Jersey for the HIFL.

Miami Killer Whales
WRs Mark Bello and Jame Murphy team with RBs Eddie Gutierrez and Donald Fountain, and Tight End Ramon Triplett to give QB Domingo Milner a plethora of targets and options on offense.  South Beach could have one of the best offenses in the league this season but their defense is a question mark.  Juan Albert and Anthony Stephens offer hope at LB and DE, but the secondary is weak behind Desmond Hunter. 

Norfolk Pirates
Top flight Strong Safety Timothy Decker is a perfect fit for a defense needing a hybrid LB/Safety.  The 6'3 225 lbs "monster back" could be on his way out of Norfolk if the right offer comes along, and with his speed, power, and hands he could become a game changer on the HIFL level. Norfolk is said to be looking for a QB and a young WR to learn behind veteran Dale Irwin.

Oklahoma City Hawks
The Hawks may have lost more talent than any other team due to the exodus of former players after the union strike... Now they will look to build around an offense featuring solid WR Keith Barrios, RB Bob Schulz, and a pair of unproven QBs in Michael Batson and John Seiler.  On defense John Arellano and a host of unknowns will try to keep the Hawks in games.

Texas Minutemen
"Speedy Gonzalez" Timmy Sanchez may be old but he is still fast.  The RB will try to hold off the younger Pablo Snider as the lead dog in the Minutemen's offense.  James Martn runs the show at QB but a lack of younger WRs may hurt Texas going forward.  One solution, make a deal for youth by moving blue-chip prospect Free Safety Lanny Folse.  The 26 year old Corner/Saftey hybrid is fast and sure handed, and a player many see as a turnover creating machine in the future.


The division is Norfolk's to lose, I don't see a team outside of Miami who can even give them a scare so I expect the Pirates to pillage the newly formed American-South division.



PREMIER LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP PREDICTION
Sacramento White Tigers 27 - Cancun Great Whites 22

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« Reply #25 on: December 31, 2015, 12:34:02 AM »
SEASON 3 RESULTS AND STATISTICS



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« Reply #26 on: December 31, 2015, 01:42:07 AM »
SEASON 3 FALLOUT









   


Oklahoma City --- First year head coach Metro Buyers and his staff in Oklahoma City got the Hawks off to a remarkable start.  15 straight wins to start the season, with aspirations for not only 16-0, but also for 19-0 and the Premier League Championship, but despite all the aspirations, the Hawks dream season came crashing down on their home turf as the 7-8 Texas Minutemen came into the season finale with nothing to play for but pride.

..After jumping out to a 14-0 lead, Texas got a scare, letting OKC score 16 2nd half points bringing the game to 21-16 with 5 minutes to play. Texas would go 3 and out giving OKC the ball back with 3:20 to play from the Texas 44.  Needing a TD to win, the team began to drive.  Moving 17 yards on the first play of the drive, but on 4th and 7, the team could not convert from the Texas 24, and Texas would take 3 knees to end the perfect season for Oklahoma City.

The loss seemed to rattle the team, who then ran into 8-8 Miami in the first round of the playoffs.

Miami went down 5-0 after a bizarre first 3 quarters, things got worse for Oklahoma City after QB J. Seiler scrambled before being tackled by A. Boyd, fumbling the ball, and giving Miami the football at the OKC-48 with only minutes to play.

Down 5, Miami drove the football with a 26 and 16 yard pass on back to back plays, before J. Smith hit J. Murphy on a 6 yard TD pass.  Eddie Gutierrez would run the football in for the 2 pt conversion, making it a 3 pt game with only 2:04 to play.

Oklahoma City once again tried to drive the field, but with time expiring, David McElroy missed a 60 yd FG attempt, as the ball fell short of the crossbar.

Despite the tough ending to the season, rookie HC Metro Buyers was named APL Coach of the Year, and committed to the league for the long term, signing a multi-year extension, vowing to make the HIFL regret not even interviewing him for a job before he moved on to the OKC Job.
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« Reply #27 on: March 01, 2016, 11:11:10 AM »
AMERICAN PREMIER LEAGUE IN FINANCIAL TROUBLE?!





   


BOSTON --- Rumors have been swirling around the APL for weeks now that the 2016 season is a critical one for the football league.  With the rapid success and fan support that the HIFL has garnered over the past several years, the Premier League appears to be struggling to sell out arenas and pay contracts, leaving many to believe the "alternative league" could be in jeopardy and the league could potentially fold before they even complete their 2016 season, which has been paralleling the HIFL season.

