The AAF (Alliance of American Football) made their debut last night at the Alamodome in San Antonio, Texas and luckily, we here at Pub Sports Radio were given the pleasure to cover the game. The atmosphere was amazing, the city of San Antonio wanted to see good football and thanks to Charlie Ebersol and Bill Polian, founders of the AAF, that is what they got. This was not a sideshow attraction, this league prides itself on having the highest level of competitive football and on Saturday night that was witnessed. The pace of the game was great, who knew fans wanted to watch the action on the field moreso than the referees as flags were tucked away rather than being thrown for every minor infraction. The talent is definitely there, Logan Woodside and Mekale McKay seemed to definitely have a good rapport out on the field and that defensive line was hungry all night to get to the quarterback. Things seemed to get slightly dicey late in the game as the Fleet were driving to cut into the lead but like they did all night, the Commanders got a critical stop when they needed it and held on for the 15-6 victory. Following the game, fans were asking for autographs from players and pictures with Mr. Ebersol and they all happily obliged because the fans packed the stadium. With an announced attendance of 27,857 people and just the overall buzz of the city, this had to be a victory for not only the AAF but city of San Antonio as well.