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The Spokane Shock had very little trouble getting their 13th win of the season. The San Antonio Talons came to Spokane and took a quick 10-0 lead. Spokane went on a 77-14 run, including a 44-0 stretch in the 2nd half, and cruised to a 77-30 win. The Shock forced 7 Talons turnovers, 5 of those were interceptions. Paul Stephens recorded 3 INTs and Terence Moore returned his interception for a touchdown. Spokane is now 13-4 with one home game remaining in the regular season.

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The Spokane Shock had little trouble disposing of the Jacksonville Sharks. Spokane lead 28-7 after one quarter, 49-14 at the half, and won by a final score of 76-41. Terrance Sanders had two interceptions and ran one back for a touchdown. Spokane improves to 9-3 and looks forward to their matchup against division rival Arizona (11-1) next week.

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Keith Osso talked to Coach Andy Olson, WR Kamar Jorden, DB/KR Terrance Sanders and OL Pat Afif after the win.

The Spokane Shock had no problem disposing of division rival San Jose. Spokane led 41-16 at the half and won 75-45. Adron Tennell did not catch a touchdown pass, but he did rush for three. Brandon Thompkins caught four touchdown passes, two from backup QB Arvell Nelson who threw his first passes of the season.
Jeffrey Solomon recovered a fumble, had an interception and caught a touchdown pass. Spokane improves to 8-3 on the season.


Keith Osso talked to Coach Andy Olson, Jeffrey Solomon, Erik Meyer and Terrance Sanders after the win.

The Spokane Shock came into their week 9 matchup with the New Orleans VooDoo on a 3 game losing streak, but Spokane was able to get back into the win column with a 65-54 victory. Paul Stephens had 2 more interceptions, Terrance Sanders returned a kickoff and an interception for touchdowns, and Erik Meyer added 6 touchdown passes to help lead the Shock to their 6th win of the season.

Terrance Sanders

Terrance Sanders

Keith Osso talked to WR Kamar Jorden, Coach Andy Olson, QB Erik Meyer, DB/KR Terrance Sanders and OL Chris Pino after the win.

Chris Pino

Chris Pino

The Orlando Predators were 1-5 coming into their matchup with the Spokane Shock. Spokane went to the locker rooms leading 62-41 after the first half and scored 20 2nd half points, all in the 4th quarter. But it wasn’t enough. Orlando trailed by 13 points with less than one minute to play and came away with an 83-82 victory in the 2nd highest scoring game in AFL history. Spokane has now lost three straight games after starting the season 5-0.

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Keith Osso talked to Head Coach Andy Olson, DB/KR Terrance Sanders, OL Ryan Cave and WR Adron Tennell after the tough loss.

The Spokane Shock improved their record to 3-0, all road wins, with a 66-43 win over the Iowa Barnstormers. Shock quarterback Erik Meyer had 9 touchdown passes this week, giving him 24 on the season, against no interceptions. Here are the radio highlights from the win. Dennis Patchin had the call on 700 ESPN.

Erik Meyer

Erik Meyer

Post game interviews with Keith Osso.

The Spokane Shock have started the season without being stopped on offense. Erik Meyer had 7 more touchdown passes and the Shock go into Chicago and beat the Rush, 76-61. Here are the radio highlights as heard on 700 ESPN.

Erik Meyer

Erik Meyer

Keith Osso talked to Terrance Sanders, Erik Meyer and Coach Andy Olson after the game. (Note: Keith incorrectly mentions that the Shock won 1 road game last year. They won 5 road games in 2012 and 2 road games in 2011. We regret the error.)

The Spokane Shock’s three game winning streak came to an end in Chicago, 73-62. Spokane turned the ball over three times while the Rush didn’t turn it over once. Spokane is now 6-5 on the season.

Keith Osso talked with Head Coach Andy Olson and a couple of players after the game.

The Spokane Shock got their record above the .500 mark, 5-4, for the first time this year with a 65-47 victory over the Philadelphia Soul. Terrance Sanders had another stellar game with three interceptions, one going for a touchdown, and a fumble recovery. Adron Tennell returned to the lineup and caught five touchdowns from Kyle Rowley.

Terrance Sanders

Keith Osso talked to DB Josh Ferguson and Coach Olson after the game.

Keith also got the stars of the game, Sanders and Tennell.

The Spokane Shock pulled out a victory over the VooDoo in overtime, 68-62. Shock kick returner and DB Terrance Sanders had two interceptions and ran two consecutive kickoffs back for touchdowns.

Terrance Sanders

Keith Osso caught up with the star of the game on the field.

Keith also talked with the coach and a couple more players.