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HOUSTON MAVERICKS/MARSHALS HISTORY
 
YEARS IN LEAGUE:    2000 GENERAL MANAGER : 
STADIUM: Roberston Stadium (33,000) HEAD COACH : Rob Woodard
OVERALL REGULAR SEASON RECORD:    2-0 COLORS:    Black, Red, Silver
2000 STANDINGS:   2-0 (1st, League) 2000 AVERAGE HOME ATTENDANCE: EST. 700
Synopsis: Houston Marshals, led by coach, Rob Woodard, was the most talented team in the SFL, the Houston Marshals had the best performance by a single player in the SFL. In week 2, Running Back Shon Mitchell ran for 166 yards and 3 touchdowns. The name for the team changed three times since the league announced Houston would have a team. Starting with the Houston Mavericks, the name changed to Houston Orbits and settled on Houston Marshals. SFL declared the team, co-champions with San Antonio Matadors.
2000 HOUSTON MARSHALS RESULTS
 REGULAR SEASON:
RESULT
SCORE:
LOS ANGELES
W
16-13
at MIAMI
W
40-10

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Player
Position
College
-
Randy McCown
QB
Texas A&M
-
Shon Mitchell
RB
Texas
-
Sterling Palmer
DE
Florida State
-
Dion Foxx
LB
James Madison
-
Nicky Savole
TE
LSU
-
Julian Duncan
DE
-
-
Andy Martinez
OL
New Mexico State
-
Anthony Bright
WR
Valencia C.C.

LOS ANGELES STARS/DRAGONS HISTORY
 
YEARS IN LEAGUE:    2000 HEAD COACH :  Doug Cosbie
STADIUM: Los Angeles Coliseum (92,000) ASST COACH : Guy McIntyre and Keith Millard
OVERALL REGULAR SEASON RECORD:    0-2 COLORS:    Navy Blue, Forest Green, Red
2000 STANDINGS:   0-2 (3rd, League) 2000 AVERAGE HOME ATTENDANCE: EST. 500
Synopsis:
 
2000 LOS ANGELES DRAGONS RESULTS (Attendance figures in brackets)
 REGULAR SEASON:
RESULT
SCORE:
at HOUSTON
L
16-13
SAN ANTONIO
L
21-8

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Player
Position
College
-
Saladin McCollough
RB
USC

MIAMI TROPICS HISTORY
 
YEARS IN LEAGUE:    2000 HEAD COACH :  Jim Jensen
STADIUM: Orange Bowl (74,177) ASST COACH : Hugh Green and Lorenzo Hampton
OVERALL REGULAR SEASON RECORD:    0-2 COLORS:    Blue, Teal, Black
2000 STANDINGS:   0-2 (4th, League) 2000 AVERAGE HOME ATTENDANCE: EST. 650
 Synopsis: Miami Tropics , led by coach, Jim Jensen, was the worst team in the league. The First ever game was played at Miami's Orange Bowl on April 29th, 2000. Miami lost to 16-13 to the San Antonio Matadors. The event also featured a performance by Poncho Sanchez.
2000 MIAMI TROPICS RESULTS (Attendance figures in brackets)
 REGULAR SEASON:
RESULT
SCORE:
SAN ANTONIO
L
16-13
HOUSTON
L
40-10

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Player
Position
College
-
James Stewart
RB
Miami
-
Clemont Stokes
RB
Notre Dame
-
James Colzie
DB
Florida State
-
Eric Hickson
FB
Kansas State
-
Jarrod Tippens
DE
Southwestern Oklahoma State
-
Chris Rankin
DB
Delta State

SAN ANTONIO MATADORS HISTORY
 
YEARS IN LEAGUE:    2000 HEAD COACH :  Brian Wiggins
STADIUM: Alamo Stadium (31,000) ASST COACH :
OVERALL REGULAR SEASON RECORD:  2-0 COLORS:  Desert Orange, Red, Black
2000 STANDINGS:   2-0 (1st, League) 2000 AVERAGE HOME ATTENDANCE: EST. 1,500-3,000
 Synopsis: San Antonio Matadors, led by coach, Brian Wiggins, was the 2nd most talented team in the SFL, the Matadors were "Co-Champions" of the league along with Houston. The Matadors lone home game drew approx. 1,500 - 3000 people to Alamo Stadium, when they played Los Angeles Dragons in week #2.
2000 SAN ANTONIO MATADORS RESULTS (Attendance figures in brackets)
 REGULAR SEASON:
RESULT
SCORE:
MIAMI
W
16-13
at LOS ANGELES
W
21-8

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Player
Position
College
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Ricky Powers
RB
Michigan
-
Eric Herrin
LB
USC
-
Keith Rucker
DT
-
-
Brandon Harrison
WR
Illinois
-
Ben Carter
LB
Alcorn State
-
Keith Washington
DB
Louisiana Tech
-
Cy Bulter
RB/WR
Rhode Island