Hartford Colonials Notes Week 9 Revised

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UFL CHAMPIONSHIP HOPES ON THE LINE FOR COLONIALS IN THURSDAY’S MUST-WIN “PLAYOFF” GAME AT FLORIDA Citrus Bowl, Orlando, FL Thursday, Nov. 11, 2010, 7 PM TV: HDNet Radio: WPOP/ESPN Radio 1410 Team W-L Pct. PF PA Las Vegas 5-2 .714 160 115 Florida 3-3 .500 145 119 Omaha 3-3 .500 100 134 Sacramento 3-4 .429 126 161 Hartford 2-4 .333 135 139 WEEK 9 11/11: Hartford at Florida, 7 PM 11/13: Omaha at Sacramento, 11 PM 2010 Colonials WEEK 10 Schedule Date Opponent Time/TV 9/18 SACRAMENTO W, 27-10 9/24
  UFL CHAMPIONSHIP HOPES ON THE LINEFOR COLONIALS IN THURSDAY’S MUST-WIN“PLAYOFF” GAME AT FLORIDA Citrus Bowl, Orlando,FLThursday, Nov. 11,2010, 7 PMTV: HDNetRadio: WPOP/ESPNRadio 1410 2010 ColonialsSchedule Date OpponentTime/TV9/18   SACRAMENTOW, 27-10 9/24 at Omaha L, 26-27BYE WEEK 10/9 FLORIDAL, 20-3310/16 OMAHAL, 14-19 10/23 at Las VegasL, 21-24 OT10/30 at SacramentoW, 27-26 BYE WEEK  11/11 at Florida7 pm/HDNET 11/20 LAS VEGAS3:30 pm/VERSUS 2010 UFLStandings Team W-L Pct. PF PA Las Vegas 5-2 .714 160 115Florida 3-3 .500 145 119Omaha 3-3 .500 100 134Sacramento 3-4 .429 126 161Hartford 2-4 .333 135 139 WEEK 9 11/11: Hartford at Florida, 7 PM11/13: Omaha at Sacramento, 11 PM WEEK 10 11/19: Florida at Omaha, 8:30 PM11/20: Las Vegas at Hartford, 3:30 PM Contact: David Heuschkel Hartford Colonials PR Director860-951-1245david.heuschkel@ufl-football.com “This game is for all the marbles. If we don’twin, we’re done. We need to win and theyneed to win. It will be an exciting game andprobably come down to the last play.” –Hartford Colonials Head Coach ChrisPalmer on Thursday’s clash with theFlorida Tuskers in Orlando. DESTINY OR DOOMSDAY FORCOLONIALS?  Despite being in lastplace, the HartfordColonials are still alivefor a berth in theUnited FootballLeague Championshipgame Nov. 27 inOmaha. Hartford (2-4)needs to win its tworemaining games andOmaha must lose itsfinal two. If thathappens, Hartford,Florida andSacramento wouldeach finish theregular season at 4-4and tied for second. But the Colonials, whowere all but eliminated two weeks ago after aheartbreaking overtime loss in Las Vegas,would advance to the title game by virtue of the tiebreaker. The UFL tiebreaker procedure states: In theevent of a three-way tie, a head-to-headtiebreaker will first be used to eliminate ateam. For example, if three teams finish tiedwith a 4-4 record, they will be measured headto head within that group of three teams .”  The tiebreaker would favor the Colonialsbecause they would have a 3-1 record againstSacramento and Florida, while Sacramentowould be 2-2 and Florida 1-3. BYE WEEK; HELLO FLORIDA Coming off a bye week, the Colonials play the Florida Tuskers at theCitrus Bowl in Orlando. It is Hartford’s third straight road game and thesecond time the Colonials followed a bye week with a game against the Tuskers. When the teams met in Week 4, Hartford committed a seasonhigh in turnovers (four) and penalties (seven) in a 33-20 loss atRentschler Field. The Tuskers scored 13 points off turnovers. TheColonials led 13-10 at halftime but were outscored 23-7 in the secondhalf. Thursday’s rematch will be televised on HDNet and broadcast onESPN Radio 1410/WPOP-AM. CALIFORNIA BEAMING  The Colonials ended a four-game losing streak Oct. 30 with a 27-26 winat Sacramento. Both of Hartford’s wins have been against the MountainLions, including a 27-10 victory in the UFL season opener at RentschlerField in East Hartford, CT. In the rematch, the Colonials overcame anearly 14-0 deficit and trailed throughout before pulling out the 1-pointwin on Taylor Mehlhaff’s 22-yard field goal as time expired. Secondsearlier, Mehlhaff missed a 42-yard FG attempt but was given a secondchance after Sacramento’s Terrell Maze ran into the kicker. Mehlhaff had missed his first two field goal attempts, from 34 and 22 yards –but made his final two, including 