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  • Jacksonville 1st Mariner Arena - Baltimore, MD Saturday, April 12, 2014 - 8:00PM ET Baltimore

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    Jacksonville
    Breeze
    Standings 2-0
    Baltimore
    Charm
    1-1 Standings

    1st Mariner Arena - Baltimore, MD Saturday, April 12, 2014 - 8:00PM ET

    When the 2014 scheduled of LFL USA was released, many had circled the Jacksonville Breeze vs Baltimore Charm game as the game that would determine the powerhouse of the East. Many big questions were going to be answered in this game, could Morgan Spencer now run the Baltimore offense without the shadow of Angela Rypien? Is this Jacksonville Breeze group of veterans one of the best in the LFL? Would the retirement of long-time Tampa-Jacksonville head coach Yo Murphy have an effect? Can Baltimore continue to surprise people?

    With one of the deepest rosters in the LFL, the Jacksonville Breeze delivered on their top ranking in the Eastern Conference opening the season with an impressive win on the road in Baltimore. What many projected to be an Eastern Conference championship game preview, was only competitive through one half of play as Jacksonville scored 13 unanswered points in the 2nd half.

    The story of the night was the front line of Jacksonville, primarily center Dina Wojowski and tight ends Angie Williams and Adrian Purnell. The line dominated Baltimore’s defense front and controlled second year Baltimore defensive end Kym “BLANCA” Jack, opening up gapping holes for Saige Steinmetz who finished the night with a career high 143 yards on only 13 carries and scoring 3 touchdowns. Baltimore’s TC Mesta was held in check only gaining 27 yards on 6 carries as Baltimore fell behind and had to abandon the run in the 2nd half.

    Both offenses were going to move chains on this night, as early in the season the defenses struggle with little tackling and contact drills. The Baltimore offense did not disappoint the hometown crowd on its opening series mastering a 7 play 31 yard drive that ended with a Katie Fergeson 1 yard touchdown run to give Baltimore an early 6-0 lead. Fergeson is a rookie power running back that Baltimore wants to develop alongside TC Mesta.

    It did not take long after Fergeson’s score for the league’s most potent offense to strike back, as Saige Steinmetz exploded on the edge for a 24 yd touchdown run after a 3 play 35 yard scoring drive, Steinmetz gave Jacksonville a 7-6 lead after 1 quarter of play.

    The first half very much so delivered the intensity you would expect of this caliber of match-up, when Baltimore answered this time on the arm of Spencer finding Mesta for a 14 yard touchdown pass to re-gain the lead at 12-7 with 6:19 remaining in the half. Spencer looked confident most of the first half with a great control of the offense.

    With only :44 seconds remaining in the 1st half, Jacksonville capped a 2 play 19 yard scoring drive that only took 1:28 to take a 14-12 halftime lead. Despite being down 2 points, Baltimore was where they wanted to be, within striking distance.

    Through one half of play, Steinmetz was handily winning the running back match-up that most talked about heading into this game. Steinmetz finished the half with 83 yards on 6 carries while Mesta was held to 19 yards on 4 carries.

    Jacksonville rookie head coach Damon Jones also appeared to be out-coaching 2nd year coach Gary Clark of Baltimore who’s scheme of releasing key frontline personnel once again had his quarterback on the turf and under heavy pressure most of the 1st half.

    As the 2nd half opened Jacksonville asserted itself as the better team, scoring 13 unanswered points with two Steinmetz scores through the air with a Matheny to Steinmetz 4 yard touchdown pass as well as a 3 yard Steinmetz run. While the passing game for Jacksonville took a backseat to the power run game of Steinmetz, Matheny still managed to have a solid game completing 4 of 6 passes and a touchdown. In her first game without Angela Rypien breathing down her neck, Spencer struggled only completing 3 of 11 and throwing an interception.

    Baltimore will need to address its tackling issues on the defensive side of the ball and to improve their protection scheme offensively prior to their next game on Saturday, June 21 vs Toledo. Jacksonville luckily did not sustain any injuries as they now head back to Jacksonville to host Omaha Saturday, April 19 at Jacksonville Memorial Arena.


