VINTON, Iowa (July 11) – Following in the tire tracks of the high-paying Hogan Memorial, three XSAN Hawkeye Dirt Tour events are scheduled over the course of just five nights during the Hawkeye State Modified Speedweek. Touring IMCA Xtreme Motor Sports Modifieds race for $1,000 to win and a minimum of $150 to start on Monday, July 14 at Lee County Speedway in Donnellson and Tuesday, July 15 at Southern Iowa Speedway in Oskaloosa. Top prize is $2,000 at the Thursday, July 17 Harris Clash at Knoxville Raceway. That event pays a minimum of $250 to start. IMCA Modifieds race for as much as $4,000 to win when Hawkeye State Speedweek starts Sunday, July 13 with the Hogan Memorial special at Benton County Speedway.Pit gates open at 4 p.m. and racing starts at 6 p.m. at Vinton, where IMCA Sunoco Stock Cars, Karl Chevrolet Northern SportMods and IMCA Sunoco Hobby Stocks complete the program.Lee County opens the pit gates at 5 p.m. and waves the first green flag at 7:30 p.m. Monday. IMCA Sunoco Stock Cars, Karl Chevrolet Northern SportMods, IMCA Sunoco Hobby Stocks and Mach-1 Sport Compacts are on the program at Donnellson as well. Southern Iowa opens the back gate at 5 p.m. and starts racing at 7:30 p.m. for a Tuesday show that also includes IMCA Late Models, IMCA Sunoco Stock Cars, Karl Chevrolet Northern SportMods and IMCA Sunoco Hobby Stocks.Another $1,000 to win Speedweek race for the Modifieds is Wednesday, July 16 during the Mahaska County Fair at Oskaloosa. And at Knoxville, pit gates open at 3 p.m. and racing starts at approximately 7 p.m. Karl Chevrolet Northern SportMods race for $1,000 to win that evening.July 13-17 Speedweek features are all qualifying events for this year’s Fast Shafts All-Star Invitational ballot. The Harris Clash is the final qualifier for the 2014 All-Star ballot.Fifty-nine drivers from five states have seen XSAN Hawkeye Dirt Tour action thus far in 2014.XSAN Hawkeye Dirt Tour top 20 point standings – 1. Tim Ward, Gilbert, Ariz., and Mike Van Genderen, Newton, both 74; 3. Jacob Murray, Hartford, 64; 4. Jesse Sobbing, Glenwood, 62; 5. Levi Nielsen, Mason City, 60; 6. J.J. Wise, Garner, 59; 7. Jeremy Mills, Garner, 55; 8. Mike Jergens, Plover, and Tyler Heetland, Bancroft, both 54; 10. Cayden Carter, Oskaloosa, and Jeff Joldersma, McClelland, both 53; 12. Kyle Brown, Kellogg, 52; 13. Jeff Waterman, Quincy, Ill., 49; 14. Ronn Lauritzen, Jesup, and Richie Gustin, Gilman, both 45; 16. Clayton Christensen, Spencer, 44; 17. Jimmy Gustin, Marshalltown, 40; 18. Mark Elliott, Webster City, and Eric Dailey, Armstrong, both 38; 20. Kelly Shryock, Fertile, and Ryan Ruter, Kanawha, both 37.
