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2013 North American Spring Football League season
Regular season
Duration March 6 - June 30, 2013
Playoffs
Start date July 6, 2013
East Champions Atlanta Wolves
West Champions Dallas Dynamite
Milo Trophy Champions Seattle Tigers
Elite Bowl 39
Date July 28, 2013
Site Norfolk Stadium, Norfolk, Virginia
Champions Atlanta Wolves
All Star Game
Date May 5, 2013
Site Norfolk Stadium, Norfolk, Virginia
NASFL seasons
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The 2013 NASFL season was the 39th season in the history of the North American Spring Football League (NASFL). The season began on Wednesday, March 6, 2013, with the annual kickoff game featuring the defending Elite Bowl 38 champion Pittsburgh Condors hosting the Philadelphia Power, which resulted with the Power winning 42-21. In the regular season, the Seattle Tigers finished with the best record and won the Milo Trophy. The season concluded with Elite Bowl 39, the league's championship game, on Sunday, July 28, 2013, at Norfolk Stadium in Norfolk, Virginia, with the Atlanta Wolves defeating the Dallas Dynamite 27-10.

Regular Season Edit

The 2013 regular season featured 160 games played out over a seventeen-week schedule which began on March 6, 2013. Each of the league's 20 teams played a 16-game schedule with one bye week during the All-Star game. The slate featured 14 Wednesday Night Games including the Kickoff Game. The regular season concluded with a full slate of 16 games on Sunday, June 30, 2013.

Southeast Divison
Team W L PCT DIV CONF
(1) Atlanta Wolves 12 4 .750 7-1 11-1
(4) Alabama Shock 9 7 .562 4–4 7-5
Washington Crows 8 8 .500 3-5 6-6
Miami Manatees 7 9 .438 5-3 4-8
Virginia Generals 3 13 .187 2-6 2-10
Atlantic Divison
Team W L PCT DIV CONF
(2) Philadelphia Power 12 4 .750 6-2 9–3
(3) New York Kings 11 5 .687 4-4 7-5
Baltimore Stallions 9 7 .625 4-4 6–6
Boston Pirates 7 9 .438 2-6 4–8
Pittsburgh Condors 5 11 .312 2-6 4-8
Central Division
Team W L PCT DIV CONF
(2) Dallas Dynamite 10 6 .625 7-1 7-5
Kansas City Hogs 10 6 .625 4-4 8-4
Lincoln Pioneers 6 10 .375 6-2 5-7
Chicago Fire 6 10 .375 3-5 5-7
Denver Blue Jays 2 14 .125 0-8 1-11
Pacific Division
Team W L PCT DIV CONF
(1) Seattle Tigers 12 4 .750 6-2 7-5
(3) Oakland Tropics 10 6 .500 5-3 8-4
(4) Los Angeles Blast 10 6 .500 4–4 5-7
Oregon Warriors 6 10 .375 3-5 4-8
Phoenix Destiny 6 10 .312 2-6 4-8

2013 NASFL Playoffs Edit

Eastern Conference

4-Alabama 14 1-Atlanta 15

2-Philadelphia 19 1-Atlanta 22

3-New York 17 2-Philadelphia 22

E1-Atlanta 27 W1-Dallas 10

Western Conference

4-Los Angeles 23 1-Seattle 7

4-Los Angeles 21 2-Dallas 24

3-Oakland 13 2-Dallas 34

Coaching Changes Edit

Team Coach
Chicago Fire Hired new head coach Allen Clark (From Farm System)
Los Angeles Blast Hired new head coach Chris Kelly (Offensive Coordinator)

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