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2017 National Championship Game Recap

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In December 2017, Fury fell short against Las Vegas Trojan in the 2017 National Championship game in Las Vegas, hosted by Minor League Football Reports to a score of 20-12. If you haven’t watched that game yet, that would be one you’d want to watch as well. The link for the game's entirety is located here:

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For a first loss in what is known as over 2 years, I’d have to say that Fury did a great job. It was so close so many times. It was as if when Fury was about to break out like they normally do, and an offensive mishap would cancel that great drive. There were a few plays which were tough defensive penalties against Fury gave the Trojans huge breaks in the game. We’ll go through those clips through out the article.

The game started out just as everyone expected. High intensitt with hard hitting from both sides of the ball. On the first play in the game, Fury’s LB #84 delivered a huge hit on Vegas RB #44, which was called for unneccesary roughness. Several penalties early in the game made the Trojans seem like they have been rattled by the Fury defense. False starts, delay of games and even an illegal substitution pushed them back deep against their end zone. Trojans punted the ball on their first possession of the game.

Fury’s first drive on a run for this national championship started out like the good ol’ ”Gorilla Gang” football. QB Cody #4 delivers a long pass to his WR #3 on 1st and 10 for a 20 yard gain.

Later on the same drive, Fury’s QB #4 took a late hit in the back on a play which Trojan’s LB #20 read the handoff play as play-action and delivered a late hard hit. No flag on the play. I’ll have to say that this was unnecessary, and the referees completely missed this hit. Although, it is the National Championship game, and it's not for the weak teams.  You be the judge.

After a long delay in the game after that hit and a Fury’s timeout, Fury's QB #4 came back for 4th down and goal from the 30-yard line. Cody delivered a pass to WR #24 who dives into the end zone to what may look like a touchdown.  Instead it was great defensive effort from the Trojan's defense.

The referee on the play ruled it to be down at the 1 yard line. Fury turns the ball over at the 1 yard line. The Trojans took over and eventually punted the ball on 4th down.

A great intense game continues as in a play late in the 1st quarter, Trojan’s RB #4 runs for huge gains, and takes a big hit by Fury’s DB #4, who ended up injured on the play. The big hit knocked the wind out of him.

Beginning in the 2nd period, the Trojans got away with an obvious false start, but then throws an interception. Fury takes over.  After a few plays, Fury punts the ball back to the Trojans.

The Trojan begins their drive with big a run by the RB #4 for 35 yards for 1st and goal at the 2 yard line. From there, a touchdown pass was caught giving the Trojans the first score in the at 6-0.  

On the PAT, yet another strange play. The kick was blocked and caught by the Fury's Special Team player, who runs it back for the 2 point conversion score. There was a flag on the play which over ruled the 2 points PAT return. The score remained at 6 – 0, Trojans lead.

Michael Lindsey, who returns to Fury, converts a beautiful kick return for 30 yards. Acouple of excellent runs by Deon, “D-Train” who runs over a defender at the beginning of the 2nd quarter.

Fury kept it on the ground and D-Train ran it in for Fury’s first touchdown of the game. Fury’s attempt for 2 points on the PAT at first seemed at as if it was successful with the referee signaling touchdown, from a catch by the lineman.

The referees final ruling is to replay the 2 point conversation, which failed. The score was tied at 6 – 6.

As we move on into the 3rd period, excellent defense from Fury forced the Trojans to punt on the first possession after halftime.  

On Fury’s first possession of the second half, there was a blind side hit by Trojan's DB #13 on a defenseless receiver. What a tough hit. On video, it looked like Fury’s receiver was hit from his back while still in the air. No flag on that play.

On the following play, Fury's WR #89 makes a great run after the catch for 35 yards.

Later in the same drive, Fury’s RB #34 runs into the end zone and fumbles the ball. As another Fury player recovers the fumble, the referee rules that this is a fumble in the end zone and is ruled as a turnover.  I think this a mis-interpretation of the rules.

I didn’t find anything within the following rule which Fury violated to lose the opportunity to recover the ball in the end zone.  I think that's legal?  Maybe.  That's why they're the referees of the game.


