2012 Las Vegas Locomotives season
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|2012 Las Vegas Locomotives season|
|Head coach||Jim Fassel|
|General manager||Jim Fassel|
|Home field||Sam Boyd Stadium|
For 2012, the Locomotives opened negotiations with both Sam Boyd Stadium, the team's home for its entire existence to date, and Cashman Field, a smaller baseball venue within the Las Vegas city limits. In the end, the Locos management elected to remain at Sam Boyd for the first two games of the season; the league suspended operations before the other two games could be played.
All 2012 Las Vegas Locomotives games (along with all other 2012 UFL games) were broadcast live nationally on CBS Sports Network. Unlike 2010 and 2011, there was no radio or Internet broadcast.
Head coach Jim Fassel returned for his fourth season with the Locomotives, which makes him the longest-tenured coach in UFL history; all three of the other original UFL coaches have since left the league.
|2012 Las Vegas Locomotives staff|
Strength and Conditioning
|2012 Las Vegas Locomotives roster|
All games were broadcast nationally on CBS Sports Network.
|Final score||Team record|
|1||Wednesday, September 26||6:00 p.m.||Virginia Destroyers||W 19–6||1–0||Sam Boyd Stadium||2500|
|2||Wednesday, October 3||6:00 p.m.||Omaha Nighthawks||W 41–6||2–0||Sam Boyd Stadium||601|
|3||Wednesday, October 10||6:00 p.m.||at Sacramento Mountain Lions||W 20–9||3–0||Raley Field|
|4||Wednesday, October 17||7:00 p.m.||at Omaha Nighthawks||W 38–26||4–0||TD Ameritrade Park|
|5||Thursday, October 25||3:00 p.m.||at Virginia Destroyers||Virginia Beach Sportsplex|
|6||Wednesday, October 31||6:00 p.m.||Omaha Nighthawks||Sam Boyd Stadium|
|7||Wednesday, November 7||6:00 p.m.||at Sacramento Mountain Lions||Raley Field|
|8||Wednesday, November 14||6:00 p.m.||Sacramento Mountain Lions||Sam Boyd Stadium|
|All times are Pacific Time.|
|United Football League|
|Las Vegas Locomotives||4||0||0||1.000||118||47||W4|
|Sacramento Mountain Lions||1||3||0||.250||78||98||W1|
- Forster, Chad (August 1, 2012). The Las Vegas Locos to return for a 4th season. KXNT. Retrieved August 21, 2012.