The Ogden Knights were a 2009 expansion team in the West division. Many would probably agree that the team was established solely as an opponent for Wyoming to squash, like many other West teams. The new Knights lost their first six games before winning four of their last eight. All four wins came against New Mexico and perhaps the team's highlight was actually a 60-59 overtime loss at Utah Valley, the only team to effectively challenge the Wyoming Cavalry in 2009. The team appeared to be primarily driven by their running game, as three quarterbacks combined to pass for 38 touchdowns, while the team rushed for 614 yards and 31 touchdowns. Caleb Kastman quarterbacked the team in seven games, rushing for ten scores and throwing for 23 more. Adrian Conway caught 15 scores for the Knights. Opponents only threw four total interceptions against the Knights defense. The four wins against the Wildcats kept the Knights second to last in the West division. The team returned in 2010, but was ousted from its home arena after three games due to financial struggles. The team became a road only squad, losing all seven games on the year. The Knights gave up an average of 69 points per game. Jeremy Glover was the leading quarterback, throwing for nine scores and five picks in four games. L.J. Walker caught three touchdowns, the only Knight other than Chris Chandler to snag more than one score. The team got close to a second week win, losing 37-29 to San Jose. The worst loss was a 94-0 blowout for the road squad in Wenatchee Valley.