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Cedar Rapids Titans announce inaugural season schedule

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The newest sports franchise in Eastern Iowa, the Cedar Rapids Titans football team, has announced their inaugural season schedule.

The Titans, members of the Indoor Football League, will open the 2012 season with a home game at the Cedar Rapids Ice Arena on March 3 against the Lehigh Valley Steelhawks.

The home schedule also includes games against the Chicago Slaughter, who is coached by former Chicago Bear Steve McMichael, the Green Bay Blizzard, Omaha Beef, Reading Express, Bloomington Extreme and Nebraska Danger.  All home games are scheduled for a 7:00 p.m. kick-off.

The road schedule includes a trip to Sioux Falls to take on the 2011 United Bowl champion Storm.  It also includes trips to Green Bay, Lehigh Valley, Reading, Chicago, Omaha and Bloomington.

The schedule also includes bye weeks in weeks one, four and fourteen.

The Titans will play the inaugural season at the Cedar Rapids Ice Arena and plan to move to the U.S. Cellular Center in 2013 when the renovations are complete. 

For more information, visit www.cedarrapidstitans.com.

Week        Date              Opponent             Kickoff

   1                                     BYE

   2        March 3rd          Lehigh Valley        7:00pm

   3        March 12th       @ Green Bay

   4                                     BYE

   5        March 23rd         Chicago               7:00pm

   6          April 1st          @ Sioux Falls

   7          April 7th            Green Bay           7:00pm

   8          April 14th       @ Lehigh Valley

   9           April 21st            Omaha             7:00pm

  10          April 28th          @ Reading

  11          May 5th            @ Chicago

  12          May 12th             Reading          7:00pm

  13          May 18th           Bloomington      7:00pm

  14                                         BYE

  15           June 1st             @ Omaha

  16           June 9th          @ Bloomington

  17           June 16th             Nebraska       7:00pm

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