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Itâ€™s all about Dedication Duval Panthers keep the lead in the North........ (Gulf Coast Conference) with the win over Osceola Ravens 32/6 April 26th.. Last game of the season... Playoffs begin...
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UFF COMMISSIONER’S LETTER
GREEN-FLY MEDIA EDITORIAL
From: The Desk of the United Football Federation Commissioner’s Office. Good Day & Welcome to everyone that committed to the U.F.F. League! To our Team Owners, Players, and the U.F.F. Board
EXECUTIVE EDITOR ALICE MARY HERDEN WRITERS ANDY VILLAMARZO, ALICE MARY HERDEN DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY ALICE MARY HERDEN GRAPHIC DESIGNER ALICE MARY HERDEN
Members of this League’s family, I’m proud to take title of my position. As for those who don’t know me as yet, I’m your U.F.F. Commissioner, Wayne Gile. I’m one of the original Co-Founders of the United Football Federation of America. And the former Owner & Head Coach of The Florida Veterans Football Organization. In 2011, the first year of the U.F.F., “The Florida Veterans” were the Undefeated, “Florida” State Champions. 12/0. I know that everyone in our League is excited about another year of Minor League Football in the U.F.F. The 2014 Season is already upon us with anticipa-
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tion & excitement for your February 8th Game Opener. As your Commissioner of the U.F.F., I look forward to working for everyone and enforcing our League rules for the 2014 Season. First of all, I would like to thank all of the “UFF Board Members”, for their dedication and valuable time donated to our League’s success over the years. There are big expectations scheduled for this 2014 Season of Events. For one, the playoffs will be “Better Than Ever”. We have outdone ourselves each and every year and will continue to do so with every season, if we all grow together. This has been mainly due to all the endless personal working hours of the Board Members and their efforts to bring the best that the U.F.F. can offer to all the teams.
UFF COMMISSIONER EX. DIRECTOR OF LEAGUE OPERATIONS DIRECTOR OF FOOTBALL OPERATIONS LEAGUE PHOTOGRAPHER DIRECTOR OF EVENTS DIRECTOR OF TEAM DEVELOPMENT DIRECTOR OF OFFICIALS
WAYNE GILE ANDY VILLAMARZO CHRIS MORANT ALICE MARY HERDEN CHANEL HUNTER MARK MARRAZO BOB GRECO
DIRECTOR OF GRIEVANCES
Our up-and-coming events that the Board Members are working on for this season are underway already! Note: Please continue to check your emails for
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This will be the best investment you can make for your Teams enjoyment while competing with the best competition in the U.F.F. and continue to be the respectful organizations in this League . You will receive the Biggest Bang for you Buck in the U.F.F. I look forward to meeting & seeing many of the teams compete as “Professional Sportsmen” while following ALL the leagues By-Laws throughout this season.
