THIS IS FULL CONTACT FOOTBALL WITH NFL RULES WITH THESE EXCEPTIONS
THE 3 SECOND RULE - NO ONE CAN BLITZ THE QUARTER BACK UNTILL 3 SECONDS AFTER THE BALL IS SNAPPED. LIKEWISE THE QUARTERBACK MAY ONLY RUN OUT OF THE POCKET AND PAST THE LINE OF SCRIMMAGE IF HE IS CHASED OUT BY THE DEFENSE. THE QUARTERBACK MUST GET RID OF THE BALL WITHIN 10 SECONDS OF THE SNAP OR HE IS DOWN AT THE SPOT HE IS STANDING.
NO FIELD GOALS - BECAUSE OF THE FACT THAT THERE ARE NO GOAL POSTS.
ONLY ONE FIRST DOWN IS ATTAINABLE - BECAUSE OF THE SHORT FIELD AND THE LIMITED AMOUNT OF PLAYERS THERE IS ONLY ONE FIRST DOWN AND THAT IS THE 25 YARD LINE, MID FIELD
ON SIDE KICKS ARE PROHIBITED.
DISPUTED PLAYS -
BECAUSE THERE IS NO TELEVISION INSTANT REPLAY, PLAYS IN DISPUTE WILL BE DECIDED BY MAGIC EIGHT BALL.
11 PLAYERS PER TEAM - TEAMS ARE LIMITED TO 11 PLAYERS BECAUSE OF THE SMALL FIELD. IF A TOTAL OF 22 PLAYERS ARE NOT AVAILABLE THEN PLAYERS MAY BE TRADED TO THE OPOSING TEAM TO MAKE THE SIDES EVEN.
THE CLOCK - THE CLOCK WILL STOP ONLY FOR THESE CIRCUMSTANCES.
CHANGE OF POSSESSION
CHARGED TIME OUT (2 MIN.)
OFFICIALS TIME OUT
BALL OUT OF BOUNDS
THE CHEERLEADERS CORNER
BLUE JELLOS #
RED GOBBLERS #
TEAMS ARE NOT LIMITED TO ANY NUMBER OF PLAYERS, IF MORE PEOPLE WANT TO PLAY THEY WILL BE ADDED TO THE ROSTER ON THAT DAY. THE XPFL RESERVES THE RIGHT TO TRADE OR MOVE PLAYERS AS IT SEES FIT.
TB-V PLAYERS ROSTER
EARL POQUETTE JR.
AARON MEEWSEN 9
GARY MEEWSEN 5
ADAM MEEWSEN 6
RICK POQUETTE 11
BRANDON PICKETT 4
BEN HANSEN 2
JASON DUE 7
JEREMY BUBANNAS 3
MIKE VANDENHEUVAL 15
KELLY WELZEL 14
JOE RISH 1
JUSTIN SOBIECK 12
SARAH POQUETTE 15
RICK JOHNSON 10
MARGE WENZEL 9
BEN HOCK 4
NATHEN HANES 11
BUNKY PICKETT 8
STEVE SMITH 6
DAVE BERNSON 15
LOGAN SOBIECK 3
JULES CORNELIUS 13
ABOUT THE OFFICIAL XPFL FIELD
LENGTH: 50 YARDS
WIDTH: 25 YARDS
GOAL POSTS: NONE
PRESS BOX : 25 YARD LINE EITHER SIDE
THE ELVIS TAPES
SCHOOL OF INTERCOMM ANNOUNCING
OOPS I CRAPPED MY PANTS
BARTELS & JAMES BROWN
THE SLIM CRASH DIET
THE POST OFFICE
Top ten questions overheard in the audience about the XPFL cheerleaders.
10. I know those cheerleaders are pretty, but can they cook?
9. When do they actually put down their drinks and do a cheer?
8. Mommie why is that red cheerleader sitting on top of that blue cheerleader?
7. I thought I heard there were going to be flimsy cheerleaders this year?
6. Mommie why is that red cheerleader on top of that football player?
5. Was that a cheerleader they blew up at halftime?
4. When are the cheerleaders going to put on their bathing suits?
3. Mommie why is that Red cheerleader laying on the ground?
2. Which cheerleader made the "cat hair cold slaw?"
The number one question overheard in the audience about the XPFL cheerleaders
1. Is that red cheerleader drunk?
With only one day left until kick off the crew works in the back to ready to field for the big game.
Brandon Pickett runs the field painter following the layout string marking the carefully layed out field.
Kevin Sobieck a key member of the Turkey Bowl Grounds Crew sets up a scaffold for the camera crew
Chrissie and Dick Meeusen consume Thanksgiving dinner in Sobieck Hall, Chrissie who is an awesome place kicker is barred by the XPFL from playing due to her unfair advantage. Her kicking leg is a club leg.
The XPFL sound crew sets the scaffold for the speakers the morning of the game.
XPFL play by play announcer Joanne Lade interviews team captains Jules Cornelius, and Brandon Pickett in the pre game show a half hour before game time.
Paul and Linda Snel visit with their grand daughter Ashley as she dons her children's cheerleader costume.
Trixie Sobieck attempts to convince Clara Snel to join the Red Gobblers Cheerleaders squad now that they are accepting flimsy cheerleaders.
With the game about to start the players are introduced while the cheerleading squads welcome them to the field.
Head official Earl Poquette Jr. explains the rules of the coin toss to team captains Brandon Pickett and Jules Cornelius.
With the impending kick off cheerleaders Trixie Sobieck and Kat Pickett move to the sidelines to take their permanent positions during the game.