2010 United Bowl

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2010 United Bowl
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1234Total
Sioux Falls7207034
Billings7219643
DateJuly 17, 2010
StadiumBillings Sports Plex
Location Billings, Montana, U.S.
MVPBillings QB Chris Dixon
Referee Todd Geerlings
Attendance2,500
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The 2010 United Bowl was the second title game of the Indoor Football League (IFL). It was played on July 17, 2010, at the Billings Sports Plex in Billings, Montana. The top seed in the Intense Conference (Billings Outlaws) defeated the United Conference's two-seed team, Sioux Falls Storm, by a score of 43–34.

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Road to the United Bowl

United Conference

Atlantic East
TeamWLPCT
z- Richmond Revolution 131.929
y- Rochester Raiders 95.643
West Michigan ThunderHawks 59.357
Maryland Maniacs 113.071
Central North
TeamWLPCT
x- Green Bay Blizzard 104.714
y- Bloomington Extreme 95.643
y- Chicago Slaughter 68.429
La Crosse Spartans 311.214
Central West
TeamWLPCT
x- Sioux Falls Storm 113.786
y- Omaha Beef 95.643
y- Wichita Wild 95.643
Sioux City Bandits 410.286
Colorado Ice 212.143

Intense Conference

Lonestar East
TeamWLPCT
x- Arkansas Diamonds 113.786
y- San Angelo Stampede Express 104.714
y- Corpus Christi Hammerheads 68.429
Austin Turfcats 212.143
Lonestar West
TeamWLPCT
x- Amarillo Venom 113.786
y- West Texas Roughnecks 77.500
Abilene Ruff Riders 212.143
Pacific North
TeamWLPCT
z- Billings Outlaws 122.857
y- Fairbanks Grizzlies 95.643
y- Tri-Cities Fever 77.500
Kent Predators 59.357
Alaska Wild 212.143

Playoffs

z=clinched top seed in conference, x=clinched division, y=clinched wild card spot

Conference Quarterfinals Conference Semifinals Conference Championships 2010 United Bowl
            
6Rochester26
1 Richmond 24
6 Rochester 33
4Wichita45
7 Bloomington 48
4Wichita61
4 Wichita 34
United Conference
2Sioux Falls52
8Chicago46
3 Green Bay 39
8 Chicago 33
2Sioux Falls47
5 Omaha 23
2Sioux Falls42
U2 Sioux Falls 34
I1Billings43
8 Corpus Christi 29
3Arkansas44
3Arkansas46
2 Amarillo 31
7 West Texas 36
2Amarillo56
3 Arkansas 42
Intense Conference
1Billings53
5 Fairbanks 35
4San Angelo45
4 San Angelo 39
1Billings68
6 Tri-Cities 45
1Billings54

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