The Mid-Missouri Outlaws are back at home this Saturday and they aim to take on their old rivals, the Kansas Koyotes. These teams are both looking for the spark to ignite their season. The Outlaws lost to the Salina Bombers 43-21 last week and the Koyotes lost to the Omaha Beef 54-27. Both teams are looking for their first overall victory in the CPIFL.  Coach Jason Pallo of the Mid-Missouri Outlaws thinks finally being back at home in front of the home crowd at the Mathewson, could be the spark they need.

The Koyotes average 29 points per game to the Outlaws' 18, but Pallo thinks his offense can try and capitalize on the Koyotes as they have yet to have an interception this season. Last week Kyle Middleton threw for 148 yards and his big target was Josh Reid with 8 receptions for 76 yards and two touchdowns against the Salina Bombers.

The Koyotes were led by quarterback Chris Mayabb, who threw for 113 yards.  His favorite target was Mike Williams with 7 receptions for 70 yards and two touchdowns.

This game will also be a special salute to the military.  All active duty and retired military will get into the game for just $8.

The Outlaws and Koyotes will kick the game off at 7:05 p.m on Saturday, April 6.