Jay Elsen

Source: Storm Re-Acquire James Terry

The Sioux Falls Storm has bolstered an already potent offense, re-acquiring the franchise's all-time leading receiver. Sioux Falls agreed to a deal late Wednesday that would send running back Andre Crenshaw to the Cedar Rapids Titans in exchange for wide receiver James Terry, according to a source. The move comes just over three months after...
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IFL Preview: Cedar Rapids vs. Storm

For the second consecutive year, Midco Sports Network is your home for Sioux Falls Storm football. We'll kick off our coverage this Sunday afternoon (Apr. 1), as the defending IFL champions play host to the expansion Cedar Rapids Titans at 2:05 pm. It's the first of six regular season contests to be televised by MidcoSN, which will...
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Moss impressive at Pro Day

Dale Moss didn't get an invite to the NFL Scouting Combine in Indianapolis. And though I can't recall where I read/heard it, I remember someone going so far as to call it one of the event's biggest snubs. Well, judging by his performance during his pro day, it seems safe to say Moss will get the last laugh. From his first vertical jump of...
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Tough loss for SDSU, big win for S.D.

SDSU's storybook  season came to an end on Thursday, with the Jackrabbits falling to Baylor 68-60 in the Second Round of the NCAA Tournament. Once the team had fulfilled it's postgame obligations with the media, SDSU players and coaches shared their reactions via Twitter. Here's a few that stood out: "That was a tough loss but thanks for all...
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The Bracket Battle

Here we are. The eve of the least productive day for the American workforce, aka the observed start to the NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament. Like many of you, my bracket has consumed my life for the better part of three days. I've read/watched just about everyexpert on the planet tell me what they think will happen, and am now combining their...
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Is T.O. Good For IFL?

The Allen Wranglers made the biggest splash in the Indoor Football League's short history this winter, with the well-publicized signing of six-time Pro Bowler Terrell Owens. The deal, which also includes a minority ownership stake in the team, is said to be worth six figures. You can't argue with Owens credentials. He's racked up over 1,000...
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