The Johnstown Generals were an inaugural UIFL team for the 2011 season. Indoor football veteran David Dinks quarterbacked the team to start the year, throwing for 567 yards, 14 touchdowns and four interceptions. He gave way to Tavares Woodley, who led the Generals to quite a turnaround. Woodley threw for 942 yards, 20 touchdowns and 11 interceptions. Antoine Bagwell led the team in receiving, with 660 yards and 18 scores. On defense, DeQwan Young picked 16 passes, returning two for touchdowns. However, the Generals were outyardaged by their opponents by almost 1,200 yards. The Generals began the year winning one of their first seven. However, a 23 yard field goal as time expired against Huntington sparked the Generals on their way to winning five of their final seven games. Going int othe final week of the season, the Generals were alive for a playoff berth and defeated Canton, 45-12. However, Saginaw was unable to beat Huntington, which left the 6-8 Generals on the outside looking in. Johnstown's end-of-year run included a 58-20 drubbing of the second place Saginaw Sting. The team returned in 2012, quarterbacked by Andre Coles, who threw for 882 yards, 13 scores and 14 picks. No wide receivers caught more than six touchdowns or over 300 yards. The team folded mid-way through the season, but still managed to fill a few home dates. The team's two wins came agsinst the replacement Western PA Sting and against the Erie Explosion.