J.P. Losman and the Las Vegas Locomotives clinched a berth in the inaugural UFL championship game last night with a 16-10 win over California.
Losman who went 16-29 passing for 199 yards and TD, commented after last night’s game.
“It feels great, it’s a big relief,” Losman said. “I know there was a lot riding on it. Both teams out there battled. We knew coming into this game it was going to be tough. They (California) have gotten much better since the first game of the season. We felt that we’ve been on a roll offensively the last couple of weeks.
“We’ve had 2 of 3 weeks in a row where we’ve felt we have been doing some good things. They did a good job today, we weren’t as sharp as we’d like to be on the offensive side, but, this is the biggest team game in the world, and our defense played an excellent and special teams got us a big turnover at the right time. D was able to stop them at the end of the game.”
Losman and his Locomotive teammates will face the undefeated Florida Tuskers (5-0) coached by former Bills linebacker Jim Haslett on Nov. 27 in Las Vegas.
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