    Game Stats

    Jacksonville Baltimore
    Score 27 12
    First Downs 13 9
    Rushes-Yards (NET) 17-154 22-68
    Passing Yards (NET) 28 26
    Passes Att-Comp-Int 6-4-0 11-3-1
    Total Offense Plays-Yards 23-182 33-94
    Fumble Returns-Yards 0-0 0-0
    Kickoff Returns-Yards 1-15 1-25
    Interception Returns-Yards 1-0 0-0
    Fumbles-Lost 1-1 0-0
    Penalties-Yards 1-10 1-3
    Posession Time 14:42 17:18
    Third-Down Conversions 0/1 2/6
    Fourth-Down Conversions 0/1 1/4
    Red-Zone Scores-Chances 3/6 2/3
  • Omaha Veterans Memorial Arena - Jacksonville, FL Saturday, April 19, 2014 - 8:00PM ET Jacksonville

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    Omaha
    Heart
    Standings 1-2
    Jacksonville
    Breeze
    2-0 Standings

    Veterans Memorial Arena - Jacksonville, FL Saturday, April 19, 2014 - 8:00PM ET

    (JACKSONVILLE, Florida – Tuesday, April 22, 2014)

    As the Jacksonville Breeze players were being introduced, it was clear what was on the mind of the Jacksonville, simply the embarrassing June 2013 loss to Omaha as the Breeze players all wore the V for Vandetta masks, sending a clear message of their intentions on this April night. In 2014, the early season results are mapping out as expected, a loaded Jacksonville roster is slicing through the Eastern Conference and raising a few eyebrows in the West. Fresh off a big 27-12 road-win in Baltimore, the Breeze struggled through most of the first half then scored an unanswered 25 points in the 2nd half, 19 of which came in the 4th to improve to 2-0 on the season. The first half was a repeat of the Jacksonville vs Omaha match-up of June 2013, where Omaha shocked the LFL world upsetting the No.1 ranked Jacksonville Breeze 8-0, shutting out one of the most prolific offenses. Most of the first half, the two Eastern Conference rivals went back and forth with both defenses bending but not breaking. Both Quarterbacks, Ashley Lambrecht and KK Matheny were picked off in the 1st half and the red-hot Saige Steinmetz was held to a respectable 30 yards through two quarters of play. At halftime an uneasy Jacksonville locker room remembered the 2013 game which also was a shutout at halftime and the horror that followed, several reports have a couple veterans standing up and refusing to lose to Omaha for a second-straight season. That urgency seem to have lit a match, because Jacksonville mounted a 7 play 31 yard drive in the 3rd quarter to strike first in the scoring column on a 1 yard power run by Steinmetz to take a 6-0 lead. Omaha began to panic despite only being down 6-0 to start the 4th quarter, abandoning an already non-existent run game for the passing game with Lambrecht. However, Omaha missed on several key passes which resulted in quick four and outs as they would turn the ball over deep on their side of the field, giving an already loaded Jacksonville offense short fields to work with. Jacksonville would capitalize, as they only had to travel 19 yards for their second score, a Sheltrice Turner 2 yard run to take a 12-0 lead with 4:59 remaining. Omaha was only down two scores but the passing game could not come together, with the only production being on the ground with Lambrecht who finished the game as Omaha’s leading rusher, rushing for 25 yards on 3 carries. Through the air Lambrecht completed a poor 1 of 16 passes, despite having one of the deepest receiving groups in the league. After yet another turnover on downs, Jacksonville only had to travel 10 yards on their next scoring drive as Lauren Ziegler ran in a 5 yard touchdown to take a commanding 19-0 lead and the route was on with 1:54 remaining in the game. The Jacksonville defense smelled blood in the water as Janita Ocana stepped in front of a Lambrecht pass on the following play and returned it to the house for a 25 yard touchdown to extend the lead to 25-0 and that would be the final score. In first place early in the season in the Eastern Conference, Jacksonville now simply awaits the Toledo Crush on May 31st in Jacksonville. Omaha stays on the road headed to Atlanta on June 7 to fight for their playoff lives early in the season.


