Billings drops Wild by 40 in season's worst loss

April 17, 2010 

The defending Indoor Football League champion Billings Outlaws manhandled the Alaska Wild 65-25 Saturday night in Billings, Mont.

It was the worst defeat of the season for the Wild, who slipped to 2-5. Their first four losses came by a combined eight points, but this time they suffered a beating.

Although the Wild jumped to a 6-0 lead on Kirk Hannah's one-yard dash, penalties and miscues hindered them all night.

Billings led 29-13 at the half and then produced a 36-point second half to take complete command.

Kendrick Perry rushed for a pair of touchdowns for Alaska.

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