The Wichita Wild may be the lowest scoring team in indoor football history. The team's highest point output was 38, which they produced two weeks in a row. The two lone wins came on the road at RiverCity (22-15) and Colorado (35-31). The team averaged 23.0 points per game, while giving up 45. The Wild scored 117 second quarter points, the only quarter in which they scored more than 90.