ABOUT THE TWO-TIME CHAMPION SOCAL COYOTES
The electrifying 2013 United Football Alliance League Champion SoCal Coyotes are the nation's only non-profit sports leadership organization to field a AAA professional football team – and arguably the most exciting. The 2013 Coyotes played the nation’s toughest schedule and beat six Top 10 teams, including the previously undefeated and former national champion California Raiders.
Off the field, the Coyote organization places a premium on faith, fatherhood and family values. Their belief in better fathers, better husbands, better friends, has received international acclaim for “building champions by building men.”
Two of their players reached NFL tryouts in 2013, with five more invited to Arena Football League camps, for a total of 10 in two years. 2014 Coyote rookie linebacker Robert Caldwell recently signed a free-agent contract with the Cleveland Browns.
Coach J David Miller’s teams won the Pac West in 2012, finished second in the Great West (spring) 2013 - then playing against the nation’s best talent, won the United Football Alliance League (UFAL) championship in fall 2013. The team launches its 2014 campaign as one of four teams selected to the inaugural season of the Professional Spring American Football League (PSAFL), an intense four-game developmental league that offers D-1 level players the opportunity to play in real games, get tape and be noticed by the National Football League (NFL), the Arena League (AFL) and the Canadian Football League (CFL). The PSAFL championship game will be held in St. Petersberg, Florida on July 4th.
In the fall, the Coyotes will play a full 10-game season in the newly--formed National Developmental Professional Football League (NDPFL) - which boasts five former champions of their respective 2013 leagues. The NDPFL is united in its commitment to "change the culture of AAA professional football" thorugh organizational management, player mentoring & development and dynamic service to community.
Relying on Miller’s lifetime mentor “Darrel” Mouse Davis – godfather of the modern spread offense -- as an inspiration and consultant, the Coyotes have proved a point with their vaunted "Silver Stretch" Run 'n' Shoot by leading three different leagues in total offense. The Coyotes have scored more than 40 points 10 times, more than 50 three times, more than 60 twice, and more than 70 twice. Miller was named to the AAA Hall of Fame in 2013, as well as the Southern California Football Alliance Offensive Coach of the Year. In 2012, he was named the AAA National Coach of the Year. In four seasons his teams are 34-10, with three bowl appearances, two league titles, and was a national champion runner-up.
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