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The 2003 National Indoor Football League season was the third season of the National Indoor Football League. The league champions were the Ohio Valley Greyhounds, who wrapped up a perfect season by defeating the Utah Warriors in Indoor Bowl III and becoming the first team in league history to win back-to-back titles.

StandingsEdit

Team Overall Conference
Wins Losses Percentage Wins Losses Percentage
Atlantic Conference
Eastern Division
Ohio Valley Greyhounds 17 0 1.000 11 0 1.000
Lexington Horsemen 9 6 0.600 6 4 0.600
Fort Wayne Freedom 8 6 0.571 5 5 0.500
Myrtle Beach Stingrays 6 8 0.429 5 6 0.455
Tennessee Riverhawks 6 8 0.429 4 6 0.400
Evansville BlueCats 1 13 0.071 0 10 0.000
Southern Division
Lake Charles Land Sharks 13 3 0.812 8 2 0.800
Houma Bayou Bucks 10 5 0.667 7 3 0.700
Austin Rockers 7 7 0.500 6 4 0.600
Beaumont Drillers 6 8 0.429 5 5 0.500
Oklahoma Crude 2 12 0.143 2 8 0.200
Tupelo FireAnts 2 12 0.143 2 8 0.200
Pacific Conference
Northern Division
Omaha Beef 12 4 0.750 9 1 0.900
Lincoln Capitols 9 5 0.643 7 3 0.700
Sioux City Bandits 6 8 0.429 5 5 0.500
La Crosse Night Train 4 10 0.286 4 6 0.400
Show-Me Believers 4 10 0.286 3 7 0.300
Tri-City Diesel 4 10 0.286 2 8 0.200
Western Division
Utah Warriors 13 4 0.765 7 3 0.700
Sioux Falls Storm 10 5 0.667 7 3 0.700
Bismarck Roughriders 9 6 0.600 5 5 0.500
Rapid City Red Dogs 7 7 0.500 5 5 0.500
Billings Outlaws 6 8 0.429 3 7 0.300
Wyoming Cavalry 4 10 0.286 3 7 0.300
  • Green indicates clinched playoff berth
  • Purple indicates division champion
  • Grey indicates best conference record

PlayoffsEdit

Round 1

  • Ohio Valley 51, Lexington 42
  • Lake Charles 44, Houma 19
  • Omaha 72, Bismarck 49
  • Utah 68, Sioux Falls 55

Semifinals

  • Ohio Valley 43, Lake Charles 41
  • Utah 62, Omaha 51

Indoor Bowl III

  • Ohio Valley 45, Utah 37

See alsoEdit

External linksEdit

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