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2002 Af2 Season
The 2002 AF2
AF2
season was the third season of the AF2. It was preceded by 2001 and succeeded by 2003. The league champions were the Peoria Pirates, who defeated the Florida Firecats
Florida Firecats
in ArenaCup III. This is also the first time that both conferences have the same division name (in that case, the American Conference Southern Division and the National Conference Southern Division, respectively)
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Af2
AF2
AF2
(often styled as af2, and short for arenafootball2) was the name of the Arena Football League's developmental league; it was founded in 1999 and played its first season in 2000. Like its parent AFL, the AF2 played using the same arena football rules and style of play. League seasons ran from April through July with the postseason and ArenaCup championship in August. The AF2
AF2
continued to operate while the AFL suspended operations for its 2009 season. The league was effectively disbanded in September 2009 when no team committed to playing in 2010, but several of the stronger franchises transferred into the reconstituted AFL.[1] Like most other minor sports leagues, the AF2
AF2
existed to develop football players and also to help players adapt to the style and pace of arena football
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Columbus Wardogs
af2 (2000–2003)American Conference (2001–2004)Southeastern Division (2001) Eastern Division (2002) Southern Division (2003–2004)Team colors Navy blue, red, silver, white                    PersonnelTeam historyColumbus Wardogs (2001–2004)ChampionshipsLeague championships (0)Conference championships (0)Division championships (0)Home arena(s)Columbus Civic Center (2002–2009)The Columbus Wardogs are a defunct af2 team that played their home games in the Columbus Civic Center in Columbus, Georgia from 2001[1] - 2004. The Wardogs became famous in 2001 and received a mention on ESPN as the first professional football team to finish a 16-game season winless.Mississippi Headhunters logo.The inactive club was sold during the summer of 2005 and renamed the Mississippi Headhunters after relocating to Biloxi, Mississippi
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2007 Af2 Season
The 2007 AF2
AF2
season was the eighth season of the AF2. It was preceded by 2006 and succeeded by 2008. The regular season began on Friday, March 30 and ended on July 28
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2006 AF2 Season
The 2006 AF2 season was the seventh season of the AF2, the Arena Football League's minor league. It was preceded by 2005 and succeeded by 2007
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2005 Af2 Season
The 2005 AF2
AF2
season was the sixth season of the AF2. It was preceded by 2004 and succeeded by 2006
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Peoria, Illinois
Peoria (/piˈɔːriə/ pee-OR-ee-ə) is the county seat of Peoria County, Illinois,[4] and the largest city on the Illinois
Illinois
River. Established in 1691 by the French explorer Henri de Tonti, Peoria is the oldest European settlement in Illinois,[5] and is named after the Peoria tribe. As of the 2010 census, the city was the seventh-most populated in Illinois
Illinois
(and the third largest outside the Chicago metropolitan area), with a population of 115,007.[6] The Peoria Metropolitan Statistical Area had a population of 373,590 in 2011. Peoria had a population of 118,943 in 2010, when far northern Peoria was also included
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Carver Arena
Coordinates: 40°41′31″N 89°35′47″W / 40.69194°N 89.59639°W / 40.69194; -89.59639Peoria Civic CenterAddress 201 SW Jefferson St Peoria, IL 61602-1423Coordinates 40.6919808, -89.594261Owner City of PeoriaOperator SMGBuilt April 30, 1979 (1979-04-30)Inaugurated June 6, 1982 (1982-06-06)Opened February 1982 (1982-02)[1]Renovated 1992, 2007Construction cost$64.2 million ($216 million in 2017 dollars[2]) $55 million (2007 renovations) ($68.9 million in 2017 dollars[2])Banquet/ballroom 6,500 (Peoria Civic Center Ballroom) 300 (Lexus Club) 9,919 (Carver Arena)Theatre seating2,244Enclosed space • Exhibit hall floor 108,668 square feet (10,095.6 m2) • Breakout/meeting 17,355 square feet (1,612.3 m2) • Ballroom 28,667 square feet (2,663.3 m2)<
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Ron Selesky
