HARRISBURG -- The former majority owner of the Harrisburg Stampede has found a new home in American Indoor Football -- Ranson, West Virginia.
Justin Coble has joined the ownership group of the West Virginia Badgers as co-owner and Director of Football Operations, the team recently announced.
"We will have family-friendly pricing with general admission tickets only $10," said Coble in a statement. "We want all families to come out and enjoy themselves; so we worked hard to make sure our prices were below market prices for other cities.”
Coble sold his stake in the Stampede last August to Saints wide receiver Marques Colston of Susquehanna Township.
The Badgers will play their home games at the Ranson Civic Center, located near Charles Town, West Virginia.
The Badgers also announced they have reached contact agreements with linebacker Mike Bibbs, a member of the Chambersburg Cardinals, and defensive back Ron Frazier, a Shepherd alum who attended the Washington Redskins' minicamp in 2005.
Bibbs had originally planned on playing this season for the Stampede.