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March 7, 2004 | THE INQUIRER STAFF
DALLAS - Desperados quarterback Glenn Gauntt threw eight touchdown passes as Dallas came from behind to down the Grand Rapids Rampage, 66-50, last night. The winless Rampage, who led by 38-35 at halftime, could not keep Gauntt from finding Bobby Sippio (six catches, 116 yards) and Jason Shelley (nine catches, 138 yards) for three TD passes each. Predators 50, Firebirds 38 ORLANDO, Fla. - Rookie quarterback Joe Hamilton threw four touchdown passes and Cory Fleming caught seven passes for 71 yards and two TDs as Orlando kept Indiana winless.
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June 5, 2006 | Daily News Wire Services
Joe Hamilton threw four touchdown passes, including two to Javarus Dudley, to help the Orlando Predators beat the host Dallas Desperados, 45-28, yesterday in the Arena Football League's National Conference title game. The Predators clinched their record seventh berth in the ArenaBowl. Orlando will play Chicago next Sunday in Las Vegas. The Rush advanced with a 59-56 win over the San Jose SaberCats on Saturday. Orlando eliminated the Soul, 31-27, last week. The Predators shut down Dallas quarterback Clint Dolezel, limiting him to one touchdown pass and forcing him into three interceptions.
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May 1, 2007 | By Mike Johnson FOR THE INQUIRER
A spectacular play by Chicago Rush defensive lineman John Moyer dashed the hopes of the upset-minded Soul last night in an Arena Football League game before 14,529 fans at the Allstate Arena. One play after Philadelphia's Idris Price busted through the line and blocked a 25-yard go-ahead field-goal attempt by Dan Frantz, Moyer batted quarterback Juston Wood's pass into the air at about the Chicago 20-yard line. The ball caromed off the helmet of defensive lineman Curtis Eason and right back to Moyer, who ran 39 yards for a touchdown with 3 minutes, 17 seconds left in Chicago's 54-43 victory.
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March 1, 2004 | THE INQUIRER STAFF
TAMPA, Fla. - Lawrence Samuels caught nine passes for 142 yards and made a key defensive play late in the fourth quarter to help the Tampa Bay Storm edge the Soul, 40-37, yesterday in an Arena Football League game. After kicker Mike Black missed a field goal in the final minute of regulation that would have given Tampa Bay a six-point advantage, Philadelphia quarterback Nick Browder led a drive down to the Storm's 12-yard line. With 20 seconds remaining, Browder fumbled the ball after it hit the elbow of fullback Travis McDonald.
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May 23, 2005 | THE INQUIRER STAFF
The Soul's inability to close out games hurt them again yesterday as they dropped their Arena Football League season finale to the Dallas Desperados, 77-63, at the American Airlines Center. The Soul were down by seven points with 28 seconds remaining when quarterback Tony Graziani threw an interception from his own 23-yard line that Desperados defensive specialist Jermaine Jones returned 45 yards for a touchdown. It was the fourth time this season the Soul lost a game in which they were tied or ahead at the half.
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April 30, 2007
Soul at Chicago Rush Records: Soul 4-3; Chicago 6-1 When: Tonight, 8 o'clock Where: Allstate Arena, Rosemont, Ill. Line: Chicago by 8. Over/under: 96. TV: ESPN2. Radio: WPEN (950-AM). All-time series: Soul leads, 2-1, with the home team winning each time. What's at stake: The Soul have dropped three in a row and would fall farther out of contention for the AFL East Division title with another loss. Front-running Dallas leads by three games after eking out a last-second win over Nashville on Friday.
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April 11, 2011
A late interception by defensive lineman Paul Griffin led to the game-winning drive that gave the host Orlando Predators a 53-46 victory over the Soul in front of 11,789 fans Saturday night at the Amway Center. The Soul (1-3), on a three-game losing streak, was outscored, 35-19, in the second half. "We continue to make the same mistakes and turn the ball over," Soul coach Mike Hohensee said. "You are not going to win the close games when you continue to give the other team the opportunity to come back.
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September 5, 2007 | FROM INQUIRER WIRE SERVICES
Tiki Barber says he retired because New York Giants coach Tom Coughlin robbed him of his love of the game. In excerpts from his book, Tiki: My Life in the Game and Beyond, obtained by the New York Daily News, the former Giants running back writes that he might still be playing if Coughlin was not still coaching the Giants. The book goes on sale Sept. 18. "If Tom Coughlin had not remained as head coach of the Giants, I might still be in a Giants uniform," the excerpt in the Daily News said.
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February 28, 2005 | By Tom McGurk INQUIRER SUBURBAN STAFF
This defensive effort was porous even by Arena Football League standards. The Soul failed to produce a single defensive stop or turnover and set a franchise record for points allowed in a 72-43 loss to the Dallas Desperados yesterday in front of 16,811 fans at the Wachovia Center. After losing three of their last four, the Soul (2-3) have dropped two games behind Dallas in the Eastern Division. They have allowed 267 points this season, 40 more than last year's inaugural team had given up after five weeks.
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June 1, 2012 | BY ED BARKOWITZ and Daily News Staff Writer
AS GLORIOUS as 2008 was for Bret Munsey, 2012 has been a disaster. It started with a player walkout hours before the season opener and hasn't gotten much better.   Munsey was the head coach when the Soul won the 2008 Arena Football League title. He is currently in his first season as the head coach of Orlando. "It's been an uphill battle since Day 1," he said. "We just haven't gotten the quarterback play you have to get to win games in this league. We haven't gotten consistency at that position and the offense has struggled because of it. " The Predators have been prey for the rest of the AFL. They are 1-9 and their only win was a 27-24 victory over Georgia.