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Unite d Fo otb a l l Fe derat ion 2014 UFF Season Schedule
Week 1-Feb. 8th
North North Florida Stampede at Glynn County Revolution 7 Duval Crush at Duval Panthers 5 *Winter Gardens at Jacksonville Spartans 7 Tallahassee Wolves at Tallahassee Knights 6 Gainesville Gators at Brooksville Ballers 3 Orlando Phantoms at I-4 Ironbacks 1 Treasure Coast Bengals at Osceola Ravens 2 South Pasco County Hitmen at West Coast Soldiers 2 Tampa Bay Knights at Bay Area Pirates 5 Florida Stingrays at Florida Veterans 6 South Florida Saints at Suncoast Vipers 6 Power of Prayer Crusaders at South Florida Xtreme 6 Broward County Barracudas at Miami Sharks 7 Hollywood Browns at South Florida Chargers 6 Bye: Tampa Bay Patriots
Week 2-Feb. 15th
North Glynn County Revolution at Duval Panthers 5 Tallahassee Wolves at North Florida Stampede 2:12 Jacksonville Beach Spartans at Duval Crush 5 Gainesville Gators at Tallahassee Knights 6 **Springstead High at Brooksville Ballers 7 I-4 Ironbacks at Osceola Ravens 2 Winter Garden Renegades at Treasure Coast Bengals 7 Bye: Orlando Phantoms South West Coast Soldiers at Bay Area Pirates 5 Tampa Bay Patriots at Tampa Bay Knights 7 Suncoast Vipers at Florida Veterans 6 Florida Stingrays at Broward County Barracudas 7 Power of Prayer Crusaders at South Florida Saints 7 Miami Sharks at South Florida Chargers 6 South Florida Xtreme at Hollywood Browns 6 Bye: Pasco County Hitmen
Week 3-Feb. 22nd
North Jacksonville Beach Spartans at Glynn County Revolution 7 Duval Panthers at North Florida Stampede 2:12 Hollywood Browns at Duval Crush 7 Tallahassee Wolves at Gainesville Gators 7 Winter Garden Renegades at I-4 Ironbacks 1 Osceola Ravens at Orlando Phantoms 6 Bye: Treasure Coast Bengals, Brooksville Ballers, Tallahassee Knights South Bay Area Pirates at Pasco County Hitmen 5 Tampa Bay Patriots at West Coast Soldiers 2 Power of Prayer Crusaders at Florida Veterans 6 Suncoast Vipers at Florida Stingrays 7 South Florida Xtreme at Miami Sharks 7 South Florida Chargers at Broward County Barracudas 7 Bye: Tampa Bay Knights, South Florida Saints
Week 4-March 1st
North Glynn County Revolution at Duval Crush 5 North Florida Stampede at Jacksonville Beach Spartans 7 Gainesville Gators at Duval Panthers 5 Tallahassee Knights at Brooksville Ballers 3 Orlando Phantoms at Winter Garden Renegades 3/5 I-4 Ironbacks at Treasure Coast Bengals 7 Bye: Osceola Ravens, Tallahassee Wolves South West Coast Soldiers at Tampa Bay Knights 6 Pasco County Hitmen at Tampa Bay Patriots 6 Florida Veterans at South Florida Saints 7 Florida Stingrays at Power of Prayer Crusaders 7 Suncoast Vipers at South Florida Chargers 6 Miami Sharks at Hollywood Browns 6 Broward County Barracudas at South Florida Xtreme 2 Bye: Bay Area Pirates
Week 5-March 8th
North Tallahassee Knights at Glynn County Revolution 7 Duval Crush at North Florida Stampede 2:12 Duval Panthers at Jacksonville Beach Spartans 7 Brooksville Ballers at Tallahassee Wolves 5 Florida Pairiots at Gainesville Gators 5 Treasure Coast Bengals at Orlando Phantoms 6 Osceola Ravens at Winter Garden Renegades 3/5 Bye: I-4 Ironbacks South Tampa Bay Knights at Pasco County Hitmen 5 Bay Area Pirates at Tampa Bay Patriots 7 Florida Veterans at Miami Sharks 7 South Florida Saints at Florida Stingrays 7 Power of Prayer Crusaders at Suncoast Vipers 6 Hollywood Browns at Broward County Barracudas 7 South Florida Chargers at South Florida Xtreme 6 Bye: West Coast Soldiers
Week 6-March 15th
North Glynn County Revolution at North Florida Stampede 2:12 Duval Panthers at Duval Crush 1 I-4 Ironbacks at Tallahassee Knights 6 Orlando Phantoms at Tallahassee Wolves 5 Osceola Ravens at Gainesville Gators 7 Treasure Coast Bengals at Brooksville Ballers 3 Winter Garden Renegades at Jacksonville Beach Spartans 7 South West Coast Soldiers at South Florida Saints 7 Pasco County Hitmen at Power of Prayer Crusaders 7 Bay Area Pirates at Suncoast Vipers 6 Tampa Bay Patriots at Florida Stingrays 7 Tampa Bay Knights at Florida Veterans 6 Miami Sharks at Broward County Barracudas 7 South Florida Chargers at Hollywood Browns 6 Bye: South Florida Xtreme