It’s ok. We all make mistakes. That’s why we play the game….. ? So the Trojans take over at the 20 yard line, which drive resulted in a Fury interception. But, Fury then turns the ball over on downs. Trojans take over with their RB #4 doing what he’s done all game long. Another big run for 40 yards to setup for a boot leg pass for a touchdown to end the 3rd quarter. The 2 point conversion was unsuccessful making the score 12 to 6, Trojans lead.

To start out the 4th quarter, Fury had another great KR. A great block by Fury's #99 was too good, which was flagged for un-necessary roughness. Could you believe it? I thought it was a great block. It was okay, but you can see that Fury was starting to wake up on the field.

The Gorilla Gang was here, but now with a lot more noise! After a false start penalty against Fury, which replay shows no one moved prior to the snap of the ball. Then RB #34 had a great run, which didn’t matter because he was stripped behind at the 10 yard line, fumbling the football. Trojans recovered and yet another turnover by Fury.

As the two teams battle back and forth on defense, Trojans punted the ball the Fury. Fury’s PR on video seems like he may have touched the ball with his finger. The nearest referee immediately signal fumble and Trojans again recover a fumble by Fury. Another senseless turnover by Fury as they give up the ball at their own 16 yard line. Trojans scores again on a pass to their WR #16. Along with the 2 points conversion, made the score Trojans 20 to Fury 6.

Things were starting to look like unchartered territory for Fury. But they’ve done this before. They can do it again.

With very little time left, Fury came right out and threw laser pass to #7 for a touchdown.

The 2 point conversion was unsuccessful. The following on-side was unsuccessful, which ended the game.

The Vegas Trojans were 2017 MNLFR National Champions.

In the final thoughts of the game. American Football is a very tough game. Sometimes athleticism, endurance, game awareness, and excellent may not be enough to win the game.  If the ball doesn't fall on your side, the percent chance of you winning the game is pretty tough.  Both teams were equall matched, no doubt about it.  Sometimes, the home field advantage may be the "difference-maker" in the game  All I’m saying that I didn’t like to see Fury lose that game because they performed very well. But they totally lost that game regardless of how the calls went in the game. D-Train #34 is a beast out there. He ran defenders over so bad on plays, it cause them to run over their own team mates. But he fumbled the ball twice in the game at the time when he was going to score a touchdown. That was tough, because the Trojan’s RB #4 was a beast out there too.  He literrally carried that championship game.  Hopefully game ball went to that man. Either way. I was happy when I heard the Gorilla Gang represented on video. They did a great job too.  Next year.  We'll be back.

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2018 PCFL Season begins

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Well here we go again! Dust off your best gorilla mask and suit up! The PCFL is starting the season up again, and I can hear the Gorillas roaring from here. The defending 2017 PCFL Champions are back in action! It’s time to bring the Gorilla Gang back on the field! Week 1 of the 2018 PCFL season begins this Saturday March 17, 2018. Capital City Fury will be at the Nor Cal Lions.

PCFL 2018 Week 1


Date:  March 17, 2018

Location:  Patterson, CA

Home Field:  Lions Home Field


This season the PCFL has introduced a few new teams, and things are starting to look busy. The season will consist of 11 weeks, each week featuring 6 games except for the last week. Each team will play 10 games during the regular season with one bye week. Fury gets their bye week in the week 11. Teams are now separated into 2 divisions called “Tier I” and “Tier II”. Fury will be a part of Tier I along with South Bay Patriots, North Bay Rattlers, Norcal Lions, Silverstate Stallions and the California Sun Devils. Silverstate Stallions are the new team on the block.


In Tier II, the Fresno Dawgs, Delta Valley Falcons, Merced County Jets, Modesto Raiders, and Sacramento Underdogs are the new teams this year. The Elk Grove Kingz and Salinas Valley Spartans return from last year. This will be a very interesting year to see how this all works out because Tier II consist of 5 new teams as oppose to Tier I with only 1 new team.


