It was a victorious season opener for the Houston Stallions over West Texas on Saturday, April 7 inside the Merrell Center.

The Stallions, who are members of the Lone Star Football League (LSFL), showed their toughness en route to that 67-23 victory.

"This is very exciting [arena] football," Joseph Cyr, a Stallions season ticket holder, said. "You don't see no low scores; you always see a touchdown."

"I just try to put points on the board. I try not to keep up with it [all the scoring]," Robert Kent, who played quarterback at Jackson State and takes the snaps as the Stallions starter, said. "You know, the scoring takes care of itself."

"They had an undefeated season last year, and they had a bad game in the first round of the playoffs and they lost," Cyr, who traveled to Lake Charles, La., in 2011 to support the Stallions, said.

"Coach Dock [Gerald Dockery] deserves a lot of the credit because he's out there with these guys everyday," Aaron Glenn, a former Houston Texans defensive back and Stallions general manager, said.

"It's a joy as the GM to get my first win. I'm excited."

"Next time we have a home game on May 6 [against the Abilene Ruff Riders], come on out and see the Houston Stallions because it's gonna be an explosion," said Kent smiling.

Hey, if the Stallions keeping playing like they did, they could be the talk of Houston.