TEMPE, Arizona – Salt Lake's newest professional team has begun its opening season on Sunday night.
But like half of the teams in the Alliance of Professional Football of eight teams, they will start playing with 0-1.
Hotshots quarterback John Wolfford threw four touchdowns, including two to Arizona's former state successor, Rashad Ross, after Arizona handed her first loss to his foals in the history of the franchise, 38-22 at the Sun Dive stadium in Tempe, Arizona. , who played collectively in Wake Forest, threw the first two half to lead the Hotshots to 19-8 advances in the first half.
But former BYU successor Jordan Leslie pulled the stallions within three, 1
– The Wild Storks Podcast (@Wild_Stallyns) The franchise story with a drop of 1 yard linking the game to 8-8 in the first quarter. But the Hotshots regained their lead moments later and pressed to the end of the half-time.
Woodrum was the first runner in the history of Salt Lake Stallions, while reserve protector Austin Allen was among the inactive (along with former Utah successor widespread in Kaliningen). Clay, Utah linebacker Gionni Paul and BYU offensive Tuni Kanuch).
The 6-foot 3 Woodrum does not play in the second half of the trauma of mutilation, finishing his debut with Salt Lake, finishing 10 out of 22 passes with one touchdown and one set-up.
The former Idaho signal, Matt Linhehan, finished the game with relief from Udrum.
points holding the horses without a score in the second half, to the 7-yard TD Nick Trüssel of Linehan at the beginning of the fourth quarter.
But that only reduced Salt Lake's deficit to 35-22, and the Storks could not get it
Salt Lake will play in Birmingham next Saturday afternoon. Kickoff for the opening of the new Stallions home is scheduled for February 23 at 1 pm.
This story will be updated.×