2005 United Indoor Football season

The 2005 United Indoor Football season was the very first season of the UIF and was succeeded by 2006. The league champions were the Sioux Falls Storm, who defeated the Sioux City Bandits in United Bowl I.

In the league's first year, the teams were almost exclusively former NIFL or AF2 teams. Black Hills, Evansville, Fort Wayne, Lexington, Ohio Valley, Omaha, Sioux City, Sioux Falls, and Tupelo were all former NIFL members, while Tennessee Valley and Peoria were former AF2 teams. The only team not formerly affiliated with another league was the Dayton Warbirds, who were dropped from the schedule before the season began. None of the former NIFL teams changed their identity, but the former AF2 teams faced legal problems with the names, which belonged to the AF2, and were forced to change.

Standings

Team Overall Conference
Wins Losses Percentage Wins Losses Percentage
Northern Division
Sioux City Bandits 13 2 0.866 8 1 0.888
Omaha Beef 9 6 0.600 6 3 0.667
Sioux Falls Storm 8 8 0.500 5 5 0.500
Black Hills Red Dogs 1 14 0.066 1 8 0.111
Midwestern Division
Fort Wayne Freedom 14 2 0.875 6 0 1.000
Ohio Valley Greyhounds 6 9 0.400 1 5 0.166
Peoria Rough Riders 6 9 0.400 1 4 0.200
Southern Division
Lexington Horsemen 11 4 0.733 5 1 0.833
Evansville BlueCats 7 8 0.466 5 3 0.625
Tennessee Valley Raptors 6 9 0.400 3 5 0.375
Tupelo FireAnts 3 13 0.188 2 7 0.222
  • Green indicates clinched playoff berth
  • Purple indicates division champion
  • Grey indicates best league record

Playoffs

Quarterfinals Semifinals United Bowl I
         
5 Sioux Falls 51
4 Omaha 41
5 Sioux Falls 62
3 Lexington 58
6 Evansville 50
3 Lexington 55
5 Sioux Falls 40
2 Sioux City 38
8 Tennessee Valley 57
1 Fort Wayne 22
8 Tennessee Valley 37
2 Sioux City 42
7 Ohio Valley 17
2 Sioux City 52

All-Star Teams

1st Team 2nd Team
Position Name Team Position Name Team
QB Dusty Bonner LEX QB Jarrod DeGeorgia SC
RB Fred Jackson SC RB Rocky Harvey FW
WR Willie Austin OV WR Johnathan Schoonover PEO
WR Jeremy Dutcher FW
WR Chad Spencer LEX
OL Clint Harrison SC OL Erv Strohbeen SC
OL Dan Potmesil OMA
OL Dorna Yilla EVN
DL Eddie Byrns OV DL Fernandez Shaw TV
DL Rachman Crable FW
DL Leif Murphy OMA
LB Mark Blackburn SF LB Jason Vanloo PEO
S Shannon Poppinga SF S Travis Kopf OMA
S Anthony Kelly LEX
CB William Mulder LEX CB Shederick Harris BH
CB Andre Fields SF
K Ted Retzlaff OMH K Adam Hicks SF
KR James Jones SF KR William Mulder LEX
UT Jon Paulson SC

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