Atlanta Legends takes the first game to Spurrier, Orlando

Atlanta Legends lost their first game in the American Football League on Saturday.

The Legends lost at Orlando 40-6.

The Apollos are being trained by the old legend of the college Steve Spurrier.

The Legends made the first score in the history of the series. On the first drive, Caper Younghoe Koo played a 15-play play, 62-garden with a 38-yard goal goal for a 3-0 lead.

In the second quarter, released the Apollos na Legends by 19.

"Overall, our effort has tried, but we did not succeed as we were supposed," said coach Legends, Kevin Coyle. "That's what hurts. We need to find out how to get it right next week."

The Legends took 224 full rods (80 rushing and 144 going) with 4-in-13 on the third wing. Quarterback Matt Simms started and finished 15-in-28 at 126 yards and 2 mediation.

Simms started with four finishes just on his first drive. He was associated with the receivers of Seantavius ​​Jones and Bug Howard in the early quarter.

Jones na Legends won 3 catches and 43 yards. Howard was arrested for 34 yards. Running back Folston Gateway was 12 serviced for 32 yards.

Stingy's defense defended the Legends against Apollos. Linebacker Terence Garvin entered Simms twice and sealed the game with a 51-hour intervention return in the fourth quarter. Garvin 11 successfully tackled 2 passports.

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