AIF 2014 schedule announced

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Post by 50 Yard Fan » Sat Dec 21, 2013 8:28 pm

[quote=""coachingubigr""]Fake team is fake[/quote]

Why would you say the York Capitals are fake? They played last season?

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Post by Hockey » Sun Dec 22, 2013 8:22 pm

WTF IS ALL TEAMS ON A BYE WEEK ONE!!!!!!!! What kind of crazy S is that instead of just saying the season starts the second week.

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Post by Hockey » Sun Dec 22, 2013 8:38 pm

http://whichf.in/gerU4BE1v.jpg

I corrected the schedule to be more accurate and less confusing.

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Post by BananaCat » Sun Dec 22, 2013 9:42 pm

LOL Hockey.

Yeah, the league is a collection of ridiculousness for sure.
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Post by firehawk5 » Mon Dec 23, 2013 5:50 pm

Where'd Chicago go? OH wait... yea it's Chicago and the AIF

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Post by xmradiodave » Thu Dec 26, 2013 1:36 pm

Oh wow. I was mildly intrigued about the return of the Baltimore Mariners. But after seeing this schedule, any f**ks i had quickly leaped to their death. This league is a sham.

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Post by DCAbloob » Fri Dec 27, 2013 4:57 pm

[quote=""xmradiodave""]Oh wow. I was mildly intrigued about the return of the Baltimore Mariners. But after seeing this schedule, any f**ks i had quickly leaped to their death. This league is a sham.[/quote]

The Mariners can't control their league but they can establish credibility with their own franchise. If the Harrisburg Stampede hadn't established themselves as credible in the AIF after all, they wouldn't have the chance to play next season in the PIFL.

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Post by DCAbloob » Sat Dec 28, 2013 5:15 pm

[quote=""firehawk5""]Where'd Chicago go? OH wait... yea it's Chicago and the AIF[/quote]

The IIFL just announced that the Chicago Assassins and New York Wolves are back in that league.

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Post by nksports » Sun Dec 29, 2013 12:33 am

[quote=""DCAbloob""]The Mariners can't control their league but they can establish credibility with their own franchise.[/quote]

The league you join often helps or hinders your team's credibility. No matter how many things you do right, the first time that "game canceled" sign pops up on the arena door, or that semi-pro outdoor team comes in with duct taped numbers and gets shellacked 102-0, you are toast.

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Post by DCAbloob » Sun Dec 29, 2013 1:28 am

[quote=""nksports""]The league you join often helps or hinders your team's credibility. No matter how many things you do right, the first time that "game canceled" sign pops up on the arena door, or that semi-pro outdoor team comes in with duct taped numbers and gets shellacked 102-0, you are toast.[/quote]

Except that the Harrisburg Stampede did score a 100-0 victory in AIF play last season yet are clearly not toast. I grant that a triple digit win is a good reason to seek out better leagues but it was the credibility built up by the Stampede that allowed it to actually be accepted into a better league.

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