Daniel Lindsey returned a fourth-quarter kickoff 45 yards for a touchdown and the Colorado Crush beat the Spokane Empire 45-36 in Indoor Football League action in Loveland, Colorado, on Thursday.
It’s good timing to play the last-place team in the Intense Conference. It’s not good timing to play on a short week.
The line of scrimmage usually tells the story of football games at any level. It certainly did in Arizona’s 49-35 Indoor Football League win over the Spokane Empire on Friday at the Arena.
Feels a little like the old days.
Nick Haag is getting another shot in the NFL and he made Spokane Empire history along the way.
Lorenzo Brown rushed for 70 yards and three touchdowns, and passed for another score, as the Sioux Falls Storm handled the Spokane Empire 62-32 in a rematch of last season’s championship game.
The Spokane Empire will face the Sioux Falls Storm in Week 12 of the 2017 Indoor Football League regular season at the Denny Sanford Premier Center in Sioux Falls at 5:00 p.m.
Spokane wide receiver Bryan Pray, a five-year Indoor Football Leauge veteran, proved his worth as an experienced player in the Empire’s 31-29 win over Salt Lake on Sunday at the Arena.
At one point, it looked like football had bypassed Spokane Empire offensive lineman Darren Pinnock.
The Spokane Empire finally got their statement win.
The Spokane Empire outscored the Arizona 25-14 in the final quarter and edged the Rattlers 60-51 at the Talking Stick Resort Arena in Phoenix.
Saturday’s road game against the Arizona Rattlers is a statement game for the Spokane Empire.