33-yarder that cut the deficit to 26-24with 3:08 remaining. Colonials running back Lorenzo Booker ran for 147yards, a UFL single-game record, and scored the first rushingtouchdown of the season for Hartford. Wide receiver Markee White had  a team-high nine receptions, none bigger than the 69-yard touchdownpass from Ryan Perrilloux. White finished with a franchise-record 152receiving yards. “UNFINISHED BUSINESS” Linebacker Kenny Ingram: “We have unfinished business withFlorida. The first time we played them, we left a lot of corrections outon that field that we need to do. So this week is just finishingunfinished business.” Running back Lorenzo Booker: “It’s good to be in the hunt. But atthe same time thinking about what can happen later does us no good if we don’t take care of what’s in front of us right now. So we just try tomake it a one-game season. Especially since we lost to them the lasttime. We got to look at the tape and look at all the mistakes we madethe last time, and we still had a chance to win the game. So we feel likeif we cut out the mistakes, we’ll be in a heck of a position to getanother win. We haven’t had back-to-back wins this season. I’d like tosee what it feels like to win twice in a row.” Quarterback Ryan Perrilloux: “It’s a huge game for us to get backinto the thick of things. So we’re going to come out and play hard. It’sgoing to be a big game for both of us. It’s going to be a dogfight untilthe end.” RECORD-SETTING PERFORMANCES In Hartford’s 27-26 win at Sacramento, Colonials RB Lorenzo Booker set a UFL single-game record with 147 rushing yards. The previousmark was 139 by Las Vegas RB DeDe Dorsey. Booker also set single-game franchise records for most all-purpose yards (155) and the longrun from scrimmage (47 yards). In addition to Booker’s performance,Colonials WR Markee White set a new franchise mark with 152receiving yards and his nine catches matched the mark for most in agame. Craphonso Thorpe had nine receptions for the New YorkSentinels last year. The Colonials also set or matched franchise recordsin first downs (26), total net yards from scrimmage (478), net yardspassing (298) and rushing (180).  PLAYERS OF THE WEEK   The Colonials have had three players earn UFL Player of the Weekhonors this season. The most recentwas running back Lorenzo Booker , who was named Offensive Playerfor Week 7. Booker rushed for a UFL-record 147 yards on 17 carries andscored a touchdown to lead Hartford to a 27-26 win over Sacramento. PlayerAwardPerformanceResult QB JoshMcCownOffensive –Week 111-18 passing, 265 yards,3 TDs27-10 win vs.SacramentoDE DerekWalkerDefensive –Week 683-yard fumble return for TD24-21 OT loss at LasVegasRB LorenzoBookerOffensive –Week 7UFL-record 147 yardsrushing27-26 win atSacramento PERRILLOUX PERFECT Colonials QB Ryan Perrilloux, who splits signal-calling duties withstarter Josh McCown, had his best performance of the season in the 27-26 win at Sacramento. Perrilloux made the most of his limited timeunder center, completing 4 of 4 passes for 98 yards, including a 69-yard touchdown pass to Markee White. On his first series, with theColonials trailing 14-0, Perrilloux engineered a 6-play, 66-yardtouchdown drive in the first quarter. Early in the fourth quarter,Perrilloux hooked up with White on the 69-yard touchdown to give theColonials a 21-20 lead. Then with 2 minutes remaining and Hartfordtrailing 26-24, Perrilloux stepped in for McCown, who was on thesidelines having his chin bandaged. Perrilloux completed passes of 14and 4 yards before giving way to McCown. The drive was capped by Taylor Mehlhaff’s 22-yard field goal that proved to be the difference. AN AVERAGE OF NEARLY ONE A DAY  Starting with the release of wide receiver Taurus Johnson, the Colonialshave made a total of 24 player transactions over the last 25 days.Below is the list of roster moves: PLAYERTRANSACTIONDATE
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