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  • Tulsa,OK-Charles Stackhouse a former National Football League (NFL) player for the New York Giants and the Minnesota Vikings!  Mr. Stackhouse will make an appearance Saturday night at the Oklahoma Thunder vs. Arkansas football game. He will also be signing autographs before and after the game so fans come out and enjoy some great football as we honor our Veterans this Saturday Night! All Veteran's get in free also  kids 5 and under are free!  Lets welcome Mr. Stackhouse who will also

  • Press Release Tulsa, Ok - The Oklahoma Thunder continues to build its arsenal of talented college athletes with it latest acquisition of former OSU wide receiver Brandon Sheperd. Brandon Sheperd undrafted free agent and competed for a roster spot for the Carolina Panthers due to his recent release from the NFL Mr. Shepherd looks to continue his football career and get back NFL camps as soon as possible. Career Highs:Receptions - 8 vs. Iowa State, 10/4/14Receiving Yards - 156 at Oklahoma, 12/6/1

  • Week 10 Preview             In an attempt to try new approaches, we will use bullet points to highlight these games. The Kings/Vipers and Tigers/Storm games are featured games. Playoff spots and positioning are still up for grabs.   #4 Georgia Crush (5-1) at East Alabama Predators (4-2)       Where does the Predators’ offense begin to show progress? Averaging less than 16 points per game can’t continue.        Will the Crush look past East Alabama towards the

  • #2 Vipers at Kings July 20, 2016 by Terrance BiggsThe 2016 edition of the Battle of Louisiana concludes when the #2 Vipers (7-0) travels to New Orleans, to face the Crescent City Kings (3-3). With each team needing a win for different reasons, the intensity raises to a fever pitch. Add in the shared dislike of one another, and Saturday’s game will rival any regular season performance the GDFL featured this year. Quieting Doubters: The Bayou Vipers are currently undefeated. Yet, some players fe

  • Match-up Storm (7-0) The Nashville Storm has continued a legacy of football dominance by storming (pun intended) through the 2016 regular season. Their 7-0 record has them on the cusp of completing a second consecutive undefeated regular season.  The lone blip on the radar was a 15-6 win over the Huntsville Rockets (remember that name) on the road. Undefeated season aside, the Storm needs one more win for home-field advantage throughout the playoffs. The defending champions have left no doubt,

  • Week 9 Power Rankings             With division titles secured, eyes turn toward the playoffs. For those who did not claim a division crown, the postseason is still a realistic possibility.     Champion: 1.The Nashville Storm defeated the Huntsville Rockets 41-0, moving their record to 7-0.           Contenders: 2.Bayou Vipers (7-0): After pummeling NW Louisiana, the Vipers return to the second spot. This week’s game at Crescent City is monumental f

  • Blast Defense Subdues Gators July 18, 2016 by Terrance Biggs             Mark Twain once said “Rumors of my demise have been greatly exaggerated. “ The same applies to the 2016 Memphis Blast. Not that long ago, those in the know considered the Blast a legitimate threat to win the GDFL championship. Losses to Arkansas and Oklahoma tempered the optimism. Message boards and social media flooded with doubt and season eulogizing of a lost 2016 campaign. Someone forgot to inform the Bla

  • Crush Thump Knights July 18, 2016 by Terrance Biggs             Focus is among buzzwords thrown carelessly thrown around. Usually, it is a euphemism for paying attention, which any adult should do. When applying correctly, the term carries a more serious connotation. The Georgia Crush (5-1) focused their attention on dismantling the Georgia Knights (3-3) on Saturday evening, handling the, 31-6. This victory virtually locks up the Xtreme South Division for the Crush. Outmanned: From t

  • Pitbulls Clinch Impact North July 18, 2016 by Terrance Biggs             When the season began, no one knew what to expect from the Missouri Valley Pitbulls. Rumblings would surface about existing talent, strong coach, and a will to win. Hopes rose for their GDFL campaign. Unfortunately, disaster struck: A Week One 6-2 defeat at the hands of Tri-City forced a re-examination of Missouri Valley.  Saturday’s 20-12 victory of the Midwest Titans quelled any doubt about their legitimacy.

  • Terry’s Take: Wish List July 12, 2016 by Terrance Biggs               The world of developmental football never ceases to amaze me. I find the player talent and owner organizational skills quite impressive. This level is certainly a cut above in most aspects. There is one problem I’d remedy in a heartbeat: Scheduling. "NOTE: The views expressed here are those of the authors and do not necessarily represent or reflect the views of The Gridiron Developmental Football League" 

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