The APL doubled down on their popularity as a fun alternative to the HIFL when the more popular league was in its offseason, opting to attempt to compete instead of compliment, and so far the result has been a tragic failure with fans paying more to see HIFL football and staying home to watch the HIFL instead of traveling to their home-APL team's games on the same day.

If the APL were to suddenly fold, many talented names would suddenly become available in the HIFL as mid-late season acquisitions through free agency, a move that could truly shake up the stretch run for many HIFL teams and their General Managers.

One APL Owner said "I could be convinced to sell a player before the league closes instead of losing him forever, if a team really wanted a guy before other teams have a chance to sign him... but really, I'm just trying to keep this league together first and foremost."

Names like Roger Freeman, Darryl Spurgeon, Vega del Rio, Thomas Walsh, Reggie Lawson, and Carl Kraft are all expected to garner interest on the market.
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« Reply #28 on: July 09, 2016, 09:18:57 PM »
APL FINAL STANDINGS





   
NORTHERN CONFERENCE

CANADIAN DIVISION
y- Vancouver Wolverines - 12-4
x- Halifax Wildcats - 8-8
Calgary Stampede - 8-8
Winnipeg Polar Bears - 6-10
Toronto Honey Badgers - 5-11


AMERICAN DIVISION
z- Michigan Monsters - 12-4
x- Maine Red Lobsters - 9-7
Sacramento White Tigers - 8-8
Boston Blizzard - 6-10
Seattle Rhinos - 4-12


SOUTHERN CONFERENCE

AMERICAN DIVISION
y- Texas Minutemen - 10-6
x- Albuquerque Panthers - 9-7
Norfolk Pirates - 9-7
Oklahoma City Hawks - 8-8
Miami Killer Whales - 4-12

MEXICAN DIVISION
z- Monterrey Porcupines - 11-5
x- Cancun Great Whites - 10-6
Tijuana Donkeys - 8-8
Guadalajara Sidewinders - 7-9
Mexico City Luchadores - 6-10
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« Reply #29 on: July 09, 2016, 09:32:12 PM »
APL PLAYOFFS - ROUND 1




   


4 Halifax 14
@ 1 Michigan 44

3 Maine 12
@ 2 Vancouver 24


4 Albuquerque 24
@ 1 Monterrey 7

3 Tijuana 14
@ 2 Texas 23
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APL PLAYOFFS - SEMI FINALS




   

2 Vancouver 7
@ 1 Michigan 20


4 Albuquerque 23
@ 2 Texas 20
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APL PLAYOFFS - PREMIER LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP GAME




   
Albuquerque (11-7) vs Michigan (14-4)

SCORING SUMMARY
1st QT: 9:24 - ABQ TD, Russell Hamilton 5 yd Run (XP Good) 7-0 (ABQ)
1st QT: 4:54 - MICH FG, 27 yd FG by Joseph Lee - 7-3 (ABQ)
1st QT: 0:56 - ABQ TD, Russell Hamilton 3 yd Run (XP Good) 14-3 (ABQ)

2nd QT: 13:11 - MICH TD, Willie Whitney 7 yd pass from Homer Manuel (XP Good) 14-10 (ABQ)
2nd QT: 7:15 - ABQ FG, 32 yd FG by David Keenan -  17-10 (ABQ)
2nd QT: 2:58 - MICH TD, Frank Click 6 yd Run (XP Good) 17-17
2nd QT: 2:20 - MICH TD, Joseph Mowery 1 yd Run (XP Good) 17-24 (MICH)

3rd QT: 10:55 - ABQ TD, Stephen Pitt 1 yd run (XP Good) 24-24
3rd QT: 5:06 - ABQ FG, 23 yd FG by David Keenan - 27-24 (ABQ)

4th QT: 14:34 ABQ FG, 43 yd FG by David Keenan - 30-24 (ABQ)
4th QT: 7:32 MICH TD, James Jensen 3 yd pass from Homer Manuel (XP Good) 30-31 (MICH)
4th QT: 2:06 ABQ FG, 23 yd FG by David Keenan - 33-31 (ABQ)
4th QT: 0:10 MICH FG, 48 yd FG by Joseph Lee - 33-34 (MICH)

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