Week 7-March 22nd
North Duval Panthers at Glynn County Revolution 7 Jacksonville Beach Spartans at Winter Garden Renegades 3/5 Tallahassee Knights at Tallahassee Wolves 5 Brooksville Ballers at Gainesville Gators 7 I-4 Ironbacks at Orlando Phantoms 6 Osceola Ravens at Treasure Coast Bengals 7 Bye: North Florida Stampede, Duval Crush South West Coast Soldiers at Pasco County Hitmen 5 Bay Area Pirates at Tampa Bay Knights 7 South Florida Xtreme at Tampa Bay Patriots 6 Florida Veterans at Florida Stingrays 7 Suncoast Vipers at South Florida Saints 7 South Florida Chargers at Miami Sharks 7 Bye: POP Crusaders, Broward County Barracudas, Hollywood Browns
Week 8-March 29th
North Duval Crush at Jacksonville Beach Spartans 7 North Florida Stampede at Orlando Phantoms 6 Tallahassee Knights at Gainesville Gators 5 Treasure Coast Bengals at Winter Garden Renegades 3/5 Osceola Ravens at I-4 Ironbacks 1 Springstead High Alumni at Brooksville Ballers at Springstead 7pm Tallahassee Wolves NO GAME Bye: Glynn County Revolution, Duval Panthers, South Bay Area Pirates at West Coast Soldiers 2 Broward County Barracudas at Pasco County Hitmen 5 Tampa Bay Knights at Tampa Bay Patriots 6 Florida Veterans at Suncoast Vipers 7 South Florida Saints NO GAME Hollywood Browns at South Florida Xtreme 6 NO GAME Bye: Florida Stingrays, Miami Sharks, South Florida Chargers
Week 9-April 5th
North Glynn County Revolution at Jacksonville Beach Spartans 7 North Florida Stampede at Duval Panthers 5 Duval Crush at Treasure Coast Bengals 7 ** Jacksonville Wildcats @ Tallahassee Knights 6 NO GAME Gainesville Gators at Tallahassee Wolves 5 I-4 Ironbacks at Winter Garden Renegades 5* Orlando Phantoms at Osceola Ravens 2 South West Coast Soldiers at Tampa Bay Patriots 6 Pasco County Hitmen at Bay Area Pirates 5 Brooksville Ballers at Tampa Bay Knights 7 NO GAME Florida Stingrays at Suncoast Vipers 6 Florida Veterans at TBA Miami Sharks at South Florida Xtreme 2 NO GAME Broward County Barracudas at South Florida Chargers 6 South Florida Saints at Hollywood Browns 6
Week 10-April 12th
North Duval Crush at Glynn County Revolution 7 Jacksonville Beach Spartans at North Florida Stampede 2:12 NO GAME Duval Panthers at Osceola Ravens 2 *Florida Falcons at Tallahassee Wolves 5 NO GAME Brooksville Ballers at NO GAME Treasure Coast Bengals at I-4 Ironbacks 1 Winter Garden Renegades at Orlando Phantoms 6 Bye: Gainesville Gators South NO GAME at West Coast Soldiers 2 Tampa Bay Patriots at Pasco County Hitmen 5 South Florida Chargers at Bay Area Pirates 5 NO GAME at Florida Stingrays 7 South Florida Xtreme at Broward County Barracudas 7 South Florida Saints at Florida Veterans 6 Bye: Suncoast Vipers, Hollywood Browns, Miami Sharks
April 17th Bay Area Pirates at West Coast Soldiers 7pm
Week 11-EASTER BYE WEEK (April 19th-20th) Hollywood Browns at Miami Sharks 7 NO GAME Broward County Barracudas at Pasco County Hitmen 5pm Osceola Ravens at I-4 Ironbacks 1pm NO GAME
Week 12- April 26th
North Glynn County Revolution at TBA North Florida Stampede at Duval Crush 5 Jacksonville Beach Spartans at Duval Panthers 5 Tallahassee Wolves at Brooksville Ballers 3 ** Jacksonville Wildcats @ Gainesville Gators 5 Orlando Phantoms at Treasure Coast Bengals 7 Winter Garden Renegades at Osceola Ravens 2 Bye: Tallahassee Knights South TBA at West Coast Soldiers 2 Pasco County Hitmen at TBA Tampa Bay Patriots at Bay Area Pirates 5 Florida Stingrays at South Florida Saints 7 Suncoast Vipers at TBA Broward County Barracudas at Hollywood Browns 6 South Florida Xtreme at South Florida Chargers 6 Bye: Florida Veterans POSTSEASON SCHEDULE WILD-CARD ROUND - May 3rd, 2014 DIVISIONAL ROUND - May 10th, 2014 CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS -May17th, 2014 UNITED CUP IV at Lake Brantley High School - May 31st, 2014
