http://aifprofootball.com/index.php?opt ... 014-season
Also keep in mind that the AIF's 2014 team lineup is more geographically spread out than 2013 with franchises from Atlanta to York to Cleveland. Expenses clearly have to be reduced wherever possible.
That's the problem. Once you discount PIFL teams, there just aren't 6-8 solid would be team owners left within that radius.
that kinda makes sense, maybe add some cities like York, Morgantown, Wheeling, Youngstown, smaller towns with not much to do it might be better than trying to add Cleveland, Chicago and NY.
I'm not sure how many teams make the playoffs, but they're scheduled for two weeks, so that's either 3 or 4 teams.