ArenaBowl II

Arena Bowl II
1234 Total
DET 71403 24
CHI 7006 13
Date July 30, 1988
Arena Rosemont Horizon, Rosemont, Illinois

Steve Griffin, WR/DB, Detroit

Attendance 15,018
Winning coach Tim Marcum
Losing coach Perry Moss
TV in the United States
Network ESPN
Announcers Roger Twibell and Steve Raible

Arena Bowl '88 (or Arena Bowl II) was the Arena Football League's second-ever championship game. The game featured the number 2 Detroit Drive (9–3) against the number 1 Chicago Bruisers (10–1–1). With 37 combined points it is the lowest-scoring ArenaBowl in history. Chicago's 13 points are the fewest points by a single team in Arenabowl history.

Game summary

The Drive scored first when Quarterback Rich Ingold on a one-yard touchdown run, while the Brusiers scored with Quarterback Ben Bennett completing a three-yard touchdown pass to WR/DB Mike McDade.

In the second quarter, Detroit took control with FB/LB Walter Holman getting an eight-yard touchdown run, while fellow FB/LB Jim Browne got a two-yard touchdown run.

After a scoreless third quarter, Chicago managed to respond with FB/LB Billy Stone getting a 10-yard touchdown run (with a failed two-point conversion).

Afterwards, the Drive wrapped up its first ArenaBowl title with kicker Novo Bojovic getting a 17-yard field goal.

Scoring summary

1st Quarter

2nd Quarter

4th Quarter

External links

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