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2010 Sacramento Mountain Lions season
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Team Sacramento Mountain Lions
teamcolor Dark Metallic Gold, Black, Tan, Dark Gold
year 2010
record 4–4
division_place 3rd
coach Dennis Green
general manager Dennis Green
owner Paul Pelosi
stadium Hornet Stadium
playoffs did not qualify
uniform UFL-Uniform-SAC
Previous Season 2009 Next Season 2010


The 2010 Sacramento Mountain Lions season was the second season for the Sacramento Mountain Lions and the first since relocating from the San Francisco Bay Area. The team finished with a 4–4 record and third in the league.

OffseasonEdit

After unusually poor attendance at the California Redwoods' 2009 home games (the team was the only one to not have a single game with an attendance of over 10,000 fans), the Redwoods announced they would be leaving AT&T Park in San Francisco for either San Jose, California or Sacramento, California. Sacramento (and Hornet Stadium) was ultimately chosen, and the team was renamed the "Sacramento Mountain Lions" in a fan contest.

UFL DraftEdit

2010 Sacramento Mountain Lions UFL Draft selections
Draft order Player name Position College
Round Choice
1 3 Justin Goltz QB Occidental
2 8 Tavita Thompson OT Oregon State
3 13 Tim Clark CB Oregon State
4 18 Udeme Udofia DT Stanford
5 23 Ryan McFoy S Arizona State
6 28 Antonio Chatman WR Cincinnati
7 32 Carl Spitale OT Florida Atlantic
8 36 Dennis Keyes S UCLA
9 45 Bobby Guillory WR Central Missouri
10 49 Curtis Young DE Cincinnati
11 53 Willie Glasper CB Oregon
12 57 Terrence Blevins RB Eastern Michigan

[1]

PersonnelEdit

StaffEdit

2010 Sacramento Mountain Lions staff
Front Office

Head Coaches

Offensive Coaches

 

Defensive Coaches

Special Teams Coaches

Strength and Conditioning

RosterEdit

2010 Sacramento Mountain Lions roster
Quarterbacks

Running Backs

Wide Receivers

Tight Ends

Offensive Linemen

Defensive Linemen

Linebackers

Defensive Backs

Special Teams

Reserve Lists


Rookies in italics
Roster updated November 15, 2010

52 Active, 4 Inactive

ScheduleEdit

Week Date Kickoff Opponent Results Game site Attendance TV
Final score Team record
1 Saturday, September 18 11:30 a.m. PT at Hartford Colonials L 10–27 0–1 Rentschler Field 14,384 NESN
2 Saturday, September 25 8:00 p.m. PT Florida Tuskers W 24–20 1–1 Hornet Stadium 20,000 Versus
3 Saturday, October 2 5:30 p.m. PT at Omaha Nighthawks L 17–20 1–2 Rosenblatt Stadium 23,416 HDNet
4 Bye
5 Friday, October 15 8:00 p.m. PT Las Vegas Locomotives L 3–26 1–3 Hornet Stadium 19,000 HDNet
6 Thursday, October 21 4:00 p.m. PT at Florida Tuskers W 21–17 2–3 Citrus Bowl 10,066 HDNet
7 Saturday, October 30 8:00 p.m. PT Hartford Colonials L 26–27 2–4 Hornet Stadium 13,500 Versus
8 Saturday, November 6 8:00 p.m. PT at Las Vegas Locomotives W 27–24 3–4 Sam Boyd Stadium 13,622 Versus
9 Saturday, November 13 8:00 p.m. PT Omaha Nighthawks W 41–3 4–4 Hornet Stadium 20,000 Versus
10 Bye

StandingsEdit

United Football League
view · talk · edit W L T PCT PF PA STK
y-Las Vegas Locomotives 5 3 0 .625 174 142 L2
y-Florida Tuskers 5 3 0 .625 213 136 W3
x-Sacramento Mountain Lions 4 4 0 .500 169 164 W2
x-Hartford Colonials 3 5 0 .375 169 194 W1
x-Omaha Nighthawks 3 5 0 .375 113 202 L4

y-denotes team has clinched a 2010 UFL Championship Game berth
x-denotes team has been eliminated from championship contention