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RelatedPosts CAF gives date for resumption of AFCON 2021, Qatar 2022 qualifiers Madagascar herb not cure for COVID-19, FG declares CAF, NFF salute Chukwueze at 21 Madagascar has pulled out of Saturday’s planned friendly match hastily arranged by the South African Football Association after their initial opponent Zambia pulled out of the friendly a few days ago. The Bafana Bafana were originally set to face Zambia in Lusaka, the capital of Zambia, as part of their warm-up fixtures before their Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers in November, but the match was cancelled on Tuesday after Zambia withdrew, citing xenophobic attacks on foreign nationals in South Africa. The South African Football Association hastily arranged a replacement with Madagascar and even announced free entry for supporters attending the fixture at Orlando Stadium in Soweto. However, the Malagasy Football Federation in a statement on Thursday afternoon said it is pulling out of the planned friendly, citing security reasons. The statement reads: “The Malagasy Football Federation (FMF) has been approached by the South African Football Federation (SAFA) to organize a friendly match between the national team of Madagascar and that of South Africa. “Honoured by this consideration, and finding the interesting opportunity to prepare the Malagasy national team for the different deadlines that await them, the FMF initially gave its agreement in principle for the organisation of the meeting. “However, after having agreed with Malagasy national institutions in particular regarding the security of the delegation of Madagascar and Malagasy nationals in South Africa, it was found necessary and judicious to decline the invitation. “The Malagasy national team will continue its reunion in Madagascar and will see its elements return to their respective clubs after the FIFA date. “Finally, the FMF apologises to SAFA for the efforts they have begun to organise the meeting, and also supporters of Malagasy football who looked forward to the match.” Bafana Bafana confirmed the cancellation of the match in a tweet by the South African FA.Tags: Africa Cup of NationsMadagascarMalagasy Football FederationSouth Africa Football AssociationZAMBIA
Published on March 22, 2012 at 12:00 pm Contact Michael: email@example.com | @Michael_Cohen13 Comments Facebook Twitter Google+ BOSTON – The last 3-pointer would have brought Dion Waiters to tears. Wisconsin couldn’t really hit a 15th shot from beyond the arc, could it?So as Waiters flew through the air, right arm extended to contest Jordan Taylor’s shot from the top of the key with three seconds remaining, he prayed. Sixty times the Syracuse sophomore guard said he prayed to God that Taylor’s shot wouldn’t fall through like so many of Wisconsin’s attempts already had.He snapped his head back around just in time for the moment of truth, with the ball a mere inches from the rim.Waiters didn’t shed a tear.‘If he would have made that shot, I probably would have cried,’ he said. ‘I haven’t cried in so long but I would have cried if he made that shot, I’m going to be honest.’AdvertisementThis is placeholder textTaylor’s final shot came up short and a putback attempt by Josh Gasser went awry, as No. 1 Syracuse (34-2) hung on for a 64-63 win over Wisconsin in front of a sold-out TD Garden. A dazzling shooting performance by the fourth-seeded Badgers (26-10) fizzled during the game’s crucial moments, as SU’s zone defense forced five consecutive misses from 3-point range to close out the game.The Orange withstood 14 3s to advance to the Elite Eight for the first time since winning the national championship in 2003. Syracuse will play No. 2 Ohio State at 7:05 p.m. on Saturday after the Buckeyes knocked off Cincinnati later Thursday night.It was no secret coming in to Thursday night’s game that the Badgers had the personnel to bust Syracuse’s 2-3 zone, with five players shooting better than 30 percent from 3-point range. And in SU’s two losses this season, white-hot shooting from long range was a key component in knocking off the Orange.But the clinic put on by the Badgers in the second half was something from another world. Wisconsin hit nine of its 16 attempts, including a stretch of six consecutive makes.‘It was crazy,’ Syracuse forward James Southerland said. ‘They had one of the greatest shooting nights I’ve seen in the second half all year.’The Badgers finished the game with twice as many 3-point field goals (14) as two-point field goals (seven). But by the end of the game, they had turned into a one-dimensional team.The two guards at the top of the Syracuse zone defense and the two wings along the back line began to step out further on the Wisconsin shooters, pushing them off their spots, as SU head coach Jim Boeheim called it.With no interior threat to worry about, the Orange felt comfortable leaving sophomore center Baye Keita alone inside to shoulder the defensive load.Wisconsin managed just 10 points in the paint during the game, only two of which came after halftime.‘It starts with the guards,’ Waiters said. ‘You saw how far we extended the zone. We were not letting them shoot. Especially Jordan (Taylor). We were not letting him shoot anymore.’Taylor orchestrated the brilliant shooting stretch that kept the Badgers in the game throughout the second half, but he also led the ice-cold final seven minutes that sent Wisconsin packing.Taylor nailed a 3 from the left wing with 7:05 to go, giving a Michael Jordan-esque shrug to teammate Ben Brust as he jogged back down court following his fifth made triple of the game.It would be his last.The Badgers failed to hit another 3-pointer the rest of the way, with their last field goal coming on a tough, contested jump shot by Ryan Evans. Four different players missed from long range during that stretch, including a pair of misses from Taylor, who finished with 17 points.‘We knew if you live by the 3, you’re going down by it some day,’ Syracuse guard Scoop Jardine said. ‘And today they died by it.’But as Boeheim noted in his postgame press conference, the Badgers nearly lived. Their 14 made 3-pointers were tied for the fifth-highest total a team has ever tallied against the Orange.They copied the recipe of success put forth by Notre Dame and Cincinnati, the only two teams to beat Syracuse this season, yet still came up short.‘This is one of the best games I’ve been involved with in a long time,’ Boeheim said. ‘I think the best game anybody has ever played against us and didn’t beat us.’Yet as Taylor’s final shot was in the air, Waiters was still unsure. Sure he’d contested the shot, but that hadn’t stopped Wisconsin before.This particular closeout required more than a hand in Taylor’s face. Waiters sought help from above, and his prayers were answered with a trip to the Elite Eight.‘I think I prayed 60 times in two seconds, man,’ Waiters said. ‘It was – I’m glad he missed it.’firstname.lastname@example.org