    Game Stats

    Omaha Jacksonville
    Score 0 25
    First Downs 3 10
    Rushes-Yards (NET) 12-17 21-106
    Passing Yards (NET) 1 23
    Passes Att-Comp-Int 16-1-2 8-3-1
    Total Offense Plays-Yards 28-18 29-129
    Fumble Returns-Yards 0-0 0-0
    Kickoff Returns-Yards 0-0 1-26
    Interception Returns-Yards 1-41 2-47
    Fumbles-Lost 1-0 0-0
    Penalties-Yards 2-6 3-20
    Posession Time 14:05 17:55
    Third-Down Conversions 0/6 2/4
    Fourth-Down Conversions 0/6 0/1
    Red-Zone Scores-Chances 0/1 3/6
  • Las Vegas Citizens Business Bank Arena - Ontario, CA Saturday, April 26, 2014 - 8:00PM PT Los Angeles

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    Las Vegas
    Sin
    Standings 1-2
    Los Angeles
    Temptation
    1-1 Standings

    Citizens Business Bank Arena - Ontario, CA Saturday, April 26, 2014 - 8:00PM PT

    Game Stats

    Las Vegas Los Angeles
    Score 14 42
    First Downs 11 11
    Rushes-Yards (NET) 25-53 13-136
    Passing Yards (NET) 104 77
    Passes Att-Comp-Int 15-9-0 3-3-0
    Total Offense Plays-Yards 40-157 16-213
    Fumble Returns-Yards 0-0 0-0
    Kickoff Returns-Yards 1-16 2-1
    Interception Returns-Yards 0-0 0-0
    Fumbles-Lost 2-1 0-0
    Penalties-Yards 0-0 1-10
    Posession Time 22:39 09:27
    Third-Down Conversions 3/9 0/0
    Fourth-Down Conversions 2/5 0/0
    Red-Zone Scores-Chances 1/5 3/4
  • Green Bay Showare Center - Kent, WA Friday, May 2, 2014 - 9:00PM PT Seattle

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    Green Bay
    Chill
    Standings 0-3
    Seattle
    Mist
    1-0 Standings

    Showare Center - Kent, WA Friday, May 2, 2014 - 9:00PM PT

  • Los Angeles Sears Centre Arena - Chicago, IL Friday, May 9, 2014 - 9:00PM CT Chicago

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    Los Angeles
    Temptation
    Standings 1-1
    Chicago
    Bliss
    3-0 Standings

    Sears Centre Arena - Chicago, IL Friday, May 9, 2014 - 9:00PM CT

  • Green Bay Thomas & Mack Center - Las Vegas, NV Thursday, May 15, 2014 - 8:00PM PT Las Vegas

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    Green Bay
    Chill
    Standings 0-3
    Las Vegas
    Sin
    1-2 Standings

    Thomas & Mack Center - Las Vegas, NV Thursday, May 15, 2014 - 8:00PM PT

    (LAS VEGAS, Nevada – May 20, 2014)

    As the field was being laid down inside Las Vegas’ Thomas & Mack Center, there was a different mood in the sense in the air. Different because the Vegas Sin franchise was in a new home, with a new head coach and nearly a complete overhaul of its 2013 roster.

    The early season results have been impressive, a team that was going through a rebuilding year and not much was expected from, sit at 1-1 following two great games to start the 2014 season. Despite the 42-14 blowout versus Los Angeles, Vegas showed signs of what it can do on both sides of the ball.

    Entering its home opener, confidence ran high with this Tui Suiauona led team that now included names in Sindy Cummings, Markie Henderson, Cynthia Schmidt and other previously unknowns. The internal and league turmoil of previous seasons involving the Vegas Sin also seem to be a distant memory. In Tui Suiaunoa, Quarterback Sindy Cummings and the staple of this franchise Danika Brace have seem to erase names that were ridden in controversy and negativity like former coaches Dion Lee and Jeremiah Captain as well as former quarterback Nikki Johnson. The Vegas Sin DNA now is very much so a ‘can do’ and positive attitude which has delivered results on the field.

