Super Bowl 1
Perhaps the most highly anticipated event in PFL history, the first ever super bowl was played on December 21st, 2001. Located in Mr. Gearin's BE-12 business class, Josh Amiss and Tim Osgood took on the table to see who was the best PFL player. Each athlete had a tie record coming into the game. With a record crowd of about 26 spectators, this event was a good one. Tim Osgood won 107-94.
Clash of the Leagues
Probably known as the cheapest event ever, this "tournament" only had one game due to no-shows. It was played on February 15th, 2002 in BE-11. A cheap imitation league, the XPFL (extreme paper football league) challeneged the elite atheletes of the PFL of a match to see who had the best league. For the match-ups, Tim Osgood faced off against XPFL world champ Greg Habib and won 113-88. Josh was to face off against the best XPFL female player in a "match of genders" but she never showed up. Winner took rights to the other league and since the PFL won, the XPFL no longer exsists.
This tournament was the PFL's first real tournament. 16 players participated in this event held daily for about three weeks in Gearin's BE-12 stadium. A sophisticated bracket system was used and proved successful. From this tournament arose a new champion, international rookie sensation Mehmet Hergunsel. Pictures of the bracket and winners are viewable on the Results page.
April Anarchy Final Re-Match
Mehmet Hergunsel decided to defend his title only 17 days later on April 29th to a re-match against runner-up Josh Amiss. Again taking place in BE-12, Josh won his first World Championship beating Mehmet 91-73.
Super Bowl 2
This event took place June 18th, 2002. To settle the dispute once and for all, Josh and Tim were again the opponents to see who was the best ever. With only a crowd of only 4, this event was a huge success. It was documented and video-taped with pre-game interviews, speeches, and locker room views. This game will be known as the closet and best finish ever, with Josh winning in a 158-156 nailbiter. Not only was it the best game ever, it was the highest scoring game.
1st Summer Game
To start of the summer, Tim and Josh met again to exchange flicks on July 6th, 2002. In Tim's cellar, the PFL introduced its new "Smart Field". This field, or table, was painted in each endzone and littered with sponsors. New lines and new designs. It was the beginning of a new era. In this game, Josh's relentless offense never missed a beat as Josh ushered himself to a 105-70 win.
"3 Scrimmages in 2 Days" Tournament
Inspired by the 3 scrimmages in 2 days that the Methuen football Rangers played, this tournament introduced to the world 4 new rookies. Bob Berube, Derrick Marsan, Nick Reusch, and Joe Thompson. Held at Berube's house on August 28th, 2002, there was a record low attendance level of 0. Although the rookies showed some good things, Josh Amiss showed why he is the best in the league, beating rookie surprise Bob Berube 90-28 in the final game. To see the full tournament bracket, please see the Results page.
PFL All-Star Game
Co-Commissioner Josh Amiss thought of this event while sitting in class one day. The idea was brought to Tim Osgood and the game was agreed and approved. In this game two players were selected from the NPFC and the APFC to represent their conference in an all-star game. This game, featuring Tim Osgood and Bob Berube (NPFC) versus Josh Amiss and Nick Reusch (APFC), is 10 minutes long. Two players would play for five minutes then the others would finish of the other five minutes. This game was a disapointed because it lacked competition. The APFC destroyed the NPFC all-stars by a large margin and attendance was low. Go the news page for an article on this event.
Super Bowl 3
Held on June 13th, 2003, this super bowl will be the last one the PFL will see for awhile. With the super bowl series tied 1-1, whoever wins this would win the Larry P. Klimas Memorial Trophy. This was for all the beans and Josh Amiss showed up to play. Held in the historic Gearin Arena, Josh remained champion and kept his crown, winning 98-58 against a poor playing Tim Osgood.