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AMERICAN FOOTBALL NEWS RANKINGS THROUGH AUGUST 28TH.

AMERICAN FOOTBALL NEWS TODAY AAA RANKINGS FOR SUMMER SEASON LEAGUES. "TOP 40". Games played through August 28th. Minimum 4 games to qualify:

1. Nashville Storm (9-0) North American League
2. Oklahoma Thunder* (10-0) World League
3. Seattle Stallions* (11-0) Western Washington Football Alliance
4. Central Penn Piranha (7-0) Big Northeast Football Federation
5. Bellingham Bulldogs (11-0) North American League
6. Pittsburgh Pride (12-0) United States Football Assoc.
7. Virginia Vipers (8-0) Regional Atlantic League
8. Satsuma Sharks (12-0) Premier South League
9. Columbus Fire (7-0) Mid-Continental League
10.New Jersey Bucaneers (8-0) Regional Atlantic League
11.Dakota Lawdawgs (10-0) Alliance Football League11
12. Madison Mustangs* (12-0) Iron Man League
13. Detroit Seminoles (7-1) Mid Continental League
14. Buffalo Gladiators (10-0) Northeast Football Alliance
15. Lackawana Dynasty (9-0-1) United States Football Alliance
16. Western Mass Blitzin'Bears (8-0) Eastern League
17. Tennessee Hurricanes (10-0) Alliance League
18. Philadelphia Panthers (5-0) Big Northeast League
19, Baltimore Saints (7-0) Mid Atlantic League
20. Hampton Roads Hurricanes (7-0-1) North American League
21. Hinesville Hurricanes (6-0) Southeast American League
22. Rocket City Titans (12-1) Premier South League
23, Henry County Horsemen ( (9-1) United South League
24. Tennessee Crush (9-1) United South League
25. Colorado Springs Flames* (9-1) Colorado Football Conference
26. Arbutus Big Red (8-1) Mason Dixon League
27. New Jersey Lions (6-1) Big Northeast League
28. Syracuse Shock (7-1) North American League
29. Glove City Colonials (8-1) North American League
30. Plattsburg North Stars (7-1) Empire
31. Troy Fighting Irish (7-1) Northeast Football Alliance
32. Mid West Titans * (9-1) Alliance League
33. Watertown Red &Black (7-1) Empire League
34. Denver Titans* (8-2) Colorado Football Conference
35. Middleboro Cobras (7-1) New England League
36. Clinton Irish Blizzard (6-1) Eastern League
37. West Virginia Lightning (12-2) United States Football Assoc.
38. Detroit Black Ravens (12-2) United States Football Assoc.
39. Capital City Stealth (8-2) North American League
40. Indianapolis Tornadoes (7-2) North American League


SUMMER/FALL SEASON CLASS AA & 1AA . 4 GAMES TO QUALIFY.
Ranking for games playerd through August 4th:
There will be two separate National Championships for 1A &AA in January 2011, in Homestead, Florida.
The Lima Warriors, Champions of the Heartland League #2 have been invited to play in the AA game. The Roscoe Rush & Indiana Generals are being considered for their opponent.

1. Roscoe Rush (11-0) Mid States League(AA)
1. Kentucky Wolverines (13-1) GridIron Developmental League(1A)
2. Carolina Warriors (10-1) Gridiron Developmental League(1A)
2. Lima Warriors* (11-3) Heartland League Champions(AA)
3. Metro Detroit Wolverines (14-1) Great Midwest(1A)
4. Chippewa Valley Predators*(9-1) Northern Elite Football League(1A)
5. Carolina Cougars (8-1) Gridiron Developmental(1A)
6. Rochester Renegades (9-0-1) Grid Iron Alliance(1A)
4. Indiana Generals (9-0) Interstate League(AA)
7. Beaufort Broncos (7-0) Gridiron Developmental(1A)
8. Noble Co. Wolfpack (8-0) Interstate League(AA)
8. Hinesville Hurricanes (6-0) Southeastern American League(1A)
9. Racine Raiders (8-2) Mid States League(AA)
10.Leyden Lions (8-1) Mid States League(AA)
11 West Central Wildcats (7-1) Interstate League(AA)
9. Atlanta Chiefs (6-1-1) Southern Football League(1A)
11.Jackson Juggernauts (5-1) Southern American League(AA)
10 St.Paul Pioneers*(10-2) Northern Elite League(1A)
12 Ohio Valley Warriors* (11-4) Heartland League(AA)
13 Mid Ohio Jets* (11-3) Heartland League(AA)
14 Cleveland Cobras* (11-3) Heartland League(AA)
15.Central Ohio Spartans* (11-2) Heartland League(AA)
16 Ky/Ohio Xreme* (11-2) Heartland League(AA)
17.Indiana Patriots (5-1) Crossroads League(AA)
11.Fox Valley Forece* (9-2) Northern Elite League(1A)
12.Youngstown Steelers (8-2) Grid Iron Alliance(1A)
18.River City Eclipse (10-3) Great Midwest League(AA)
19.Detroit Diesels (8-3-1) Great Lakes Football League(AA)
20.Columbus War Eagles* (10-4) Heartland League(AA)



LIMA WARRIORS TO PLAY IN AA NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP
The Lima Warriors, Champions of the Heartland Football League (11-3), have been invited to play in the AFNT Sunshine Bowl Extravaganza of Bowl and Championship games the weekend of January 14,15 & 16,2011 in Homestead,Florida. They will be in the AA National Championship game. The Warriors started out their season with three loses, but put on a surge of eleven straight wins to capture the HFL Championship.
A opponent for the Warriors will be announced soon.