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In the 2013 season, the Panthers did not have the opportunity to finish the season and decided to relinquish the team the week of April 9th. Having the season with a 1-9 record and turning it around and making a strong comeback for the 2014 season gave a deeper passion within Davis, a challenge-able achievement Davis wanted and felt an obligation to acquire, not only for himself it seems but for his dedicated players. Davis gathered his core players that formed the Duval Panthers and wanted to know whom amongst these men can truly dedicate themselves and to finish the season.
they were there till the end. “I love what I do, my coaching staff and my players… without the players, there is nothing you can do in this league.” Davis added.
That true commitment and dedication helped the Duval Panthers and proved to Davis that
Panthers have to get focus both offensively and defensively, they have to keep their offensive line strong and tight and their defensively line fast and quick to break the Spartans offensive hold. Even though the rankings (points earned/points allowed) show the Panthers at 186/102 and the Spartans at 179/134, Davis acknowledged something I never would of thought of. “I rather see you stop people than score a lot of points.” Davis said. Poi nt s by d e fe ns e ve rs e s of fe ns e. This makes sense and viewing this with a different perspective makes you look at things differently. Of course, excluding the forfeit wins. With teams that have fewer players on their roster and playing a stronger team, the points can really rack up, this maybe an unequal balance in how the ending playoffs are worked out. However, years and years, this system has been in place and these men know the system. They know what works and what does not. B e i ng on t he B o ard of D i re c tors . .
“I made a commitment before I came back in this league.” Joe Davis
The game against the Ravens, was a very clean game, with all the confrontations and negativity the teams/owners and players faced in the beginning of the season, proved here at this game that all that can be overcome. This game showed how to bring out the best sportsmanship. C om i ng up Sp ar t ans ..
Joe Davis is positioned as the Director of Grievances for the United Football Federation. “It is totally impossible to police all these teams.” Davis said. Which is true, and understanding the nature of the league has been challenging for all of us. However, we have a vision and will continue move forward. We all can do this together. O ne Vis i on , O ne G o a l.
The Duval Panthers lost to the Spartans 8 to 14 on March 8th, getting this game on the 26th will be facing a hard flashback.
With the owners/coaches and players to this day, we can make this league the best league in the state of Florida.
This is a game the Spartans want to win, they need to win; however, the Panthers need to win just as well. With a 6-3 ranking and the Spartans at a 5-3 ranking, this game is a going to be a double challenge.
“We have the opportunity make it better next year... You learn from mistakes this year and make it better next year.” Joe Davis Alice Mary Herden
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Marcus Manuel, Head Coach of the Osceola Ravens. “A tuff loss for us… definitely a game that we could of won.” Manuel said. The one thing that I did notice is that the Ravens are quick to get back into formation with their offensive line. As Manuel said, they have a “hurry up offense.”
The Ravens coaches can relate to players and understand their lives off the field. It’s like the been there done that. Having that understanding and guidance from the coaches, enables the players to put what is more important than getting a tackle or touchdown, Trust.
