Uncategorized SoCal Coyotes Drop Championship 17-0 Posted on April 15, 2013 0 Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr (LAS VEGAS) — Call it the Run ‘n’ Shoot yourself in the foot. The Coyotes held the Trojans to 17 points — their lowest scoring output of the long 2013 season — and drove the football up and down the field. But three dropped touchdowns — and another 41-yard score where the receiver was ruled out of bounds — cost the team a chance at back-to-back titles. “There were no surprises,” said receiver Josh “The Flyin’ Hawaiian’ Asuncion. “We were totally prepared. But we know that four or five plays in every game make the difference. They made those four plays. We didn’t. And that’s the game.” The Coyotes immediately set their sets on their upcoming 2013 inaugural fall season in the vaunted Southern California Football Alliance, where the team will play in the UFAL Eastern Division. The team finished the 2013 season 10-3, and is 19-5 over two spring seasons.