CIFL

AcronymDefinition
CIFLContinental Indoor Football League (Canton, OH)
CIFLCapital Investments for Labor
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Jim DePaul, owner of the Lehigh Valley Outlawz, who played in the CIFL last season, formed the USIFL.
CIFL is comprised of 160 member companies that together represent 80% of the laboratory suppliers in France.
CIFL hopes to further extend their presence in the newly opened areas such as Hambanthota,Vavuniya & Chilaw very soon.
Meanwhile, the CIFL lost its best team this week when the Rochester Raiders (12-0) quit the league after the Flint Phantoms failed to show up for Sunday's game, costing the Raiders $25,000.
In the CIFL, goal posts are only 10 feet wide, which is considerably narrower than the NFL and NCAA (18-1/2 feet).
- Shawn Brady hit Cy Butler for a 34-yard touchdown on the first play from scrimmage, but it was all downhill from there for New England in a rematch of last year's CIFL Atlantic Conference final as the Raiders shellacked the Surge, 62-20.
The last time the teams met was in the Atlantic Conference Championship, which the Raiders won, 80-45, at home, on their way to the CIFL title.
Taylor starred last year for the Lehigh Valley Outlawz at defensive back and was named to the first-team CIFL All-Pro squad after racking up eight interceptions in nine games.
"I don't know how this kid is not the CIFL player of the week the last few weeks."
New England is the last CIFL team to get under way this season.
Healy prefers the CIFL's 7-on-7 game to the 8-on-8 game played in the Arena Football League because it's easier to run instead of having to pass on every down.
Eddy, a second-team CIFL All-Star, led the Surge to a 9-5 record last spring, but the former Algonquin Regional and Bentley College star has been absent since the team began practicing on Feb.