Upcoming game against the Renegades Having played the Renegades twice before once in a preseason game and on March 8th, gives the Ravens an open book to work on known complications they faced playing the Renegades. They have to know where to be, when to be there and whom to look out for.
This is a very good strategy to play and to Manuel puts the players through rigorous conditioning practices, and menkeep in focus; however, it does have its limtal conditioning as well. itations to wear down your “We are old school coaches.” Marcus Manuel players too quick. To help The Ravens coaches teach their players new strategically plays they continue to watch film from high school to pro and collaborating those game plays and techniques together to build new spice to their teams strategic plays. This gives the vision to incorporate and merge game plays on their offensive and defensive and top it off with a Ravens flavor of the week.
Past experiences brought to the Ravens.. “No man left behind attitude… a band of brothers working together.” Manuel said Manuel being surrounded by football since early childhood, and having that “old school” mindset, leads these players to a more grounded type of discipline, a stricter one but in a good way. “We are different types of coaches… we demand certain things from our guys… expectation and changes in our guys.” Manuel said.
Football is… ½ mental. Players are dealing with life issues and trying to balance everyday life out. The Ravens coaches dedicate time to talk those players and makes sure everything is clear and any outside issue stays outside… so they can be mentally prepared for the game.
Why do you coach? “I love the game of football… and love having an impact on guys lives. I absolutely love it… Brings me a lot of joy…We had guys on the wrong side of the law... And come out on the football field and everything is completely different… it’s like their safe haven.” Manuel explain. Coach Manuel says he is so happy with the league and looking forward to the future of the league and Ravens. Ravens take on the Renegades at their home field, April 26th, at 2pm. Alice Mary Herden
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Cheryl McCain Manager for the Duval Panthers The more people I have conversations with the more I understand the deeper meaning of what drives them and how passionate they are about being in this league. Cheryl, retired after serving the Navy for twenty years, she has adapted the stability to surround herself around men that may have a need of some type of structure in their lives, as to form a unity.
“I am very passionate about what I do.” Cheryl McCain She has proven throughout this 2014 season, her involvement with the Duval Panthers has given them a more organized and balanced environment, and a transparency of ideas and achievements that are in the works just beyond the players grasp. This is her first year as manager and the learning experience on the sideline helps her grow and now, she knows what needs to be done and learning the outlets to bring more exposure to the Duval Panthers.
“Being successful and letting people know about the Duval Panthers and the UFF.” McCain stated. With her husband playing for the Duval Panthers, she knows how the game is played and how much of a family unit football can be. Keeping the unit in positive energy throughout the season can have its setbacks… However, for all these women that are involved, whether it be a single team or a league they can accomplish many tasks at a time, and the main priority would be to banish the negativity and keep that away from what their true goals are. Cheryl is very motivated to bring success towards her team as well as the league. I am looking forward to teaming up with her for media projects for the 2014/2015 season.
Molly Hill Co-Owner of the Osceola Ravens has proven that first teams can grow and accomplish finishing to the end. “Everything might not be exactly the way we want it…. All in due time... We would have sunk our ship if we shot for the moon.” Hill says.
The game w it h t he Pant hers.... “Being a first year team, every team in our eyes we consider them a tuff team, because we didn’t know what to expect.” Hill said. This outlook approached helped Hill and her players focus more on strategic plays and getting mentally focus facing a challenge.
“I could not of asked for a better set of core coaching for this team.” Molly Hill
Not only does Cheryl’s husband play, Molly’s husband plays as well. Between these two women, football is a huge part of their lives, from family to their own kids being involved. That family also involves the players. The connection that they have formed a more family oriented team and a bond that goes beyond the field.
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Ryl Lowe… Chief Financial adviser and co/owner for the Osceola Ravens.
Coming from a first team status and witnessing teams folding around them, the Ravens has built up a reputation to succeed to the end. Learning to adapt, to tackle issues at hand and gripping confrontations has made the team handle those bumps.
