2012 Season Schedule
|Final Score||Team Record|
|1||February 19 (Sun)||2:08pm||Bloomington Edge||W 50-34||1-0|
|2||February 24 (Fri)||7:35pm
|@Lehigh Valley Steelhawks||L 28-30||1-1|
|2||March 3 (Sat)||7:05pm||@Bloomington Edge||L 35-44||1-2|
|5||March 23 (Fri)||7:05pm||@Cedar Rapids Titans||L 40-52||1-3|
|6||March 31 (Sat)||7:05pm||Bloomington Edge||L 65-70||1-4|
|7||April 8 (Sun)||4:05pm||@Sioux Falls Storm||L 45-73||1-5|
|8||April 13 (Fri)||7:30||@Green Bay Blizzard||L 36-63||1-6|
|9||April 21 (Sat)||7:05pm||Green Bay Blizzard||W 45-42||2-6|
|10||April 28 (Sat)||7:00pm
|@Lehigh Valley Steelhawks||W 54-51||3-6|
|11||May 5 (Sat)||7:05pm||Cedar Rapids Titans||W 41-38||4-6|
|13||May 18 (Fri)||7:35pm||Reading Express||W 67-50||5-6|
|14||May 25 (Fri)||7:05pm||@Bloomington Edge||L 43-62||5-7|
|15||June 2 (Sat)||7:00pm
|@Reading Express||W 46-40||6-7|
|16||June 8 (Fri)||7:35pm||Lehigh Valley Steelhawks||L 53-54||6-8|
* = Kickoff Classic Game, before week 1 starts.
|2012 United Conference|
|y Sioux Falls Storm||14||0||0||1.000||941||563||7-0||---||W14|
|x Green Bay Blizzard||11||3||0||0.786||787||586||10-3||3.0||W3|
|x Bloomington Edge||10||4||0||0.714||673||604||10-3||4.0||W1|
|x Lehigh Valley Steelhawks||6||8||0||0.429||605||615||6-8||8.0||W1|
|Cedar Rapids Titans||4||10||0||0.286||491||630||4-0||10.0||W1|
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