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Shock remains second in latest af2 coaches poll

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CHICAGO - Despite an impressive win over the Stockton Lightning last weekend, the Spokane Shock remains in second place in the latest af2 Coaches Poll.

The Shock, which beat the Lightning 51-35 in Week 1, received 6 first-place votes.  The Florida Firecats easily defeated the Oklahoma City Yard Dawgz 55-22 and earned 19 first-place votes to stay atop the poll.

The Quad City Steamrollers, scheduled to play in Spokane on Saturday, moved into the third spot with a convincing road win over the Cincinnati Jungle Kats 81-21.  The Tulsa Talons, despite beating Everett 61-30 dropped to fourth place.

The expansion Boise Burn and Fort Wayne Fusion, who both earned impressive Week 1 wins, worked their way into the top 10 this week as well.

Week 2:



1 Florida
2 Spokane
3 Quad City
4 Tulsa
5 WB/Scranton
6 Bakersfield
7 South Georgia
8 Central Valley
9 Boise
10 Fort Wayne
11 Manchester
12 Mah. Valley
13 Tenn. Valley
13 Arkansas
15 Bossier-Shrev.
16 Lousiville