Arena League Football, which has produced the likes of Super Bowl quarterback Kurt Warner, is known for its fast-paced and high-scoring games. No better example of this was the game between Tampa Bay and Nashville. Before a great crowd of 10,530 raucous fans, the Kats and the Storm played a old-fashioned barn burner. The teams exchanged touchdowns throughout the first two quarters, and at the half if was 21-21. The third quarter provided surprisingly little offense, with each team only managing (more…)
June 9, 2013
April 4, 2013
Fans of the Nashville Kats will always remember the rivalry that the team shared with the New Orleans VoDoo. This was one of the more entertaining rivalries in the Arena Football League and it saw some great match-ups between the two franchises. Unfortunately for fans of both teams, a repeat of this match-up does not seem likely as both of the franchises try and recover from the tough economic times that have engulfed the teams.
During the happier days, the game between the two rivals saw high-scoring action with bone-jarring tackles. The teams consistently (more…)
October 8, 2012
Whether you’re an avid follower of all things Nashville or you’ve just been to the Kats compareelectricityratesinhouston a few times and like the idea of the team there’s a lot to see and do here that DOESN’T have to do with sports. It’s disappointing, anyway, to no longer be able to take in a Kats game so let us suggest a few more activities for your upcoming Nashville weekend See the Parthenon – Of course, we don’t mean the ACTUAL Parthenon but rather Nashville’s perfect likeness of the structure. Its’ just outside of downtown and if you come at the right time of year you’re bound to hit a festival or art fair on the adjoining field. Belle Meade – If you like history and plantations head out to Belle Meade! It’s actually got the only functional winery in Nashville on site and you can take a tour of the house, too, if that’s your thing. East End – East End Nashville is the city’s newest up and coming area. There are walkable streets, tons of restaurants and the people are quirky and imminently friendly. It may not be a Kats game but it’s a great way to spend an afternoon in Music City!
June 26, 2012
David Richardson, a previous All American from Cal Poly, has entered into a contract with the San Jose SaberCats. He will be the team’s new defensive back for the upcoming season. Richardson has had enjoyed a successful career as a professional footballer since he graduated. He ended his collegiate career as the football captain his senior year.
Richardson then moved to Jacksonville to play with the Jaguars as a defensive back on their specials team. He stayed with the Jaguars for (more…)
November 15, 2011
For fans of the Nashville Kats, finding the greatest updates, stories, and learning about the team’s history is a thing which all fans may want to do. If you are looking to learn about how your favorite team got started up, or how the players and team first came to be, there are several places to learn about the history of this great team, and how they became such a huge team for the fans in Nashville. There are several online sites, such as wikipedia, or even the (more…)
November 3, 2011
Andy Kelley was a notable quarterback in the Arena Football League (AFL), which is the highest professional league of indoor American Football. He has played the quarterback position for eight different AFL teams. He began his quarterback career playing for the Charlotte Rage in 1993. His most recent quarterback stint was with the New Orleans Voodoo. However, he only played with the New Orleans Voodoo for one year. The team that he played for the longest was none other than the (more…)
October 22, 2011
The Nashville Kats were an Arena Football League (AFL) team, which operated from 1997 until 2001. Inside the friendly confines of the Gaylord Entertainment Center, now known as Bridgestone Arena, the Kats were successful in reaching two AFL Championship games and being awarded the title of the AFL’s “Organization of the Year” in 1997.
In 2004, after the team lost scope under the ownership of Atlanta businessman, Virgil Williams, the Kats were purchased by Arthur Blank, a successful entrepreneur in his own right, who already had owned the Atlanta Falcons and the co-founder of the (more…)
April 29, 2011
The Nashville Kats were a defunct football team in the Arena Football League, and they were located in the great city of Nashville, Tennessee. Pat Sperduto was the last coach officially on hire with them, and he coached them all way to dual ArenaBowel appearances before the franchise took a shift to Atlanta in 2002. The Nashville Kats were fan favorites in the state of Tennessee, and the move to Georgia was shunned by all. People were saddened that their favorite team was taking off for the East Coast. However, Tennessee still holds a soft spot in their hearts for the (more…)
April 15, 2011
Just like the Phoenix in Egypt, the Nashville Kats arena football team is going to return from the ashes. An open tryout will be held for the Kats and anyone who thinks they’ve got what it takes to play in the fast and furious arena football league will be showing up. There’s plenty of support still out there for the Kats. The old fan base has been waiting on pins and needles for this new startup and there will be a lot of excitement when the season (more…)
March 31, 2011
The Nashville Kats were often looking for a great quarterback. There are a lot of people out there who would have preferred that the Nashville Kats were able to find a quarterback in the mold of a Jay Cutler who played at Vanderbilt University. It was difficult to find someone with the kind of talent that Jay Cutler has in the Arena Football League. Cutler probably spoiled a lot of those Nashville based football fans in his four years at Vanderbilt. Jay Cutler of course went on to play in the NFL with the Denver Broncos and the Chicago Bears. (more…)