For the past 2 seasons, Fury has gone undefeated in the PCFL.   There are a total of 13 teams in the league, with those 13 teams, 6 teams were added in the offseason. Of those 6 news teams to the area, Capital City Fury will be playing against 3.

In week 2, on March 24, Delta Valley Falcons will be coming in to town for Fury’s home opener. In week 5 on April 14, Silver State Stallions will be here as well. At the last game of the season, Fury will be traveling to Modesto to play against the Modesto Raiders on May 9, 2018.

There is a new realm of football that has been unleashed into the area. Of those 6 new teams, you’ll get your chance to check out Delta Valley Falcons and Silver State Stallions as they come in to town. We expect nothing less than a 3-peat from this season. What can I say…it’s Gorilla Gang football. Which means, same madness, same gorillas and same family fun event. It’s going to get wild!

Check back to the website daily as times of the events will change, but the website will be update. See you at the game.


2017 PCFL Top Performers of the Year

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Fury had a great 2017 season with the Pacific Coast Football League thus far, stretching their record to 24-0 in the last two seasons.  Excellent job, fellas.  Although the team’s successes never centers one single player, so it is unlikely that the entire Fury team will be awarded for the excellence.  Each player, coach and team personnel play a vital part of each players’ performances in and out each week, on every team in any season.  This year, the PCFL recognized two players from Capital City Fury with an outstanding season performance award.  Let's take a look at the list of top performers in the 2017 PCFL season.


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Cody Allen, QB, Capital City Fury – 2017 PCFL League MVP


Cody passed for over 2100 yards and averaged 309.7 yards per game.  Allen played high school football locally at Elk Grove High School.  In 2004/2005 he played his senior year and moved on to Laney College.  It was at Laney that he was mentored by Head Coach Justin Reber, to become an All American Quarterback who broke numerous school records.  He is the 2017 PCFL League MVP.

2017 Season Statistics

Team Passing
2168 YDS
309.7 YPG

1793 YDS
102 / 182
56% comp
17.6 avg
20 TD
108.2 QBR


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Kenny Pope, WR, South Bay Patriots – 2017 PCFL Offensive Player of the Year


Kenny Pope racked up over 760 yards on 33 receptions during the 2017 PCFL season.   He averaged 23.1 yards a catch, totaling 11 touchdowns.  Pope played his college years at San Jose City College, where he earned the 2010 Coast Conference Return Specialist of the Year award.  Kenny pope was voted as the 2017 PCFL Offensive Player of the Year.

2017 Season Statistics

761 YDS
33 REC
23.1 AVG
11 TDS


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Lee Slaughter, WR, North Bay Rattlers – 2017 PCFL Offensive Player of the Year


Slaughter scratched up 725 yards this year, with his longest strike being a 61-yard catch and run.  He averaged 17.3 yards per catch on 42 receptions with 13 touchdowns.  In 2012, North Bay, ranked number 1 versus Pacifica Islanders who were ranked number 2 in the Minor League Football News Spring National Championship at Cardinal Newman High School in Santa Rosa.  Slaughter was one of the top performers on the team to ensure the lead and win as the Islanders were never ready to quit.   Slaughter is a product of Santa Rosa Junior College.  Slaughter is the 2017 PCFL Offensive Player of the Year.

2017 Season Statistics

725 YDS
42 REC
17.3 AVG
13 TDS

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Kevin Basped, DE, Capital City Fury – 2017 PCFL Defensive Player of the Year


Here’s another one of Fury’s.  If not the leader, he is one of the leaders of the ever powerful defense.  Basped was an undrafted rookie in the NFL in 2010.  His career was cut short with the New York Jets, when he suffered an injury that left him out of the 2010 season.   He tallied up 15 sacks and 2 forced fumbles during the 2017 PCFL season.  Kevin Basped was nominated the 2017 PCFL Defensive Player of the Year.