    This past Thursday night, it was evident that Vegas now not only had a quarterback in Sindy Cummings who has a strong arm, but one that was not afraid to take the big hit, which was a major criticism of former quarterback Nikki Johnson who many believed lacked the physical toughness. Cummings now leads an offense that has shown great efficiency with Markie Henderson as its featured running back and perhaps the biggest surprise story of 2014, the emergence of Cynthia Schmidt at wide receiver.

    Before the 1st quarter was done, Vegas had two touchdowns on the board with a Kia Ramos 5yd run and a Cynthia Schmidt 6yd touchdown reception from Cummings. Green Bay did finally respond with only :14 seconds remaining the 1st with a Jessica Peyton 2yd run to make the score 13-6. It was clear the only offense Green Bay was going to have on this night, was #2, Jessica Peyton who has become a playmaker from the quarterback position.

    Green Bay made the game interesting after a 3 play 22 yard scoring drive in the 2nd quarter that running back Amber mane capped on a 2yd touchdown run to bring Green Bay within 1, at 13-12 at halftime.

    This Chill roster is another team that had low expectations from the 2014 season with the loss of Green Bay legend, Anne ‘Showtime’ Erler. However, Green Bay rallied late against Seattle in its season-opener and after one half football, was only down 1pt on the road vs. Vegas.

    The only scoring of the 3rd Quarter was a surprise, as defensive stud middle linebacker Danika Brace made an impact on the offensive side of the ball hauling in a 21yd touchdown pass from Cummings to take a 20-12 lead.

    The 4th Quarter, fireworks started exploding as both offenses tested the Thomas & Mack scoreboards, scoring a combined 4 touchdowns. Vegas’ scores featured a 4yd touchdown pass to Cynthia Schmidt her 2nd score of the night and Sindy Cummings taking in a 3yd touchdown run. For Green Bay, it was two unlikely sources in Kara Alexander who scored on a 6yd touchdown run and Stephany Ponzer who brought in a 17yd touchdown pass from Peyton. The Ponzer touchdown pass brought the game to within reach for Green Bay at 24-27 with only 1:22 remaining in the game.

    The ensuing onside kickoff was recovered by Vegas and the Sin never looked back en route to a 34-24 key Western Conference win. In the days following, the Sin have become a fan favorite in Vegas with a lot of media buzz following the new-look team.

    Vegas is now tied with Los Angeles at 1-1 and trails a 1-0 Seattle and a 1-0 Chicago. Green Bay will try to save their season as they finally return home on June 14 to face Los Angeles while Vegas has a monster match-up on July 3rd vs Chicago in Vegas.


    Game Stats

    GB LV
    Score 24 34
    First Downs 12 10
    Rushes-Yards (NET) 20-96 18-91
    Passing Yards (NET) 63 37
    Passes Att-Comp-Int 16-9-1 10-4-0
    Total Offense Plays-Yards 36-159 28-128
    Fumble Returns-Yards 0-0 0-0
    Kickoff Returns-Yards 1-18 1-35
    Interception Returns-Yards 0-0 1-23
    Fumbles-Lost 0-0 0-0
    Penalties-Yards 2-14 3-20
    Posession Time 16:06 16:08
    Third-Down Conversions 0/5 3/5
    Fourth-Down Conversions 3/5 0/2
    Red-Zone Scores-Chances 4/5 5/6
  • Omaha The Arena at Gwinnett Center - Duluth, GA Saturday, June 7, 2014 - 8:00PM ET Atlanta

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    Omaha
    Heart
    Standings 1-2
    Atlanta
    Steam
    2-0 Standings

    The Arena at Gwinnett Center - Duluth, GA Saturday, June 7, 2014 - 8:00PM ET

  • Seattle Sears Centre Arena - Chicago, IL Friday, June 13, 2014 - 9:00PM CT Chicago

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    Seattle
    Mist
    Standings 1-0
    Chicago
    Bliss
    3-0 Standings

    Sears Centre Arena - Chicago, IL Friday, June 13, 2014 - 9:00PM CT

    (CHICAGO, IL. – Friday, June 13, 2014)

    There are a few games on the LFL USA schedule that everyone circles and most of those circles reside in the Western Conference primarily around Los Angeles, Seattle and Chicago. So when two of these three match-up, the entire league takes notice. To further add to the dramatics of Friday night’s game, Chicago came in as the USA Champions while Seattle felt they were the better team in the post-season last year coming in undefeated.

