Uncategorized Coyotes, Thunder in Playoff Rematch Posted on November 9, 2013 0 Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr (PALM SPRINGS) — The 7-3 SoCal Coyotes — champions of the UFAL Eastern Division of the Southern California Football Alliance — earned the fifth seed in postseason play and will travel to San Diego to face the Thunder this Saturday night. The Coyotes earned AAA legitimacy with one of the most significant schedules in the country. The Coyotes were unbeaten in UFAL play, and beat the previous champion California Raiders 36-33 on the road in head-to-head play. Commissioner Dwaine Radden conceded the UFAL Eastern Division title on a conference call Sunday night with three different Coyote officials, followed by a consortium of SCFA team presidents. Represented were the Inglewood Blackhawks, the North County Cobras, and the California Tide. The Coyotes were the only team in the SCFA to play seven of the eight playoff teams in the regular season, and six of the top LCFL teams. All five Coyote road games were against current playoff teams, including four Top 10 nationally ranked teams. The Coyotes have already beaten four of the current eight SCFA playoff teams. The two-time champion Coyotes are 27-7 over three seasons of play, and were 2012 Pac West Champions.