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  • Running game produces 362 yards and seven TDs Nashville Storm OG Chris Moseley opens a hole for RB Kenneth Marlowe. Moseley and his offensive line mates helped the running game accumulate 362 yards rushing and seven TDs. Photo by Gregory FrenchNASHVILLE- Former Chicago Bear LB Doug Buffone had a formula for winning football games. Run the ball, stop the run and get to the QB. The Nashville Storm (4-0) has prescribed to Buffone’s theory all season. Against the Redstone Generals, that took it to

  • The Gridiron Developmental Football League would like to congratulate Tri-City Diesel QB Dominique White for being picked up by the Recife Pirates out of Brazil.We would like to wish him much success as he embarks on his new professional career.  "He's a strong arm athlete and doesn't shy away from contact. I have no doubt it will help us a lot this season," said the chairman of Reef Pirates, Rodrigo AzevedoIt has never been secret that Recife Pirates had an old dream of having a foreign play

  • Jay Goff hits Jamiah Sorapuru with this 35y rd strike midway 1st quarter.Memphis,Tenn-The Memphis Blast high powered offense was grounded against the Kings on Saturday night. The Blast came in averaging 25 point per contest but struggled to sustain drives against the aggressive Kings defense. The home team was only able to muster a few big plays but nothing consistent against a defensive secondary that has been stingy all season. LB Luke Corass and DT Seth Adams converge to shut down Blast r

  • Frankfurt, Germany-The Gridiron Developmental Football League wishes to congratulate East Alabama Predators Charles Drinkard for being picked up by the Frankfort Pirates of the German Football League. Charles played his inaugural game with the pirates but suffered a heartbreaking loss of 21-14 however he represented with a first quarter 85 yard touchdown pass. His total stats for the game were 275 yards passing and 120 yards rushing. His pro career got off to a great start 7 TDs roughly 300 rus

  • Columbia,SC-Dynasty win in a last second victory Quarterback William Young connects with Joe Summers for a 15 yard touchdown with 5 sec on the clock to win in regulation time 6 to 0 for the victory over the Carolina Bulls

  •   Meadville,Pa - GDFL strengthens Northern Division by adding North West Pennsylvania Rampage Established 2013: Heartland Football League 2-10 2014: SPF:10-1; Championship Runner Up 2015: GDFL Gen. Manager/Head Coach : Zen Bliss Overall 12-10 Regular season; 0-1 playoff record 6 players in 2014 signed to professional indoor teams, And has been selected as Offensive Coordinator for the NGL team The Brisbane Outlawz. Mr. Bliss is very excited about being added the GDFL Northern Division and

  •   QB #18 Joshua Dixon throws three TD passes in victoryBy Scott WallaceWallace Media GroupCLARKSVILLE,Tenn. - The Memphis Blast traveled to Middle Tennessee and came back home victorious as they defeated the Tri City Diesel 27-6 in Gridiron Developmental Football League action in Clarksville, Tennessee. Tri City came out fast scoring the game's first TD. The score was set up on a botched punt by Blast punter Evan Rodgers deep in Blast territory at the 15 yard line. On the ensuing kickoff

  • Bessemer, AL - The Crescent City Kings traveled to Bessemer, AL for the GDFL game of the week. The showdown between the two 2-0 football squads delivered on excitement but was not a test of wills.The Kings ceased control early after a few Tigers miscues put them in position for early points. On the Tigers first drive the ball was snapped over the head of the quarterback and after a short tussle was recovered in the end zone for Kings touchdown. The woes for the Tigers continued as another fumble

  • #2 Thunder hold off upset-minded Diesel by 1 pointDallas, TexasJune 13, 2015In a game marred by injuries to its first and second-string quarterbacks, the Thunder relied on another dominating defensive effort to escape the Dallas Diesel by the slimmest of margins, winning 13-12. The Thunder prevailed after Dallas missed a 42-yard field goal in the waning seconds of the game. The victory keeps the Thunder undefeated and atop the GDFL Southwest conference standings, while Dallas was handed its firs

  • Defense gives up 66 total yards in shutout victoryScott Wallace | 6/14/2015, 6:18 p.m.Storm Bullies St. Louis Defense gives up 66 total yards in shutout victory Photo by Emanuel HendersonNashville Storm QB Zac TateNASHVILLE (June 13, 2015)- QB Zac Tate threw four TDs to four different receivers and the defense held the St. Louis Bulldogs to 66 total yards, minus 30 of which was on the ground as the Nashville Storm (4-0) defeated St. Louis 43-0 in Gridiron Developmental Football League action.

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