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The Wildfire and the AUDL have been in action since 2013, and today the league has 23 teams, including three in Canada.
Nate Goff was one of the top defenders in the AUDL last year and played for the Raleigh Flyers but moved to Chicago (to attend classes at Northwestern) and has meshed very well with the Wildfire defensive line.
This study uses ethnography and case study to explore the development the AUDL, a youth-centered literacy organization.
The history of the AUDL was also framed as a case study, with the central goal of a historical case study being that of "investigating the phenomenon over a period of time" (Merriam, 1998, 35).
This study of the history of the AUDL included interviews with key informants involved with the AUDL between 1985 and 2004 and directly related to the historical practice of debate in Atlanta and the Atlanta Urban Debate League specifically.
Through the voices of the participants and the documents, this study traces the establishment and subsequent development of the AUDL, giving insight into why a particular literacy community emerged with the development of student voice as an organizational goal.
Brent Steepe, a spokesman for the AUDL, said: "Some purists regard outside officiating as a bad idea, but they've never seen it done.
See video highlights of this non-stop sport from highlights on ESPN'S SportsCenter in the 2017 season: and more highlights from the AUDL Channel including a Chicago Wildfire feature:
Formed in 2013 as a member of the American Ultimate Disc League (AUDL), the Chicago Wildfire is Chicago's only professional Ultimate Disc team competing in the Midwest Division.
The American Ultimate Disc League (AUDL) was founded in 2012 and is the largest professional ultimate league in the world.