2017 Season Statistics

99 PA
11 PPG

2 FF



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Romelle Terry, DL, South Bay Patriots – 2017 Defensive Player of the Year


At 5’11”, 285 lbs, Romelle Terry is a beast on the Defensive Line.  In the 2017 PCFL season, Terry served 7 sacks during the regular season, carry the defense into the playoffs.  Terry was very known on the 2008 Southeastern Oklahoma State University, which he was a package of defensive players which contributed unstoppable depth on the defensive end.  Romelle Terry is the 2017 PCFL Defensive Player of the Year.

2017 Season Statistics

171 PA
19 PPG



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Jorrick Calvin, DB, Patterson Lions – 2017 Special Teams Player of the Year


Jorrick Calvin is primarily a Cornerback, but as a Kick/Punt Returner, he is one to watch.  Which would definitely explain how he was drafted to the NFL in 2010 by the Arizona Cardinals.  He performed very well until he was placed on injured reserve on December 23, suffering from a back injury in week 15 against the New York Giants.  Calvin was waived by the Eagles on September 1, 2011. 

Calvin had 11 kick off returns, returning one for 80 yards and 4 touchdowns during the 2017 PCFL season.  Along with the 9 punt returns, 302 yards and 2 touchdowns.  Calvin is the 2017 PCFL Special Teams Player of the Year.

2017 Season Statistics

503 YDS
4 TD

302 YDS
2 TD

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Danny Bettencourt, K, South Bay Patriots – 2017 Special Teams Player of the Year


Along with two other South Bay Patriots that have made it on the awards list, Danny Bettencourt is one of the best kickers in the game.  It is evident that the combination of these 3 players formulated the success of a winning season for the Patriots.  He mastered 25 of 25 PATs during the season.  Danny Bettencourt is the 2017 PCFL Specials Teams Player of the Year.

2017 Season Statistics

7 FG
12 ATT

25 / 25 PATS

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Great choices by the Pacific Coast Football League in their selections of the top performers of the year.  Each player on every team in the PCFL plays with a sense of urgency.  You can tell when you watch the game from the stands.  Just as I mentioned earlier in the article, if there was a recognition every player in the PCFL for their dedication and efforts during the regular season, I'm sure that the PCFL will definitely honor.  For Capital City Fury, every player on the team is recognized as a part of the "Gorilla Gang".  And that's MVP enough.  

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Philadelphia Eagles are NFL Super Bowl Champions

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Congratulations to the Philadelphia Eagles, the 2018 Super Bowl Champions of the NFL. That love sounds very good coming from the city of brotherly love. Coming into the season, uncertainties are always high. But there was one certainty which circled around most non-Patriots fans. We don’t want to see the New England Patriots in the Super Bowl. Most of us that are alike know that the New England Patriots will probably end up in the Super Bowl anyways. And we were right.

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It was definitely a magical story that was being written in the history books for the Philadelphia Eagles who were coming off of a losing season. After the Eagles acquired Ajayi, Carson Wentz and the Eagle’s offense became unstoppable. The defense performed as expected to top the NFL’s best. When they lost Wentz in Week 14, it was like the bitcoin bubbles bursting. Very much like bitcoin prices, who would have known that Foles was able to continue the roar from Wentz’s breakout performance. In my opinion, it’s completely logical that Foles would be a perfect fit.  But to perform as if he hasn’t skipped a team’s snap for the past 2 seasons? No way. It sounds like the Eagles have a quarterback controversy. Either way, I think the Eagles are looking pretty good next year even if they are going to trade Foles or Wentz. Both messes up my spell-checker.

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The Patriots aren’t worried.   Tom Brady’s performance this year prove that he and Belichick can produce another 2 years possibly as a Super Bowl contender for the New England Patriots. But I do know that Hoyer is not going to be the future of the New England Patriots after Brady closes the chapter. Or even to think that Belichick running the 3-4 instead of the 4-3 against the Eagles, and benching Malcolm Butler is kind of suspect to me.

That’s all past drama. Here is a video of some funny moments that happened this past season.

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2017/2018 NFL Award Winners

Most Valuable Player: Tom Brady, QB, New England Patriots


Brady threw for 32 touchdowns and an NFL-best 4,577 yards to win his third MVP award. He is the oldest MVP in major professional sports…. Ever! He also won in 2007 and 2010.

