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Mid-Missouri Outlaws

Mid-Missouri Outlaws
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Founded 2006
Folded 2013
Current season 2013
League CPFL (2007-2009)
APFL (2010-2012)
CPIFL (2013)
Team history Mid-Missouri Outlaws (2006-2013)
Arena Mathewson Exhibition Center
Based in Sedalia, Missouri
Colors Blue, Black, White
              
Owner(s) Chad Jackson, Ethan Henson, Trish Henson
Head coach Ben Lyles
General Manager Ben Lyles
Championships 3 CPFL: (2007,2008,2009)

The Mid-Missouri Outlaws are a professional indoor football team which began play in 2006 and were a charter member of the Champions Professional Indoor Football League. Based in Sedalia, Missouri, the Outlaws play their home games at the Mathewson Exhibition Center at the Missouri State Fairgrounds.

History

The Outlaws joined the CPFL in 2006 as an expansion team before joining the American Professional Football League in 2010. The Outlaws played for two seasons in the APFL before joining the CPIFL for the 2013 season. The Owners of the Outlaws are Chad Jackson, and Ethan and Trish Henson. The Outlaws played their home games at the Mathewson Exhibition Center in Sedalia. The Outlaws will not return to the CPIFL in 2014.

Current roster

Season-By-Season

Note: W = Wins, L = Losses, T = Ties

Season W L T Finish Playoff results
Mid-Missouri Outlaws (CPFL)
2006 2 1 0 Exhibition season N/A
2007 8 1 0 1st, League Won CPFL Championship (Missouri)
2008 11 2 0 1st, East Division Won Quarter-final (Topeka)
Won Semi-final (Missouri)
Won CPFL Championship (Independence)
Mid-Missouri Outlaws (APFL)
2010 8 3 0 2nd, League Won Semi-final (Springfield)
Lost APFL Championship (Iowa)
2011 4 6 0 3rd, League Lost Semi-final (Iowa)
2012 7 5 0 4th, League Lost Semi-final (Sioux City)
Mid-Missouri Outlaws (CPIFL)
2013 0 12 0 10th, League Failed To Make Playoffs
Totals 59 33 0 (including playoffs)

* = Current standing

2013

The Outlaws opened the 2013 season to a poor 0-3 record, with losses to Lincoln, Bloomington, and Salina. Their loss to Bloomington was a massive 51-point blowout, in which the Outlaws only scored 3 points.

Season Schedule

Week Date Kickoff Opponent Results
Final Score Team Record
1 Bye
2 March 17 (Sun) 4:30pm Lincoln Haymakers 31-38 0-1
3 March 22 (Fri) 7:05pm @Bloomington Edge 3-54 0-2
4 March 30 (Sat) 7:30pm @Salina Bombers 21-43 0-3
5 April 6 (Sat) 7:30pm Kansas Koyotes 18-49 0-4
6 April 14 (Sun) 7:30pm @Oklahoma Defenders 34-36 0-5
7 April 20 (Sat) 7:30pm Kansas City Renegades 24-38 0-6
8 April 27 (Sat) 7:30pm Wichita Wild 9-82 0-7
9 May 4 (Sat) 7:30pm @Omaha Beef 13-68 0-8
10 May 11 (Sat) 7:05pm @Sioux City Bandits 6-56 0-9
11 Bye
12 May 25 (Sat) 7:30pm Bloomington Edge 6-46 0-10
13 June 1 (Sat) 7:30pm Salina Bombers 23-48 0-11
14 June 8 (Sat) 7:05pm @Wichita Wild 16-74 0-12

External links

  • Official Site
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