CenTex Barracudas

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CenTex Barracudas
Founded 2005
League Intense Football League
Team history Intense 2006-2008
Based in Belton, Texas
Arena Bell County Expo Center
Colors Black, Red, Blue
President Dr. Frederick Barnett
Head coach Chris Duliban
Championships 0
Division titles 0
Dancers Barracudas Babes

The CenTex Barracudas (also known as the Central Texas Barracudas) was a professional indoor football team based out of Belton, Texas. They competed in the Intense Football League. They played their home games at Bell County Expo Center.

They began their history in 2006 as an expansion team in the Intense Football League. They went 8-6 in their first season, but lost in the semifinals to Corpus Christi. In 2007, the team finished 2-12, just avoiding last place. Their 2008 campaign started off shaky, but then the team added former Texas Longhorn quarterback James Brown, who helped lead the Cudas to their second playoff appearance and first playoff win, against Alaska. CenTex then faced Corpus Christi in the semifinal once again, and lost.

After the 2008 season, owner/president Dr. Frederick Barnett sought financial partners to keep the team afloat. Finding none locally based, the team eventually folded.


Season W L T Finish Playoff results
CenTex Barracudas (Intense Football League)
2006 8 6 0 3rd League Lost Semifinal (Corpus Christi)
2007 2 12 0 7th League --
2008 8 6 0 3rd League Won Round 1 (Alaska)
Lost Semifinal (Corpus Christi)
Totals 19 26 0 (including playoffs)

External links

  • Main Site of the CenTex Barracudas

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