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Offensive Player of the Year: Todd Gurley, RB, LA Rams


Gurley rushed for 1,305 yards and led the NFL in yards from scrimmage (2,093) and total touchdowns (19), helping the Rams to lead the league in scoring.

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Defensive Player of the Year: Aaron Donald, DT, LA Rams


The fourth-year defensive tackle made his fourth Pro Bowl and third straight All-Pro team. He led the team with 11 sacks and five forced fumbles.

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Offensive Rookie of the Year: Alvin Kamara, RB, New Orleans Saints


The Saints’ rookie rusher was a force out of the back field with 728 yards rushing plus 826 yards receiving on 81 catches, averaging 97 yards per game from scrimmage. He scored a whopping 14 touchdowns, including a 106-yard kickoff return.

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Defensive Rookie of the Year: Marshon Lattimore, CB, New Orleans Saints


Another rookie phenom for the Saints, who intercepted five passes in his first year out of Ohio State and helped lead a defensive turnaround in New Orleans.

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Coach of the Year: Sean McVay, LA Rams


McVay was hired just shy of his 31st birthday, making him the youngest head coach in NFL history. He lead a Rams team that won only four games in 2016 to an 11-5 record in his first year and the NFC West title.

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Assistant Coach of the Year: Pat Shurmur, Minnesota Vikings


Shurmur won this award after leading Case Keenum and the Vikings to an NFC North crown. Shurmur was recently hired by the Giants as their new head coach.

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Comeback Player of the Year: Keenan Allen, WR, LA Chargers


Due to injuries, Allen played just nine games in the last two seasons. Chargers wide receiver Keenan Allen set career bests with 102 catches and 1,393 yards.

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Walter Payton Man of the Year: JJ Watt, DE, Houston Texans


He raised over $37 million for Hurricane Harvey relief in and around Houston.

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Sportsmanship Award: Luke Kuechly, LB, Carolina Panthers


Well-deserved for a more than notable award.


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Almost to Vegas

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Las Vegas, NV - We’re about 43 days away from Capital City Fury participating in the MLFR National Championship Game in Las Vegas Nevada. Minor League Football Reports has been heavily involved in setting up the event thus far according to their website. In preparation for that weekend, for most of you that are going to Las Vegas, we’re going to give you a little bit more information for you to make the best out of planning for the weekend.  First thing first, the banquet.  As you know, we'll need you to come and support Eric Bailey, as he was nominated for the 2017 MLFL Hall of Fame.  



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MLFR Hall of Fame Banquet
According to MLFR, the 13th Annual Hall of Fame event will be held at Arizona Charlie’s Decatur Hotel/Casino on Friday December 1, 2017. The start time hasn’t yet been announced, but we will let you know once time wanes.

Banquet Cost
$55 per person
$25 for age 5 and under.
Banquet Registration Link:  Click Here


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The following are prices and discount information for Arizona Charlie’s Hotel and Casino.

Group Code: C-HOF17
Phone: 800- 342 – 2695, mention Minor League Football Hall of Fame
Reservation Deadline: Wednesday November 5, 2017

You must use the group code when calling in to make reservations.  For further questions, please email Darren @ This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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MLFR also release their latest proposed uniforms for the weekend’s All-Star games.   So far, for the 2018 National All-Star team, their uniform looks pretty cool.  Definitely if this is what the National All-Stars uniform looks like, I'm very interested in see the California All-Stars mixxed in with the All-American uniforms.




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MLFR also featured a proposed look for the Texas-Cali All Star team.  Needless to say, that looks pretty cool as well.  Everything is definitely starting to look All-American and just in time for the National Championship weekend.


2017 Texas California All-Star Uniform

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Everything seems pretty exciting.  The weekend is starting to come into reality as both teams have already committed for the game.  We'll see you there.




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2018 Standings Tier I

# Team W L T PTS
2 Rattlers 1 1 0 48
3 Sundevils 1 1 0 12
4 Patriots 1 0 0 27
5 Fury 1 0 0 26
6 Stallions 0 2 0 14

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