With Ryl, her and I have very much similarities, we both do not come from a strong football environment, and just as I see football differently from the lens, she sees football differently from the sidelines.
Between Lowe, Hill and their coaching staff, they are taking this first season as a great learning experience. Absorbing all the good, bad and the ugly situations and have a greater attention to lighten the negative experiences and bring in higher dedication for them as individuals and as a team unit.
This is a complete balance for the Ravens, gives more opportunity to view some aspects of the team in a different light.
It’s very positive in this staff, while Ryl is in charge of administration, everyone else can focus on what they need to focus on.
Lowe is passionate about giving back and wants her team to be a part of something greater and to make changes not only in the Ravens players, but also in the view of minor league football. The Ravens want to be able to give back to the community, which is involving the whole staff and players. To allot some quality time within their community with food drives, toy drives, and even community service, and to acquire that goal Ryl will be focusing and organizing those events coming into the 2014/2015 season. Alice Mary Herden
“I am definitely happy with where we are now…looking forward trying new things.” Ryl Lowe
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Week 12- April 26th North ◾Glynn County Revolution at TBA ◾North Florida Stampede at Duval Crush 5 ◾Jacksonville Beach Spartans at Duval Panthers 5 ◾Tallahassee Wolves at Brooksville Ballers 3 ◾** Jacksonville Wildcats @ Gainesville Gators 5 ◾Orlando Phantoms at Treasure Coast Bengals 7 ◾Winter Garden Renegades at Osceola Ravens 2
South ◾TBA at West Coast Soldiers 2 ◾Pasco County Hitmen at TBA 7 ◾Tampa Bay Patriots at Bay Area Pirates 5 ◾Florida Stingrays at South Florida Saints 7 ◾Florida Veterans at Suncoast Vipers at 6pm NO GAME ◾Broward County Barracudas at Hollywood Browns 6 ◾South Florida Xtreme at South Florida Chargers 6
POSTSEASON SCHEDULE WILD-CARD ROUND – May 3rd, 2014 DIVISIONAL ROUND – May 10th, 2014 CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS -May17th, 2014 UNITED CUP IV at Lake Brantley High School – May 31st, 2014
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P L A Y E R
RANKINGS WEEK ENDING 4/12/2014 Gulf Coast Conference North Duval Panthers 6-3 186/102 Duval Crush 6-3* 133 /112 Jacksonville Spartans 5*-3 179 /134 Glynn County Revolution 5*-3 155/ 109 North Florida Stampede 0-9* 74 /234 Central
h o r a c e c o p e l a n d . n e t
Orlando Phantoms 9-0 334 /115 Treasure Coast Bengals 6*-3 194/ 129 Winter Garden Renegades 3-6 158 /231 Osceola Ravens 2-6 100 /201 I-4 Ironbacks 1-7* 71 /176 ⊗
#1 Joe Lang Duval Panthers
Northwest Brooksville Ballers 8*-1 164/ 45 Gainesville Gators 7-2 239 /101 Tallahassee Wolves 3-5 145 /186 Tallahassee Knights 1-7* 46/ 158 ⊗ South Florida Conference West Tampa Bay Patriots 7-2 220 /81 West Coast Soldiers 4*-4 182 /179 Bay Area Pirates 3-4-1 86 /115 Pasco County Hitmen 3-4-1 130 /208 Tampa Bay Knights 2-7* 103 /230 ⊗
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Southwest South Florida Saints 8-1 201 /111 Florida Stingrays 8*-1 275 /115 Florida Veterans 3-6 136 /176 Suncoast Vipers 2-6 107 /205 P.O.P. Crusaders 1-8* 94 /183 ⊗ South Hollywood Browns 8-0 225 /43 South Florida Chargers 7-2 213 /91 Broward County Barracudas 3-5 126/ 92 Miami Sharks 3-5* 129 /189 ⊗ South Florida Xtreme 1-8 49 /273 * forfeit win/loss **Weather: Field Issues ⊗ Folded
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