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  • Shock would like to break with win

    It’s the end of a grueling stretch of 14 games in 14 weeks, but Spokane has work to do before its lone bye week in the 18-game Arena Football League …


  • Shock notes: Receiver gets shot at former team

    There is never a shortage of roster moves in the Arena Football League. Players come and go. And sometimes they come back.


  • Shock lose second game in a row

    Spokane probably couldn’t have played much worse offensively, but it still had a chance to win in the closing seconds. Facing fourth down at Utah’s 5-yard line, Shock quarterback Erik …


  • Shock put emphasis on playing for all 4 quarters

    It took a while for the Spokane Shock offense to go from zero to 60 on Saturday night. The normally high-powered unit managed one touchdown, two turnovers and just seven …


  • Shock hit the heights in outdoor game

    Compared to the long hours required to put an arena football configuration on the Albi Stadium turf, Spokane Shock head coach Rob Keefe figured he had the easy job Saturday …


  • Shock game has all the elements, including the outdoors

    The first outdoor football game in Arena Football League history. Two teams tied for the last National Conference playoff spot as the regular season winds down. Two rivals that swapped …


  • No mystery this time: Meyer will start for Shock

    For the first time in a month Spokane begins the work week knowing who will start at quarterback. Erik Meyer will start against his former employer Utah on Saturday in …


  • Spokane Shock will encounter familiar faces against Utah

    Every Arena Football League game involving Spokane seemingly presents a Shock vs. ex-Shock angle, whether it’s players or coaches. Tonight, it’s both. Spokane returns from a bye week to face …

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