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Discussion in 'Sports' started by Turpius, Jan 29, 2005.
Anybody follow indoor football?
I was thinking of your to San Jose games this year. The gamelooks like it's fun to watch, especially with the smaller field.
from what I've seen of ot on TV last year, they tend to score higher, due to the smaller field and a few other modifications to the game.
It must be a mental block but I can't get into arena football. I like the concept but not the result. Of course, if Austin Wranglers get hot and put it all together and start winning, I may change my mind.
details, details.....of course I could say the same for the Columbus Destroyers too.
I love Arena Football, it is a totally different game then the on the field version. My wife, who hates regular football, enjoys watching Arena Football. There are a few quirky rules but overall it is hut-hut, throw the ball; just like when you where a kid on the playground.
You're right, it is a totally different game. It is nothing like outdoor football but it is entertaining. I can get into it sometimes, about a month after the NFL is over. But I can't get into it so much that I'll stay tuned every week. They don't even cover it in my paper.
Arena football is the best brand of football out there. I just wish the Chicago Rush would win an Arena Bowl.
I like the net in the end-zone thing. What a cool concept! It reminds me of when we used to throw the football up on the roof and whoever caught it scored a touchdown!
We have an IFL (Indoor Football League) team in Casper and coasted into the playoffs. Then lost unexpectedly and are out. Grrrr.
Arena is for bigger markets. But it is great to get 4000 screaming fans and watch the game up close.
Arena football is fun to watch but it ain't the real thing