Intense Bowl

The Intense Bowl is the main championship game for the Intense Football League. It is played between the two teams who survived the playoffs.

Intense Bowl Date Played Winning Team Losing Team Score Location City Att.
1 September 4, 2004 Amarillo Dusters Lubbock Renegades 62-47 Cal Farley Coliseum Amarillo, TX 4,500
2005 No game played due to league not being in operation.
2 August 12, 2006 Odessa Roughnecks Corpus Christi Hammerheads 97-56 Ector County Coliseum Odessa, TX 4,442
3 August 11, 2007 Louisiana Swashbucklers Corpus Christi Hammerheads 46-27 Sudduth Coliseum Lake Charles, LA 5,772
4 July 28, 2008 Louisiana Swashbucklers Corpus Christi Hammerheads 66-35 Sudduth Coliseum Lake Charles, LA 6,120
  • Number of appearances:
    • Corpus Christi Hammerheads: 3 (0-3)
    • Louisiana Swashbucklers: 2 (2-0)
    • Amarillo Dusters: 1 (1-0)
    • Odessa Roughnecks: 1 (1-0)
    • Lubbock Renegades: 1 (0-1)
Intense Football League
Teams
  • Alaska Wild
  • Amarillo Dusters
  • CenTex Barracudas
  • Corpus Christi Hammerheads
  • El Paso Rumble
  • Fairbanks Grizzlies
  • Frisco Thunder
  • Katy Ruff Riders
  • Laredo Lobos
  • Louisiana Swashbucklers
  • Lubbock Lone Stars
  • Odessa Roughnecks
  • San Angelo Stampede Express
Arenas
  • Bell County Expo Center
  • The Carlson Center
  • Central Pavilion Arena
  • Dr Pepper Arena
  • Ector County Coliseum
  • Leonard E. Merrell Center
  • San Angelo Coliseum
  • Sudduth Coliseum
  • Sullivan Arena
Seasons
  • 2004
  • 2006
  • 2007
  • 2008

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