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  • This weekend the X- League lived up to it's billing, with two action packed games. In the first game the Alabama Outlawz (2-1) dominated the Savannah Steam (0-2) winning 82-8. After coming off a tough loss to the St. Louis Attack the Outlawz took care of business on both sides of the ball controlling their game against the Steam from wire to wire. In the second game, first place was up for grabs. The St. Louis Attack (3-0) and their stellar defense defeated the Florida Marine Raiders (2-1) 59-42

  • St. Charles, MO-The name of the game was defense again as the St. Louis Attack improve to 3-0 in front of 3,427 fans with a 59-42 victory over the Florida Marine Raiders. With the win the Attack are alone in first place in the X-League. The Attack secondary picked off the Raiders Quarterbacks six times and turned three of those into touchdowns. The Attack offense did just enough to get the win. Quarterback Mike McMullen threw for two touchdowns and Keevis Hamilton added another. DeAndre Jackso

  • This Friday April 11th the top teams in the X League square off at the Family Arena in a battle for first place. Both the St. Louis Attack and Florida Marine Raiders come into the game undefeated and on top of the X League. This sets up to be a possible preview of the X League Championship in June. The Attack defense is coming off a dominate performance over the Georgia Rampage and the Raiders are coming off a huge offensive output in their last game. This game is put the strengths of both teams

  • Birmingham, AL - The St. Louis Attack move to 2-0 on the young season with a convincing 58-39 win over the Alabama Outlawz on Friday night in Birmingham. The Attack's stellar defense scored the first 10 points of the game with a safety and an interception for an early touchdown. In two games this season the Attack have scored 43 points while only allowing seven points in the first quarter. Head Coach Chris McKinney stated, “Our defense kept us in the game, but when we needed a big score, the o

  • D.O.B: 10/05/1986Weight: 175Height: 6’0Position: WR/CBWhere were you born? St. Louis, MOHigh School: Hazelwood CentralCollege: SEMOProfessional Experience: 7 YrsMost Memorable Football Moment: 49 yd interception for TD (Missouri Monsters)What football player did you want to be/admire growing up? Neon DieonIf you weren’t playing football what would you be doing? Playing Baseball 

  • St. Charles, MO-The St. Louis Attack adds a shut down corner to their already stout secondary. The Attack signed Terrance Jones today to sure up their secondary. Jones is a graduate of Booker High School in Sarasota, Florida, and played his college football at Iowa University and Division 1A powerhouse Eastern Arizona. Jones, or as his teammates call him Fly, stands 5'9” and weighs in at 188 pounds. Jones has an impressive pro career, spending time on the Jacksonville Jaguars NFL practice squa

  • Darryl Grady Jr. was named the X-Factor player of the game Sunday, when the St. Louis Attack defeated the Georgia Rampage 46-34. Grady rushed for 3 touchdowns and caught one more to cap off a his debut in Professional Indoor Football. “Darryl Grady Jr. ran the ball hard and didn’t take a wrong read all night,” stated Head Coach Chris McKinney, “He was rewarded for all his hard work and heart this week in practice. Grady did everything we asked of him and that is why he got the ball aroun

  • St. Charles, MO- In front of 4,317 fans, the St. Louis Attack won their Season Opener over the visiting Georgia Rampage 46-34 at Family Arena. As expected, the defense lived up to expectation, totaling 6 forced turnovers.  The game started with a interception on the first play from scrimmage for the Rampage. The Attack secondary recorded 5 interceptions total.  The Attack defensive line should have paid the Rampage quarterback rent, because they were camped out in the back field all night.  T

  • ST. LOUIS ATTACK VS. GEORGIA RAMPAGE 3/30 PREVIEWSUNDAY - 3/30/2014 - 6:05PM - FAMILY ARENA This Sunday will kick off an exciting season of St. Louis Attack Pro Indoor Football at the Family Arena. The Attack will battle the Georgia Rampage, the action starts at 6:05pm. The Attack has had a great pre-season and are looking to be in mid-season form for the first game of the season. The Rampage are coming off a tough loss to the Alabama Outlawz, where they blew a 13 point lead in the final 44 sec

  • X-LEAGUE 101Rules 101 and Overview of the X-League  Field, Equipment, Formations, Timing, Scoring, and Rule of the game: THE FIELD An indoor padded surface 85 feet wide and 50 yards long with eight-yard end zones. Goal posts are ten feet wide and ten feet off the ground, uprights are 20 feet high (NFL goal posts are 18-1/2 feet wide with the crossbar at 10 feet). Sideline barriers are 48 inches high and made of high-density foam rubber.   THE EQUIPMENT The official football is the same

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