Michael Mersch has been a goal scoring machine during his Wisconsin career, but for whatever reason he has struggled to produce in the playoffs. That all changed Friday afternoon in the Big Ten tournament semifinal against Penn State at the Xcel Energy Center. Propelled by two goals from Mersch, the Wisconsin men’s hockey team trumped the Nittany Lions by a final score of 2-1 in St. Paul to move onto the Big Ten Tournament championship game Saturday.Mersch had tallied just four points in his career during the postseason with just one goal to his credit in 10 career postseason games, but in the midst of just one period he doubled his goal output to deliver the game-tying and what proved to be the game-winning goals for Wisconsin (23-10-2).“He’s been great against us,” Penn State head coach Guy Gadowsky said of Mersch. “That’s not a surprise to us. He’s been great against us all year. He’s a tough, big body to handle. He’s great on the power play. But he’s also a confidence guy, five-on-five, and tough to handle in defensive zone.”All of the scoring in the game in fact was contained in just the one period, the second period, in which Mersch tallied both of his goals. It was Penn State (8-26-2), though, which struck first in a bid to continue its season after eking out a double overtime victory over Michigan Thursday.After the two teams played to a scoreless draw in the first 20 minutes, Penn State came out eager in the second frame and finally broke the scoring drought just 55 seconds into the second period when Curtis Loik chopped a centering pass from Kenny Brooks over Wisconsin goaltender Joel Rumpel.According to Wisconsin head coach Mike Eaves, it took his players almost the whole first period to get their feet under them after having a week off since playing their last game and having a goal scored just moments into the second period could have set the Badgers back. But Mersch and the second line picked the Badgers back up after falling down and quickly equalized the game just 32 seconds after the Nittany Lions had taken the lead.“Penn State was playing at a higher level, quicker pace. They were making decisions with the puck before they got it. And we started to pick it up a little bit in the second period,” Eaves said.Badgers’ redshirt freshman Morgan Zulinick started the play when he dug for the puck at the blue line up against the right wing boards and came up with possession. Zulinick slid a pass to center Jefferson Dahl at the far edge of the left circle who then found Mersch at the right goal line. After Mersch was denied by PSU goaltender Matthew Skoff on his first attempt to stuff the biscuit home, he put away the rebound chance into the back of the net to tie the game at one.The rest of the second period remained rather uneventful, although Penn State did get the first power play advantage of the game a few minutes after the Wisconsin equalizing goal at the 3:11 mark. After failing to score on the man advantage, Penn State took a penalty at the tail end of its first power play to send Wisconsin on its first power play chance of the game. The Badgers came up empty on their first chance and were thwarted on their second opportunity as well with around five minutes left in the second period.But the third time was the charm for Wisconsin as with just over a minute left in the frame Wisconsin came into the zone on an odd man rush and with only one Penn State defenseman back another Nittany Lion jumped off the bench into the play, resulting in a penalty for too many men on the ice. Mersch and the Wisconsin power play jumped on the chance, and with 10.5 seconds left in the period Mersch sent home another rebound, after the initial shot came from Zengerle at the right goal line, into the back of the net to put Wisconsin up 2-1, a lead that would hold up for good.Penn State had several quality chances in the final period and had nine shots on goal, but Rumpel stood tall to the task and came up with all nine shots to give him 24 saves in the game.The Badgers helped out their goaltender in the waning moments of the game by keeping the puck in the offensive zone and not allowing Skoff (32 saves) an opportunity to get to the bench for an extra attacker. Wisconsin held offensive possession for almost the last minute of the game and as the Nittany Lions finally broke out of their zone for one last opportunity, the Wisconsin defense forced them into a turnover at the Badger blue line and took the puck back as the horn sounded on the Badger victory.With his two goals in the game, Mersch has 22 goals on the season which includes 10 power-play goals.“It was a matter of time. Because of his work ethic, this flow and ebb thatoffense has, he works through it, shortened the time he was down in the valley and he’s back on top,” Eaves said about Mersch ramping up his postseason scoring.“Michael [Mersch] knows that one of his responsibilities on our team is to be on the score sheet. He takes great pride on that. It’s nice for him. That gives him confidence, and he gets that confidence, maybe he can stay up there for a while.”Wisconsin will play the winner of the Ohio State-Minnesota game at 7 p.m. Saturday night at the Xcel Energy Center.
