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Shock get 2015 started

Posted: March 9, 2015 in Spokane Shock

Patchin, Lukens and Osso talked to Andy Olson, head coach for the Spokane Shock, as practice gets underway for the 2015 AFL season.

Spokane Shock Nose Tackle Terrance Taylor had a lot of fun with Keith Osso during their interview on the Coaches Show.

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The Spokane Shock and the Portland Thunder met for the first time ever. Spokane jumped out to a quick 20-0 lead, but then the Shock offense stalled. Portland took a 21-20 lead early in the 3rd quarter. Spokane responded with a touchdown to retake the lead. The Thunder had a chance to grab the lead again in the 4th quarter, but Terrance Sanders returned an interception for a touchdown and Spokane didn’t look back. The Shock won the game 55-27 to improve their record to 3-1 on the season.

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Keith Osso talked to the reigning AFL MVP, Erik Meyer, on the Spokane Shock Coaches show after the Shock got a 73-62 win at San Jose.

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The Spokane Shock earned their second win of the 2014 season with a 73-62 win over the San Jose SaberCats. QB Erik Meyer had 4 passing touchdowns and 4 rushing touchdowns. WR Mike Washington was on the receiving end of three of those TD passes. Terrance Sanders returned a kickoff for touchdown and had an interception. Terence Moore added two interceptions.

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Keith Osso talked to Head Coach Andy Olson, QB Erik Meyer and LB Terence Moore after the win.

The Spokane Shock season didn’t start exactly the way they wanted it to. Shock quarterback Erik Meyer fumbled in the end zone on the Spokane’s first offensive play, resulting in an Iowa Barnstormers safety. But the 2013 AFL MVP bounced back quickly and the Shock found their rhythm. Meyer ended the night with 7 total touchdowns, 5 passing and 2 rushing. Adron Tennell caught 3 of those TDs to help lead Spokane to a 64-35 victory. Terrance Sanders proved why he is known as “Mr. Electricity” by returning a missed Iowa field goal attempt at the end of the first half for a touchdown. The Shock play division rival Arizona next weekend.

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The 2014 AFL season has begun. The Spokane Shock had their first practice and Patchin, Lukens and Osso with Vince Grippi talked the head coach, Andy Olson, as things get rolling.


Patchin, Lukens and Osso with Tom Giles talked to the leader of the new ownership group of the Spokane Shock, Nader Naini, the day after the sale of the franchise was made public.

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Time to get back to work

Posted: November 20, 2013 in Spokane Shock
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Patchin, Lukens and Osso talked to Spokane Shock Head Coach Andy Olson about the offseason, the roster and the daunting schedule.

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Head Coach Andy Olson

Things looked good for the Spokane Shock early in their matchup against the Arizona Rattlers for the National Conference Championship. Spokane had a 35-21 lead with 5:38 left in the 2nd quarter. Arizona went on a 37-0 run and didn’t look back. Spokane scored with less than a minute to play to cut the Rattlers lead to 65-49. The Shock recovered an onside kick, scored one more time and got a two point conversion to make the final score 65-57. Arizona will face the Philadelphia Soul next week in Arena Bowl XVI.