The San Diego Blitzkrieg are a Grid-Iron football team founded in season 1.
the years, the Blitz have been an increasingly strong competitor:
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Record under current management was 7 - 1 (+91 pts).
In Season 4 of Grid-Iron, the Blitz played in III.7 and despite losing an early game to the Western Winner, completed the balance of the season without a defeat to edge out Western on point differential. They finished with a 17-1 record and will promote to II.3. In the cup, they advanced to round 5, before losing to the defending champion, the Reservior Docs. Quarterback Morris Logsdon was named the offensive MVP with over 4000 passing yards in 11 league game. Defensive tackle Travis Lawhorn was named the defensive MVP with 81 tackles in 14 games. The Blitz also managed to capture their 53rd flag, which included traveling to U.A.E, Singapore and Estonia this season.
In Season 3 of Grid-Iron, the Blitz played in III.7, their first truly competitive league. They finished third with a 14-4 record, missing out only on second by point differential. In the cup, they only advanced to round 4, before losing to the final four team the Defiance Bulldogs. Quarterback Morris Logsdon was named the offensive MVP and defensive end Ross Blackstock was named the defensive MVP. The Blitz also managed to capture its 46th flag by visiting Japan at the end of the season.
In their first full season of Grid-Iron, the San Diego Blitzkrieg finished 1st in USA IV.21 with a perfect 18-0 record and were promoted to USA III.7. Veteran quarterback Noble Fisher was replaced by the young, but talented Morris Logsdon. Running back Josef Arceneaux was named the offensive MVP with over 3600 yards rushing, 60 touchdowns and an 11.8 yards per carry average. Defensive end Geraldo Shi was named the defensive MVP as he dominated his end of the line of scrimmage. In the cup, the Blitz advanced to round 5, before losing to the Xtreme.
In the inaugural season of Grid-Iron, the San Diego Blitzkrieg finished 2nd in USA IV.21 with a 15-3 record and would return to the league the next season. Halfback Lamont Ortega was named the offensive MVP with over 1000 yards rushing, 10 touchdowns and a 5.3 yards per carry average. On defense, linebacker Wayne DeSpain and defensive tackle Travis Lawhorn were named defensive MVPs.