2013 Texas Revolution season

Last updated
2013 Texas Revolution season
OwnerChampionship Sports Group
Head coachBilly Back
General manager Tim Brown
Home field Allen Event Center
Results
Record5–9
Division placeUnited Conference

The 2013 Texas Revolution season was the team's fourteenth season as a football franchise, fourth in the Indoor Football League (IFL), and first as the "Texas Revolution". One of just nine teams competing in the IFL for the 2013 season, the Texas Revolution were realigned to the United Conference. [1] The team played their home games at the Allen Event Center in Allen, Texas. [2] Head coach Billy Back led the team to a 5–9 record and they failed to qualify for post-season play.

Contents

Off-field moves

A new ownership group, led by team president and chief executive officer Tommy Benizio, took control of the Dallas-area franchise after the 2012 season but the previous ownership retained the rights to the "Allen Wranglers" name and logo. The new owners held a "Name Your Team" contest and awarded $5,000 to Todd Carlson of Plano, Texas, for his winning entry. [3] The Championship Sports Group includes Benizio, NFL legend Tim Brown, and Texas politician Ken Paxton.

On November 8, 2012, the team announced the hiring of Billy Back as head coach for the 2012-13 season. [4] Back spent the previous three seasons leading the Cincinnati Commandos to three consecutive league championships. Before coaching, Back played six seasons in the NIFL, af2, and IFL. [5] On the same day, the Revolution hired Brian Wells as defensive coordinator. [4] Wells had served as an assistant coach under Back in Cincinnati. [5] On December 18, 2012, the rest of the coaching staff was announced. IFL veteran Brandon Blackmon was named defensive backs coach, local Bryan Raymond was named offensive line coach, and NFL veteran Taurean Henderson signed on as the running backs coach. [6]

Shortly before the 2013 season began, the owner of the Cheyenne Warriors died and the IFL revised its schedule to accommodate the now 9-team league. [7] While the Revolution had not been scheduled to play Cheyenne, the revisions altered the latter half of their game schedule. [8]

Roster moves

In October 2012, the team announced a number of player signings, just ahead of the announcement of the team's 2013 schedule. These include former Allen High School players Nathan Dick at quarterback and Brett Peddicord as a kicker. [9] Dick had been a standout for the University of Central Arkansas and on the Dallas Cowboys training camp roster following the 2012 NFL Draft. [10] Peddicord was a preseason All-American at East Texas Baptist University his senior year before kicking professionally for the Warsaw Eagles of the Polish American Football League. [11]

At the same time, the team announced the signings of University of Texas alums RB Vondrell McGee and DL Brian Ellis plus ETBU alum DB Anquanius "Huggie" Frazier. [12] Also signed were Ohio State alums DB E.J. Underwood and OL Zach Slagle, Michigan State alum DB Enrique Shaw, plus Florida State alum and NFL veteran DB Michael Ray Garvin. Signees with IFL experience include Ellis and Frazier who played with the Allen Wranglers in 2012, OL Zac Tubbs formerly of the Sioux Falls Storm plus DB Scooter Rogers and QB Marcus Jackson who both played for the Wichita Wild. [10]

The Revolution held on open tryout at the Blue Sky Indoor Soccer Facility in Allen, Texas, on November 11, 2012. [13] The team signed eight players as a result, including Darien Williams from the University of Oklahoma, Kedrick Alexander and Shawn Santos from the University of Tulsa, Justin Siller and Keith Smith from Purdue University, and former Allen Wrangler player Jeremy Brown. [13] [14] In early December 2012, the team announced the signings of Mon Williams from the Florida, Anthony Kelly from Florida State, Jermaine Love from Arkansas, Eddrick Loften from Tennessee, John Mobley from Winston-Salem State, and Simon Collier from Alcorn State. [14]

On December 18, 2012, the team announced the signing of defensive lineman Wayne Daniels, formerly of the TCU Horned Frogs. Daniels was a First Team All-American and two-time All Mountain West Conference player during his college years and played in several pre-season games for the New York Jets after turning pro. [6]

The team scheduled a second tryout for February 2, 2013, at the same facility in Allen. [13] The team's training camp began with 40 players on Saturday, February 9, 2012, in advance of their first pre-season game on February 21, 2013. [15] On February 20, 2013, the team announced its final 30-man roster, cutting several players including local quarterback hopeful Nathan Dick. [16]

