It’s a cross-state trip for the Philadelphia Soul as they follow the turnpike west to visit the Pittsburgh Power Friday night in Arena Football League action. Philadelphia is looking to get off to a 2-0 start.
On Saturday, at the Eagles’ NovaCare complex in South Philadelphia, the Soul will hold an open player tryout.
Plank replaces Mike Hohensee, who resigned at the end of the 2010 season (6-12).
He replaces Mike Hohensee, who resigned at the end of this past season — a season that saw Philadelphia go 6-12.
The Philadelphia Soul are set to close the curtain Friday night on their 2011 Arena Football League season as they host the Pittsburgh Power at the Wells Fargo Center.
The Soul are coming off a 48-42 loss to Tulsa in which starting Soul quarterback Brandon Kirsch was yanked after a three-interception first half.
The Philadelphia Soul, 5-8, are home tonight, hosting the Tulsa Talons, 5-7. Brandon Kirsch will take over for Ryan Vena under center.
The Soul is now sitting at 5-7 on the season, 2½ games behind first-place Pittsburgh in the Eastern Division.
Soul head coach Mike Hohensee is looking forward to playing more games in South Philadelphia, but he adds that they need to turn things around — stat!
It was a rare sight today — pro football on the streets of Center City, in the middle of a workday.
The Philadelphia Soul, the city’s Arena Football team, is hosting a most unusual practice tomorrow afternoon, and they hope you show up.
For the first time since July 2008, the Philadelphia Soul will play a home game tonight, hosting the Tampa Bay Storm.
Former Philadelphia Eagles quarterback and current majority owner of the Philadelphia Soul Ron Jaworski was on with Angelo Cataldi and the Morning Team on Monday morning.
Football players from all over the region converged on the Novacare Center in South Philadelphia Saturday for round two of open tryouts for the Soul.