    Now couple all of this with two bitter rivals at coaches with Keith Hac of Chicago and Chris Michaelson of Seattle. Wait, one last twist, the high-profile free-agent Quarterback Angela Rypien Seattle signed in the off-season would be benched. Enough story lines?

    As the 2013 Legends Cup championship banner hung high above the heads of Seattle and Chicago, we kicked off a game that would not only have Playoff implications but could possibly determine the No.1 seed in the West. Chicago exerted its dominance early with champion-like swagger especially with its run game with ChrisDell FERRARI Harris opening scoring on a 37 yard touchdown run to give ChiTown an early 7-0 lead.

    Then it was the more ‘mature’ Seattle Quarterback Mary-Ann Hanson’s turn, coming in for what Seattle coach Michaelson claimed to be a slightly injured Rypien, translation = a slightly benched Rypien after ineffective play in the opener. Hanson is not exactly unknown, leading her BC Angels to a championship in the inaugural season of LFL Canada while also being named the Legends Cup MVP. Hanson did not disappoint early, with a short field after a Chicago turnover, one of many, Hanson needed only 2 plays and found LaShaunda Fowler for a 9 yard touchdown pass to bring the score 6-7 with :50 seconds remaining in the first.

    Two things happend to start the 2nd quarter, both defenses checked their desire at the door and turnovers became like Justin Bieber, they were everywhere.

    For Chicago, Harris scored two rushing touchdowns and Nneka Nwani added another on the ground while Heather ROCKSTAR Furr threw for a 32 yard touchdown pass. Seattle’s lone score was a 40 yard fumble recovery for a touchdown by Jessica Hopkins, her 3rd defensive score of the year.

    At halftime, Chicago dominated across every category racking up 155 yards to Seattle’s 64 yards, however it was Chicago’s two fumbles lost that kept the 27-13 gap at halftime from being much larger. Harris had an incredible 94 yards at halftime while Furr was an impressive 3 of 4 passing. By all accounts the champion had the challenger on the ropes and the 2nd half was a mere formality. Then there was a ‘Record-scratch’, as Seattle rallied, doubling their offensive yardage and creating 4 more Chicago turnovers all of which equated to Seattle out-scoring Chicago 21-7 at the end of regulation.

    Another BC Angels free-agent made her impact on the 2nd half alongside Hanson, Schnor scored on a 3 yard run and a 18 yard fumble recovery for a score. Hanson added a 3 yard touchdown pass to Meghan Hanson to her night. Chicago’s sole score was a 1 yard Harris touchdown run.

    Seattle had several opportunities to win it in regulation but a series of flags, some of which resulting because of crowd-noise, pushed them back from 3 yard line to midfield as the clock ran out to force the third overtime game in League history.

    Seattle won the toss in overtime but could not score managing only 5 yards on 6 plays and eventually turning it over on downs to Chicago. The champs felt good as they took over at midfield with 4:00 minutes still remaining in regulation and a running back in Harris that Seattle struggled to contain. However after a Furr fumble it was all downhill again for this offense that was plaqued by the turnover bug all-night.

    Seattle took over with 2:00 minutes remaining and again got inside Chicago’s redzone to the 3 yard line after a 15 yard pass on the 2nd play of the drive from Hanson to Fowler. The next two plays were a pair of 5 yard runs with plenty of time remaining and the ball at the Chicago 3 yard line. After a yet another redzone penalty, Seattle once again started to back-peddle ending up back on the 17 yard line on 4th & Goal on the final play of the game, Hanson competed the pass to Schnor but she could only make it to the 7 yard line.

    Following an eruption from the crowd as Ali Alberts tackled Schnor to the ground, an akward silence and confusion set across the crowd each realizing that the clock read 0:00 at the end of overtime, which in the LFL means the worst word in football outside of ‘off-setting penalties’, the T word, tie game.

    The outcome makes the Western Conference suddenly very interesting with Los Angeles and Vegas at 1-1 while Chicago and Seattle are at 1-0-1 and Green Bay, is well irrelevant to this discussion at 0-2-1.

