The Alliance of American Football is officially out of business.
San Antonio Commanders
The news of the Alliance of American Football was a bigger shock to some of the San Antonio Commanders brass that it was to the fans.
The North East Independent School District is beyond less than pleased about the now all-but-vanished Alliance of American Football stiffing it out of unpaid rent for its stadiums.
The San Antonio Commanders and the Alliance of American Football are calling it quits.
The nascent Alliance of American Football is expected to come to an end nearly as quickly as it came to exist.
After rumors of the Alliance of American Football not lasting until this past weekend’s games, the league is reportedly planning to end football operations Monday or Tuesday.
They say all good things come to an end. For the San Antonio Commanders, it ends at four.
Welcome to scenario football time.
Some nights just end sour and on a heartbreak. In the case of the Salt Lake Stallions, they’ve felt this pain before. While quarterback Josh Woodrum performed admirably under center, a simple mistake cost the team a chance at victory.
After a month-long trip away from the Alamo City, the San Antonio Commanders return home to the Alamodome to face the Salt Lake Stallions in a Western Conference showdown.