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ARENA : ATS Matchup
Friday 5/24/2013Line$ LineOU LineScore
SPOKANE
 
SAN ANTONIO
-6  

+6  
-230

+190

108
 
61
Final
48

SPOKANE (6 - 3) at SAN ANTONIO (4 - 4)
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Week 10 Friday, 5/24/2013 8:30 PM
Board OpenLatest
151SPOKANE-7.5-4
152SAN ANTONIO108108
ADVANCED TEAM STATS
SPOKANE - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfYardsYPPTOScoreHalfYardsYPPTO
All Games6-3-10.55-45-466.833.2308.0(7)1.255.627.2349.8(7.5)2.7
Road Games4-1+0.94-12-365.234.2302.2(6.9)1.048.824.2332.4(7.2)2.8
Last 3 Games1-2-12.40-32-165.038.0300.3(6.9)2.363.031.7376.0(7.9)3.7
SPOKANE - Current Season Statistics
 RushingPassingTotal
 PPGHalfFDTOPATT-YDSYPRCMP-ATTPCTYDSPYAATT-YDSYPPYPPT
Offense (All Games)66.833.220.928:517-15(2.2)26-3769.6%293(7.9)44-308(7)(4.6)
Opponents Defensive Avg.53.427.419.831:478-22(2.7)22-3760.6%256(7)45-278(6.2)(5.2)
Offense Road Games65.234.220.428:047-19(2.9)27-3772.0%283(7.6)44-302(6.9)(4.6)
Defense (All Games)55.627.220.831:097-21(3)25-4062.2%329(8.3)47-350(7.5)(6.3)
Opponents Offensive Avg.51.926.119.330:307-19(2.7)22-3659.5%260(7.2)43-279(6.5)(5.4)
Defense Road Games48.824.221.031:566-20(3.4)26-4064.9%312(7.7)46-332(7.2)(6.8)

SAN ANTONIO - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfYardsYPPTOScoreHalfYardsYPPTO
All Games4-4+2.63-51-743.021.0240.0(5.1)2.945.222.9254.2(6)2.5
Home Games1-3-3.51-30-438.217.7241.2(5)3.743.220.5234.5(5.5)2.2
Last 3 Games2-1+2.62-10-342.326.0254.3(5.4)3.037.018.3251.7(5.9)3.3
SAN ANTONIO - Current Season Statistics
 RushingPassingTotal
 PPGHalfFDTOPATT-YDSYPRCMP-ATTPCTYDSPYAATT-YDSYPPYPPT
Offense (All Games)43.021.018.533:059-21(2.2)20-3754.3%219(5.8)47-240(5.1)(5.6)
Opponents Defensive Avg.50.5262031:198-24(3)23-3760.6%255(6.8)45-279(6.1)(5.5)
Offense Home Games38.217.719.733:579-21(2.3)20-3951.3%220(5.6)48-241(5)(6.3)
Defense (All Games)45.222.918.726:556-24(3.8)21-3657.8%230(6.4)42-254(6)(5.6)
Opponents Offensive Avg.51.826.719.329:598-25(3.1)21-3461.3%248(7.2)42-273(6.4)(5.3)
Defense Home Games43.220.517.726:037-13(2)19-3654.2%221(6.1)43-234(5.5)(5.4)
Average power rating of opponents played: SPOKANE 49.9,  SAN ANTONIO 50.5
SCHEDULE AND RESULTS
SPOKANE - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateOpponentScoreSULineATSTot.O/URushingPassingTORushingPassingTO
3/31/2013@ CHICAGO76-61W-3W109O7-1426-34-31406-1725-39-2941
4/5/2013@ IOWA66-43W1W112U6-824-34-32519-2427-41-3643
4/12/2013ARIZONA66-49W7W127U10-1827-43-35105-2818-33-3352
4/19/2013@ SAN JOSE69-47W0W117U6-2826-37-23713-1528-45-2995
4/27/2013TAMPA BAY62-70L-9.5L126.5O5-1721-35-248218-5021-36-3041
5/4/2013@ UTAH48-52L-7.5L123U8-1826-39-25637-3426-39-3254
5/11/2013ORLANDO82-83L-14L115O6-622-31-27024-630-48-4422
5/17/2013NEW ORLEANS65-54W-23.5L105O6--229-40-35326-322-38-3185
5/24/2013@ SAN ANTONIO            
6/1/2013SAN JOSE            
6/8/2013JACKSONVILLE            
6/15/2013@ ARIZONA            
6/21/2013UTAH            

