The 2009 Florida Tuskers season was the first season for the Florida Tuskers. In the UFL's Premiere Season, the Tuskers put together a league-best, undefeated 6–0 record. In the championship game however, they lost to the Las Vegas Locomotives in overtime. The Tuskers played three home games in the six game regular season. Two games were played at the Citrus Bowl in Orlando, and one was played at Tropicana Field in St. Petersburg. Following the conclusion of the season, quarterback Brooks Bollinger was named season MVP, and head coach Jim Haslett was given the Coach of the Year award.

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  • La temporada 2009 de Florida Tuskers fue la primera que participó en la United Football League. El equipo finalizó en la primera posición en temporada regular con una marca de 6-0, perdieron el Championship Game ante Las Vegas Locomotives en tiempo extra. Jugó tres partidos de local durante la temporada regular, 2 fueron en el Citrus Bowl en Orlando, Florida y el otro lo jugó en el Tropicana Field en San Petersburgo, Florida. El quaterback Brooks Bollinger fue nombrado MVP (Jugador Mas Valioso) de la temporada, y Jim Haslett recibió el premio de Coach of the Year (Entrenador del Año). (es)
  • The 2009 Florida Tuskers season was the first season for the Florida Tuskers. In the UFL's Premiere Season, the Tuskers put together a league-best, undefeated 6–0 record. In the championship game however, they lost to the Las Vegas Locomotives in overtime. The Tuskers played three home games in the six game regular season. Two games were played at the Citrus Bowl in Orlando, and one was played at Tropicana Field in St. Petersburg. Following the conclusion of the season, quarterback Brooks Bollinger was named season MVP, and head coach Jim Haslett was given the Coach of the Year award. (en)
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  • *Defensive Line – Carl Hairston *Linebackers – Chuck Bresnahan *Secondary – Bill Bradley
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  • *Owner – Stuart Sternberg *Vice President/General Manager – Rick Mueller *Director of Football Operations – Ricky Porter
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  • *Offensive Coordinator – Jay Gruden *Running Backs – Ricky Porter *Wide Receivers – Ike Hilliard *Wide Receivers/Quality Control – Sean McVay *Special Teams/Tight Ends – Al Roberts *Offensive Line – Bill Laveroni
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  • Randy Christal
  • Dave Cutaia
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  • Sentinels
  • Locomotives
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  • ;2nd quarter *FL – Marcus Maxwell 9-yard pass from Brooks Bollinger , 11:54 *LV – Tab Perry 60-yard pass from J. P. Losman , 5:11 *LV – DeDe Dorsey 22-yard run , 2:46 ;3rd quarter *FL – Marcus Maxwell 46-yard pass from Brooks Bollinger , 12:04 *LV – Graham Gano 40-yard field goal, 9:01 *FL – Matt Bryant 31-yard field goal, 4:51 ;4th quarter *FL – Tatum Bell 1-yard run , 8:10 *LV – John Madsen 2-yard pass from J. P. Losman , 7:01 *FL – Matt Bryant 40-yard field goal, 4:38
  • ;1st quarter *NY – Craphonso Thorpe 11-yard pass from Quinn Gray , 12:52 ;2nd quarter *NY – Piotr Czech 32-yard field goal, 15:00 *FL – Frank Murphy 9-yard pass from Brooks Bollinger , 3:54 *FL – Taye Biddle 35-yard pass from Brooks Bollinger , 2:52 *NY – Piotr Czech 42-yard field goal, 0:13 ;3rd quarter *FL – Chas Gessner 16-yard pass from Brooks Bollinger , 9:58 *FL – Ryan Neufeld 1-yard pass from Brooks Bollinger , 6:30 ;4th quarter *FL – Tatum Bell 1-yard run , 11:55
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  • ;Passing *LV – J. P. Losman – 19/31, 252 yards, 2 TD, 1 INT *FL – Brooks Bollinger – 22/35, 323 yards, 2 TD, 1 INT ;Rushing *LV – DeDe Dorsey – 12 att, 139 yards, 1 TD *FL – Tatum Bell – 20 att, 65 yards, 1 TD ;Receiving *LV – Tab Perry – 3 rec, 96 yards, 1 TD *FL – Jayson Foster – 4 rec, 93 yards
  • ;Passing *NY – Quinn Gray – 12/29, 161 yards, 1 TD, 1 INT *FL – Brooks Bollinger – 20/26, 225 yards, 4 TD, 1 INT ;Rushing *NY – LaBrandon Toefield – 10 att, 34 yards *FL – Tatum Bell – 15 att, 70 yards, 1 TD ;Receiving *NY – Craphonso Thorpe – 4 rec, 77 yards, 1 TD *FL – Chas Gessner – 4 rec, 59 yards, 1 TD
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  • La temporada 2009 de Florida Tuskers fue la primera que participó en la United Football League. El equipo finalizó en la primera posición en temporada regular con una marca de 6-0, perdieron el Championship Game ante Las Vegas Locomotives en tiempo extra. Jugó tres partidos de local durante la temporada regular, 2 fueron en el Citrus Bowl en Orlando, Florida y el otro lo jugó en el Tropicana Field en San Petersburgo, Florida. El quaterback Brooks Bollinger fue nombrado MVP (Jugador Mas Valioso) de la temporada, y Jim Haslett recibió el premio de Coach of the Year (Entrenador del Año). (es)
  • The 2009 Florida Tuskers season was the first season for the Florida Tuskers. In the UFL's Premiere Season, the Tuskers put together a league-best, undefeated 6–0 record. In the championship game however, they lost to the Las Vegas Locomotives in overtime. The Tuskers played three home games in the six game regular season. Two games were played at the Citrus Bowl in Orlando, and one was played at Tropicana Field in St. Petersburg. Following the conclusion of the season, quarterback Brooks Bollinger was named season MVP, and head coach Jim Haslett was given the Coach of the Year award. (en)
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