Hello Indiana Semi Pro Football Community
It’s been a while since the last post, so let me first congratulate the Indiana Generals on their Championship and Perfect Season.
With most of the teams in the area finished for the season, the updates have been sparse on IndianaSemiProFootball.com. There are still 4 teams with games left in the CRFL as they being their playoffs this week.
We would like to post one final Fan Prediction Center poll up for who you think will win the CRFL Championships. The polls will stay open until Next Friday.
Good luck to the remaining teams.
Once the CRFL season is over, we will release the final state rankings of the season.
One thing is for certain this off season, there are many many changes coming to the Indiana Semi Pro Community. We have already see a few with the Introduction of the GDFL into the State of Indiana with the Power House team of the Tornadoes, and the introduction of the Indianapolis Saints. The Ohio Outlaws bid farewell as the Revolution start up in Yorktown. These are just a few of the many changes we have heard that are in the works.
Also, the IndianaSemiProFootball.com site will be undergoing quite a few changes this offseason – so keep an eye on our site.
We’ll post our 2010 season wrap-up in a few weeks. Till then, INSPF
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The CFL has two games this weekend.
The #1 Indy Renegades will host the #4 seed Miami Blitz. Kick-off is set for 4pm.
This game will be a charity event as the Renegades have paired up with the folks from the American Cancer Society and have offered to wear pink to show their support for Breast Cancer Awareness Month. They will also be donating all proceeds from that days game to the American Cancer Society. Please come out and support the teams and help in the fight against breast cancer!
The #2 Indiana Patriot will host the #3 Tri-County Raiders. Kick-off set for 3pm.
These two teams have been as competitve on the field as any teams in recent memory. They split the regular season match ups with each team winning at home by very narrow margins. Two opportunistic defenses will once again battle it out to see who gets to move on and play for the chance to be the CRFL chmapion in 2010.
For directions to either game visit www.crossroadsfootballleague.com
The CRFL would like to thank you all for a great inaugural season! We are looking forward to a bright and successful future.
is the crfl excepting new teams for next season and who do we talk to? just a question because I know a few other leagues are talking to teams in the area already.
We are, in fact, looking for new teams. We have heard from a few teams who are weighing their options for the 2011 season. We are hopeful that at least a couple of those teams will find the CRFL to be the best fit for their organization and vice versa.
If you are interested in hearing what the CRFL has to offer, please contact me at:
or call 260-301-1583 and I will be happy to talk with you.