The Mid-Missouri Outlaws traveled to take on the Omaha Beef on Sunday afternoon (May 5) and lost 68-13. The Omaha Beef charged out to a 15 point lead before quarterback Damien Dunning was able to find Marcus James open for a 10-yard reception for a touchdown. The Beef proved why they are the co-leaders in the CPIFL by holding the Outlaws scoreless until 11:59 was left in the 4th quarter and scored 40 more points of their own during that time.
The Mid-Missouri Outlaws are in the midst of the most grueling portion of their schedule, taking on the top three teams three weeks in a row. Last week they lost to the CPIFL League leaders, the Wichita Wild, 82-9. Now they're ready to head north on the road for two games. The Outlaws will play the Omaha Beef (5-1) on Sunday (April 5) at 3 p.m and then the Sioux City Bandits (4-2) on Saturday, May 11 at 7:05 p.m.
The Mid-Missouri Outlaws have finished their first six games of the season and have six more to go. I thought it would be fun to see what you think of the league, now that the season is halfway done for our Outlaws. The Champions Professional Indoor Football League has had a heck of a first season so far if you ask me.
The Mid-Missouri Outlaws are ready to come back home to the Mathewson Exhibition Center this Saturday, April 20. The Outlaws will take on their new and only in-state rival, the Kansas City Renegades. The Renegades come into this game 3-2 with wins over the Oklahoma Defenders, Wichita Wild and Kansas Koyotes in the last three weeks. The Outlaws have yet to win a game, but are looking to build momentum after last week’s loss 36-34 to Oklahoma.
The Mid-Missouri Outlaws traveled to Tulsa, Okla. to take on the Oklahoma Defenders. The Outlaws came within 1:30 of victory, before the Defenders mounted a drive to win the game with a score of 36-34.
The Mid-Missouri Outlaws are ready to take on the Oklahoma Defenders in Tulsa this Sunday. The game has been moved up to 2:05 p.m. The Outlaws are looking for their first win in the CPIFL, as they lost last week to the Kansas Koyotes by a score of 49-18. The Defenders are 1-3 this season, with there only victory coming over the Kansas Koyotes with a score of 62-40.
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 Mid-Missouri Outlaws traveled to take on the Salina Bombers on Saturday, April 30. Both teams were looking for their first win in the CPIFL, but Salina would come away with the victory, defeating the Outlaws 43-21.
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