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2010 Indoor Football League season

The 2010 Indoor Football League season was the second season of the Indoor Football League (IFL). The regular season began on Friday, February 26 and ended on Saturday, June 19.[1][2] In March, the Indoor Football League took control of the Alaska Wild and intended to operate the team until a new owner was found or the season ended. In May, after nine games and no new ownership identified, the team forfeited its remaining home games, played its final road game against Tri-Cities under league auspices, and then ceased operations. After three weeks of playoffs the season ended with the 2010 United Bowl on July 17 where the Billings Outlaws defeated the Sioux Falls Storm.

2010 IFL season
LeagueIndoor Football League
SportIndoor Football
DurationFebruary 26, 2010 – July 17, 2010
Regular season
Season championsRichmond Revolution
Season MVPBryan Randall
Intense championsBillings Outlaws
  Intense runners-upArkansas Diamonds
United championsSioux Falls Storm
  United runners-upWichita Wild
2011 United Bowl Championship
ChampionsBillings Outlaws
  Runners-upSioux Falls Storm
Finals MVPChris Dixon
IFL seasons
File- 2010 Indoor Football League Map.png


z=clinched top seed in conference, x=clinched division, y=clinched wild card spot


Conference Quarterfinals Conference Semifinals Conference Championships 2010 United Bowl
2 Rochester 26
1 Richmond 24
AE2 Rochester 33
CW2 Wichita 45
CN2 Bloomington 48
CW2 Wichita 61
2 Wichita 34
United Conference
1 Sioux Falls 52
3 Chicago 46
1 Green Bay 39
CN3 Chicago 33
CW1 Sioux Falls 47
3 Omaha 23
1 Sioux Falls 42
U2 Sioux Falls 34
I1 Billings 43
3 Corpus Christi 29
1 Arkansas 44
LE1 Arkansas 46
LW1 Amarillo 31
2 West Texas 36
1 Amarillo 56
LE1 Arkansas 42
Intense Conference
PN1 Billings 53
PN2 Fairbanks 35
LE2 San Angelo 45
LE2 San Angelo 39
PN1 Billings 68
3 Tri-Cities 45
1 Billings 54


Individual season awardsEdit

Award Winner Position Team
Most Valuable Player Bryan Randall Quarterback Richmond Revolution
Offensive Player of the Year Ben Sankey Quarterback Omaha Beef
Defensive Player of the Year John Fields Defensive Lineman Kent Predators
Special Teams Player of the Year Randy Kelly Kick Returner Wichita Wild
Offensive Rookie of the Year Derrick Ross Running Back San Angelo Stampede Express
Defensive Rookie of the Year Landon Jones Linebacker Colorado Ice
Most Improved Player Maurice Simpkins Linebacker Green Bay Blizzard
Adam Pringle Award Dixie Wooten Quarterback Wichita Wild
Coach of the Year Steve Criswell Head Coach Richmond Revolution
Executive of the Year Darlene Jones Owner San Angelo Stampede Express

1st Team All-IFLEdit

Quarterback Chris Dixon, Billings
Running back Derrick Ross, San Angelo
Wide receiver Luke McArdle, Omaha
Clinton Solomon, Wichita
Kevin Conception, Rochester
Offensive tackle Nick Marshman, Fairbanks
John Mobley, Wichita
Center Derek Stoudt, Richmond
Defensive line Michael Bazemore, Billings
Jon Williams, San Angelo
John Fields, Kent
Linebacker Maurice Simpkins, Green Bay
Landon Jones, Colorado
Defensive back Demarcus James, Richmond
Cashmin Thomas, Amarillo
Darnell Terrell, La Crosse
Special teams
Kicker Tino Amancio, Green Bay
Kick returner Randy Kelly, Wichita
Specialist Eric Henri, West Texas

2nd Team All-IFLEdit

Quarterback Ben Sankey, Omaha
Running back Darius Fudge, Wichita
Wide receiver James Terry, Sioux Falls
Thyron Lewis, Tri-Cities
James Walton, Billings
Offensive tackle Zac Tubbs, Sioux Falls
Rasche Hill, Chicago
Center Ronn Spinner, Maryland
Defensive end Devonte Peterson, Omaha
Luis Vasquez, Arkansas
Jason Holman, Richmond
Linebacker Kelly Rouse, Billings
Brenton Brady, Rochester
Defensive back Johnell Brown, Jr., Fairbanks
Vincent Joseph, Bloomington
Kevin Patterson, Amarillo
Special teams
Kicker David Hendrix, West Michigan
Kick returner B. J. Hill, Green Bay



  1. ^ "IFL Schedule". Archived from the original on 2010-04-03. Retrieved 2010-03-16.
  2. ^ "IFL Standings". Archived from the original on 2014-05-22. Retrieved 2011-06-12.
  3. ^ "Beef on 2010 All-IFL Teams". OurSports Central. June 24, 2010. Retrieved September 25, 2015.