The Wisconsin volleyball team continued its recent streak of dominance over the state of Illinois.After defeating nationally-ranked Illinois earlier this week, the Badgers were back in action today and extended their 11-game Big Ten home winning streak by sweeping Northwestern 3-0 behind strong performances from sophomore Kelli Bates and redshirt junior Romana Kriskova.No. 19 Wisconsin (10-4, 2-2 Big Ten) got off to a fast start in the first set behind Kriskova’s three kills and an improving bevy of weapons at junior setter Lauren Carlini’s disposal.After the match, Kriskova credited her improved play over the last few matches to the strong Badgers attack and her growing confidence on the court.“Definitely credit goes to our passing,” Kriskova said. “Since the passing is great, our setter can run offense and can set wherever she wants to. And also, I’m getting more and more confidence in myself. I think that helps.”The second set was more of the same as Wisconsin toyed with the Wildcats (10-5, 2-2) en route to a 25-16 victory. The Badgers made sure to get Bates involved as she tallied five of her game-high 12 kills in the second game hitting at an outstanding 40 percent rate.In the final set, Wisconsin continued its dominance and pulled away early to complete their first sweep of Big Ten play.This time, it was the combination of Bates and Kriskova that pushed the Badgers over the edge as they combined for two-thirds of the kills in the final game.Bates discussed the plethora of attackers the Badgers have on the front line.“[Carlini] can be really deceptive, and with Romana getting all of these kills and completely earning her spot, it makes it a lot easier on me to get the kills when I need to,” Bates said. “I think we’re really hard to defend just because we have such great ball control, such a great setter and we have great attackers.”Bates also noted that playing at home gives the Badgers the extra swagger needed to finish off their opponents.“The home crowd is really energetic in the Field House, so it’s really easy to feed off of that momentum,” Bates said. “We’re trying to establish ourselves as a top-tier program, so with the Field House’s help and all of the ridiculous crowds that we get, it makes it really easy to have confidence in your team and feed off of what the crowd is giving us.”Wisconsin improved to 50-29 all time against Northwestern and now turns its attention to an East Coast road trip against Rutgers and Maryland.Wisconsin will next play at home on Oct. 14 against Minnesota in the annual Border Battle.
Tipperary trainer Tommy Stack has announced that he’s going to retire at the end of this year. The Classic-winning trainer will hand over the reigns of the business to his son Fozzy who will take over operations at Thomastown Castle in Co Tipperary.Stack began training in the 1980s and over a 30-year career he has sent out the winners of both the Irish and English 1,000 Guineas.
Black Stars head coach Kwesi Appiah is expected to defend his 30-man provisional squad for the World Cup in Brazil, upon arrival from the United Kingdom.Reports are that the Black Stars coach will defend his World Cup provisional list before the technical committees of the Ghana FA come next week..Coach Appiah will be presenting a 30-man list as speculated and he is expected to defend the inclusion of every player in the list, because the World Cup is believed not to be a tea party.Appiah is in the United Kingdom monitoring certain players and understudying some coaches ahead of the World Cup.The technical head believes the World Cup is the greatest football competition in the world and therefore he and his bench men are working hard to make an impact by going beyond the quarter finalGhanaians are therefore expecting the coach to bring forward the best legs the country has, without any influence in his selection, so whoever he chooses,he must be ready to defend them before the technical committee of the Ghana FA. All 32 World Cup finalists are expected to submit a 30-man provisional squad latest May 13 to FIFA.
