Shock Resting During Bye Week

SPOKANE — The Spokane Shock have a much needed week off.

That gives him time to heal some bumps and bruises, and savor the win Saturday night that wrapped up the divisional crown.

The Shock used a 34-yard field goal from Brian Jackson on the last play of the game, to beat Central Valley, and wrap up the divisional crown. One guy happy to see that Jackson got the chance to win it, was head coach Adam Shackleford.

“He’s a very selfless player. He comes every day, spots the ball, does things that normal people wouldn’t do, you know,” head coach Adam Shackleford said. “He gets water for the guys when he’s not kicking, he does all those little things. He’s a big part of this football team. He’s not an outcast like a lot of kickers are.”

After this weekend bye week, the Shock’s final road game is in Stockton, before they wrap up the season with two home games. If they win those final three, the Shock would play every playoff game at home, including the championship game, as long as they keep winning.