Rislov Called Up By Nashville KatsApril 5, 2005 - United Indoor Football Association (UIF) Sioux Falls Storm
Rislov (6-1, 219) was one of the nations most accurate passers as quarterback at San Jose State, where he became the only player in school history to throw for 3,000 yards in consecutive seasons. He started 24 consecutive games for the Spartans in his two-years at SJSU and threw for twice as many touchdowns (40) as interceptions (19). Rislov was the MVP of the 2003 Blue-Gray All-Star Classic, and he became the first player at San Jose State in a generation to hold a 4.0 grade point average for three consecutive semesters. He was in camp with the Cincinnati Bengals last season before being released, signed on with the Storm for the first two games of the regular schedule, and now will be placed on Nashvilles four-man practice squad. The Kats are currently 2-7 and third in the Central Conference. The team rallied from 13 points down at the half this past weekend against the Grand Rapids Rampage and pulled off the victory 40-27, ending a franchise-worst seven-game losing streak.
The much awaited Championship Rematch is quickly approaching with the Storm taking on the Lexington Horsemen on Saturday April 9, with a 7:05 kickoff at the Sioux Falls Arena. The Storm is 1-1 on this short season and is coming off a bye weekend.
Individual tickets for Storm home games are also on sale now at the Arena box office, online at www.ticketmaster.com, or any Ticketmaster location. For information on season ticket options or any questions, please contact the Storm Front Office at 605-332-4225 or visit the teams website at www.siouxfallsstorm.com.
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