Teenager Ghirmay Ghebreselassie claimed the first title of the Beijing world championships for Eritrea on Saturday, easing clear of his rivals over the final six kilometres to win the men’s marathon.The 19-year-old grabbed his nation’s flag as he entered the Bird’s Nest stadium and crossed the line in two hours, 12 minutes and 27 seconds to give Eritrea its first world championships gold medal.Ethiopian Yemane Tsegay, who led briefly before Ghebreselassie’s final surge, crossed the line 40 seconds behind the Eritrean while Uganda’s Solomon Mutai claimed bronze in 2.13.29.Eritrea’s only previous world championship medal was a silver for Zersenay Tadesse in the 10,000m in 2009.Above: Winner Ghirmay Ghebreslassie of Eritrea (C), second placed Yemane Tsegay of Ethiopia (L) and third placed Munyo Solomon Mutai of Uganda celebrate with their national flags after crossing the finish line in the men’s marathon. –Follow the Games through Joy Sports’ coverage on Facebook and Twitter: @Joy997FM. Our hashtag is #JoySports
After finalizing the rosters, there are now a total of 416 players in the league. And while the rosters have been trimmed, there’s obviously still time ahead of the season for more transactions to take place. Just like in the NFL, when one team cuts a player there may another team in the league that has interest in that player. There could also potentially be late free agent additions.MORE XFL: Rules | Schedule | UniformsBut as of now, below is what the rosters look like. And of course there’s still time for each team to finish its depth chart and announce starters. For example, the St. Louis BattleHawks used four different quarterbacks in its scrimmage game earlier this month, so that team is still determining who should start at QB.In fact, commissioner Oliver Luck recently told XFL.com how likely it would be that teams will use multiple quarterbacks. Air Force10Cobbs, SimmieWR6’3″220Indiana12Jones, CardaleQB6’5″264Ohio State15Ross, RashadWR6’0″180Arizona State16Palka, TylerWR6’0″197Gannon19Dupre, MalachiWR6’4″195Louisiana State20Merritt, CarlosS6’0″190Campbell21Grant, DoranCB5’10″195Ohio State22Elam, MattS5’10″205Florida23Myrick, JalenCB5’10″201Minnesota24Pumphrey, DonnelRB5’8″178San Diego State25Lawrence, DesmondCB5’11″187North Carolina26Pressley, JhurellRB5’10″209New Mexico28Campbell, ElijahCB5’11″192Northern Iowa29Kinnel, TyreeS5’11″210Michigan30Sylve, BradleyCB6’0″172Alabama31Brossette, NickRB5’11″210Louisiana State32Abdullah, KhalidRB5’9″226James Madison38Thomas, ShamarkoS5’9″205Syracuse42Khoury, BrianDE6’3″238Carnegie Mellon51Johnson, DorianOG6’5″291Pittsburgh52Celestin, JonathanLB6’0″227Minnesota53Thurman, JameerLB6’0″223Indiana State54Massaquoi, JonathanLB6’2″265Troy55Williams, AntwioneLB6’3″245Georgia Southern56Freeman, KeShunDE6’2″259Georgia Tech58Wright, ScoobyLB6’0″228Arizona59Tarpley, A.J.LB6’2″225Stanford64Toth, JonOC6’5″298Kentucky69Boozer, ColeOT6’5″306Temple72Tuley-Tillman, LoganOT6’6″308Texas-El Paso74Cook, RishardOG6’3″364UAB75Brown, ChrisOG6’4″315Southern California77O’Hagan, JamesOC6’2″299Buffalo78Bunche, MalcolmOT6’6″326UCLA79Wesley, De’OndreOT6’6″320Brigham Young80Ernsberger, DonnieTE6’3″241Western Michigan85Hayward, DerrickTE6’5″260Maryland86Lee, KhariTE6’4″255Bowie State90Anau, SiupeliDT6’2″286Northern