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played the 1990 through 1993 seasons with the Albany Firebirds.
played with the Chicago Bruisers of the Arena Football League in 1988, after going undrafted.
played both wide receiver and defensive back in the ironman league. Thonn's play helped the Bruisers reach ArenaBowl II, where they lost to the Detroit Drive.
The genus "Thonningia" of parasitic plants was named after him by Martin Vahl. This botanist is denoted by the author abbreviation
. when citing a botanical name.
(pronounced TUN) is the current offensive coordinator of the Washington Valor of the Arena Football League (AFL). He was previously was a head coach in the AFL for the Houston Thunderbears, Grand Rapids Rampage and Cleveland Gladiators.
is also a former AFL player. He played WR/DB for the Chicago Bruisers (1988) and the Albany Firebirds (1990–1993). He was the offensive coordinator of the Georgia Force from 2004 to 2007 before being hired as the Rampage head coach.
The Cleveland Gladiators season was the 14th season for the franchise in the Arena Football League, and the fifth while in Cleveland. The team was coached by Steve
and played their home games at the Quicken Loans Arena.
The Cleveland Gladiators season was the 17th season for the franchise in the Arena Football League, and their seventh while in Cleveland. The team was coached by Steve
and played their home games at Quicken Loans Arena.
attended Wheaton College and was a student and a letterman in football, basketball, and baseball. In football, he was named as a Division III All-America selection as a senior.
The Cleveland Gladiators season was the 16th season for the franchise in the Arena Football League, and their sixth while in Cleveland. The team was coached by Steve
and played their home games at Quicken Loans Arena. The Gladiators finished with a 8-10 record after going the previous year 17-1, but qualified for the playoffs again.
In this period, Allied Arts also advocated for the creation of the Seattle Design Commission that now guides municipal architecture. Other prominent Allied Arts leaders in this period were "secretary" and manager Alice Rooney, Jerry
, Peggy Golberg, Lew Pritchard, Alf Collins, and Rae Tufts.
The Cleveland Gladiators season was the 11th season for the franchise in the Arena Football League, and the second while in Cleveland. The team was coached by Steve
and played their home games at Quicken Loans Arena. The Gladiators missed out on the playoffs by finishing 5th in the National Conference with a 7–9 record.
was hired by the Cleveland Gladiators on December 22, 2009 as their new head coach in time for the franchise to restart in the resurrected Arena Football League. His contract was not renewed at the end of the 2016 season.
He was given the Order of the Dannebrog shortly before he - as the first Dane - completed his circumnavigation. The marine green alga "Urospora wormskioldii" (Mart in Honem.) Rosenv., the flowering plant genus "Wormskioldia"
. (Turneraceae) and several other species are named for him, e.g. Trifolium wormskioldii and Veronica wormskjoldii.
The Grand Rapids Rampage was an arena football team based in Grand Rapids, Michigan. The team began play in 1998 in the Arena Football League as an expansion team. They were last coached by Steve
. Their home arena was the Van Andel Arena.
The Cleveland Gladiators season was the 15th season for the franchise in the Arena Football League, and their fifth while in Cleveland. The team was coached by Steve
and plays their home games at Quicken Loans Arena. By finishing the regular season with a 17–1 record, the Gladiators set a league record for wins in a single season (this record was tied one year later by the San Jose SaberCats).
The Cleveland Gladiators season was the twelfth season for the franchise in the Arena Football League and the third while in Cleveland. The team was coached by Steve
and played their home games at Quicken Loans Arena. The Gladiators finished the regular season 10–8, and qualified for the playoffs as the 2nd seed in the American Conference. They lost to the Georgia Force in the conference semifinals, 41–50.
The Cleveland Gladiators season was the 13th season for the franchise in the Arena Football League, and the fourth while in Cleveland. The team was coached by Steve
and played their home games at Quicken Loans Arena. The Gladiators finished the season with an 8–10 record and did not qualify for the playoffs. In this season, the Gladiators became the first team in the history of the league to forfeit a game. They did so on June 8 when the players went on strike prior to a matchup against the Pittsburgh Power in week 14.
In 2004, Kubiak signed with the Detroit Fury on February 6. However, he was placed on Injured Reserve on February 9, after having surgery in January for a cervical disk herniation between the C-6 and C-7 vertebrae in the base of his neck. In 2005 he signed with the Georgia Force, on the first day of the AFL's free agency signing period, where he rejoined former teammates and coaches from Dallas, Offensive coordinator Steve
, WR/LB Dialleo Burks and WR/DB Luke Leverson. However, Kubiak injured his knee during Week 5, and missed the rest of the season.
On 5 January 1979 a "Committee for a Neutral and Peaceful Cambodia" ("Comité pour un Cambodge Neutre et Indépendent, CCNI") was established in Paris composed of Son Sann (a leading Cambodian neutralist, ex-President of the National Bank of Cambodia, and Prime Minister from 1967 to 1968), Sim Var, Yem Sambaur, Hhiek Tioulong, Nong Kimmy,
Ouk and Chai Thoul. It issued a six-point declaration condemning the Khmer Rouge and the "North Vietnamese Aggression", urged adherence to the 1954 Geneva Accords and 1973 Paris Peace Conference proposals, demanded an immediate ceasefire in Cambodia, and the establishment of a democratically elected government to be established following a referendum.
The Gladiators returned in 2011 with Steve
once again serving as head coach. John Dutton also returned as the team's starting quarterback. The Gladiators started their 2011 campaign successfully, upsetting the Spokane Shock, the defending ArenaBowl Champions, at their own arena. However, this victory was marred by an Achilles' heel injury to John Dutton in the final minutes, which would ultimately sideline him for the season. Fortunately, the team's backup quarterback Kurt Rocco performed well in his first Arena football start as the Gladiators 3-0. In their home opener, wide receiver Troy Bergeron set a Gladiator franchise record with six touchdown catches during the game. Unfortunately, the Gladiators were not able to post their best start in franchise history, losing the next two weeks. Injuries to Rocco during midseason led to third-string quarterback and Cleveland-area Case Western University alum Dan Whalen mounting second half comebacks. However, Rocco would eventually retake the starting position for the rest of the season.
The National Conference Championship would be the Gladiators' last game for almost two years. The Arena Football League canceled its 2009 season and it seemed that operations would be suspended indefinitely. However, the league reorganized as Arena Football 1 before purchasing the assets of the Arena Football League, therefore assuming the AFL's history, and the Gladiators were revived for the 2010 season, with owner Jim Ferraro and Bernie Kosar returning as team president and Quicken Loans Arena continuing to act as the team's home field. On December 23, 2009, former Grand Rapids Rampage coach Steve
was named as new head coach of the Gladiators. Soon after, Arena Football 1 decided to re-adopt the Arena Football League name.
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