Game summariesEdit

Week 1: at Hartford ColonialsEdit

1 2 3 4 Total
Mountain Lions 0 0 3 7

10

Colonials 7 13 7 0

27

at Rentschler Field, East Hartford, Connecticut

  • Date: Saturday, September 18
  • Game time: 11:30 a.m. PT
  • Game attendance: 14,384
  • Referee: Perry Havener
  • TV announcers (NESN): Mike Logan (play-by-play) and Scott Zolak (analyst)
  • Recap

Week 2: vs. Florida TuskersEdit

1 2 3 4 Total
Tuskers 3 7 7 3

20

Mountain Lions 0 7 0 17

24

at Hornet Stadium, Sacramento, California

  • Date: Saturday, September 25
  • Game time: 8:00 p.m. PT
  • TV announcers (Versus): Craig Minervini (play-by-play) and Doug Flutie (analyst)

Over 20,000 Sacramento fans filed into Hornet Stadium to watch the Mountain Lions overcome a ten-point fourth quarter defecit to become the first team to beat the Florida Tuskers in the regular season, (snapping a seven-game win streak for Florida) 24-20. Daunte Culpepper completed 26 of 42 passes for 374 yards, three touchdowns, and an interception. This included the 33-yard go-ahead touchdown pass with thirty-one seconds left to play. Brooks Bollinger threw for his sixth career 300-yard game in the UFL with 328, completing 23 of 41 yards for a touchdown and an interception. The win gave the Mountain Lions (1-1) their first win since relocating to Sacramento and the loss gives Florida (1-1) their first ever even .500 record. [2]

Week 3: at Omaha NighthawksEdit

Week 5: vs. Las Vegas LocomotivesEdit

Week 6: at Florida TuskersEdit

Week 7: vs. Hartford ColonialsEdit

1 2 3 4 Total
Colonials 7 7 0 13

27

Mountain Lions 14 6 0 6

26

at Hornet Stadium, Sacramento, California

  • Date: Saturday, October 30
  • Game time: 8:00 p.m. PT
  • Game attendance: 13,500
  • Referee: Jon Bible
  • TV announcers (Versus): Craig Minervini (play-by-play) and Doug Flutie (analyst)
  • Recap

The thirty-four combined points at halftime was the most scored in the first thirty minutes in a game this season, and the Colonials also gave up the league's first ever punt return for a touchdown. But Hartford overcame an early 14-0 deficit to defeat the Sacramento Mountain Lions, 27-26 in front of a crowd of over 13,000 at Hornet Stadium. After missing a potential game winning field goal against Las Vegas the previous week, plus 34 and 22-yard field goals earlier in the game, Taylor Mehlhaff redeemed himself by nailing a 23-yarder as time expired to beat the Mountain Lions for only their second win of the season. (both coming against Sacramento)

Week 8: at Las Vegas LocomotivesEdit

1 2 3 4 Total
Mountain Lions 7 14 0 6

27

Locomotives 0 3 7 14

24

at Sam Boyd Stadium, Las Vegas, Nevada

  • Date: Saturday, November 6
  • Game time: 10:00 p.m. PT
  • Game attendance: 13,622[3]
  • TV: Versus

Sacramento attempted to avenge a 26-3 home loss earlier in the season to Las Vegas and did so with a 27-24 win on the road at Sam Boyd. The Mountain Lions survived a scare after the Locos tied the game at 24 in the fourth quarter, after Sacramento lead 21-0 in the second. Chase Clement was stellar in his debut for the Locos, throwing a touchdown and running for two in Las Vegas's comeback attempt that came up just a bit short. The Mountain Lions are the only team not named Florida to defeat the Locos.

Week 9: vs. Omaha NighthawksEdit

ReferencesEdit


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