    Chicago now hits the road with match-ups versus the lower half of the Western Conference in Vegas and Green Bay, although Vegas has shown signs of life and Green Bay rallied against both Seattle and Vegas.

    For Seattle, they return to face Vegas then off to LA to play their rival. In other words, the West is wide open for the taking.


    Game Stats

    SEA CHI
    Score 34 34
    First Downs 14 13
    Rushes-Yards (NET) 27-93 24-146
    Passing Yards (NET) 96 66
    Passes Att-Comp-Int 25-9-2 7-4-1
    Total Offense Plays-Yards 52-189 31-212
    Fumble Returns-Yards 2-58 0-0
    Kickoff Returns-Yards 1-6 1-15
    Interception Returns-Yards 1-18 2-13
    Fumbles-Lost 1-0 4-3
    Penalties-Yards 6-60 7-50
    Posession Time 21:30 18:30
    Third-Down Conversions 3/9 3/4
    Fourth-Down Conversions 3/6 0/1
    Red-Zone Scores-Chances 3/8 3/4
  • Baltimore Huntington Center - Toledo, OH Saturday, June 21, 2014 - 8:00PM ET Toledo

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    Baltimore
    Charm
    Standings 1-1
    Toledo
    Crush
    0-3 Standings

    Huntington Center - Toledo, OH Saturday, June 21, 2014 - 8:00PM ET

  • Chicago Thomas & Mack Center - Las Vegas, NV Thursday, July 3, 2014 - 8:00PM PT Las Vegas

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    Chicago
    Bliss
    Standings 3-0
    Las Vegas
    Sin
    1-2 Standings

    Thomas & Mack Center - Las Vegas, NV Thursday, July 3, 2014 - 8:00PM PT

    (LAS VEGAS, Nevada – Tuesday, July 8, 2014)

    As thousands piled into the Thomas & Mack Center off the Vegas Strip, one team had nothing to lose while the other had a back-to-back championship run on the line. Not much has been expected of this Sin roster that saw almost a complete overhaul in the off-season including its 4th head coach in the franchise’s 3yr history. For Chicago, despite 1-0-1 record, the confidence of 2013 is no longer there. Seattle and Los Angeles seem more poised then ever to dethrone the champs.

    The first half proved to be a defensive battle as Chicago’s performance vehicle, the Ferrari ChrisDell Harris was held to a season-low 29yds at halftime while standout rookie Vegas Sin running back only had 6yds. Both Quarterbacks impressed the little they were called on with Heather ‘Rockstar’ Furr going 2 of 3 but did throw an interception while the rookie Vegas Sin quarterback Sindy Cummings completed 3 of 5 with a touchdown and no pick.

    The scoring started with an impressive 5 play 35 yard Chicago drive capped by 2nd yr standout Ali Alberts who is regaining her Rookie of the Year type form, the Alberts score gave Chicago a 7-0 early lead with 5:00 remaining. It did not take Vegas long to answer and have their massive home crowd erupt as Cummings found ‘Lil Train’ Henderson who bulldozed her way into an the end zone to draw within one point of Chicago, 7-6. The Henderson score has since become a viral video hit across the web and instantly turning the rookie into LFL stardom.

    After several defensive stops, Chicago finally answered, this time with veteran Deena Fagiano on a 5yd touchdown run which extended Chicago’s halftime lead to 14-6. At halftime, despite the 8pt gap, Vegas felt extremely confident while Chicago was rather uneasy coming into the game as a heavy 8.5pt favorite. Chicago’s lack of balance on offense has had defenses keying on the Ferrari, simply not fearing Chicago’s pass-attack.

    Just when you thought Vegas’ confidence could not peak any higher, rookie QB Cummings mounted an impressive 6 play 35 yd drive chewing up 4:09 minutes and capped with a Kia Ramos 8yd run to draw Vegas to within 2 points of the Champs. Chicago did not panic, they went back to their bread-butter with the Ferrari scoring on a 3yd touchdown run to extend Chicago’s lead to 21-12. The Bliss offense, then mixed it up with a little razzle-dazzle catching veteran Vegas corner Kelly Campbell over-pursuing which led to a Alberts 8yd touchdown run to place them game nearly out of reach at 27-12 with 2:46 remaining in the 4th.

