IFL Teams Beware: Texas Revolution Release 2014 Schedule
PLANO, TX - The Indoor Football League has announced the schedule for the 2014 season. The league will consist of nine teams this season, split into the Intense and United Conferences.
The Texas Revolution will kickoff the season with the Season Premiere game on Saturday, February 15 against the North Texas Crunch, a rematch of last season's premiere game, a 103-22 Revolution victory. The regular season will start the week following with a Friday home game on February 21 against the Cedar Rapids Titans. It was against the Titans last year when the Revolution put up a season-high 82 points in their 82-72 victory over the Titans on April 13th.
Also on the schedule for the Revolution is the team's first ever trips to Colorado (Fort Collins) and Wyoming (Casper) to face the Ice and Cavalry respectively. In addition, the Revolution will play in Bemidji, MN at the home of the IFL's newest expansion team the Bemidji Axemen.
2014 Texas Revolution Schedule
SAT. FEBRUARY 15 VS N.TEXAS CRUNCH
FRI. FEBRUARY 21 VS CEDAR RAPIDS TITANS
Sat. March 8 @ Nebraska Danger
SUN. MARCH 23 VS GREEN BAY BLIZZARD
Fri. March 28 @ Wyoming Cavalry
Sat. April 12 @ Nebraska Danger
SAT. APRIL 19 VS COLORADO ICE
FRI. APRIL 25 VS CEDAR RAPIDS TITANS
Sat. May 3 @ Cedar Rapids Titans
Sat. May 10 @ Colorado Ice
SAT. MAY 17 VS TRI-CITIES FEVER
SAT. MAY 24 VS SIOUX FALLS STORM
Sat. May 31 @ Bemidji Axemen
Sat. June 7 @ Sioux Falls Storm
SAT. JUNE 14 VS NEBRASKA DANGER
Home Games in Bold
All Home Games start at 7:00 CST
Home Games played at the Allen Event Center
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