Unbeaten Kaos ready to play after extended inactive period
The Kansas Kaos remains 7-0 and atop their division in the NAFL, but they have not played a game in nearly a month due to the Kansas City Jazz folding.
The Kaos were scheduled to have a home-and-home series with the Jazz following the August 23 bye week.
"It is unfortunate that the Jazz folded because it has left us with a serious hole in our schedule," Kaos coach Kip VanHoose said.
The Kaos have dropped from the No. 6 rated team in the country to the No. 21 rated team due to the inactivity.
They have two scheduled games remaining: September 20 at the Iowa Lightning, and Sept. 27 at the Kansas City Panthers - both teams the Kaos has defeated once this season. The Lightning are ranked as the No. 17 team in the country even though they have suffered a loss at the hands of the undefeated Kaos.
After the scheduled games are completed, the NAFL playoffs will begin.
"I am not sure if we will host a playoff game," VanHoose said. "We are 7-0, but one of our wins is a forfeit, so we are in a wait and see mode."
The Kaos last played Aug. 9, when they handed the Lightning a 40-23 loss in Bonner Springs. They next play Sept. 20, against the Lightning.
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