Arizona91Barnes, TavarisDE6’4″267Clemson92Qualls, ElijahDT6’1″337Washington93Sprinkle, TracyDT6’2″287Ohio State94Vakameilalo, KalaniDT6’3″322Oregon State95Bigelow, KennyDT6’3″308West Virginia96Bromley, JayDT6’3″297Syracuse99Montgomery, SamDE6’3″248Louisiana StateDallas Renegades rosterNo.Name The XFL has finalized its 52-man rosters for each of its eight teams.With the start of the season fast approaching (Sat. Feb. 8), the need to trim rosters down became a must. Overall there won’t be too many players without a team. The league’s draft made it so each team finished with a 71-man roster for a total of 568 total players. 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Austin20Cook III, TimRB6-0247Oregon State21Summers, JamarCB5-11186Connecticut22Askew-Henry, DravonS5-11187West Virginia23Stockton, JustinRB5-9197Texas Tech24Texada II, RanthonyCB5-8181Texas Christian26Neal, DeJuanCB5-11193Shepherd27Victor, DariusRB5-6226Towson28Sutton, WesleyS5-11188Northern Arizona29Jones, BryceCB5’11168Akron30Soroh, AndrewS6-0206Florida Atlantic31Alexander, TerrenceCB5-9181Louisiana State33Hendy, A.J.S6-1202Maryland34Colburn II, MatthewRB5-8189Wake Forest36Cox, DemetriousS6-0196Michigan State42Daly, ScottLS6-2237Notre Dame44Mueller, RyanLB6-1247Kansas State45Hines, D’JuanLB6-1227Houston47Ginda, FrankLB6-0235San Jose State48Johnson, JawuanLB5-11230Texas Christian49DeLuca, NickLB6-3227North Dakota State55Wright, CharlesDE6-3221Vanderbilt56Heeney, BenLB6-0218Kansas58Rotimi JR, BunmiDE6-3265Old Dominion59Dooley, GarretLB6-2237Wisconsin68Brumfield, GarrettC6-3299Louisiana State69Silberman, IanC6-5311Boston College70Kling IV, JohnT6-7353Buffalo71Weiss, BrantT6-5291Toledo73Young, AveryOL6-5347Auburn74Jones, JarronT6-6320Notre Dame77Mama, DamienG6-4333USC78Coyle, AnthonyG6-5298Fordham83Sutherland, JakeTE6-4250Morehead State85Brown, KeenenTE6-2256Texas State87Powell, JakeTE6-5231Monmouth (NJ)88Bibbs, EJTE6-3260Iowa State91Owens, JarrellDE6-2276Oklahoma State93Barnes, TJDT6-7365Georgia Tech94Mbu, JoeyDT6-3341Houston95Johnson JR, TobyDT6-4340Georgia99Walker, CavonDT6-2287MarylandHouston Roughnecks rosterNo.NamePos.Ht.Wt.College1Lewis, KahlilWR5-10190Cincinnati3Mobley, SamWR5-10175Catawba5Rehkow, AustinP6-3214Idaho7Castillo, SergioK5-10175West Texas AM10Coates, SammieWR6-1210Auburn11Walker, P.J.QB5-11214Temple13Bolden, RayWR5-9165Stony Brook14Phillips, CamWR6-0201Virginia Tech15Malone, RyheemWR5-9187Louisiana-Lafayette17Jackson, BlakeWR5-11200Mary Hardin-Baylor18Cook, ConnorQB6-4217Michigan State20Huff, MarquestonS5-11196Wyoming21James, CharlesCB5-9185Charleston Southern22Ballard, CorrianS6-3195Utah23Elston, TraeS5-11193Mississippi25Brown, CodyS6-0208Arkansas State26Smith, SaivionCB6-1190Alabama27Harris, AjeneCB5-10190USC28Butler, JamesRB5-10205Nevada/Iowa29Henderson, De’AngeloRB5-8207Coastal Carolina30Olatoye, DejiCB6-1205North Carolina A&T32Nichols, DeatrickCB5-9185South Florida33Holley, NickRB5-10194Kent State40Schwab, TyLB6-1225Boston College41Johnson, JeremiahCB6-1185Concord42Brown, BeniquezLB6-0229Mississippi State43Bradford, CarlLB6-1250Arizona State44Williams, AndreRB6-0220Boston College47Gates, DeMarquisLB6-2221Mississippi50Burnett, KaelinLB6-4234Nevada51Robinson, EdmondLB6-3245Newberry53Lewis, DrewLB6-2229Colorado54Lewis, LaTroyLB6-3240Tennessee56Koroma, TejanOL6-1300Brigham Young58Taylor, ColtonLS5-11241Virginia