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Encyclopedia > 2005 National Indoor Football League season

The 2005 National Indoor Football League season was the fifth season of the National Indoor Football League. The league champions were the Tri-Cities Fever, who defeated the Rome Renegades in Indoor Bowl V. National Indoor Football League is a minor league indoor football association based in the United States. ... The Tri-Cities Fever is a professional indoor football team in the National Indoor Football League. ... The Rome Renegades are a professional arena football team. ...

Contents

Standings

Team Overall Conference
Wins Losses Percentage Wins Losses Percentage
Atlantic Confernece
Eastern Division
River City Rage 10 4 0.714 5 1 0.833
Cincinnati Marshals 7 6 0.538 2 4 0.333
Dayton Warbirds 7 6 0.538 4 2 0.667
New Jersey XTreme 0 14 0.000 0 5 0.000
Southern Division
Daytona Beach Hawgs* 8 6 0.571 9 2 0.818
Miami Morays 7 7 0.500 4 3 0.571
Lakeland Thunderbolts 5 8 0.385 4 5 0.444
Kissimmee Kreatures 2 12 0.143 3 6 0.333
Central Division
Montgomery Maulers 8 6 0.571 2 2 0.500
Rome Renegades 7 7 0.500 3 1 0.750
Fayetteville Guard 7 7 0.500 1 4 0.250
Pacific Conference
Northern Division
Odessa Roughnecks 14 0 1.000 4 0 1.000
Lubbock Gunslingers 4 10 0.286 1 3 0.250
San Angelo Stampede 3 11 0.214 1 3 0.250
Western Division
Everett Hawks-xyz 14 0 1.000 9 0 1.000
Wyoming Cavalry 10 4 0.714 6 4 0.600
Tri-Cities Fever 9 5 0.643 4 4 0.500
Billings Mavericks 4 9 0.308 3 6 0.333
Lincoln Capitols 0 12 0.000 0 8 0.000
Southern Division
Southwest Louisiana Swashbucklers 10 4 0.715 6 4 1.000
Corpus Christi Hammerheads 8 6 0.571 2 2 0.500
Beaumont Drillers 5 9 0.357 0 4 0.000
  • Green indicates clinched playoff berth
  • Purple indicates division champion
  • Grey indicates best conference record
  • * = Despite winning the division, the D.B. Hawgs were unable to play in the playoffs for using an illegal player in a game against the Rome Renegades.

The River City Rage are a professional indoor football team. ... The Marshals are a professional indoor football team. ... Dayton Warbirds was an United Indoor Football franchise located in Dayton, Ohio. ... The New Jersey XTreme are a professional arena football team. ... The Daytona Beach Hawgs are a professional arena football team. ... The Florida Frenzy is a team of the National Indoor Football League. ... The Lakeland Thuderbolts are a professional arena football team. ... The Montgomery Bears are a professional arena football team that play their home games at the Garrett Coliseum in Montgomery, Alabama. ... The Rome Renegades are a professional arena football team. ... The Fayetteville Guard are a professional arena football team. ... The Odessa Roughnecks are a professional arena football team based in Odessa, Texas. ... The Lubbock Gunslingers are a professional arena football team. ... The San Angelo Stampede Express is a professional indoor football/arena football team in the U.S. state of Texas. ... The Everett Hawks are a professional arena football team. ... The Wyoming Cavalry are a professional arena football team. ... The Tri-Cities Fever is a professional indoor football team in the National Indoor Football League. ... The Billings Outlaws are a professional arena football team. ... The Lincoln Capitols are a professional indoor football team. ... The Louisiana Swashbucklers are a professional arena football team. ... The Corpus Christi HammerHeads are a professional arena football team. ... Wikipedia does not have an article with this exact name. ... The Rome Renegades are a professional arena football team. ...

Playoffs

Round 1

Atlantic Conference

  • Dayton 63 Fayetteville 78
  • Miami 35 Montgomery 65
  • Lakeland 7 Rome 53
  • Cincinnati 67 River City 64

Pacific Conference

  • Billings 60 Everett 97
  • Beaumont 23 Odessa 74
  • Corpus Christi 31 S.W. Louisiana 29
  • Tri-Cities 35 Wyoming 31

Quarterfinals

Atlantic Conference

  • Fayetteville 69 Cincinnati 70
  • Rome 47 Montgomery 31

Pacific Conference

  • Tri-Cities 54 Everett 52
  • Corpus Christi 39 Odessa 52

Semifinals

Atlantic Conference

  • Rome 51 Cincinnati 41

Pacific Conference

  • Tri-Cities 41 Odessa 39

Indoor Bowl V

  • Rome 31 Tri-Cities 47

See also

External Link

  • 2005 NIFL Season Stats
  • 2005 NIFL Summary
  • NIFL Football.com's 2005 Playoff Results

2001 | 2002 | 2003 | 2004 | 2005 | 2006 | 2007 National Indoor Football League is a minor league indoor football association based in the United States. ... The 2001 National Indoor Football League season was the first season of the National Indoor Football League. ... The 2002 National Indoor Football League season was the second season of the National Indoor Football League. ... The 2003 National Indoor Football League season was the third season of the National Indoor Football League. ... The 2004 National Indoor Football League season was the fourth season of the National Indoor Football League. ...


 
 

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