Cedar Rapids Titans Announce Inaugural Season Schedule


By Belinda Yeung

CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa - The much-anticipated inaugural season of the Cedar Rapids Titans will begin March 3, 2012 at the Cedar Rapids Ice Arena against the Lehigh Valley Steelhawks. The Titans will play seven regular season games at home over the course of March through mid June.

The Titans’ first year home schedule includes a March 23rd United Conference matchup against the Chicago Slaughter, who are coached by former Chicago Bear great Steve “Mongo” McMicheal. The Green Bay Blizzard, the reigning IFL franchise of the year, visits the Ice Arena on April 7th followed by the Omaha Beef on April 21st.

The month of May includes visits from the Reading Express May 12th and the Bloomington Extreme May 18th. The Titans 2012 regular season ends on June 16th at home against the Nebraska Danger. Cedar Rapids, Chicago, Green Bay, Bloomington, Omaha, Sioux Falls, Reading, and Lehigh Valley will make up the IFL’s United Conference.

A few tough road tests will mark the Titans’ travels this season. The Titans will travel to Sioux Falls to face the Storm, the reigning United Bowl champions April 1st. The Titans also travel to Green Bay, Lehigh Valley, Reading, Chicago, Omaha, and Bloomington to round out their road schedule.

The Titans are entering their first season in the Indoor Football League. Season tickets are now on sale for the 2012 season for as low as $56 and can be purchased by calling 319-730-6301 or by visiting www.cedarrapidstitans.com.

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