Tech59McMillian, VantrellDL6-3255Chattanooga60Weathersby, TobyOL6-5315LSU65Rhaney, DemetriusOL6-2305Tennessee State66Tucker, MarquezOL6-3300Southern Utah69Faciane, IsameOL6-3300Florida International73Tretola, SebastianOL6-3325Arkansas74Gennesy, AveryOL6-5315Texas A&M76Bushell-Beatty, JuwannOL6-5333Michigan77Palmer, KelvinOL6-4290Baylor79Poole, TerryOL6-5307San Diego State90Maxey, JohnnyDE6-4293Mars Hill91Lyons, CaushaudDL6-5284Tusculum93Crawford, CoreyDE6-5283Clemson94Ealy, KonyDE6-4273Missouri96Palmore, WalterDL6-4320Missouri97Wright, GabeDL6-3285Auburn98James, NickDL6-4314Mississippi StateSt. Louis BattleHawks rosterNo.NamePos.Ht.Wt.College00Payne, JakeDT6’4300Shenandoah2Washington, L’DamianWR6’4216Missouri4Fitzgerald, NickQB6’5227Mississippi State5Russolino, TaylorK6’0170Millsaps6Heinicke, TaylorQB6’1205Old Dominion7King, MarquetteP6’0192Fort Valley State10Ta’amu, JordanQB6’2221Mississippi14Agudosi, CarltonWR6’6220Rutgers15Pierson-El, De’MornayWR5’9194Nebraska17Mumphery, KeithWR6’0210Michigan State20Tillery, LenardRB5’9201Southern University23Robinson, KennyS6’2198West Virginia21Jones-Quartey, HaroldDB5’11″215Findlay24Jones, MattRB6’2227Florida22White, RyanCB5’11″196Auburn25Hill, WillS6’1202Florida26McCoil, DexterS6’4224Tulsa28Nelson, RobertCB5’10174Arizona State29Rivers, DavidCB6’0185Youngstown State31Caldwell, TreyCB5’8188Louisiana-Monroe33Michael, ChristineRB5’10220Texas A&M35Wade, D’MontreCB6’0200Murray State36Ford, KeithRB5’10219Texas A&M41Hillary, DariusDB5’10183Wisconsin42Jones, ShaqDE6’2248Alabama-Birmingham44Powell, JoeS6’2235Globe Tech48Carew, TannerLS6’1245Oregon53President, GimelDE6’4275Illinois54Hendrix, DewayneDL6’4269Pittsburgh55Ankrah, AndrewDE6’3216James Madison56Hoskins, Ro’DerrickLB6’2230Florida State57Garvin, TerenceLB6’3242West Virginia58Beauharnais, SteveLB6’0240Rutgers61Reagan, BrunoOT6’3322Vanderbilt64Miller, MichaelOG6’4298Washburn66Allen, DejonOG6’3290Hawaii67Folkerts, BrianOG6’4310Washburn69McDonald, AndrewOT6’5316Indiana72Campos, JakeOG6’7320Iowa State73McCants, MattOT6’5309Alabama-Birmingham75Wallace, BrianOL6’5326Arkansas76Perkins, KentOT6’5311Texas82Hunt, ColeTE6’6254Texas Christian83Saxton, WesTE6’4240South Alabama84Russell, AlonzoWR6’4218Toledo85Lucas, MarcusWR6’5220Missouri87Reilly, BrandonWR6’1202Nebraska90Sayles, CaseyDT6’3289Ohio94Soulek, KellenDT6’4310South Dakota State95Ward, ChanningDT6’4260Mississippi96Lambert, DavonteDT6’1279Auburn98Clarke, WillDL6’6271West VirginiaTampa Bay Vipers rosterNo.NamePos.Ht.Wt.College3Andrew FranksK6-1205Rensselaer Polytechnic4Taylor CorneliusQB6-6232Oklahoma State8Chase LittonQB6-5230Marshall9Quinton FlowersQB/RB5-10211South Florida10Jake SchumP5-11212Buffalo11Aaron MurrayQB6-1207Georgia13Donteea DyeWR5-10195Heidelberg14Stacy ColeyWR6-0195Miami (FL)15Seantavius JonesWR6-4209Valdosta State17Jalen TolliverWR6-3209Arkansas-Monticello18Reece HornWR6-3213Indianapolis19Tanner McEvoyWR6-6230Wisconsin20Tarvarus McFaddenDB6-2205Florida State21Robert PriesterS5-9181Wyoming22Rannell HallDB6-0200Central Florida23Anthoula KellyDB5-10183Fresno State24De’Veon SmithRB5-11225Michigan27Micah HannemannS6-0190Brigham Young28Bryce CanadyCB6-0193Florida International29Jacques PatrickRB6-3235Florida State30Demontre HurstCB5-10183Oklahoma31Corey MooreDB6-2200Georgia32Jalen CollinsCB6-1203Louisiana State33Shelton LewisCB6-0185Florida Atlantic34Mack