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June 2, 2012 | By Ed Barkowitz, Daily News Staff Writer
As glorious as 2008 was for Bret Munsey, 2012 has been a disaster. It started with a player walkout hours before the season opener and hasn't gotten much better. Munsey was the head coach when the Soul won the 2008 Arena Football League title. He is currently in his first season as the head coach of the Orlando Predators. "It's been an uphill battle since Day 1," he said. "We just haven't gotten the quarterback play you have to get to win games in this league. We haven't gotten consistency at that position and the offense has struggled because of it. " The Predators, who visit the Soul at the Wells Fargo Center at 7:05 Saturday night, have been prey for the rest of the AFL. They are 1-9 and their only win was a 27-24 victory over the Georgia Force.
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June 1, 2012 | BY ED BARKOWITZ and Daily News Staff Writer
AS GLORIOUS as 2008 was for Bret Munsey, 2012 has been a disaster. It started with a player walkout hours before the season opener and hasn't gotten much better.   Munsey was the head coach when the Soul won the 2008 Arena Football League title. He is currently in his first season as the head coach of Orlando. "It's been an uphill battle since Day 1," he said. "We just haven't gotten the quarterback play you have to get to win games in this league. We haven't gotten consistency at that position and the offense has struggled because of it. " The Predators have been prey for the rest of the AFL. They are 1-9 and their only win was a 27-24 victory over Georgia.
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April 11, 2011
A late interception by defensive lineman Paul Griffin led to the game-winning drive that gave the host Orlando Predators a 53-46 victory over the Soul in front of 11,789 fans Saturday night at the Amway Center. The Soul (1-3), on a three-game losing streak, was outscored, 35-19, in the second half. "We continue to make the same mistakes and turn the ball over," Soul coach Mike Hohensee said. "You are not going to win the close games when you continue to give the other team the opportunity to come back.
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September 5, 2007 | FROM INQUIRER WIRE SERVICES
Tiki Barber says he retired because New York Giants coach Tom Coughlin robbed him of his love of the game. In excerpts from his book, Tiki: My Life in the Game and Beyond, obtained by the New York Daily News, the former Giants running back writes that he might still be playing if Coughlin was not still coaching the Giants. The book goes on sale Sept. 18. "If Tom Coughlin had not remained as head coach of the Giants, I might still be in a Giants uniform," the excerpt in the Daily News said.
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May 1, 2007 | By BOB HURST For the Daily News
After finding its offense in the first half, the Soul lost it just as quickly in the final 30 minutes of a 54-43 loss to the Chicago Rush last night at Allstate Arena. After being on the verge of snapping its three-game losing streak, the Soul is now 4-4, tied for second place with Columbus in the National Conference's Eastern Division. The Soul seemed to score at will in the first half, leading the Arena Football League's defending champions, 34-20, at the break. That surpassed the 21 points the Soul scored in the entire game last week against Columbus.
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May 1, 2007 | By Mike Johnson FOR THE INQUIRER
A spectacular play by Chicago Rush defensive lineman John Moyer dashed the hopes of the upset-minded Soul last night in an Arena Football League game before 14,529 fans at the Allstate Arena. One play after Philadelphia's Idris Price busted through the line and blocked a 25-yard go-ahead field-goal attempt by Dan Frantz, Moyer batted quarterback Juston Wood's pass into the air at about the Chicago 20-yard line. The ball caromed off the helmet of defensive lineman Curtis Eason and right back to Moyer, who ran 39 yards for a touchdown with 3 minutes, 17 seconds left in Chicago's 54-43 victory.
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April 30, 2007
Soul at Chicago Rush Records: Soul 4-3; Chicago 6-1 When: Tonight, 8 o'clock Where: Allstate Arena, Rosemont, Ill. Line: Chicago by 8. Over/under: 96. TV: ESPN2. Radio: WPEN (950-AM). All-time series: Soul leads, 2-1, with the home team winning each time. What's at stake: The Soul have dropped three in a row and would fall farther out of contention for the AFL East Division title with another loss. Front-running Dallas leads by three games after eking out a last-second win over Nashville on Friday.
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June 5, 2006 | Daily News Wire Services
Joe Hamilton threw four touchdown passes, including two to Javarus Dudley, to help the Orlando Predators beat the host Dallas Desperados, 45-28, yesterday in the Arena Football League's National Conference title game. The Predators clinched their record seventh berth in the ArenaBowl. Orlando will play Chicago next Sunday in Las Vegas. The Rush advanced with a 59-56 win over the San Jose SaberCats on Saturday. Orlando eliminated the Soul, 31-27, last week. The Predators shut down Dallas quarterback Clint Dolezel, limiting him to one touchdown pass and forcing him into three interceptions.
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May 23, 2005 | THE INQUIRER STAFF
The Soul's inability to close out games hurt them again yesterday as they dropped their Arena Football League season finale to the Dallas Desperados, 77-63, at the American Airlines Center. The Soul were down by seven points with 28 seconds remaining when quarterback Tony Graziani threw an interception from his own 23-yard line that Desperados defensive specialist Jermaine Jones returned 45 yards for a touchdown. It was the fourth time this season the Soul lost a game in which they were tied or ahead at the half.
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February 28, 2005 | By Tom McGurk INQUIRER SUBURBAN STAFF
This defensive effort was porous even by Arena Football League standards. The Soul failed to produce a single defensive stop or turnover and set a franchise record for points allowed in a 72-43 loss to the Dallas Desperados yesterday in front of 16,811 fans at the Wachovia Center. After losing three of their last four, the Soul (2-3) have dropped two games behind Dallas in the Eastern Division. They have allowed 267 points this season, 40 more than last year's inaugural team had given up after five weeks.
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