Awards and honors

Defensive back Frankie Solomon Jr., described by press reports as the "face of the franchise", was named to the All-IFL first team defense and the All-IFL second team special teams roster in late June 2013. He was the only player in the league to be named twice to the 2013 All-IFL team. [17]

Schedule

Key:   Win  Tie  Loss   Bye

Preseason

WeekDayDateKickoffOpponentResultsLocation
Final ScoreRecord
1ThursdayFebruary 217:05pm North Texas Crunch (APFL)W 103–22 [18] 1–0 Allen Event Center [19]

Regular season

WeekDayDateKickoffOpponent [1] ResultsLocation [19]
Final ScoreRecord
1 BYE
2 BYE
3FridayMarch 17:05pmat Cedar Rapids Titans L 21–60 [20] [21] 0–1 Cedar Rapids Ice Arena [22] [23]
4 BYE
5SundayMarch 172:05pmat Chicago Slaughter L 26–51 [24] [25] 0–2 Sears Centre [26] [27]
6FridayMarch 227:05pm Tri-Cities Fever W 40–37 [28] [29] 1–2 Allen Event Center [30]
7FridayMarch 297:05pmat Tri-Cities Fever W 54–43 [31] [32] 2–2 Toyota Center
8SaturdayApril 67:00pmat Nebraska Danger L 50–53 [33] [34] 2–3 Eihusen Arena [35]
9SaturdayApril 137:05pm Cedar Rapids Titans W 82–72 [36] [37] 3–3Allen Event Center [38]
10SaturdayApril 207:05pm Nebraska Danger L 47–62 [39] [40] 3–4Allen Event Center [41]
11SaturdayApril 277:05pmat Green Bay Blizzard L 25–74 [42] [43] 3–5 Resch Center [44] [45]
12FridayMay 37:05pm Chicago Slaughter W 48–23 [46] [47] 4–5Allen Event Center [48]
13SaturdayMay 116:05pmat Chicago Slaughter L 30–42 [49] [50] 4–6 Sears Centre
14 BYE
15SaturdayMay 257:05pm Green Bay Blizzard W 60–56 [51] [52] 5–6Allen Event Center [53] [54]
16SaturdayJune 17:05pm Colorado Ice L 26–63 [55] [56] 5–7Allen Event Center [57] [58]
17SaturdayJune 87:05pmat Sioux Falls Storm L 16–59 [59] [60] 5–8 Sioux Falls Arena [61] [62]
18SaturdayJune 157:05pm Sioux Falls Storm L 38–52 [63] [64] 5–9Allen Event Center [65]

Roster

2013 Texas Revolution roster
Quarterbacks
  • 12 Kewan Dewberry

Running backs

  •  2 Vondrell McGee
  •  1 Mon Williams

Wide receivers

  • 27 Jeremy Brown
  • 18 Nate Jones
  •  8 Justin Siller
  •  9 Keith Smith
Offensive Linemen
  • 77 James Barker
  • 79 J. T. Brooks
  • 69 Dimecus Brown
  • 61 Tommy Crowley

Defensive Linemen

  • 80 Brian Ellis
  •  7 James Frazier
  • 93 Prince Hickman
  • 55 Darrell Roseman
  • 65 Eliot Allen
Linebackers
  • 17 Anthony Kelly

Defensive Backs

  • 21 Brett Bowers
  • 24 Anquanius Frazier
  •  6 Scooter Rogers
  • 15 Frankie Solomon Jr.
  • 41 Darien Williams

Kickers

  • 16 Brett Peddicord
Injured Reserve
  • Currently vacant

Exempt List

  • Currently vacant

Practice Squad

  • Currently vacant

Rookies in italics
Roster updated February 21, 2013
30 Active, 0 Inactive, 0 PS

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Standings

2013 United Conference
WLTPCTPFPADIVGBSTK
y - Sioux Falls Storm 1040.7146455004-20.0W3
x - Cedar Rapids Titans 950.6437445696-41.0w2
Chicago Slaughter 950.6435986026-51.0W2
Texas Revolution 590.3575637473-46.0L2
Green Bay Blizzard 4100.2866226522-66.0L5

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