In the 2017 Champions Indoor Football season, the Texas Revolution won their first Champions Bowl in Franchise history. To celebrate their victory, here are the top five Texas Revolution games of 2017.
Top Five Texas Revolution Games of 2017
No. 5 March 18, 2017: Texas Revolution at CenTex Cavalry (Regular season)
Texas Revolution 69, CenTex Cavalry 21
In the Revolution’s first game of the season, they faced a new team in the CenText Cavalry. The Revs defeated the Cavalry 69-21. This first win was the first of many in their championship run.
No. 4 April 22, 2017: Texas Revolution at Dallas Marshals (Regular season)
Dallas Marshals 73, Texas Revolution 58
In this meeting between the Revolution and the Marshals was the first game that Chris Dixon played in. Dixon played in the IFL where he won six championships.
When he signed with the Revolution, he showed that being retired for two years, he still has it, even though the team lost.
No. 3 April 30, 2017: Amarillo Venom at Texas Revolution (Regular season)
Texas Revolution 98, Amarillo Venom 97
When it comes to Amarillo Venom vs. Texas, these two teams from the Lone Star State really don’t like each other.
So, on the indoor gridiron, they settled the score and at the same time made history in all levels of Indoor Football.
The Texas Revolution won the game, and these two teams scored a total of 139 points. That is the most points in indoor football history.
No. 2 June 19, 2017: Texas Revolution at Amarillo Venom (Conf. Championship)
Texas Revolution 77, Amarillo Venom 71
For the right to play in the Champions Bowl, the Revolution and the Venom squared off in the South Conference Championship game.
It was a back and forth showdown for the majority of the game, but in the final, seconds the Venom almost pulled off the upset.
Then, thanks to a stop from the Revolution defense, the Revs ended the Amarillo’s season.
No. 1 June 23, 2017: Omaha Beef at Texas Revolution (Champions Bowl)
Texas Revolution 59, Omaha Beef 49
Coming in at number one must be the Champions Bowl game between the Omaha Beef of the North Conference traveling to Allen, Texas to take on the Texas Revolution.
For the Revolution, it’s their second Champions Bowl appearance and first in front of their home crowd. Early on, their defense paved the way and helped the team win their first title in the CIF.