BrownRB5-11213Florida35Marcelis BranchS5-11190Robert Morris41Terrance PlummerLB6-1234Central Florida42Nick MooreLS6-3245Georgia43Emmanuel BealLB6-0223Oklahoma45Lucas WachaLB6-1230Wyoming49Nikita WhitlockDT5-10250Wake Forest50John YarbroughOC6-4300Richmond53Deiontrez MountDE6-5253Louisville56Ike SpearmanLB6-0233Eastern Michigan63Jordan McCrayOC6-3322Central Florida67Jerald FosterOG6-3335Nebraska71Isaiah WilliamsOT6-3306Akron73Martez IveyOT6-5315Florida75Andrew TillerOG6-5334Syracuse76Daronte BouldinOG6-6331Mississippi78Marquis LucasOT6-4315West Virginia80DeAndre GoolsbyTE6-5240Florida81Daniel WilliamsWR6-3201Jackson State83Ryan DavisWR5-10189Auburn85Nick TruesdellTE6-5249Grand Rapids Jr. Co.86Colin ThompsonTE6-4258Temple91Bobby RichardsonDE6-3286Indiana92Josh BanksDT6-4290Wake Forest95CeCe JeffersonDE6-1266Florida96Jason NeillDE6-3278Texas-San Antonio97Ricky WalkerDT6-2295Virginia TechSeattle Dragons rosterNo.NamePos.Ht.Wt.College2Kasen WilliamsWR6-1218Washington7B.J. DanielsQB5-11222South Florida9Brock MillerP5-11190Southern Utah10John SantiagoWR5-9170North Dakota11Sergio BaileyWR6-0185Eastern Michigan12Brandon SilversQB6-3224Troy13Austin ProehlWR5-9182North Carolina14Alonzo MooreWR6-1199Nebraska16Dontez ByrdWR5-11180Tennessee Tech19Keenan ReynoldsWR5-10190Navy20Kenneth FarrowRB5-10219Houston21Mohammed SeisayCB6-1202Nebraska23Trey WilliamsRB5-8195Texas A&M24Marko MyersCB5-10185Southeastern25Steve WilliamsCB5-9181California27Johnathan AlstonCB6-1206North Carolina State30Channing StriblingCB6-2188Michigan31Ja’Quan GardnerRB5-5201Humboldt State32Tyson GrahamS6-2208South Dakota33Jordan MartinS6-2204Syracuse34Jeremy ClarkCB6-3206Michigan35Godwin IgwebuikeS6-0212Northwestern39Santos RamirezS6-1202Arkansas41Noah BordenLS6-1220Hawaii50Dillon DayC6-3301Mississippi St.51Praise Martin-OguikeDE6-0258Temple52Kyle QueiroLB6-2215Northwestern55Nick TempleLB5-10224Cincinnati56Nyles MorganLB6-1230Notre Dame57Marcel FrazierDE6-5256Missouri59Steven JohnsonLB6-1239Kansas68Cyril RichardsonG6-5329Baylor69William CampbellG6-5309Michigan72Anthony MotenDT6-4315Miami (FL)73Kirk BarronC6-2309Purdue75Venzell BoulwareG6-3306Tennessee76Michael DunnT6-5300Maryland77Quinterrius EatmonT6-6313South Florida79Isaiah BattleT6-6312Clemson81Colin JeterTE6-5250LSU84Ben JohnsonTE6-4246Kansas85Cam ClearTE6-5277Texas A&M88Evan RodriguezTE6-2239Temple89Connor HamlettTE6-7259Oregon State90Stansly MapongaDE6-2256TCU91Anthony JohnsonDE6-3279Florida International92Durrant MilesDE6-4263Boise State93Will SuttonDT6-1303Arizona State94Pasoni TasiniDT6-4297Utah97Jacquies SmithDE6-3253Missouri99Jordan ThompsonDT6-2284NorthwesternL.A. Wildcats rosterNo.Name “We decided we wanted to get two really solid players at the quarterback position for each team,” Luck said. “Based on what I saw, we did that. I’ll be shocked if any team has the same quarterback through Week 10 just given the nature of the game, the fact that it’s a startup and we have some good defensive players coming off the edge.”Below are all of the rosters for each individual team.MORE: Former NFL, college names you’ll recognize in XFLD.C. Defenders rosterNo.NamePos.Ht.Wt.College1Thompkins, DeAndreWR5’11″187Penn State2Rausa, TyK5’9″189Boise State3Jackson, TyreeQB6’7″250Buffalo4Rogers, EliWR5’11″176Louisville7Niswander, HunterP6’5″230Northwestern9Rowell, JalenWR6’4”