Ronald R. Selesky, Jr. (born September 4, 1965) is a former American football center and arena football coach. He played college football at North Central College and was signed as an undrafted free agent by the Minnesota Vikings of the National Football League (NFL).Contents1 Playing career 2 Coaching career2.1 AFL head coaching record3 Personal life 4 References 5 External linksPlaying career[edit] Selesky attended George D. Chamberlain High School and then North Central College, where he played on the offensive line. He then signed with the Minnesota Vikings of the National Football League (NFL) as an undrafted free agent in 1987
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Louisville Fire
af2 (2001–2008)National Conference (2001–2004) American Conference (2005–2008)Midwestern Division (2001–2004) Eastern Division (2005–2006) Midwest Division (2007–2008)Team colors Fire red, black and flame               PersonnelOwner(s) Will WolfordHead coach Ron Selesky (2001) Jeff Brohm (2002) Wally English (2003) Tommy Johnson (2003–2008)Team history
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Memphis Xplorers
af2 (2001–2006)National Conference (2001–2003)South Central Division (2001) Central Division (2002–2003)American Conference (2004)Midsouthern Division (2004)National Conference (2005)Midwest Division (2005)American Conference (2006)Southern Division (2006)Team colors Forest green, gold, white               PersonnelOwner(s) Will WolfordGeneral manager Trey MedlockHead coach Collins Sanders Jr. (2001) Danton Barto (2002–2006)Team history Memphis Xplorers
Memphis Xplorers
(2001–2006)ChampionshipsLeague championships (1) 2005Conference championships (1) 2005Division championships (1) 2005Playoff appearances (4)2004, 2005, 2006Home arena(s) DeSoto Civic Center
DeSoto Civic Center
(2001–2006)The Memphis Xplorers
Memphis Xplorers
were a professional arena football team
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Charleston Swamp Foxes
af2 (2000–2003)American Conference (2000–2003)Eastern Division (2001) Southern Division (2002) Atlantic Division (2003)Team colors Royal blue, gold, white               PersonnelTeam historyCharleston Swamp Foxes (2000–2003)ChampionshipsLeague championships (0)Conference championships (0)Division championships (0)Home arena(s)North Charleston Coliseum (2000–2003)The Charleston Swamp Foxes were one of the 15 original teams to join the inaugural 2000 AF2 season. They started off in the American Conference, before switching divisions in every year of their existence (2001-Northeast, 2002-Southern & 2003-Atlantic). Charleston played their home games in the North Charleston Coliseum. Every year, the Swamp Foxes improved their Win-Loss Record going 4-12 in 2000, then 7-9 in 2001 and 2002, & 9-7 in 2003
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Arena Football
Arena football
Arena football
is a variety of indoor gridiron football played by the Arena Football League
Arena Football League
(AFL) and China Arena Football League
Arena Football League
(CAFL). The game is played indoors on a smaller field than American or Canadian outdoor football, resulting in a faster and higher-scoring game. The sport was invented in 1981, and patented in 1987, by James F. Foster, Jr., a former executive of the National Football League
National Football League
and the United States Football
Football
League. It was a proprietary game (the rights to which were owned by Gridiron Enterprises) until 2007, when the patent expired
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2009 Af2 Season
The 2009 AF2
AF2
season was the AF2's 10th and final season. It was preceded by 2008. The regular season began on Friday, March 20 and finished on Saturday, July 25
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Greensboro Prowlers
af2 (2000–2003)American Conference (2000–2003)Eastern Division (2001) Atlantic Division (2002–2003)Team colors Black, teal, gold               PersonnelTeam history Greensboro Prowlers
Greensboro Prowlers
(2000–2003)ChampionshipsLeague championships (0)Conference championships (0)Division championships (0)Home arena(s) Greensboro Coliseum
Greensboro Coliseum
(2000–2003)The Greensboro Prowlers
Greensboro Prowlers
were a professional arena football team based in Greensboro, North Carolina. The Prowlers competed in the AF2, as a member of the league's American Conference Atlantic Division. The franchise that was one of the league's charter members. The Prowlers had three mediocre seasons before finally getting a decent winning record in their final year
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