2008 Continental Indoor Football League season

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2008 CIFL season
League Continental Indoor Football League
Sport Indoor Football
Regular season
Season champions Rochester Raiders
Season MVP David Gater, KAL
League postseason
Great Lakes champions Kalamazoo Xplosion
  Great Lakes runners-up Rock River Raptors
Alantic champions Saginaw Sting
  Alantic runners-up Lehigh Valley Outlawz
CIFL Championship Game
Finals champions Saginaw Sting
  Runners-up Kalamazoo Xplosion
CIFL Championship Game MVP Nick Body (SAG)
CIFL seasons

The 2008 Continental Indoor Football League season is the league's third overall season. The season began on Friday, March 7, and ended on Sunday, June 29th, with the CIFL Championship Game.

Standings[edit]

Final Standings

Team Overall Division
Wins Losses Percentage Wins Losses Percentage
Great Lakes Conference
East Division
Kalamazoo Xplosion 11 1 0.917 5 1 0.833
Muskegon Thunder 5 7 0.417 2 2 0.500
Fort Wayne Freedom 5 7 0.417 2 4 0.333
Miami Valley Silverbacks 3 9 0.250 1 2 0.333
West Division
Chicago Slaughter 8 4 0.667 3 1 0.750
Rock River Raptors 7 5 0.583 3 1 0.750
Milwaukee Bonecrushers 1 11 0.083 0 4 0.000
Atlantic Conference
East Division
New England Surge 8 3 0.727 5 1 0.833
Lehigh Valley Outlawz 6 5 0.545 4 2 0.667
New Jersey Revolution 3 9 0.250 2 5 0.286
Chesapeake Tide 2 10 0.167 2 5 0.286
West Division
Rochester Raiders 12 0 1.000 4 0 1.000
Saginaw Sting 10 2 0.833 3 1 0.750
Marion Mayhem 7 5 0.583 0 2 0.000
Flint Phantoms 1 11 0.083 0 4 0.000
  • No color is given to Rochester due to their suspension from the league
  • Blue indicates eliminated from playoff contention
  • Green indicates clinched playoff berth
  • Yellow indicates clinched division title
  • Red indicates clinched conference title
  • Gray will indicate clinched conference title and home field advantage throughout playoffs

Continental Bowl Playoffs[edit]

  • Note: The Lehigh Valley/New England Playoff Game was played at Stabler Arena, Lehigh Valley had home field advantage, regardless of New England having a better record
  • Due to Rochester's suspension from the league, Saginaw had a first round home playoff game against Marion
Division Championships Conference Championships CIFL Championship Game
                 
WC2 Muskegon 33
GLD1 Kalamazoo 50
WC1 Rock River 42
GLD1 Kalamazoo 56
WC1 Rock River 54
GLD2 Chicago 39
AW2 Saginaw 41
GLD1 Kalamazoo 37
AE1 New England* 21
AE2 Lehigh Valley* 27
AE2 Lehigh Valley 25
AW2 Saginaw 59
AW3 Marion 34
AW2 Saginaw 41

2008 Award Winners[edit]


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