SAN ANTONIO - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateOpponentScoreSULineATSTot.O/URushingPassingTORushingPassingTO
4/5/2013CHICAGO41-48L-9L105.5U11-2719-38-19347-2016-38-1843
4/12/2013@ TAMPA BAY52-36W13W112U9-723-35-18226-4916-32-1642
4/20/2013@ ARIZONA40-83L13L110O7-1820-40-28226-2824-29-3190
4/28/2013@ PITTSBURGH42-37W-11.5L97.5U13-3017-29-17826-2526-45-2222
5/3/2013IOWA36-48L4L99.5U10-3219-40-22238--917-33-2220
5/11/2013JACKSONVILLE34-30W7.5W107.5U7-1723-35-23448-3422-37-2193
5/18/2013@ CLEVELAND57-33W2W91U9-2623-40-23225-3522-37-2547
5/24/2013SPOKANE            
6/3/2013UTAH            
6/8/2013ARIZONA            
6/14/2013@ CHICAGO            
6/22/2013@ NEW ORLEANS            
KEY GAME INFORMATION
SPOKANE: The Spokane Shock had the misfortune of playing in the best division in the AFL last season, as a 10-8 record was not good enough to propel Spokane to the postseason for the first time in franchise history. Shock fans hope that outcome will not be duplicated in 2013 and Head Coach Andy Olson was quick to field a team he believes can match up with the Shock's high-powered divisional foes. For the second consecutive year, the team will open camp with Erik Meyer under center. Meyer was lost for the season after suffering a concussion in Week 1 last year. The 17th-ranked rushing offense from a year ago still does not have a true fullback on the roster, but offensive lineman Andrew Nierman will likely fill the void once again. The team will also again rely on record-setting receiver Adron Tennell for big plays. Tennell set franchise marks last season for receptions, yards, touchdowns and points. He will be assisted this season by the returns of second-year men Steven Black and Jeffrey Soloman, as well as the additions of a handful of rookies, including fellow former Big XII standout Brandon Kinnie. The Shock will look to solve last season's defensive woes with a handful of fresh faces. Former Clemson Tigers Kourtnei Brown and Rennie Moore will join second-year man James Ruffin along the defensive line. Two more rookies, William Green and Chase Vaughn will also be in the mix. The linebackers look to be set, with Jack ' Terence Moore ' and Mac ' Beau Bell ' both returning from last year's squad. The team's biggest free agent acquisition came in the area that needed it the most ' the secondary. Spokane's defensive backfield will feature the League's leading tackler from a year ago, Cameron McGlenn, who joins the Shock after two seasons in Iowa. McGlenn will team with All-Arena DB Terrance Sanders to improve a unit that ranked dead last in the AFL in passing defense a year ago, despite Sanders' record-breaking year. The squad will also bring back veteran assistance in Ruschard Dodd-Masters, Paul Stephens and Patrick Stoudamire, as well as rookies Josh Pleasant and Thad Turner. One area the Shock will not have to worry about in 2013 is the kicking game, as 2012 Kicker of the Year Kenny Spencer returns for his second season in the League. The talent in the West Division certainly has not diminished over the offseason' and if Spokane's rookie pool develops as anticipated, the competition for West Coast supremacy will only get more intense in 2013.
SAN ANTONIO: Last year all the pieces fell into place for the Talons. Led by quarterback Aaron Garcia and a dynamic offense, San Antonio bulldozed its way to the top seed in the National Conference. Unfortunately for the Talons, their run came to an early end at the hands of Tommy Grady and the Utah Blaze in the first round of the playoffs. The loss ushered in a rebuilding process for the franchise. The Talons were tasked with replacing Garcia ' who left for the San Jose Sabercats in free agency ' and fixing a defense that ranked near the bottom of the League in 2012. The latter was taken care of very quickly, as San Antonio has added 2012 Riddell Defensive Player of the Year Joe Sykes, as well as fellow defensive lineman Tim McGill and defensive back Andre Jones. Former Orlando Predators defensive back Justin Hannah also joined the squad. The newcomers will mesh with a few standouts from last season's team, including linebackers Jamar Ransom and Victor Degrate and defensive backs Fred Shaw and Chris Crocker. Under the guidance of Head Coach and defensive guru Lee Johnson, it's conceivable that this new and improved lineup could make all the difference in 2013. That is if the offense can hold its own as well. Rookie quarterback GJ Kinne will take over for Garcia behind center. Though he comes to the AFL with an impressive college resume, how quickly he can adjust to the Arena game will be paramount to the Talons postseason hopes. Expect an expanded role for fullback Chad 'Tank' Cook, who will look to get back into All-Arena form by taking some of the pressure off Kinne with a strong running game. Still, it is a passing League and Kinne will need to find some targets. Burl Toler and Robert Quiroga return from last year's squad, taking over for the departed Jason Willis and currently unassigned Jomo Wilson as the team's top receivers. San Antonio also returns veteran Derek Lee and added the elusive Dwayne Eley, Jr., who could prove to be the squad's biggest difference maker. If the Talons offense can build quick chemistry and the defense plays up to its potential, San Antonio could very well be looking at its second division titles in as many seasons.
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