    Vegas never-die attitude led to Cummings connecting with Henderson once again, this time on a 35yd touchdown pass with :51 seconds remaining to draw within 27-18. The ensuing onside kick was recovered by Chicago and the potentially disastrous trip to Vegas was avoided.

    The Sin offense literally dropped several opportunities in the end zone which could have made this game far more interesting, including a drop by LFL USA’s leading pass receiver Cynthia Schmidt and the otherwise sure-handed Henderson.

    Vegas now plays the role of spoiler vs Seattle while Chicago can assure itself a birth in the Conference Championship with a win over Green Bay.


    Game Stats

    CHI LV
    Score 27 18
    First Downs 11 8
    Rushes-Yards (NET) 19-116 14-24
    Passing Yards (NET) 52 116
    Passes Att-Comp-Int 6-3-1 15-8-0
    Total Offense Plays-Yards 25-168 29-140
    Fumble Returns-Yards 0-0 0-0
    Kickoff Returns-Yards 0-0 1-1
    Interception Returns-Yards 0-0 1-3
    Fumbles-Lost 1-0 1-0
    Penalties-Yards 4-30 4-20
    Posession Time 14:27 17:33
    Third-Down Conversions 1/1 1/6
    Fourth-Down Conversions 0/0 2/4
    Red-Zone Scores-Chances 4/7 1/2
  • Atlanta Huntington Center - Toledo, OH Friday, July 11, 2014 - 8:00PM ET Toledo

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    Atlanta
    Steam
    Standings 2-0
    Toledo
    Crush
    0-3 Standings

    Huntington Center - Toledo, OH Friday, July 11, 2014 - 8:00PM ET

  • Chicago US Cellular Arena - Milwaukee, WI Saturday, July 12, 2014 - 8:00PM CT Green Bay

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    Chicago
    Bliss
    Standings 3-0
    Green Bay
    Chill
    0-3 Standings

    US Cellular Arena - Milwaukee, WI Saturday, July 12, 2014 - 8:00PM CT

  • Toledo Ralston Arena - Ralston, NE Friday, July 18, 2014 - 9:00PM CT Omaha

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    Toledo
    Crush
    Standings 0-3
    Omaha
    Heart
    1-2 Standings

    Ralston Arena - Ralston, NE Friday, July 18, 2014 - 9:00PM CT

  • Las Vegas Showare Center - Kent, WA Saturday, July 26, 2014 - 8:00PM PT Seattle

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    72 FPartly Cloudy
    Las Vegas
    Sin
    Standings 1-2
    Seattle
    Mist
    1-0 Standings

    WATCH GAME Showare Center - Kent, WA Saturday, July 26, 2014 - 8:00PM PT TICKETS

  • Seattle Citizens Business Bank Arena - Ontario, CA Saturday, August 2, 2014 - 8:00PM PT Los Angeles

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    88 FPartly Cloudy
    Seattle
    Mist
    Standings 1-0
    Los Angeles
    Temptation
    1-1 Standings

    WATCH GAME Citizens Business Bank Arena - Ontario, CA Saturday, August 2, 2014 - 8:00PM PT TICKETS

  • Baltimore Ralston Arena - Ralston, NE Saturday, August 9, 2014 - 8:00PM CT Omaha

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    83 FFair
    Baltimore
    Charm
    Standings 1-1
    Omaha
    Heart
    1-2 Standings

    WATCH GAME Ralston Arena - Ralston, NE Saturday, August 9, 2014 - 8:00PM CT TICKETS

  • Jacksonville The Arena at Gwinnett Center - Duluth, GA Saturday, August 16, 2014 - 8:00PM ET Atlanta

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    82 FPartly Cloudy
    Jacksonville
    Breeze
    Standings 2-0
    Atlanta
    Steam
    2-0 Standings

    WATCH GAME The Arena at Gwinnett Center - Duluth, GA Saturday, August 16, 2014 - 8:00PM ET TICKETS